UPDATE AT END OF POST: Exchange erupts in Twitter war with Baldwins from all over the country.
For those that ignore such things, Alec Baldwin, after a brief respite following his embarrassing display on a plane in December, is back on Twitter.
Keeping with his pattern of saying characteristically inane things on the social media website, Baldwin on Saturday called conservative publisher Andrew Breitbart "a festering boil on the anus of public discourse":
With discourse like this, it makes you wonder if Baldwin considers himself the salve for that boil.
Be that as it may, this was in response to someone Baldwin follows tweeting: "My take?
@AndrewBreitbart carefuly strategized rape rant 2 redirect attention fr late news Fri on Sherrod case http://www.courthousenews.com/2012/02/17/44006.htm @Rosie."
Notice this was directed at the similarly deranged Rosie O'Donnell.
For those that have forgotten, Baldwin a number of years ago left a vicious voicemail for his daughter that ended up going viral on the internet.
All of this leads me to agree with former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and CNN's Piers Morgan who in December wanted to start a campaign to get Baldwin back on Twitter.
After all, Baldwin on Twitter is far more entertaining than anything he does on television and film.
*****Update II: Here's Harriet's take.
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