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Fox News Suspends Stacey Dash and Ralph Peters After Profane Obama Comments

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Clueless star turned Republican pundit Stacey Dash and Lt. Col. Ralph Peters both received two-week suspensions from FOX following profane comments they each made about President Obama on separate broadcasts.

Dash appeared Monday morning on the FOX News program Outnumbered to critique Obama's speech about domestic terrorism following the San Bernardino shootings when she said, "I did not feel any better. I did not feel any passion from him. I felt like he couldn't give a sh-- - excuse me, like he could care less."


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While Dash realized that she had overstepped by cursing on the air, Peters was less apologetic in his analysis of Obama during his interview on Fox Business with correspondent Stuart Varney.

"Mr. President we're not afraid, we're angry, we're pissed off, we're furious! We want you to react, we want you to do something!" Peters said. "You're afraid. This guy is such a total pussy, it's stunning."

Both Dash and Peters will have a two-week time out to think about their comments or at least the language of their critiques, before they are allowed to return to the network.

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"Earlier today, FOX contributors Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and Stacey Dash made comments on different programs that were completely inappropriate and unacceptable for our air," said Bill Shine, Senior Executive Vice President of Programming, in a statement. "FOX Business Network and FOX News Channel do not condone the use of such language, and have suspended both Peters and Dash for two weeks."