**Written by Doug Powers
A brief clip from Hannity Tuesday night, with the discussion revolving around the ridiculous MSM/DNC talking points about the Tea Party. The clip is otherwise submitted with nothing more than an obligatory “that’s gonna leave a mark”:
September 3rd in Iowa could be interesting.
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Posted Aug 2nd 2011 at 2:29 pm
You might recall this extraordinary press conference on May 31, 2011, when then-Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) called a reporter a “jackass” in refusing to answer questions about his (false) allegation that someone had hacked his Twitter account.
Instead, he wanted to talk about the debt ceiling: “We are, tonight…going to be casting a vote on something has monumental importance to our economy…I want to focus on that.”
Later that evening, a staggering bipartisan majority voted down the “clean” debt ceiling increase that President Barack Obama had wanted.
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