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An unexpected prediction, and an even more surprising admission from Chris Matthews this morning . . .

Appearing on Morning Joe, the Hardball host predicted that Sarah Palin would seek the Republican presidential nomination, and painted a path to victory for her.  In a moment of candor, Matthews admitted that "the media will try to destroy her, of course." […]
Matthews saw a scenario in which evangelicals would sweep Sarah to victory in the Iowa GOP primary. She would lose New Hampshire, but put in a respectable-enough showing to move on to South Carolina, where her game-changing endorsement of Nikki Haley would pay dividends.  The fight would then move to Michigan, where Matthews says Palin "beats the hell" out of Mitt Romney, whom he curiously described as "not a politician." […]
CHRIS MATTHEWS: [Palin] maybe gets an early knockout.  That's how I see her winning. An early knockout's the way she can win. The media will try to destroy her of course, but if she goes early, wins early, I think she can win it before anyone can stop her.

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1 Response to "(Video) MSNBC Matthews: 'Media Will Try To Destroy Palin...Win GOP Nod...Beats The Hell Out Of Romney"

  1. John Said,

    Sarah Palin makes these nancy boys like Comrade Chris and Comrade Keith uneasy because they know that in every way, by any standard of comparison, she is an infinitely better person than they can ever be: more guts, more real talent, a better athlete, a doer and not a talker. She really is, despite her feminine charm and undeniable beauty, a better "man" than any of the liberal wimps (from either party), and that is why they fear her.

    Posted on July 7, 2010 at 6:12 PM


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