Obama goes on Faux Noise..

Lawrence O’Donnell opens Countdown talking to Chris Hayes about it. The interviewer was a interrupting fool..which is putting it mildly.

Video when the Countdown piece becomes available. My ramblings will also be included at that time.

To watch Faux’s own video of the interview…go here.

It’s up!


Personally, I think badgering someone who is trying to answer a question is really friggin bad form. Everyone should refrain from cutting in on someone’s response..regardless of which side of that fucking aisle they sit on.

I think The Big O did an decent job, but I wonder what his blood pressure was when he left the room. The man has some big brass ones….once in awhile anyway.  I have to have a drink or two before I actually watch the entire interview on Faux’s website.


About Dusty, hells most vocal bitch

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Posted on March 17, 2010, in Faux Noise, Fox News, Obama. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. For me it would suck even to know the Fox Noise staffer woule be in the press room in the White House much less talk with the bastards.
    Carolina Parrothead

  2. This fight was as fake as the WWE.

  3. Pres. Obama is just too many controversies to tackle. One of this is health care, I just about broke right into a snore when the Tea Party faction, now calling themselves “Tea Party Patriots” (what a joke) called for Code Red over the health care bill – which sends them into a conniption fit, however it doesn't appear to bother them that numerous medical procedures send people running for low interest loans from a pay day loans lender, or into bankruptcy. To us realistic adults, we though this anti-communism thing was settled, but apparently there are a bunch of hicks that haven't got the memo yet. Some Tea Party platforms bear merit, but there is yet to emerge a Tea Party person, besides Ron Paul, that does not strain credulity as another fascist corporate stooge.

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