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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