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Haardball "Let Me Finish"

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    This is intended as constructive criticism.  Chris Matthews need to let his guests "finish."
    He so often interrupts, talks over them, or changes the subject they are discussing in mid=senence.
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    Yeah, I'm not a fan of Matthews. Guy annoys me for that very reason. I don't even watch his show anymore. Matthews, Olbermann, O'Reilly, and Grace are people who just treat their guests like crap if they are on the other side of the argument.
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    I agree with Wandam.  Chris doesn't give anybody a chance to state their opinions completely or their views/contributions on the topic.  He just wants to hear his own voice and keeps interrupting.  His voice isn't that great either and he needs to slow down a bit.  We all know you're smart Chris but sometimes you need to shut up and let the other person speak, otherwise you may as well not have any guests.  Thank you listening.  I hope you check these comments out.
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    The exact reason why I stopped watching Mathews. He has informed guests like Howard Fineman but he cuts everyone off and heaven help you if you have a viewpoint contradictory to his. Then he cuts you off and denegrates your opinion and ends with that dismissive, irritating laugh. He should be toast.
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    Account Deleted Wrote: The reason I do not watch MSNBC anymore is it is too one sided- and I am a liberal Democrat ! Fox puts both sides on so I prefer them.


    Not sure if serious..... or just trolling
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    Its really hard ball sometimes. I like it so much! I just don't know if somebody was talking recently about Romney owns a stake in the voting machines. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his son Tagg have a stake in the voting electronic devices supplied to many countries including the undecided, which include Ohio, where they can decide on the next chief of the White House. At this glaring conflict of interest highlighted server in Forbes.com article, which is based on a hypothetical situation that occurs dispute about the proper functioning of electronic devices Hart Intercivic most populous in Hamilton County, Ohio. He found that the fund HIG, possessing ten billion dollars, is in itself the eleventh largest contributor to the Republican candidate. On the contrary, the server Romney investments flow into the fund over Hart Intercivic HIG, which has a business relationship with the investment firm Romney's son Tagg. That's why Romney needs take better care for the richest but middle class can pay for their pleasure. Now I don't know maybe all the voting is for nothing, somebody better check up these machine just for a sure! We don't have to go trough the republicans BC again again and again.
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    Former members comment was just absurd. Fox is like watching a carnival side show. The show that I really like (and is pro-democrat) is The daily show with Jon Stewart on commedy central. He's really funny at makes many very valid points. I hope all or most members saw the (approx. Oct. 6) Rumble in the air conditioned auditorium. It was about 90 minutes with him debating Bill O'Reilly. I think Stewart was brilliant.
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    I couldn't agree more. Fox pundits are gleefully unaware of the truth. Nah....they know the truth, the just ignor it. I can't understand why so many people watch them when the truth becomes abundately clear that they have lied. I have even tried to watch them a couple of times, but it makes me too sick to stick around for long. I love MSNBC. I even love to watch Chris Matthews though he does have a habit of interrupting guests and rarely lets them finish a whole sentence. That is overstating it, but I do like to watch when he is on air. I wish there were inforcable penalties for telling lies to the public. It is a huge responsibility to tell the truth on the news. If not for MSNBC we would not get it. Thank you for that.