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What should the government do? Folks build entire philosophies to answer the question. Notions abound. You ask this of the Arizona Tea Party, they’ll tell you it’s the government’s job to fuck off.

Two state representatives have proposed bills requiring Arizona students to show more respect for their country in a move that is stirring constitutional arguments and a threat of lawsuits.

All public high-school seniors would have to recite an oath supporting the U.S. Constitution to be able to graduate, under a proposal in House Bill 2467 sponsored by Rep. Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff.

And all students in first through 12th grades would have to say the pledge of allegiance each day if House Bill 2284, sponsored by Rep. Steve Smith, R-Maricopa, passes.

. . until they realize they can turn your daughter into a good little stormtrooper. Then the government is pretty cool.

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Tea Party right-to-lifer Dr. Desjarlais: Please abort my child, let’s have sex, abort this one too, let’s have sex, also oops that one, let’s have sex…

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Too late, libtards. Tea Party favorite and Representative of Tennesee’s 4th District, Dr. Scott Desjarlais, is some kind of Herculean liar. The conveniently-delayed transcript of his divorce proceedings just got released, and what a bonanza. The “consistent supporter of pro-life values” and his first wife aborted two pregnancies, one because they were fighting. And:

. . the couple’s 2001 trial transcript also confirms DesJarlais had sexual relationships with at least two patients, three coworkers and a drug representative while he was chief of staff at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, Tenn. During one affair with a female patient, DesJarlais prescribed her drugs, gave her an $875 watch and bought her a plane ticket to Las Vegas, records show.

Here’s how he dealt with another patient conquest of his:

DesJarlais, who is now 48 years old, admitted in court to pressuring the woman over the phone to get an abortion, but said the whole conversation was a scheme orchestrated by him and his wife — with whom he had reconciled — to get the 24-year-old to admit she was not really pregnant . .

Under oath, DesJarlais said he and his wife recorded his phone conversation with the woman “to find out whether the girl was telling the truth or not.”

The recorded call was leaked during the campaign.

That directly contradicts the congressman’s campaign Facebook page, where he told supporters the phone conversation “was recorded without my knowledge.”

“ … [The] media wrongly reported that I recorded the conversation myself,” DesJarlais wrote in the Oct. 12 note that was “liked” by 521 people. “I was recorded unknowingly and without my consent.”

That whopper he told back in October.

. . he carried on a four-month sexual affair with another patient, a woman he prescribed pills for during their relationship. He stressed that there was “nothing wrong” with the prescriptions he wrote, which included the painkiller Darvocet, and was indignant when asked about claims he had handled medication improperly . .

According to the American Medical Association, “Sexual contact that occurs concurrent with the patient-physician relationship constitutes sexual misconduct.”

And he’s professionally unethical. He’s your all-around values American.

During a messy break-up with his ex-wife, DesJarlais allegedly held a gun in his mouth for three hours, “dry fired” a gun outside his wife’s locked bedroom door, and was accused of other forms of spousal abuse.

Scott won re-election, of course, because it’s Tennessee.

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White men cannot fail, they can only be disappointed

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After any stinging Republican loss, conservatives always — always – respond to the defeat by saying the same old thing. The candidate wasn’t conservative enough. In 2012, Depression-era pundit Richard Viguerie got there first:

“The battle to take over the Republican Party begins today and the failed Republican leadership should resign,” said Richard Viguerie, a top activist and chairman of ConservativeHQ.com.

He said the lesson on Romney’s loss to President Obama on Tuesday is that the GOP must “never again” nominate a “a big government established conservative for president.”

This year, the hoary old chestnut is funnier than ever.

“Tea Partiers will take over the Republican party in the next four years,” Viguerie said.

In the meantime, conservatives will work to ensure that congressional Republicans do not compromise their principles in fiscal talks with Obama, he said.

The Tea Party just got eviscerated. Front-men Allen West, Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock and Joe Walsh got defenestrated from the government. The most famous teabagger perhaps in the country, Michele Bachmann, had to spend something like $20 million for the thousand votes that kept her seat. It was likely the most expensive congressional campaign in history. How’s that for grassroots? What’s up with populist appeal? Snake venom should be so well-loved.

Sometimes conventional wisdom happens to be wise. White men no longer can cast enough votes. Women went for Obama by at least 10 points. Hispanics are the fastest growing population in America, and they broke something like +44(!) for the incumbent. If the wingnuts still want to ignore ‘demographics,’ that’s fine. Let them declare again that conservative philosophy alone is sufficiently magic to win elections for centuries to come. Let Edmund Burke re-visit the Earth and shatter the dreams of Democrats for as long as he likes. Until then, I’m happy to see this:

. . any “conservative” pundit or website that is talking about the need to appeal to Latinos (or any other ethnic or identity group) in a way that effectively surrenders first principles for a chance at taking power — deeming this move “realistic” or pragmatic, while sneering at the “purists” who simply Don’t Know How Things In DC Work — is not, in fact, conservative; is not, in fact, a constitutionalist; and is not, in fact, part of your “team.”

