Top 10 most punchable faces in media [SLIDESHOW]

After Tuesday’s presidential debate, Mitt Romney’s eldest son, Tagg, said that he would like to take a swing at the president. In return, MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell wants to punch Tagg Romney.

In light of these feeble threats of physical violence, we got to thinking about the 10 most punchable faces in the media. ((RELATED: The most punchable faces in media, part II)

If anyone has a problem with this list, we’ll verbally punch you over Twitter or have some other type of non-physical confrontation. Be very afraid.

Who do you think is the most punchable? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • National Review's Robert Costa
  • The Daily Beast's Howard Kurtz
  • MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell
  • CHRIS MATTHEWS, MSNBC (Because when you say "Chris Matthews," you just have to yell it)
  • Fox News Channel contributor and former bow tie wearer Tucker Carlson
  • "Today" show host Matt Lauer
  • The Washington Post's Ezra Klein
  • Time magazine's Mark Halperin
  • Slate's Dave Weigel
  • The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald

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