A friend of mine on Facebook shared a link of Chris Matthews, the popular MSNBC host of "Hardball with Chris Matthews" trashing President Obama on Immigration reform. Let's get something straight, Matthews is normally an Obama apologist. I say that as an Obama fan, mind you. I mean, to see Chris Matthews do a 180 degree on Obama was somewhat of a shocker for most people, especially when he still has the brown ring around his nose from being so far up Obama's ass. Didn't surprise me one bit considering the issue that Matthews was referring to in his temporary moment of social insanity in which he declares Immigrants whiners who have no rights and should not be taken into consideration. It's the employer argues Matthews, I agree, it is the employer that's the issue here. But every employer sanction law I've seen is weak and toothless and difficult to prosecute. The bleeding heart liberal Obama supporter has just shown his true colors when it comes to Immigration. Mathews rants about Obama doing Immigration his way! Matthews looks genuinely perturbed! I can just imagine what he was thinking as he spewed out a milder version of what I'm sure he was thinking. We heard what he said, and you can observe it here for yourself, but what Matthews was really thinking was, "Obama is about to allow millions of illegals to integrate themselves into the American system destroying the way of life as I know it."
Matthews is from the old school. Minorities knew their place, and if you granted rights to minorities, it would be first blacks, then women and then gays. Mexicans and the lot do not rate as individuals with rights, human or otherwise according to Matthews. In Matthews White Catholic affluent life, undocumented Immigrants are the "help," and Matthews just can't see them any other way.
By the way, the reason I was not at all surprised at Matthews' rant on Immigration is because I knew good and well that he thinks like his buddy Pat Buchanan, who on Matthews' show in 2007 invoked Operation Wetback as a viable solution to remove all the "illegals." Matthews stood by with an approving smirk as Buchanan invoked a painful time in history in which Mexicans were not only denigrated, but many Americans of Mexican descent were removed illegally from the United States.
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