Wednesday, October 27, 2004



Just what are you trying to say here, O'Donnell?

"To me the most interesting lie, John O'Neill, that I would submit to you that you should answer, is, you make a lying claim that John Kerry's antiwar activity prolonged the amount of time that prisoners of war were held in Vietnam. ... That's a lie, John O'Neill! ... Lies! ... That's a lie! It's another lie! That's a lie! Absolute lie! You lie in that book endlessly! ... Disgusting, lying book! ... It's a pack of lies! You are unfit to publish! ... He just lied to you! He spews out this filth! Point to his name on the report, you liar! ... You just spew lies! ... I just hate the lies of John O'Neill. I hate lies. It's not an argument; they're proven lies. ... O'Neill's a liar, he's been a liar for 35 years about this, and he's found other liars ... They lied! ... They're lying somewhere! ... Lies! Just tell me the initials, you liar! Creepy liar! ... You are a liar who makes things up! ... You want the lies! That's how you make your living, on lies!"

--MSNBC Political Analyst Lawrence O'Donnell, with a few professional journalistic observations about the Swift Boat Vets' book co-author John O'Neil.

UPDATE: LINK TO VIDEO CLIP of O'Donnell meltdown.

You have a right to your own opinions - You do not have a right to your own facts!