Chris Dodd Chews Out Bill O'Reilly

This post, written by Taylor Marsh, originally appeared on The Huffington Post

Bill-O picked the wrong target. Now he's looking around for something to sit on, because a man named Chris Dodd just handed his ass to him.

I'm covering YearlyKos, so it's not until the end of the day that I can catch up with some of the happenings going on. After a very long excursion, the clip above made my day. It only came with audio, but listening is learning. To updated this post, I now have replaced the YouTube above with a new clip that actually shows the interview in progres, which was put on the Dodd site as soon as they got it.

Chris Dodd takes a lesson from the Big Dog, then delivers it to Bill O'Reilly. Honest to heaven, I've not heard anything like this since... well, I can't remember when.

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