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Ralph Peters calls Obama 'a total pussy' on live television

Ralph Peters was HOT after Obama's speech on terrorism and wanted the world to feel his rage.
In the past we've heard him say "fierce as a chocolate éclair," "pixie dust president who still thinks he can say something three times and make it come true," and "he's ugly, he's ruthless, he's vicious, and I don't like him at all, but he's brilliant," but his latest comment (if those before weren't bad enough) has gone too far, even for FOX's standards.

Last night, Peters said President Obama is "such a total pussy, it's stunning" on the Fox Business Network.

During the program, host Stuart Varney told Peters, "I can tell you're super angry but ... you can't use language like that on the program. I'm sorry."
I can't believe things have gotten so loose at FOX. This is the leader of the free world he's talking about. There has to be a better way for Peters to express his feelings.
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This is incredible. It's like complete animal instincts happening right now. I don't understand.
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