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Chris Matthews went after Zell Miller tonight. Miller was so furious about the 'unfriendly' questioning that he apparently challenged Matthews to fight a duel. I heard his speech and he was out of control, screaming and spitting about what terrible people the Democrats are. He came within an inch of saying they do blood sacrifices and eat babies for breakfast. I didn't see the incident with Matthews but the reports were all over the radio right after it happened. I can't wait to see the video.

THANK YOU! I missed that but I did hear Matthews crowing about somebody threatening to kill him. He acted as if he had broken Watergate. I may be wrong about Matthews, but I doubt it. If he got Miller to meltdown, it's because Miller is unhinged not because Matthews is asking the right questions. But I'll try to see the video of it before I say anything else. We agree that the MSNBC coverage didn't resemble journalism though, right?

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