The awesome Lawrence O’Donnell on the The Last Word, demanded that Virginia attorney general and gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli the anti-gay, anti-sodomy, anti-oral sex crusader be asked about his own sex life in upcoming debates.
O’Donnell was inspired to read the law in question, and proceeded to share with his viewers exactly how horny elected officials get when they really put their minds to it. He read some very vivid and graphic legal descriptions of what sodomy is, especially the part that calls it a “crime against nature.”
But it’s not just strictly sodomy that’s out of bonds, it’s “most gay and straight sex” and sex with “any brute animal.” Cunnilingus is right out. In fact, the only type of sex that technically remains legal is heterosexual vaginal intercourse.
All of this led O’Donnell to a very important conclusion: when Cuccinelli participates in gubernatorial debates, it is completely fair and reasonable to ask him if he has ever violated that law with his wife.
Lawrence O’Donnell last night on Rewrite delivered a brilliantly, scathing, coherent, and laser-beam precise take-down of Mitt Romney and his wimpy-ass trust fund sons culminating in a challenge to Tagg Romney over his remarks that he wanted to “take a swing” at Obama during the presidential debate.
“So. You wanna take a swing at someone for calling your old man a liar? Take a swing at me. Come on. Come on. And don’t worry. There won’t be any Secret Service involved. Just us. And I’ll make it easy. I’ll come to you. Anytime, anywhere. Go ahead Taggart. Take your best shot.”
Lawrence O’Donnell discusses the Anoka-Hennepin school districts ‘No Promo Homo’ policy with Joel Burns. (You may remember Joel Burns, the councilman from Ft. Worth, TX, for his amazing and wonderful It Gets Better video.)
On MSNBC’s Last Word, Lawrence O’Donnell talks about the Anoka-Hennepin school districts pro-bullying stance (which just so happens to be in Crazy Eyes Bachmann’s district). Juxtapose that with the ‘It Gets Better’ video from Stephen Colbert.
ABOVE: Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips and Sen. Steve Smith, R-Arizona, explain whether the presence of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate puts conspiracy theories to rest.
BELOW: Expecting an apology from Orly Taitz she instead went off on a rant about President Obama lying about his social security number. Unable to get her to comment on the birth certificate, O’Donnell tells his crew to get her out of here! Get her off this show!