RICE: You have just made a false statement. You said that we couldn’t assemble a coalition. How many countries fought in the coalition in Iraq?
O’DONNELL: Actually fought and had casualties? Actually fought?
RICE: Yeah, how many.
O’DONNELL: Maybe half a dozen actually fought.
RICE: I see. So the Georgians who went there and the Japanese who went there and others —
O’DONNELL: Actually had soldiers firing weapons on the ground?
RICE: This was not part of the coalition. The people who — the British and the Australians and the Poles and all of those — the Canadians, all of those who were ultimately in Iraq, these were not part of the coalition?
O’DONNELL: Yes, they were.
RICE: Yeah. So your statement was just false.
Couple that with all the times where Rice backhanded O’Donnell for not letting her finish and the result is almost twelve minutes of entertaining awesome. Next time… send your A-Team, ye Lefties.
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