Chris Matthews and Chuck Todd tag-teamed against Alaskan Republican Senate nominee Joe Miller, on Thursday's Hardball, as Todd claimed Miller was "running a terrible campaign" and warned that "it may be popular among conservatives to bash the media" but Miller is "turning off" voters when he does it. For his part Matthews called Miller "unlikable" going as far to compare him to the negative depiction of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in the movie "The Social Network" as Matthews pined: "He seems about as likable as that guy...Joe Miller seems like that guy." Of the Tea Party conservative Matthews also added: "He seems like a misanthrope," and predicted: "I don't think people are gonna like this guy." (video included)

The following exchange was aired on the October 14 edition of Hardball:

CHRIS MATTHEWS: Go to Alaska, you brought that up a minute ago.


MATTHEWS: Could a Democrat be elected Senator from Alaska against two Republicans?

Despite his aloofness, it might be time to become a fan of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

"World News" devoted three segments to the social networking company on July 21, the day it reached 500 million users. Reporter Bill Weir and anchor Diane Sawyer profiled Facebook and interviewed its CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Zuckerberg responded to Sawyer's questions about Facebook including whether or not Facebook is a "colossus that will mark the end of privacy" with a response that seemed allegorical to today's Tea Party and conservative movement.

"It's just the conversation. You don't-you're not designing the end result?" Sawyer asked.

"No, I mean, people make that up for themselves," Zuckerberg said. "Right, I mean that's, that's the power of democracy in these systems is that when you give everyone a voice and give people power, the system usually ends up in a really good place, so what we view our role as is giving people that power."