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Chris Matthews Must Like Being Called A ‘Dunce’

Host of “Hardball” on MSNBC Chris Matthews, really must like being called a Dunce, because he just cannot keep out of our Daily Dunce spot.

Following another moron — Rep. Charlie Rangel — who, recently called the Tea Party “confederates,” Chris Matthews asked, “does the tea party still count blacks as three-fifths?”

The saddest part about all of this, is that no statement over the past few weeks during the government shutdown and debate over the debt ceiling increase, was made regarding race. Except, of course, when Democrats couldn’t defend the substance of their argument or position.

Whether you agree with the Tea Party or the Democrats, any reasonable person must recognize that consistent opposition to any proposal put forth to address seriously concerning issues with ObamaCare, the outstanding amount of debt, etc., is deeply disturbing. But even more so, is the incessant throwbacks to racism, victimhood, and politics of division, because you cannot support your position.

Chris Matthews represents the worst of the worst in American political discourse. He is a paid instigator, who is tasked with keeping Americans divided and distracted long enough to prevent any gainful reduction of ignorance within the Democratic coalition.

Well, Chris Matthews, this cannot last forever, whether you are smart enough to see that or not. I can guarantee one aspect to your future that you can count on. People — black and white — will remember your role in causing the coming crisis that is soon to cause them severe pain and reduction in the quality of their lives.

You won’t have such a tingle running up your leg when that day comes, so you better hope that day comes later, rather than sooner.

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Rich, the People's Pundit, is the Data Journalism Editor at PPD and Director of the PPD Election Projection Model. He is also the Director of Big Data Poll, and author of "Our Virtuous Republic: The Forgotten Clause in the American Social Contract."

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