|I have seen that look before. He is completely smitten by her!|
There was an interview between Chris Matthews and Hillary Clinton after the Iowa Caucuses on the following day. It was the most lopsided interview I have seen in some time. I thought I was going to see Matthews blow her kisses. Let me paraphrase the interview for you.
Matthews: Hillary you are great! Not like that looney tune, Bernie Sanders.
Hillary: Yes, I know. And you are right, there is a lunatic running for the nomination against me but I won't name names.
Matthews: How does that guy think he is going to win? He isn't as great as you. He doesn't smell as good as you do, either.
Hillary: I don't know why anyone would listen to him. Everyone knows that the status quo is what is needed.
Matthews: Of course the status quo is what's needed! He is talking about a revolution. FDR who gave us Social Security and JFK who put Americans on the moon would turn over in their graves if they knew someone would try to be as bold under the Democrat banner as that nutjob. (Note: I am not even embellishing this line much at all)
Hillary: Agreed. Bold ideas will never work. He won't get anything passed by Congress. The Republicans will block everything. It is such a good thing that the Republicans love me so much. I can work with those guys. They have always been willing to listen to me and treat me fairly.
Matthews: You know he isn't really a Democrat. He is a socialist. A SOCIALIST, I tell you!
Hillary: I know, right? Just because he caucused with the Democrats in the Senate, supported every Democratic policy for all the years he has served, and publicly praised Barack Obama's policies including ObamaCare and closing the gun show loophole, he thinks that is enough to be able to give Democratic voters a choice to support him! Just sickening!
Matthews: Well, best of luck, Madam President! You are a lock!
Hillary: Thank you, Chris. The check is in the mail, er uh . . . I mean . . . uh just thanks!
This interview was put on the air during the day time when MSNBC is trying to establish their straight news brand, in contrast to the Democratic leaning night time fare. I guess Bernie has another name to put on the establishment list: MSNBC. With all the sentiment in the country hating how the system is rigged against people who aren't in the establishment, this interview did nothing but provide a boost to Bernie Sander's campaign as well as to the ratings of CNN - well that is what it did for me, anyway.