. . they can keep their damned brand. Because as I noted yesterday, their brand couldn’t turn out enough voters to defeat a disastrous President running on myths and lies. So what good is it?

Jeff’s point: The Romneyites did very badly with Latinos and then lost so what good are Latinos? Makes plenty sense. Comments, anyone?

sdferr says November 8, 2012 at 10:03 am

“We need to pander to Hispanics. Why?”

Ah, but not “Why?” — rather, How? To which end I jest.

Teach the Spics to read Attic Greek and Latin, as well as English, German, French and . . . . . . . . . presto-change-o: Classical Liberals!

I look forward to the next four years.

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Joe Walsh the latest greatest expert on ladyparts

derpes is not an STD, teabaggers

Deadbeat Tea Party daddy Rep. Joe Walsh is losing his re-election bid to Tammy Duckworth. The looming defeat may be making Joe a little extra-whacky as he dropped a doozy in his debate last night. See it below. But I ask you: How is that angry men know more about female reproductive biology than scientists? More than gynecologists? More than . . women?

Walsh went on to assert that women whose health would be jeopardized if they carry their fetus to term are simply using the exception as a “tool” to get an abortion for “any reason.”

“With modern technology and science, you can’t find one instance… There’s no such exception as life of the mother. And as far as health of the mother, same thing, with advances in science and technology, health of the mother has become a tool for abortions anytime under any reason.”


Last year, Rep. Jackie Speier took to the House floor to defend Planned Parenthood in the midst of an effort to de-fund it. She spoke of having to undergo an abortion that sacrificed her future child. The procedure had to be done in order to save Jackie’s life.

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The Brotha who couldn’t stand Brotha Man

profiles in courage, teabaggers

Lloyd Marcus, the Tea Party’s Sammy Davis Jr. minus the brains, charm, talent, trailblazing, guts and self-esteem, is still sniping at our president. This time, Obama told black folks to be angry at Lloyd. Just for giving racists piggy back rides right into their neighborhoods.

A young black man called our team, Romney and Ryan “M-F-ers” before walking away. I went to find a restroom and passed a group of young blacks on a street corner murmuring about our tour buses. A young black staffer on our team said he thought he was going to have to break out his Chuck Norris skills.

Clearly, our team was at risk. I am grateful to report that the Lord had our backs and nothing serious happened. However, I could not help thinking, “This extreme racial tension and polarization is the fault of the irresponsible Chicago thug in the White House.”

Emphasis bitch. This is Lloyd’s schtick. He is forever engaged in sneering at his enemies — the Negroes who won’t give hand jobs to their former slave masters. That’s tragically little appreciation lent to the people who allowed them to be American after a couple centuries of niggling whipping, lynching and murder for fun and profit. They’re in no mood to join Lloyd singing lullabies at their Wonder Bread rallies. As mystery crimes go, it’s a doozy. He blames the Bigot-in-Chief.

We are all familiar with the numerous occasions in which our president has despicably used race . . Before knowing the facts, Obama said cops do profile blacks and Hispanics and that they acted stupidly in the Gates case. He said small town Americans cling to religion and guns and do not like those who do not look like them . .

In response to the Trayvon Martin shooting, Obama said if he had a son, he would look like Trayvon. Why is that relevant other than to interject race?

Ever heard the term ‘I can relate?’ A black Tea Partier, I’m betting ‘no.’ Trayvon was a teen, and Barack is a president. But you simply must poke your pumpkin head in our business to lecture us how black they both are. That’s how a personal remark at a press conference becomes a race president bludgeoning an unarmed brother with racism. I weep for your sensitive soul, I do.

This was good of you:

Obama launched a campaign ad titled, African-Americans for Obama. When is the Caucasian-Americans for Romney ad coming? The mainstream media would have a cow.

Here was my first Google:



Check out that banner, friends. It’s apparently the lone photograph they could find with an Hispanic in it. An Only. A ONE. Brown Person. Not so much as a muchacho in it. I’m not seeing anybody from Lloyd’s family either, surprise. The pariah lady, hooray!

Guffaw. ¿Y tú, por qué te ríes?


ADD: Yesterday one of Lloyd’s pals (who are an un-despicable and un-mindful-of-race-what-race? bunch) graced a Romney rally just so:

His point being the President started it.

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Joe Walsh attacks Sandra Fluke

how lovely, teabaggers

Kingly Joe Walsh holds court at the local diner. He is one furious tea bag. Sandra Fluke came on the television the other day. And she “confronted” him. How dare you, slut.

