November 4, 2010 - 4:31pm
"Crazy Larry" O'Donnell was back to his former self during MSNBC's
Election Night coverage Tuesday. During the 9 p.m. EDT hour the MSNBC
anchor claimed that if Rand Paul holds to his "principles" and
filibusters an attempt to raise the debt ceiling, it would destroy the
United States' credit rating and possibly spark a worldwide depression.
O'Donnell also pressed House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.) on the
After Cantor refused to give O'Donnell a direct answer to his oddball
question, the frustrated MSNBC host ranted that he didn't want to see
Cantor on MSNBC again.
In the beginning segment, O'Donnell was giving commentary after live
coverage of Rand Paul's victory speech. Paul, he noted, will soon be
pressed to vote on raising the debt ceiling, something which O'Donnell
asserted is vital to the health of the U.S. economy.