It was a rough week for Tingles…
Unhinged crank Chris Matthews got into a heated exchange with GOP Delegates on Friday morning after the convention.
The Hill reported:

MSNBC host Chris Matthews got into a heated exchange with Republican delegates at a Tampa restaurant early Friday morning following the conclusion of the GOP national convention.

Matthews was booed and sworn at as he was leaving the Tinatapas restaurant, which is near the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Matthews turned back and confronted the taunting GOP officials. The Hill witnessed the exchange and interviewed Republican delegates after the confrontation.

Matthews told The Hill in a phone interview that after he left the restaurant, he heard a group of guys “heckling” and “hooting and hollering” at him.

He headed back into the restaurant to mix it up with them. “I wanted to confront them,” Matthews said, describing his exchange with the men as “towel-snapping” among guys.

Matthews said he told the rowdy group, “What’s this, a douchebag convention?”

The Republicans became angry and retorted back.

“I told him that’s next week,” said New York delegate Anthony Nunziato, referring to the Democratic convention in Charlotte, N.C., that will start on Tuesday.

Tingles is losing it.

UPDATE: Another fight broke out late on Thursday when two men started shouting “Tingles” at Chris Matthews while he was on air. An MSNBC producer started shoving the men.

 

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  1. well, Thufferin’ Thuccotash

  2. Chrissy is pretty pissy.

    Always calling everyone racist
    reducing humanity to its base-ist

    Only dogs can hear the whistle
    Good boy Chrissy

  3. Then the seventeen Manhattans Chrissie had consumed fully kicked in, and he fell face down on the floor, noisily soiling his trousers and clearing the restaurant.

    That’s how you win an argument.

  4. Mathews didn’t get to where he is by acting like this.

    Something has changed last 15 years. He’s unhinged.. like he cannot control himself.

    Its pretty obvious that he’s under the influence of something here. He’s drinking and doing coke or speed at the same time. He can’t even say ‘President’ for cryin’ out loud. He says ‘Prsnt’! and his unhinged nature shows he’s definitely on something.. or many things

  5. “I told him that’s next week,”

    Comeback of the year! And it couldn’t have happened to a nicer person.

  6. I’m pretty sure ‘towel snapping’ is code for ‘homosexual.’

  7. Chris Matthews Admits to Verbally Accosting GOP Delegates at Restaurant

    Just hours after a producer for deranged MSNBC host Chris Matthews was accused of physically assaulting Republicans outside the party’s national convention last night, Matthews himself has admitted to verbally confronting several GOP delegates at a restaurant in Tampa, Florida calling them a “douchebag convention.”

    According to The Hill newspaper, the perpetually angry liberal television host confronted the delegates early Friday morning following taunting questions they asked about whether he felt “thrilled” following GOP nominee Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech.
    Story Continues Below Ad ↓

    The controversy began, according to a witness interviewed by The Hill when Matthews twice refused to acknowledge a New York delegate named Eric Ulrich who had greeted him. This prompted other Republican patrons of the restaurant to begin heckling him for the perceived slight:

    He headed back into the restaurant to mix it up with them. “I wanted to confront them,” Matthews said, describing his exchange with the men as “towel-snapping” among guys.

    Matthews said he told the rowdy group, “What’s this, a douchebag convention?”

    The Republicans became angry and retorted back.

    “I told him that’s next week,” said New York delegate Anthony Nunziato, referring to the Democratic convention in Charlotte, N.C., that will start on Tuesday.

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/matthew-sheffield/2012/08/31/chris-matthews-accosts-gop-delegates-following-republican-convent#ixzz25Bcn6RiZ

  8. They should have asked him why he wasn’t dressed like a Vagina.

  9. sorry for posting #9

  10. #10, isn’t he always?

  11. OT

    Mitt Romney’s Rope-a-Dope with Reverend Al Sharpton

    This is unbelievable read: http://www.thedailyrash.com/mitt-romneys-rope-a-dope-with-al-sharpton

  12. “Tingles is losing it.”

    LOSING IT??? WHEN DID TINGLES EVER HAVE IT???

  13. I hear he is diabetic. He should not be drinking.

  14. OT

    Artist Jon McNaughton explains the interactive painting he has created with 60 symbols that detail the “Obamanation” of the Barack Obama Presidency. He urges everyone to head over to his website to view the painting and click on the interactive links embedded in the symbols within the painting.

    (h/t) Freedom’s Lighthouse

    Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/jon-mcnaughton/2012/08/31/anti-obama-artist-debuts-obamanation-interactive-painting#ixzz25Bpg4G9l

    http://www.mcnaughtonart.com/artwork/view_zoom/423

    This is wonderful.

  15. OT

    Everyday Phrases Can Offend, State Department Warns [then can someone tell this to Obama]

    Be careful what you say – at least, according to the U.S. State Department.

    Common phrases such as “hold down the fort” – even “handicap” – potentially can be offensive, wrote Chief Diversity Officer John Robinson in the latest issue of State Magazine.

    In a column, Robinson, the director of the Office of Civil Rights who advises Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on diversity issues, explained how some common phrases evolved from racially or culturally insensitive situations.

    “Choose your words thoughtfully,” he cautioned.

    For instance, “hold down the fort” potentially is an insulting reference to American Indians, Robinson wrote.

    “To ‘hold down the fort’ originally meant to watch and protect against the vicious Native American intruders,” he said. “In the territories of the West, Army soldiers or settlers saw the ‘fort’ as their refuge from their perceived ‘enemy,’ the stereotypical ‘savage’ Native American tribes.”

    Regarding “handicap,” Robinson explained that some disability advocates “believe this term is rooted in a correlation between a disabled individual and a beggar, who had to beg with a cap in his or her hand because of the inability to maintain employment.”

    Other phrases he cited were “going dutch” and “rule of thumb.”

    “Now that you know the possible historical context of the above phrases, perhaps you will understand why someone could be offended by their use,” Robinson concluded. “Let us agree that language will continue to evolve with continually improving consciousness and respect for others.”

    http://www.newsmax.com/US/diversity-phrases-state-department/2012/08/31/id/450555

    THEY CANNOT BE SERIOUS. I AM SICK OF MY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS TO SPEECH BEING TRAMPLED ON.

  16. The cheese done slipped off that boy’s cracker.



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