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On Scale Of One To Dana Rohrabacher, How Drunk Is Dana Rohrabacher In This Video?

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This video of Marsha Blackburn, the gentlelady from Stepford, and Dana Rohrabacher, "the" "surfing" "congressman" (he lies as much about surfing as he does the rest of the time his lips are moving), is a few days old. It is so old that the government hadn't even shut down yet, nor herded all the World War II veterans into their FEMA camps! But we are showing it to you anyway, because it seems like Dana Rohrabacher might be drunk? Watch him laugh with delight about the government shutdown! Everything is funny when you're schnockered!

Having covered politics in Orange County, California, for, oh, carry the one, almost a dozen years dear God -- your Editrix has a soft spot for Dana Rohrabacher, who is in fact a pile of good time! We mean, he lies horribly and at all times, and he pretty much invented Osama Bin Laden -- even just a few years ago, he was still touting the Taliban "freedom fighters." Also, he worked for Reagan and liked to tell us mysterious stories about the time he traveled to Prague in '68 and Vietnam in '67 as a "student" or "Cold War spook." Also, almost every time we saw him, he was falling-off-his-barstool drunk.

And that's coming from us.

So! How drunk is Dana Rohrabacher in this video, do you think? If the answer is "blood alcohol level under .25," remember that is basically Dana teetotalling.

[ThinkProgress]

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