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Stopheles - 2012-04-10

Nice sweater, Douchey.

kamlem - 2012-04-10

The YT video description...

"In 1988 I went to the White House when Steve Doocy was a local reporter in Washington DC. He was assigned to cover me on the streets of Washington selling and giving out my Lucky Potatoes.(See my Lucky Potatoe video.) I was trying to give a Potatoe to Ronald Reagan because he was sick. On the way to the White House Steve Doocy said Reagan is a nut that will forget it anyway. I don't remenber every he said but it was nasty shit about President Reagan. How he is some Republican.BULL SHIT! Talk about the Godfather of the Republican party that way and now he dances to everything they want him to say. Oh, I have most of the video. FAKE

I did give one of my lucky potatoe's to the Redskins before going to the White House. Redskins won the Superbowl that year." "

fatatty - 2012-04-10

He's just mad Doocy called him on not bringing redskins to the stadium.

Jet Bin Fever - 2012-04-10

This guy has a pretty great website too:

OH, and now a days one of those potatoes will cost you .99. Quite a deal if you think about it.

Syd Midnight - 2012-04-10

In case it isn't obvious, this video is just the setup, go to the Youtube page comments for the real entertainment. It's a shit fight in a monkey cage. Potato guy lock horns with a woman who speaks in some kinda verse.

Mister Yuck - 2012-04-11

Do you think the people who call Fox News 'Faux News' think 'faux' is pronounced 'focks'?

stifford - 2012-04-10

Is that Roz from Night Court?

FreeOJ - 2012-04-10

Steve Doocy: Hipster before it was cool.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-04-11

Well, to be fair, he is a bit of a dochbag.

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