This story on NPR's On the Media cracked me up.
My favorite bit is James O'Keefe's obtuse diction. Check out this line at 5:07:
No, we show these egregious statements on tape and I don't think that anything is mitigated by that. It's a logical nonsequiter for you to say, "Well, in the other parts of the tape he said non-egregious things, therefore it exculpates him."
It seems that O'Keefe's thesaurus is missing a few pages. He just keeps using the same five dollar words repeatedly like at 7:34 in:
Unless you can point to a specific thing in the tape that mitigates or exculpates the egregious statements made by the employees, you're just using obfuscation.
He sounds like one of those under-educated people who latch on to a few important-sounding words and bandies them about without knowing what they really mean.