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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Wednesday, November 24, 2004
Fighting for the little guy: The next time you hear MSNBC host Chris Matthews talk about his concern for the poor and how evil Republicans are always sticking it to the little guy, remember this:


What with Natalie Jacobson, Pat O'Brien, Bob Arnott, Tim Russert, and The New York Times's COO Janet Robinson already on the island, Nantucket's become quite the in spot for media types. The newest members of the club are Chris Matthews and his TV anchor wife, Kathleen, who just bought a place for $4.35 million.


I would like to congratulate Chris and Kathleen on their new home, but it seems a bit extravagant when they could be spending all that money on higher taxes.

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