Rep. Clyburn: Delegitimizing President Is "Uncalled For"
"All [of] this stuff taking place in the Chambers the other day, when the Constitution was being read -- all that stuff is uncalled for," Rep. Clyburn (D-SC) told the Ed Schultz radio program.
Clyburn says there may be a "direct link" between Sharron Angle’s "Second Amendment remedies" comment and the reading of the Constitution with the attempted murder of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords over the weekend.
"All of this stuff about delegitimizing the president of the United States, that is uncalled for. And all of the stuff taking place in the chamber the other day when the Constitution was being read, all of that stuff is uncalled for. The hanging over the banisters that some members did last year egging on the demonstrators out there, that stuff is uncalled for. We ought to conduct ourselves in public office in the way we teach our children to conduct themselves when they go out into the public. I don't believe that any one of these members have been teaching their children inside their homes to act the way many of them have acted," Rep. Clyburn (D-SC) told the Ed Schultz radio program.