“Think about this, a 31-32 year old law student who has been a student for life, who gets up there in front of a national audience and tells the American people [*clap clap clap*] ‘I want America to pay for my contraceptives.’ You’re kidding me. Go get a JOB. Go get a job Sandra Fluke.”

Sandra never asked America to do that but it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter because Joe is a low-life who’s about to lose his job.

“We’ve got parents in this country who are struggling to buy sneakers that their kids can wear to school that just started.”

Now Joe cares. This is what unproductive low-lifes do when they’re about to lose their angry asshole paychecks. They suddenly worry about the poor tired worker people. Damn it! Why doesn’t Sandra care about you? The way I do? Get off their backs whore!

“We’ve got parents up and down my district who are barely keeping their house. And, and, and, and, and we have to be confronted by a woman, the Democratic Party, this is what they stand for. Their going to put a woman in front of us who is complaining that the country — you, me and you — won’t pay the 9 dollars per month to pay for her contraceptives.”

You too Democrats! Stop attacking these good people! Trollop tramps.

“We are raising these Sandra Flukes of the world. We’re raising Americans who don’t know how to take care of themselves, who feel entitled. This is a woman who feels entitled that we all should pay for her contraceptives. This is what we’re teaching Americans? That was embarrassing. That was embarrassing.”

Sandra never asked America for anything. But it doesn’t matter.

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Rep. Todd Akin is pro-life because post-rape lady defense molecules

derpes is not an STD, teabaggers

Say what?



You think ‘Nobody’s that stupid.’ And then the GOP finds another one.

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Starving the government (and the poor), in a dry Iowa nutshell

2012 campaign, teabaggers

Obama on the campaign trail in Iowa. After Speaker John Boehner released his bleating do-nothings to go home for an August nap, the President hit back at the Republicans for failing to pass the farm bill.

The US this year experienced its hottest ever July on record, a month that coincided with gridlock in Congress over the farm bill, legislation traditionally passed every five years that sets subsidies and a safety net for producers. . .

Mr Ryan is “one of those leaders of Congress standing in the way”, Mr Obama said. “So if you happen to see Congressman Ryan, tell him how important this farm bill is to Iowa and our rural communities.”

Why is Paul Ryan killing the farm bill? Because it funds food stamps. He hates food stamps. His Serious Budget targets them.

Legislators routinely put the stamps in the big farm bill because it’s a political win/win: rural politicians get farm money, city politicians get food for the struggling. Poor people get groceries, farmers get profits. It’s a tidy compromise. Good politics. Not any more.

Although the House agriculture committee agreed on a bill with a clear bipartisan majority of 35-11 on July 12, Mr Boehner took the unusual step of declining to bring the legislation to a full vote before Congress broke for its summer recess.

Some conservative Republican congressmen with links to the Tea Party movement oppose the bill and want deeper cuts to food stamp payments.

Hello, Serious Paul Ryan. Hello, partisan jagoffs:



You’re walking the razor edge of insanity when you’re to the right of Steve King. This is your current Republican nuthouse. See if you can follow the logic: Teabaggers and VP candidates have to separate the poor from government support. This must be done because, in some important place parallel to hell, this is wise. So the unfortunate can now no longer get all the food they want. But the American poor are of substantial size and hunger in this country. So the suppliers, the farmers, end up taking the hit.

What happens? Farmers would become even more dependent upon direct payments from the government to survive. Here comes one example: “Mr Obama announced a largely symbolic $170m purchase of pork, chicken, lamb and catfish ‘to help relieve pressure on American livestock producers during the drought’.” They need to sell their stocks now, before their meager feed reserves disappear — so it’s the government to the rescue. This, too, is wise. Because it’s wise to aid the farmer and foolish to save the poor.

Put it together, and Ryan and his pals would rather the government pay the extra money to buy the farmers’ food and stick it in some Spielbergian warehouse rather than see it eaten by the hungry. Or alternatively: We’ll pay more for farmers to grow nothing lest it screw up the high holy free market. Get it? It all makes good sense. This is why a farm bill full of nanny state grocery coupons is a partisan insanity that needs to be stopped as soon as possible. It’s Obama’s fault.

“Instead the president continues to blame anyone and everyone for the drought but himself,” [Boehner] said.

That’s his fault too. These people.

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2009 DHS extremism report right-wingers demanded apologies for proved to be good analysis

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April 7th, 2009. The Office of Intelligence and Analysis for the Department of Homeland Security releases [pdf] an assessment of homegrown extremist threats.

