MSNBC’s After-infomercial for Barack

Barack was “FABULOUS!” ~~Chris Matthews

Candidate Barack Obama spent multi-million dollars (that could have gone to the poor such as ‘Auntie Zeituni’) for a television prime-time infomercial, where Obama essentially went above the heads of the media, as he could not tolerate any probing questions, just in case the media would have any. What did the mainstream media think of being cut off from their traditional role in serving the American voters? Well, the corrupt MSNBC network not only ran the entire thirty minute Obama infomercial non-stop, but celebrated Obama’s wiliness in excluding the press, by giving Obama a free After-Infomercial led by two of their most celebrated television anchors. Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews spent another thirty minutes slavering over themselves whilst beatifying “The One.”  Essentially they told their viewers that they MUST vote for Barack Obama because he is a black man in America as he was seen in a staged “Oval Office setting, showing that he’s comfortable and we should be comfortable and will be with him in such a setting.”

I thought it was Hollywood. It was romance. It was realism. The technical quality of it, the production values were perfect, the way they timed going to live, the biographical material. But most important, the connection with the average person in the economic turmoil we face right now I thought was fabulous. Of course, there we see the setting, which is very much like an Oval Office setting, showing that he’s comfortable and we should be comfortable and will be with him in such a setting. I thought everything was just right.  

I thought, the most important part of it, I thought, was the biographical, showing him talking about his mom and talking about him taking a chance in history and not wanting to miss it having seen his mother die at a young age. It was very human and I think you’d have to be a tough customer not to be touched by it.”  –Chris “Thrill Up His Leg” Matthews in his “Beatification of Barack”

Obama TV: Dear Leader’s infomercial

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