July 16, 2011

MARY HAS A SINFUL NATURE, RINO'S AND OTHER NEWS

Mary Bachmann, the unlicensed, discredited, job creating, small business co-owner,  of Bachmann & Associates, a pray away the gay Christian counselling Center, denied calling "homosexuals barbarians," in the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He claims "that's not my mindset." Well if it's not her mindset, it must be her sinful nature. She said she was referring to children, not homosexuals. Like that's any better Mary? The self-proclaimed 'Doctor' said the recording must have been.......doctored.

The stale-mate gripping our nation's capital continues to dominate the news. I heard teabagger Grover Norquist, the president of Americans for Tax Reform, screaming at CNN reporter Ali Velshi this morning. What I found interesting, is that he kept saying over and over that Obama has spent too much money, that's why "we're not going to raise the debt ceiling." Last time I checked, Grover Norquist isn't a member of Congress. Article One, Section 7, of the U.S. Constitution dictates that all legislation related to appropriations, and taxes, must originate in the House of Representatives. So when the clown college graduates talk about spending too much, where were they? They originated the bills!

I know I'm probably in the minority, but it seems that Nancy Grace and the media, tried and convicted Casey Anthony on TV. As a result, the jurors are getting death threats, Casey Anthony is getting death threats, and the prosecutor who tried a case using flimsy circumstantial evidence, gets very little scrutiny. This is America, where we live by the rule of law. A jury found Ms. Anthony not guilty. How will this woman be able to live any sort of life?

Newt Gingrich is apparently having trouble raising money for his presidential campaign. That's what happens when you tell the truth about Paul Ryan's budget proposal. He owes almost half a million dollars to Moby Dick Airways! Moby Dick Airways? Does Captain Ahab fly the plane? Moby Dick Airways would make a fortune here in San Francisco.

Cong-worstwoman Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota lawmaker, small business co-owner, job creator, pray away the gay believing, former IRS tax collector, and submissive bottom, reportedly received $4.2M million dollars in contributions to her run for President. $2.0M came from her Congressional campaign account, so she actually raised a little over $2.2M. It was also reported that she was the first 2012 candidate to receive donations from KochPAC, the Libertarian political action committee, that the billionaire Koch brothers use, to advance their attempt to take over our government.
When I read this I knew I heard it before. But not from Ron Paul. Does anyone else find this bizarre? One plank of the Libertarian Party's platform states:
2.4    Government Finance and SpendingAll persons are entitled to keep the fruits of their labor. We call for the repeal of the income tax, the abolishment of the Internal Revenue Service and all federal programs and services not required under the U.S. Constitution.  We oppose any legal requirements forcing employers to serve as tax collectors. Government should not incur debt, which burdens future generations without their consent. We support the passage of a "Balanced Budget Amendment" to the U.S. Constitution, provided that the budget is balanced exclusively by cutting expenditures, and not by raising taxes.

This is the Libertarian platform, not the GOP platform. The obstructionists are looking more and more like RINO's. That's "Republican In Name Only" if anyone is unfamiliar.


Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin filed her SarahPAC financial disclosure reports. She  has a Chief of Staff in place, and an FEC disclosure form that reflects a $7.0K expenditure for travel. The vendor? "Republican Presidential Travel." Who are they? A subsidiary of Moby Dick Airways. Is she going to run? You betcha!

Texas' Rick Perry is getting ready for his anti-gay Christian pray in, which people think will be a prelude to a campaign for President. Here's a guy who says Social Security is a failure “we have been forced to accept for more than 70 years now,” and would abolish Social Security if given the chance. He thinks that states could decide to replace it, or not, and would like to reconsider Medicare.

The Republican candidate for Wisconsin State Senate David VanderLeest, of Green Bay, sleeps well at night. And doesn't smoke rocks, pebbles, or anything else unorthodox. That's what he says......

I think the GOP candidates for president should sign a pledge to only fly Moby Dick Airways, because the American people will be "dicked" if any of these politicians occupy the oval office.

Written and posted by Haightmale on the blog "Tie-dyed Jive in the (415)"

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