Saturday, March 20, 2010

The Weiner Factor . . . .

New York Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner, like Florida's Alan Grayson, is a rare commodity --- a Democrat with a spine who's not afraid to tell the right-wing conservatives to take their lies and bullshit and shove it up their asses.

In this clip, Weiner torpedoes a hoax document that the GOP tried to get into the public record and debate on Health Care Reform. Then in the middle of his counter-attack, North Carolina resident granny/dingbat/conservanut Congresswoman Virginia Foxx gets up and tries to interrupt Weiner's exposure of her party's fraudulent activities and Weiner deftly backhands her neanderthal ass and sends her whimpering back to her seat. Fucking priceless.

I'm telling ya, Grayson, Weiner, Franken -- if the Dems were to replace the current leadership positions with these guys -- you would see some shit getting done and progress for the country made a whole lot quicker - and no playing nice with the GOP terrorists along the way.


Friday, March 19, 2010

Glenn Beck wants to save Easter!!! from the evil libruls . . .

Glenn Beck and Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) expressed harmonized outrage on Beck's radio program Thursday about news that the House might vote on the health care reform package this Sunday. Voting on a Sunday, they said, was offensive and heretical.

"They intend to vote on the Sabbath, during Lent, to take away the liberty that we have right from God," King said.

"Faith has been perverted," Beck responded, then repeated. "They are going to vote for this damn thing on a Sunday, which is the Sabbath, during Lent."

Beck continued:

"Here is a group of people that have so perverted our faith and our hope and our charity, that is a -- this is an affront to God."

Interesting charge from the Beckster, since just a week ago his hypocrite Mormon ass was exhorting Christians to abandon their parishes and churches if their clergy talked about or were in any way involved with the act of seeking social or economic justice (aka - helping human beings in need) for some of their/our fellow Americans. Beck railed that it was akin to "Nazism" and "Communism".

And now Beck has gone and done a 180 degree pirouette and is frantically worrying his pretty little blonde head over the purported blasphemy which he claims is what will occur if the Democrats hold the Health Care Reform vote this Sunday.

First off -- I have absolutely no respect or trust in anyone who claims to know what's on "God's" mind and is presumptuously bold enough to feel that they know what "God" wants and what is best for "God." Of course that would apply to, a conservative guess, about 80% of the Republican party these days if you want to put it into proper perspective.

Secondly - Beck and King are both just plain fucking un-American assholes for using religion as a weapon to divide people. I'm so sick of these sons of bitches and quite honestly -- the day that they and their medieval movement is relegated to the trash heap of history cannot come too soon in my view.


In retrospect they got a lot of human beings killed for goddamn nothing . . .

Yesterday, the libertarian Cato Institute hosted a panel discussion on conservatism and the war in Afghanistan with Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA), Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) and Rep. John J. Duncan, Jr. (R-TN). When the conversation shifted to the war in Iraq, Rohrabacher said that “once President Bush decided to go into Iraq, I thought it was a mistake because we hadn’t finished the job in Afghanistan,” but that once Bush “decided to go in,” he “felt compelled” to “back him up.” He then added that “the decision to go in, in retrospect, almost all of us think that was a horrible mistake.”

Hey you shameless cocksuckers! In retrospect maybe you should have pulled your myopic heads out of your military industrial complex greased ass holes and listened to us dirty fucking hippies who were screaming from the rooftops that invading Iraq would be a disaster. But nooooooooooooo!

My god -- they truly are some loathsome people -- to the last one.


Peggy the Nooners gets called out on her bullshit . . .

Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) demonstrates the proper way to smack down right-wing dissemblers and their vapid talking points:

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It really is that simple.


Tuesday, March 16, 2010


Treason Is OK If You're A Republican
All Nonsense
Josh Marshall | March 16, 2010, 6:35PM

The procedure every(GOP)one is so up in arms about is called a "self-executing rule." How many times did the Republicans use it the last time they controlled Congress, 2005-06? More than 35 times! And the Democrats? They complained about it then too, though to the best of my knowledge there were no claims of treason.

Norm Ornstein has the story.