Alan Grayson Tells Dick Cheney to STFU, Literally

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We know Alan Grayson only has a tenious connection to our local readership, but important news on our favorite hot liberal mess has just come to our intention: He has told former Vice President Dick Cheney to, and we quote, "STFU."

Dick Cheney occasionally pops out of his underground torture dungeon to criticize President Obama's national securities policy. Really, it seems the joy he takes in it is the only thing keeping him alive.

So the other night Grayson was on MSNBC's Hardball and has this to say to Cheney:

"You know, on the internet there's an acronym that's used to apply to situations like this. It's called 'STFU. I don't think I can say that on the air, but I think you know what that means."

OMG. WTF? Alan Grayson told Dick Cheney to "Shut the Fuck Up." ROFL LOL XD.

In typical Grayson style he is not apologizing for it. The video above? It's from Grayson's official YouTube channel with the title: Rep. Alan Grayson on Hardball to Dick Cheney: "STFU." Fast forward to the 2:45 mark for the magic.

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