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  •  I saw that smarmy weasle (7+ / 0-)

    spewing his ignorant hate on MSNBC the other day.  

    Once again he questioned whether or not the President was "qualified" to be president as it has never been proven that he was born in America.  And to add insult to injury, he suggested that American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq were questioning their orders, "Coming from a man who may not be even qualified to be Commander and Chief'

    He opened up this insane monologue by saying that President Obama was a Communist who "should be stopped before he destroyed the country."

    Ordinarily, I think of Keyes as a fart in an elevator - a momentary unpleasantness that will pass.  But that last comment of his went too damned far for me.  

    Hello, may I speak to the Secret Service please?

    Our promises are made in proportion to our hopes, but kept in proportion to our fears.-LaRouchefoucauld

    by luvsathoroughbred on Wed Feb 25, 2009 at 01:39:47 PM PST

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    •  who let Keyes spew like that? (1+ / 0-)
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      I hope at least that Keyes was asked to explain his position and not allowed to spin out of control on one of his "communist" rants.

      -7.88/-4.41 "The blood sucking aristocracy stood aghast; terror stricken, they thought the day of retribution had come." - John Ferral, union leader

      by Interceptor7 on Wed Feb 25, 2009 at 01:59:14 PM PST

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      •  I didn't see who the interviewer (2+ / 0-)
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        was - it was an on-the-fly kind of thing.  Keyes was coming out of a meeting of the Ignorant Tight-Assed Society, or something.  

        I'm technologically inhibited (i.e., I'm at work and Big Brother Is Watching) so I can't find the video for you.  But I think there were a few diaries about it maybe 3-4 days ago.

        Our promises are made in proportion to our hopes, but kept in proportion to our fears.-LaRouchefoucauld

        by luvsathoroughbred on Wed Feb 25, 2009 at 02:05:39 PM PST

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