Thursday, January 06, 2005

 

The lovely Matthew Hill

This blog serves to uncover the truth about Matthew Hill. This deceptor of the 7th District of Tennessee is pulling the wool over the eyes of the very few people who did vote in Washington County. I intend to make the truth known.

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The Posing Mr. Special Ed Goes to Nashville"Good Morning Tri-Cities". Too dad-gum funny.

I count myself as one among the 2,100 or so actual listeners to Rep. Matthew Hill's rather weak-minded "Good Morning Tri-Cites" radio show, listening off and on for several years now to young Mr. Hill "socially conservative" rants. Hill {like his other factually challenged talk radio show hosts at WPWT 870AM) would like you to actually believe that the entire Tri-Cites Metropolitian Statisical Area population of approximately 450,000 people will even bother listening to this "Tower of Truth" tripe churned out by the Praise the Hill Club. I must agree with other bloggers here that it is very unlikely that the newly sworn Tennessee State Representative Matthew Hill (R-H7) will be bringing any original or novel legislation benefitting the public good before the Tennessee General Assembly (TGA).

Much like Hill's favorite popular secular recording artist "Weird Al Yankovic" in a political sense, Rep.Hill fails to possess any extraordinary talent or demonstrated skill of his own design and device. Nor is Hill able to choreograph his own careful steps that will be needed to sheppard his own pin-headed legislation through the TGA.

Hill's parotting political "genius" --- and do I use this term loosely --- is nearly identical to the sub-marginal and posing tactic utilized by Weird Al within the context of "his" music videos and recordings: just forget any pretenses of attempting to exercise any talent or ability, sell'em the novelty!

The earliest example of this is the bellowing (and now, according to Rep. Hill's on-air brother "trademarked"), on-air "Gooooo-ood Moooooring, Tri-Citiiies..." sign-on with Rep. Hill formely launched his morning radio assault on Northeast Tennessee and surrounding areas. Apparently, young Matthew didn't catch onto the fact that many members of his morning radio audience had watched comedian Robin Williams (playing a trully funny enlisted U.S. Armed Forces radio broadcaster A2C Adrian Cronauer using "Gooooo-ood Moooooring Viet-Naaaam" to kick off his radio program being broadcasted over the "Republic Of " --- or that we knew that Matthew's radio daddy, Dr. Kenneth C. Hill, had also "borrowed" that comedy lick unattributed from Robin Williams.

Seesh, I was even more impressed when "home-fooled" At one point during his "Good Morning Tri-Cites" squat, Rep.Matthew started questioning and harassing his "public schooled" talk-show callers by parotting like a pill-popping Rush Limbaugh with his dull-toned and patronizing taunt: "Let me explain [this issue] so that even a public school student could understand it..."

Hill simply couldn't hack it in the public schools, so he championed home schooling on his radio show to the extreme extent that he would insult his callers who were public school graduates. However, Matthew had to drop this line of attack on his callers after he let it slip during his "Good Morning Tri-Cities" radio show that he was formerly a "...special ed math student" within the public school system.

I wonder what will happen when Rep. Hill finds out that he can't hack it as a member of the Tennessee General Assembly? To borrow another tag line from the motion picture "Good Morning Viet Nam":

The wrong man. In the wrong place. At the right time.Too damn funny...in 2004, a majority of Washington County voters looking toward sending a 7th District house member in Nashville in order to both help balance the Tennessee state budget and to make thoughful contributions toward addressing the collection of Tennessee tax revenues have instead elected to send the posing "Mr. Special Ed" to Nashville.
 
This stuff is just too good. I unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) have not lived here more than 2 years yet, so I have missed Hilly boy's radio garbage. However, I have not missed how insane he is and what a farce it is that he was elected. It often seems that people pick on others just to overcompensate for their own weaknesses. His attack on public school students is a perfect example.
 
Hey this is my first Hilly Boy (or other blog) post, so how do I go about contacting the head honcho? And where are the blog tagging geuidelines? I am just guessing on these tags...


I would also like to correct and repost my Mr. Special Ed Goes To Nashville thingee with all the correct spacing tags, minor editing, etc. without having to endure a bunch a freakin' spamming stuff...
 
I have changed the blog to allow for emailing me. It is under the view profile section at the top. I do not have a lot of personal data because I expect to be flamed and or attached the congregation of the narrow minded. Of course if anyone wants to email me personally I will respond.

I am not sure about the tags and other things. I don't know a ton myself. However, if you sing up with Blogger they may be able to help answer questions. It's free too.
 
In the above comment "attached the" should have been "attacked by the." Oops.
 
Sad...this blogger form does not support my web browser...
 
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