Jason Mattera Is Very Concerned About Breastfeeding and Jungle Gyms and Low Comment Totals

The “Senator Smalley” jab directed at Al Franken was a nice touch. Civil discourse!

I’m a little confused as to how this new “act like a fucking dick in random hallways” strategy is supposed to revitalize the conservative movement, but folks like Andy Breitbart, Jesse Watters and Mattera are exceptionally skilled at their craft. I mean, they really seem like fucking dicks, don’t they? Job well done.

p.s. Mattera seems a little surprised that his super provocative Franken stalking didn’t elicit one comment in the eight days it’s been up on YouTube:

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Help the lil’ ankle biter out if you have a minute or two.

MORE: Here’s his latest video with Tom Harkin. “Geniuses like you.” *cough* dick *cough*  Simon & Schuster should be very, very proud.

Posted by Kevin K. on 03/29/10 at 08:04 AM • Permalink

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Don’t forget to buy his book.

What annoying antics. Hey, I’ll bet there’s a robust blog he’d fit right into.

Unfortunately, with the success of little twits like James “Watch me splice together a fake story” Comey, we’ll be seeing more of this.

Christ, what an asshole. Of course he’s going to construct false dichotomies and talk over Franken. He’d get his ass handed to him in an actual debate.

Thanks for posting this—I’d been wondering where I could buy La Leche League bras and now there’s a Google ad!

I get the impression that Mattera, O’Keefe, and their ilk are simply auditioning for a gig with Fox News.

The best thing to do is to just go over to the video and leave a “test” comment

Chris Matthews: “Would you like to enlist in this war?”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjQuJDjZar8

Comment by Scutch on 03/29/10 at 10:40 AM

Scutch, thanks for that. I need to be reminded every once in a while that Tweety isn’t a complete waste of flesh.

F***ing dick is right.  Let me see now.  What DO jungle gyms in school playgrounds and promotion of breast feeding babies have to do with health care reform.  Oh, I know! *waves hand in air*  Healthier babies and kids!!!  Fewer sick kids means fewer doctor bills!! Mystery solved!

Thanks for that, Scutch.  I would have even more respect for Senator Franken if he called the dude a chickenhawk to his face.

An oldie but a goodie, Mattera, AKA Mos Daft, trying to bring in the youth vote with a not at all contrived sounding hip hop demeanor.

Notwithstanding Jason’s manifold deficiencies as a journalist and a life-form, you have to admit that his opening title bumper probably gives Dan Riehl a righteous chub.

This is too funny:

  Feb. 15, 2004 | BRISTOL, R.I. (AP)—A student group at Roger Williams University is offering a new scholarship for which only white students are eligible, a move they say is designed to protest affirmative action.

  The application for the $50 award requires an essay on “why you are proud of your white heritage” and a recent picture to “confirm whiteness.”


  “Evidence of bleaching will disqualify applicants,” says the application, issued by the university’s College Republicans.

  Jason Mattera, 20, who is president of the College Republicans, said the group is parodying minority scholarships.


  “White kids are at a handicap,” Mattera told The Providence Journal. “Handing out scholarships based on someone’s color is absurd.”

  The stunt has angered some at the university, but the administration is staying of the fray. The school’s provost said it is a student group’s initiative and is not endorsed by Roger Williams.

  Mattera, who is of Puerto Rican descent, is himself is a recipient of a $5,000 scholarship open only to a minority group.


http://www.eschatonblog.com/2004/02/those-wacky-college -republicans.html

Comment by Scutch on 03/29/10 at 03:15 PM

Has anyone done any factchecking to see if that stuff is really in the bill?

Sigh.  Yes and yes.  It’s under Title IV of the Act which also includes provisions for spending about $200 M on school based health clinics starting this year.  Pretty scandalous all in all!  I’m surprised Mattera wasn’t also screeching about the fact that certain restaurants will have to post nutritional content of food they serve.  I’ve heard that IT WILL DOUBLE THE COST OF MY LUNCHES over that one.  (Possible solution:  brown bag it.)

And what’s the Republican objection to guaranteeing employees time to express milk?  Doesn’t it fit in with the “pro-life” support of babies?

The Republican objection is that it’s squishy socialism. Plus breast-pumping may lead to auto-erotic areolar manipulation.

What a little fucknut…


Good grief..

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