Chris Matthews Fixates on Race with Michael Steele

The liberal obsession with race seems boundless.

"I go to Republican conventions, I go to Democratic [conventions]. As a white guy, one thing I notice about the difference. One thing I notice about black people at different conventions. You go to Democratic convention, with Donna, black folk are hanging together, having a good time. They're smiling, they're enjoying themselves. They feel very much at home," MSNBC's Chris Matthews said.

"You got to a Republican convention, you get the feeling that 'you were all' told individually now 'don't bunch up,' 'don't get together,' 'don't crowd,' [because] 'you'll scare these people,'" he said.

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

I have a dream today.

Liberals won't let the dream come true, as the racial divide is the source of the Democrat's power. Here's some more of the Matthews racism, with some ageism thrown in for good stead.

Chris Matthews on the Jan. 17, 2011 "Jansing & Co." suggesting a racial component to older, more conservative voters disliking Obama.