Friday, January 15, 2016
God Makes Evil People Known as Republicans
Scientists have studied for years this difficult question of why some people have a conscience and some don’t. Some people are called Democrats, and some people are called Republicans.
We've see those deparved conscienceless Republicans in their own foul habitat on the Fox News Business stage. They will compete to become “guests” at the nearest mental institution – no, strike that, they will compete to become the Republican nominee for President of the United States. And if, Jehovah has his way and any of them makes it to the White House, you’ll want someone in the Senate with a conscience and then some to take them on. You’ll want someone with conscience, cheek, and chutzpah. You’ll want, as Chris Matthews dubbed Alan Grayson, “Captain Cojones.”
He's ready to be that Senator with Guts, if you’re ready to chip in $3 or more to help me in this fight >>
If things go south in November, and one of these GOP jackwagons ends up in the White House, I’ll be ready to fight back. Look at what I said about our last Republican President and Vice President:
When Dick Cheney attacked President Obama unjustly at the beginning of President Obama’s first term, Alan Grayson said that many Americans wished that Cheney would “STFU.”
When MSNBC publicized a photo of President Bush and a Saudi prince kissing each other, Grayson suggested that if Bush had let him get to second base, gasoline might be only a dollar a gallon.
When Dick Cheney called for US troops on the ground against ISIS, Grayson said that Cheney “never met a war he didn’t like.”
When President Bush belatedly complained that he deserved more credit for the killing of Bin Laden, Grayson adroitly suggested Bush hadn’t spoken up sooner because he might’ve been passed out drunk for the last three or four days.
With President Bush and Vice President Cheney, those were just warmup pitches. Just wait until you see what Grayson has in store for the Republican nominee – even before the November election.
He's ready and willing to call out whatever RWNJ ends up as the Republican Party nominee, and fight back against the GOP’s conscienceless, terrible policies. (Is “conscienceless” a word? Well, it is now.) Chip in $3 or more now to make sure he can do that in the Senate >>