Fox Business Guest Explodes: Obama ‘Is Such A Total P***y, It’s Stunning’

8 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A Fox commentator just called Obama a vulgar name. And got suspended for it..

FOX suspended two commentators Monday for using vulgar language on live television, including a retired Army lieutenant colonel who blasted President Obama for being “a total p—y.” In a statement issued Monday afternoon, Fox said it had suspended retired Lt.

Fox News analyst Ralph Peters, a retired lieutenant colonel, is something of a human thesaurus for insults aimed at President Obama and his administration. “Inept,” “ineffective” and “cowardly” are among the adjectives he’s used recently.It was clear last night that the right wasn’t pleased with President Obama’s Oval Office address on terrorism, but a Fox News analyst took Republican satisfaction to a noteworthy level this morning. “Look, Mr.In an interview on Fox Business Network with Stuart Varney on Monday, an animated Peters proclaimed that Obama “keeps speaking about we can’t give into our fears. My personal favorite line was delivered in mid-November, when Peters described Secretary of State John Kerry as “about as fierce as a chocolate éclair.” There are so many delicious layers to that insult. Éclairs get eaten.

Excuse me.” Obama planned on attending the Kennedy Center Honors after making what is only his third oval office speech. (RELATED: Obama Calls Gun Control ‘A Matter Of National Security’) “He could care less. Ralph Peters and former actress Stacey Dash, both regular commentators on the conservative network, for using profanities on air. “Earlier today, FOX contributors Lt. He could care less,” Dash suggested. “And here we have 14 people dead, today is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, okay his speech should have had a lot more passion. Ralph Peters said on Fox Business’s “Varney & Co.” If Peters’ name sounds familiar, it may be because the Washington Times writer is known for celebrating Russia’s Vladimir Putin as the kind of leader Peters finds impressive. After the Republican pundit’s on-air tantrum this morning, some were taken aback by Peters’ crude, not-safe-for-work language, which even drew a brief rebuke from Fox host Stuart Varney.

I mean, this guy is such a total pussy, it’s stunning.” “OK Ralph, I can tell you are super angry, and I asked you what your reaction was, but I’ve got to call you, you cannot use language like that on the program,” Varney said. And to be sure, the criticism is fair – adults should be able to make substantive arguments on national television about national security without sounding like they’re in a junior-high locker room.

He uses a not to defeat ISIS but for political purposes for political cover,” Peters explained. “This is a president who doesn’t want to hurt our enemies. Shortly after the conservative’s outburst about the need for the president “to do something,” the Obama administration confirmed “the death of the Islamic State’s senior leader in Libya, known as Abu Nabil, who was targeted in a Nov. 13 U.S. air strike carried out by F-15 aircraft on a compound in the city of Derna.” These strikes come on the heels of U.S. forces taking out the al Qaeda operative “in charge of suicide bombings and operations involving explosives,” which followed U.S. forces also killing the top official in al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. Obama said it was clear the couple had gone down the “dark path of radicalization,” but said there is “no evidence that the killers were directed by a terrorist organization overseas.” “The threat from terrorism is real, but we will overcome it,” Obama said from a lectern in the Oval Office. “We will destroy ISIL and any other organization that tries to harm us.” I’m reminded again of this piece in The Atlantic from last fall, in which Jeffrey Goldberg, hardly a liberal, wrote, “Obama has become the greatest terrorist hunter in the history of the presidency.” And yet, lazy Republicans still run around whining that the president is “a total p***y,” not because it’s true, but because it seems to make the right feel better about itself.

You used some very strong language there about the President of the United States, and … I have to ask you to apologize or take that back,” Varney said. “It’s ridiculous,” Dash, an actress turned commentator best remembered for her performance in 1995’s “Clueless,” said on Fox’s Outnumbered. “His speech was an epic fail. It was like when you have to go to dinner with your parents, but you have a party to go to afterwards, that’s what it felt like.” “I did not feel any better.

They find it vastly easier to believe Obama doesn’t agree with them on word-choice, which is vastly more important in their minds than an actual counter-terrorism policy. But the discourse usually doesn’t get to these questions because the usual suspects are preoccupied with questions about “toughness,” semantics, and whether or not the president thumps his chest enough.

In the meantime, Obama – the one we’re supposed to think is too “afraid” to effectively combat terrorists – keeps ordering strikes that kill terrorists.

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