MSNBC host Touré surprised quite a few Twitter followers with his gutsy announcement that he’s “very comfortable” with the Obama administration’s use of unmanned drones, just as long as only bad guys and no innocent civilians are killed. With that clear, what was the point of Sen. Rand Paul’s filibuster? Best not to think about it too much and let Touré explain for you.

Don’t let these tweets lead you to think that Paul’s newfound support from both sides of the aisle has Touré concerned.

Time for a fresh approach.

  • Jd1367

    Toure lost his last name due to the sequester cuts

    • freeinaz


    • Jimni27

      It comes from the French “tourettes” : the act of letting crapola escape from the mouth with absence of forethought.

      • Sharon

        Have to favor yours 2 times.

      • Adi

        Oh, no really. A parrot can do better than Thoure-eeih

        • Jimni27

          I don’t know what was funnier, the parrot on the guy laughing, lmao.

    • lainer51

      probably doesn’t know “who his daddy is”

    • Clayton Grant

      It is Touré Douché

      • E Quilibrate


        • Guest

          I’ve been waiting for that. 😉

          • E Quilibrate

            Glad to oblige.

    • E Quilibrate

      Maybe no one knows who his daddy is.

  • Jimni27

    Dear Toure: I know Ace Of Spades From Twitter. I follow Ace Of Spades. Dude, you are no Ace Of Spades.

    • holygoat

      He really did seem to be attempting to channel Ace there, didn’t he? I bet he follows him with an anonymous account.

      • Adela Wagner

        Wonder if he gets a little tingle every time Ace Tweets….

      • Jimni27

        That’s exactly the first thing that came to mind. #Acefail

  • CatHerder

    Am I concerned over this little twink? wink.

    • 1SkepticalChick

      He must be a little tiddley. Wink.

  • Maxx

    I’d rather listen to Rand Paul for 13 hours than Toure for 13 minutes.

    • Patrick Dennehy


  • Sharon

    Rand Paul is so worried now. wink.. wink

  • Dick Beninya

    WTF is a “Toure'”? Sounds like a bad rash or something.

    • TocksNedlog

      He’s more like a cold sore.

    • MaryKay

      It’s a Toupe before it ‘s conked. Then it’s a Sharpton.

    • Billie Slash

      It’s a homosexual traveling companion.
      (Your screen name is wicked!!) :)

  • TocksNedlog

    “Dear Senator Paul, You asked if it’s ok to drink water on TV while speaking. The answer is no. (Don’t Rubioize yourself.)”
    — Do like Touré and drink the Kool-Aid.

  • waltzingmtilda

    Interesting that he doesn’t @ Rand Paul…if he had any guts he would tweet the Senator directly as opposed to just mentioning his name.

    • Ben Bollman

      Because Toure would get buried by him, that’s why

    • Sheerie Knoll

      To Tweet the senator directly would take a small amount of courage;Toure’ doesn’t have any courage. HHe reminds me of a high school teenage girl; it is easier to talk about people behind their back.

  • Patrick Dennehy

    Toure’s at it again, huh? Well, I will say this about him, he’s undaunted and not easy dissuade. If I got systematically embarrassed in public, as many times as him; I’d go into hiding.

    • MaryKay

      As a woman.

      • Patrick Dennehy

        Totally, haha.

      • mdtljt

        I hope I speak for all women but would never presume to do so…please don’t foist this snot rag on us…he’s too big a pu$$y to be a REAL woman…

    • E Quilibrate

      To be embarrassed requires the presence of a central nervous system.

  • Scott Carroll

    Wow. He managed to miss Rand Paul’s point completely and entirely. No easy feat. I think most of us here love drones. I know I do. I get the Matthew’s Tingles everytime I hear about one of these babies knocking on the front door of some Al Qaeda member’s straw hut. Fed-Exing Taliban members straight to Hell is what these things are built for. The question Paul raised is about their use DOMESTICALLY.

    I haven’t even thought through whether I have a problem with them being used on a known terrorist American citizen abroad. Good people can differ on that one. But for them to be used on American citizens on American soil is a step too far. Every mass genocide in human history has been committed by a big government that believed it was acting in the best interests of the people, so you’ll excuse me if I’m not willing to issue a License To Drone.

    • MaryKay

      Hint – he’s not smart.

  • NeoKong

    No class punk.

  • Jack Deth

    If Toure is so pro Drone. Have a swarm of the Hellfire weaponized versions whip some airborne urban renewal on Chicago and Detroit without telling anyone.

    Then see how fast he changes his tune.

    Though I believe numb nuts might be more complacent with south central L.A.

    • Billie Slash

      Hey, when it comes to drones, it takes one to know one (isn’t that right, Too-ray??)

  • cgraham77

    The picture of Toure used for the link to this article is hilarious. Toure doing his best Derek Zoolander face! Ha!

    • Black Ball

      La Tigre or Blue Steel?

      • cgraham77


        It’s so hot.

  • Chris Coon

    Uncle Touré the house token on MSNBC, loves speaking for the establishment progressives. His prep-school upbringing and life of privilege has brought him to this point. And his knowledge of 80’s MTV popstars puts him in a unique position to discuss the ‘black experience’ from the perspective of an expert. As long as that expertise is based on RunDMC videos and ‘Purple Rain’

  • MaryKay

    But he’s so pretty. His drag show is great.

  • irishgirl91

    I hate to quote Rush (that tends to bring the hate) but the left will show you who they fear. The crap throwers are now aiming at Rand.

    • Patrick Dennehy

      Quoting Rush brings hate on twitchy??

  • $23629333

    Why would Pres. Obama want the phone numbers of “female US citizens”?

    Does he owe Bill Clinton a favor?

    • Orlando Cee

      I honestly don’t think Obama swings that way.

  • Conservative First

    Saul Alinsky would be proud

  • 5n4k33y35

    Toure is a queer.

  • Richard Jefferies

    Isn’t Rand just reiterating what the black militants have been saying about the government for 50 years. I guess the possibility of using drones against American citizens is WAYYYY out there compared to accusing Bush of deliberately blowing up the levees, huh?

    • E Quilibrate

      I like veiled sarcasm.

  • SophieRo3

    “‘Course it’s da-bomb to kill 16 year-olds ‘cuz their daddies might’ve been bad men.” – Toure


  • SophieRo3

    “Bush’s Patriot Act and GWOT policies did NOT go far enuf. We need
    stuff like the NDAA’s autho of indefinite det 4 Americans!!!” – @Toure

    #TheWorldIsABattlefield #HowILearnedToStopWorryingAndLoveTheGWOT

    • mdtljt

      Who among us believes this douchecanoe was cheering GWBush on when he signed The Patriot Act? Anyone…anyone…Bueller? Yeah…me neither…

  • Ben Bollman

    I love how these Obama fan liberals are running around like chickens with their heads cut off now because Rand Paul seems to be garnering genuine excitement from both sides.

  • Gallatin

    “TROLL”—-the best way to describe tooray.

  • Gallatin

    “TROLL”—-the best way to describe tooray.

  • sqeptiq

    Bit surprised Rand Paul decided to provoke the full wrath of McCain, Graham, and other neocons. Despite their unpopularity, they remain a force in the Republican Party and likely have veto power over the nominee. Kudos for boldness, but I suspect antagonizing neocons dooms Paul’s chances in 2016.

  • sqeptiq

    Bit surprised Rand Paul decided to provoke the full wrath of McCain, Graham, and other neocons. Despite their unpopularity, they remain a force in the Republican Party and likely have veto power over the nominee. Kudos for boldness, but I suspect antagonizing neocons dooms Paul’s chances in 2016.