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MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell *had* 32 teeth.

From Moe Lane:

“Lawrence, we can end this interview right now if you don’t want me to finish my point.”

I know this, because I just watched him crawl on the floor trying to retrieve them after he tried to push around former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.

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This one’s going around. Newsbusters, @adambaldwin, the Daily Caller – take your pick. Particularly enjoyable was the part where she called O’Donnell a liar:

RICE: You have just made a false statement. You said that we couldn’t assemble a coalition. How many countries fought in the coalition in Iraq?

O’DONNELL: Actually fought and had casualties? Actually fought?

RICE: Yeah, how many.

O’DONNELL: Maybe half a dozen actually fought.

RICE: I see. So the Georgians who went there and the Japanese who went there and others –

O’DONNELL: Actually had soldiers firing weapons on the ground?

RICE: This was not part of the coalition. The people who — the British and the Australians and the Poles and all of those — the Canadians, all of those who were ultimately in Iraq, these were not part of the coalition?

O’DONNELL: Yes, they were.

RICE: Yeah. So your statement was just false.

Couple that with all the times where Rice backhanded O’Donnell for not letting her finish and the result is almost twelve minutes of entertaining awesome. Next time… send your A-Team, ye Lefties.

How to Behave During an Islamic Massacre

From Moonbattery:

Andrew Klavan explains how to behave with politically correct sensitivity following one of the Islamic massacres that occur literally every day somewhere in the world:

This advice isn’t needed by moonbats, who by definition have abandoned anything a rational adult would recognize as a moral principle, and who would never blame Muslims for anything.

Yuri Bezmenov Explains What’s Been Happening

From Moonbattery:

Former KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov would have known exactly what Barack Hussein Obama meant by “fundamentally transforming the United States of America“:

Shariamerica: Islam, Obama, and the Establishment Clause

From Acts17:

This video is 12 minutes long, please watch it all…it’s worth it.


Saracuda Lays It on the Line

From Moonbattery:

Tax Day was an opportunity for Sarah Palin to cut through the bipartisan murk to send a clear message not only to the corrupt looters constituting the Democrat party, but to gelatinous Republican accessories to their crimes against the future: we won’t stop fighting to save our country.

Brother, Can You Spare a Trillion?

From Moonbattery:

Here’s why a government that wished this country well would live within its means:

Just as the malefactors running the federal government live on borrowed money, we are living on borrowed time. Even if we immediately put them in prison where they belong, the total collapse of our economy and our way of life under the weight of this debt is probably inevitable. With every day we allow them to rule us it grows more certain.

Liberty Versus Tyranny

From Moonbattery:

Right versus left isn’t like rooting for one side or another in a ballgame. It is liberty versus tyranny; that is, good versus evil.

End of Liberty

From Moonbattery:

Whether or not our society is on the verge of total collapse, moonbattery is definitely making it crazy out there — as the video below documents at length. Via National Inflation Association:

I’m Just a Bill, Yes, I’m Only a Bill: The Constitutional Way to Make Laws

From The Heritage Foundation:

Under the Progressive notion of a “living” Constitution, almost every aspect of the Constitution has been subject to reinterpretation.  One section that would seem to defy a new interpretation, however, is Article I, Section 7, Clause 2 – or the “Presentment Clause” – which clearly outlines the process by which a bill becomes a law.

As Michael Rappaport explains in the latest Constitutional Guidance for Lawmakers essay, “The Presentment Clause ultimately drafted by the Convention was one of the most formal provisions in the Constitution. The Framers apparently feared that factions would attempt to depart from the constitutional method for passing laws and therefore they spelled out that method in one of the document’s longest provisions.”

Yet despite the careful detail the Founders took with this clause, lawmaking today often looks quite different.  Instead of exercising their constitutional responsibility, Congress regularly delegates their legislative powers to administrative agencies (see Constitutional Guidance for Lawmakers No. 1 on Article I, Section 1: “Legislative Powers: Not Yours to Give Away”). Restoring the proper lawmaking process should be the first order of business for the 112th Congress.

Profiles in Countermoonbattery: R. Lee Ermey

From Moonbattery:

I wouldn’t want to be in the Manchurian Moonbat’s vacation flip-flops now. Retired Marine Corps drill instructor R. Lee Ermey is wise to his Cloward-Piven strategy of spending our economy into collapse so as to impose oligarchical collectivism — and he likes it about as much as he would enjoy seeing an effete, 90-lb. weenie like B. Hussein presented to him as a recruit. Here he lets loose at a USO/Toys for Tots benefit in Indianapolis:

“I got to tell you folks, we’re having a big problem this year. The economy really sucks. Now I hate to point fingers at anybody but the present administration probably had a lot to do with that. And the way I see it, they’re not going to quit doing it until they bring this country to its knees; so I think we should all rise up and we should stop this administration from what they’re doing because they’re destroying this country.

“They’re driving us into bankruptcy so they can impose socialism on us. That’s exactly what they’re doing, and I’m sick and damn tired of it and I know you are too.

“But I know the Marine Corps is going to be here forever. This administration won’t. Semper Fi. God bless you all.”

It takes more than the threat of a Tinseltown blacklisting to scare a Marine.

God Bless America

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