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Retired Army lieutenant colonel: Obama ‘such a total p—y’


Updated: Monday, December 7, 2015, 2:20 PM

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A retired Army lieutenant colonel blasted President Obama on live television Monday for being “a total p—y.”

“Well first of all, he keeps speaking about, ‘We can’t give in to our fears, don’t be afraid,” retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters said Monday during an interview on Fox Business Network. “Look, Mr. President, we’re not afraid, we’re angry. We’re pissed off. We’re furious. We want you to react. We want you to do something.”

“You’re afraid. I mean this guy is such a total p—y, it’s stunning,” Peters added.

Peters, a frequent Fox contributor who has also written several nonfiction books, had been asked to offer his thoughts on Obama’s Sunday night speech to the nation, which focused largely on his administration’s response to ISIS and other terrorist threats.

“When the President’s telling us he’s going to destroy ISIS, this is a president who has done more harm to American police departments than he has done to the Islamic State,” Peters, growing visibly irate, added. “This is a president who restrains our military, he uses it not to defeat ISIS but for political purposes, for political cover. This is a president who doesn’t want to hurt our enemies. This is a president who cares more about thugs in Guantanamo, or thugs in Ferguson, Missouri, than he does about law-abiding American citizens and their right to live in safety and peace.”

President Obama used his primetime speech Sunday night to talk about counterterrorism and the fight against ISIS.POOL/REUTERS

President Obama used his primetime speech Sunday night to talk about counterterrorism and the fight against ISIS.

Fox Business commentator Stuart Varney then jumped in and asked Peters to watch his mouth.

“I can tell you are super angry and I asked you what your reaction was, but I got to call you, you can’t use language like that on the program, ” Varney said

A moment later, Varney jumped in again to ask Peters to apologize for the remarks.

“I’ve got to interrupt you again. You used some very strong language there about the President of the United States, and … I have to ask you to apologize or take that back,” Varney said.

“I apologize,” Peters said.

Representatives from Fox Business and Fox News did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the interview.

The language snafu, however, wasn’t the first to befall the network Monday.

Earlier in the day, Stacey Dash, a contributor on Fox News Channel said on live television that Obama didn’t “give a s–t” about terrorism.

“It’s ridiculous,” Dash, an actress turned commentator best remembered for her performance in 1995’s “Clueless,” said on Fox’s Outnumbered. “His speech was an epic fail. It was like when you have to go to dinner with your parents, but you have a party to go to afterwards, that’s what it felt like.”

“I did not feel any better. I didn’t feel any passion from him,” she said. “I felt like he could give a s–t, excuse me, like he could care less.”

Republicans have widely derided Obama’s speech.

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