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Comment count is 17
Severian - 2009-03-04

Wow sad.

zatojones - 2009-03-04

your talking points are of no use here, coward!

Meerkat - 2009-03-04

Sending other peoples' kids to die in an unnecessary war takes courage. But not as much courage as criticizing a drug-addled sex tourist with a radio show.

halon - 2009-03-04

Good run, brah. I wish I knew you existed before, since you won't be getting any interviews like this any more :(

fermun - 2009-03-05

When you're doing an interview with MSNBC, you know you are going to be interviewed by a liberal. I expect that Republicans know this, and that is why this guy stuck solely to talking points.

GravidWithHate - 2009-03-04

You FOOL! To deny the word of Rush is to invoke his wrath! And his wrath is swift and terrible! No! No you will not bait me servant of the trickster devil MSNBC! Away companion of Olbermann! Away whore of Maddow! My faith in Rush is pure! My commitment to the word of Rush unwavering! AWAY!

longwinded - 2009-03-04

dance on my strings, puppet, dance...

simon666 - 2009-03-04

The laugh at the end really drives the point home.

Michael Houser - 2009-03-05

You should know intuitively that your political party is a dirty sham when you can't go against the word of a fat pill-popping radio-show pundit. Jesus fucking Christ.

Tuan Jim - 2009-03-05

Five for the laughter at the end.

sosage - 2009-03-05

Which douche was I supposed to not like now? They're both squirting liberal amounts of vag cleanser all over each other.

KnowFuture - 2009-03-05

Obama got elected AND the Republicans are steadily getting crazier and more irrelevant! It's like Christmas every day.

Urburos - 2009-03-05

Being a politician means you're not allowed to make declarative statements if it involves someone on your team.

Jeff Fries - 2009-03-05

Hey guy stop being a politician for a minute and suck my big fat journalist balls

Bort - 2009-03-05

If this guy had even a passing interest in fixing the economy (as opposed to promoting an ideology), it wouldn't be so hard to say, "I think Obama's going to make things worse and I will continue to vote against him, but I would be happy to be proven wrong".

Hooper_X - 2009-03-05

Ooo. I like how he tries to misdirect his frustration from the President to Nancy Pelosi. I also like how the anchor steers him right back to the Limbaugh thing.

This whole Limbaugh angle is the best thing the White House could have hoped for right now as far as discrediting the Republican party. Elected officials are so scared of pissing off some talk show host that they won't call him on his bullshit.

pastorofmuppets - 2009-03-10

The guy knows that if he says the words "Rush" and "wrong" there's gonna be a week of outlandish stories about how the two are engaged in some sort of war, and Rush being the jackass that he is will jump all over it, leading to a second week, then press calling all day asking for rebuttals,

Still, Barrasso should have had to stones to say it.

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