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The Winds of Change are Blowing from Ed Schultz’ Mouth

Forget Antle v. Tabin.

The most entertaining war powers debate is currently between Ed Schultz and himself–even if it is probably only a proxy war for the one the Ghost of Candidate Past is currently waging upon President Obama. First, in what sounded like his go-to paraphrasing of every George W. Bush speech a few short years ago, Schultz demanded proof of whether “unpatriotic” Republicans were “with the terrorists” or “with the President of the United States” on “kicking [Gaddafi’s] ass.” Now comes video of Schultz attempting to shout down an anti-Libyan war Nation reporter with nonsensical accusations of “Bush-talk” and a totally hysterical insistence that the reporter pledge allegiance to Obama before the debate can continue. Not exactly the tune Schultz used to sing, but what can you expect from a partisan sycophant who believes if he “trusts” the guy running the executive branch, everyone else should learn to shut up and do so, regardless of circumstance or context, as well.

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