By now most people have seen Rep. Joe Walsh's aggressive tirade where Walsh was bullying his constituents while spouting right-wing lies about banking regulation. He appeared this Wednesday to try to explain his behavior on Fox's Your World with
November 9, 2011

By now most people have seen Rep. Joe Walsh's aggressive tirade where Walsh was bullying his constituents while spouting right-wing lies about banking regulation. He appeared this Wednesday to try to explain his behavior on Fox's Your World with Neil Cavuto and blamed it on too much coffee and an empty stomach.

Even Cavuto didn't look like he was buying it during this softball interview and told him it looked like he was scaring the other people in the video and suggested that maybe next time he holds one of these meetings with voters he should make sure he eats something first and switch from coffee to Prozac.

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