MSNBC Tough Guy Lawrence O’Donnell Attacks Ann Romney, Challenges Tagg Romney to Fight

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 at 7:40 am
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The fearless MSNBC blowhard spends a good portion of his time attacking Ann Romney, calling the Romney men chickenhawks and babbling on incoherently as he flexes his beer muscles in a demonstration of outlandish stupidity. Way to show your manhood, Larry, by berating a woman.

Then he goes off and dares Tagg Romney to take his best shot. Of course that would probably result in a manslaughter charge for Tagg, so I doubt he’ll be taking the bait. Tagg cracked a joke about taking a swipe at Obama the other day, and clearly this tool doesn’t do humor.

“Take a swing at me, and don’t worry, there won’t be any Secret Service involved. Just us. And I’ll make it easy for you. I’ll come to you anytime, anywhere. Go ahead Taggert, take your best shot,” O’Donnell said during a tense segment on his program tonight.

If you’re like most Americans this is probably the first time you’re seeing this idiot, since nobody watches his dopey show.

Via John E.

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17 Responses to “MSNBC Tough Guy Lawrence O’Donnell Attacks Ann Romney, Challenges Tagg Romney to Fight”

  1. Ragspierre on 19/19/12 at 9:16 am

    Wow. What an assclown.

    And he’s either stupid, or a liar (or a stupid liar). Several of his “facts” about the draft and deferments were just wrong.

  2. bindergate on 19/19/12 at 10:03 am

    Comrade Tagg will get a visit from the secret service, as soon as they wrap it up at the brothel.

  3. Howard Bowman, MD on 19/19/12 at 12:42 pm

    Sorry, Larry — but taking a swing at you would be tantamount to tripping the contestants at a Special Olympics race….. you’re simply not important enough (at all) for anyone to want to take a swing at.

  4. rich b on 19/19/12 at 1:46 pm

    Okay Lawrence – lace up your pink panties and bring it on. My bet is he’ll need a fresh pair of Depends should Tagg actually take him up on the offer. This guy O’Donnell is about as scary as a turnip.

  5. JohnInMA on 19/19/12 at 4:41 pm

    There must be some proud executives and name-brand news people (like Brian Williams) over at NBC. I read that MSNBC ratings have been climbing during the election season, and especially now that debates have started. Surely they think there is a better way to attract a crowd than for one of their top attractions (for MSNBC….) to be making barroom threats on air. Good grief.

  6. Karien Trelete on 19/19/12 at 11:59 pm

    My husband just retired from the AF, I met more Mormons in the military than anywhere in my entire live. Many are good friends, good people and patriots. This whole Whoopi thing is a travesty that the network allowed her to spout such drivel.

  7. Doc on 20/20/12 at 1:39 pm

    MSMBC is tied with this clown as to who is more stupid…actually how would I know, I don’t watch either…nevermind.

  8. mark l. on 20/20/12 at 11:50 pm

    this is what a long history of cocaine use will do to your mind…

    maybe he got into maddow’s testosterone stash.

    voted most likely to shiv or be shivved as the msnbc journalistic prison camp.

    I can see why the tea party is so alien to him. ‘non-violent’ protests.

    after seeing this, there is zero chance that he does not have an assualt record.

    worth noting that wiki has his occupation listed as “shill”.

    proud socialist. ready to impose his beliefs upon people through violence. just the guy msnbc needs.

  9. mark l. on 21/21/12 at 1:33 am

    upon further review…

    I saw this schtick on WOR with morton downey jr in the late 80’s.

    must say, it works even less with a liberal.

  10. JohnInMA on 24/24/12 at 10:18 am

    I always get depressed when adults act childish to get attention /viewers/ratings and then other adults oblige them. In looking at cable news you must always isolate FNC. So, MSNBC is doing well during the ‘crazy’ season with O’Donnell and Matthews behaving badly. Their viewership is up substantially when compared to CNN. O’Donnell is in a battle for the #2 spot on the network. The execs may even think they are preventing viewers from tuning into Current to whatever degree.

    So, for MSNBC this may be a resounding success. Imagine that.