This might come across as mean, but 'd highly recommend keeping this man away from young children, your fetus, a microphone, a camera or any other thing that he might offend, screw up, etc.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Congresswoman Barbara Cubin (R-WY) doesn't sound like a very nice or pleasant "lady." By the looks of this picture, she could easily whip out a pic axe and go to town on anyone who pisses her off. My guess is she probably packs some kind of heat, Wild West style, since she's your typical gun-toting Republican nutcase.
Some past (fucked up) statements:
"There still exists broad disagreement within the scientific community on the extent to which humans actually contribute to the Earth's temperature changes." Keep dreaming Babs.
"My sons are 25 and 30. They are blonde-haired and blue-eyed. One amendment today said we could not sell guns to anybody under drug treatment. So does that mean if you go into a black community, you cannot sell a gun to any black person..." I love her subtle racism.
"I know what Victoria's Secret is. She's a slut." Have you looked in the mirror recently? Too much makeup.
"We are bending over and taking it from the Democrats." This said during the Florida presidential recount in 2000. When a colleague objected to her vulgar language, she shot back: "Quiet down or you'll get a spanking." How sassy.
Fortunately she's chosen to not run for re-election, so the House will soon lose yet another worthless potty-mouthed "public servant."
Friday, August 22, 2008
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Is it just me or does Heather Wilson, Albuquerque's own member of Congress, look like one big turbo dyke? This picture reminds me of a professor I had in college who also attempted the button-down oxford shirt, sportcoat and khaki look while pretending not to be a lesbian. The wallet she carried around in her back pocket didn't fool anyone.
Heather Wilson really knows how to deliver a punch. She ran a nasty campaign against Patricia Madrid in 2006 based on typical Republican terrorist fearmongering and barely won. Just like her pal Katherine Harris, a seat in Congress wasn't enough - she had to aim higher. So she chose to give up her House seat and make a run for the U.S. Senate, deceiving voters as she had in years past.
But don't take my word for it...check out this TV ad from her failed U.S. Senate primary campaign and listen to her strong, commanding voice:
"I'm Heather Wilson and I approve this message." I'm sure you do...
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Monday, August 18, 2008
Loudmouth Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is painful to listen to and is one of a handful of House Republicans who constantly seek C-Span's limelight and go to the House floor to rant and rave about something just to get air time. An example:
Funny how she used the typical GOP talking points on war and sacrifice, yet when on a national cable news show made a complete moron out of herself by not being able to name a soldier from her district who had died in Iraq:
Why do her constituents continue to send such a sleazy lawmaker back to Congress? Well when you pack enough Republicans into one congressional district, anything is possible. I've disliked Marsha Blackburn and her loudmouthed bs for years as she's one of the more obnoxious Republicans I can highlight...so needless to say, I was delighted to discover this trashy glamour shot from her earlier days as an "Image Consultant." You can't get any more Republican than this...
He's done a lot of shitty things over the past eight years. He "accidentally" shot a friend of his and yet opposes any sensible gun control since, well, you know, all gun owners that aren't criminals are responsible people who know how to shoot and aim straight. Everyone with any kind of instinct and or a functioning brain knows it was him, not Scooter Libby, who threw Valerie Plame under the bus and ruined her CIA career to score a political shot at her husband, Ambassador Wilson, who was critical of the war's justification from the start.Yet the most disturbing thing, at least in my opinion, about Dick Cheney was his willingness to go along with the Bush/Cheney 2004 campaign's gaybashing to win the election, despite having a lesbian daughter. I'm sure she really appreciated the hypocrsy, but word on the street is that she's a cold-hearted snake, just like her Momma (who I'll blog about at a later date).
I have a feeling the Queen is thinking to herself "I hope he isn't packing any heat" in this photograph, despite her usually stoic disposition. Take it from me, just because you have zero facial expressions doesn't mean you aren't thinking awful thoughts about the fat sow sitting next to you.
Dick's segway mobility allows him to sneak up on unsuspecting victims and scare the shit out of them, likely children or those who have in the past been the victims of gunshot wounds. I'm thinking he deserves a "vacation" to The Hague in January 2009 to get the long-awaited rest and treatment he deserves.
Aside from her slutty attire, the most offensive thing about Ann Coulter is the constant pollution she farts out of her mouth. A few examples:
"Jews need to be perfected."
"I think our motto should be, post 9/11: raghead talks tough, raghead faces consequences."
"We should invade their (Arab) countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity."
"My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is that he did not go to the New York Times building."
And perhaps the worst, regarding widows of 9/11 victims:
"I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much....the Democrat ratpack gals endorsed John Kerry for president...cutting campaign commercials...how do we know their husbands weren't planning to divorce these harpies? Now that their shelf life is dwindling, they'd better hurry up and appear in Playboy."
Ann really is one good, obedient Republican. She used to work as a staffer for Republican Senator Spencer Abraham and is adored by young conservatives and Republican activists across our country. Notice the cute adam's apple on her throat. Possible extra Y chromosome? Ann, is there something you aren't telling us? Duct tape can do wonders!
Friday, August 15, 2008
Each speech he gives in Congress ends with the phrase "and that's just the way it is." What an innovative trademark! Though his usual rant on illegal immigrants, liberals, abortion and other societal problems was of no surprise to viewers, quoting and praising the founder of the KKK, Nathan Bedford Forrest, might have gone a little too far.
Abortion: "I believe that the most innocent lives, those of the unborn should be protected." I guess that would exlude innocent Iraqi children killed by US bombing missions, but who am I to judge?
Taxes: "How many of you want your taxes raised? Well Nancy Pelosi wants to raise your taxes, in fact the budget that we just passed raises your taxes over 5 years by almost 700 billion dollars." I'm sure Omaha is filled with tons of multi-millionaires who are worried about Pelosi raising their taxes. Coincidentally, Omaha's own Warren Buffet disagrees with this typical GOP talking point. But I'm sure Terry knows far more about economics than one of the most successful investors of all time.