Last night, while covering the Democratic Presidential primaries in South Dakota and Montana, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews takes a little detour down the road of tasteless smear to help Barack Obama.

Matthews suggests a tour of Minneapolis for Republican National Convention delegates

The opportunity of Republican conventioneers to arrive at the airport out there and immediately go to the Larry Craig memorial bathroom, … then go to the bridge that fell down in St. Paul. There’s a lot to celebrate for the Republican conventioneers.

You will recall that Matthews is fond of Barack Obama. Obama caused a "thrill going up my leg", is comparable to Mark Twain, and is "worthy of Abraham Lincoln."

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