This product is one of a series of intelligence assessments published by the Extremism and Radicalization Branch to facilitate a greater understanding of the phenomenon of violent radicalization in the United States. The information is provided to federal, state, local, and tribal counterterrorism and law enforcement officials so they may effectively deter, prevent, preempt, or respond to terrorist attacks against the United States.

Under “Key Findings”:

Threats from white supremacist and violent antigovernment groups during 2009 have been largely rhetorical and have not indicated plans to carry out violent acts. Nevertheless, the consequences of a prolonged economic downturn—including real estate foreclosures, unemployment, and an inability to obtain credit—could create a fertile recruiting environment for rightwing extremists . .

And:

The possible passage of new restrictions on firearms and the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks.

Conservatives everywhere, more inspired than daunted by the Tea Party’s racist and secessionist rhetoric, reacted with fury. You’re talking about America’s patriots here, Mister Obama. You watch yourselves, Homeland Security Fondas. Michelle Malkin cranked up the outrage:

Confirmed: The Obama DHS hit job on conservatives is real
By Michelle Malkin • April 14, 2009 12:01 AM

The “report” (PDF file here) was one of the most embarrassingly shoddy pieces of propaganda I’d ever read out of DHS. I couldn’t believe it was real.

. . the piece of crap report issued on April 7 is a sweeping indictment of conservatives. And the intent is clear. As the two spokespeople I talked with on the phone today made clear: They both pinpointed the recent “economic downturn” and the “general state of the economy” for stoking “rightwing extremism.” One of the spokespeople said he was told that the report has been in the works for a year. My b.s. detector went off the chart, and yours will, too, if you read through the entire report . .

As we have unfortunately come to know, Wade Michael Page was the report’s “lone wolf extremist.” It’s as if he stepped right out of the pages of the DHS analysis and into the lives of Oak Creek Sikhs, with horrific consequences. Here, the white supremacist:

Mark Potok, a senior fellow at the nonprofit civil rights organization in Montgomery, Ala., said Page played in groups whose sometimes sinister-sounding names seemed to “reflect what he went out and actually did.” The music often talked about genocide against Jews and other minorities.

In a 2010 interview, Page told a white supremacist website that he became active in white-power music in 2000, when he left his native Colorado and started the band End Apathy in 2005.

The military veteran:

Page joined the military in Milwaukee in 1992 and was a repairman for the Hawk missile system before switching jobs to become one of the Army’s psychological operations specialists assigned to a battalion at Fort Bragg, N.C.

As a “psy-ops” specialist, Page would have trained to host public meetings between locals and American forces, use leaflet campaigns in a conflict zone or use loudspeakers to communicate with enemy soldiers. . .

Page was demoted in June 1998 for getting drunk while on duty and going AWOL, two defense officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to release information about the gunman.

Page also received extra duty and was fined. The defense officials said they had no other details about the incident, such as how long Page was gone or whether he turned himself in.

Add in the economic downturn:

Outside Fayetteville, N.C., a brick ranch house Page bought in 2007 with help from a Veterans Administration mortgage stood boarded up Monday with knee-high weeds in the yard. A notice taped to the front indicated the home was in foreclosure and had been sold to a bank in January.

Not with any glee, we say Malkin was wrong. The report wasn’t “crap,” it was accurate.

From my time writing this blog, I’d note that right-wingers sometimes seem to win on a particular issue because they’re capable of screaming louder and longer than your average, well-adjusted person. Let’s not now forget these disastrously poor counter-assessments [more Malkin]:

And echoing the anti-military bigotry last seen in that disgusting Penn State University training video, there’s this on p. 7:

(U) Disgruntled Military Veterans

(U//FOUO) DHS/I&A assesses that rightwing extremists will attempt to recruit and radicalize returning veterans in order to exploit their skills and knowledge derived from military training and combat. These skills and knowledge have the potential to boost the capabilities of extremists—including lone wolves or small terrorist cells—to carry out violence. . .

There’s no hackneyed left-wing stereotype of conservatives left behind in this DHS intelligence and analysis assessment.

Page was well-trained to carry out violence, more likely to carry out violence, and he was especially effective in doing so. Former soldiers are dangerous, it’s a fact. They themselves know this. Let’s remember the reactions of politicians, too:

A senior Republican Judiciary Committee aide tells FOX News that the Obama administration “should immediately retract the report and apologize,” saying that according to the report, pro-lifers, anyone who lost their jobs or are one of the thousands of military veterans who have fought to prevent another 9/11 could be suspect.

And:

U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-FL, told FOX News he was “offended” by the report’s suggestion that returning troops could be potential targets for extremist groups.

“I am very offended and really disturbed that they would even say our military veterans, our returning war heroes would be capable of committing any terrorist acts,” he said. “Where do they get off doing that? I demand an apology from [Napolitano] and even the President of the United States.”

Gus? Tim McVeigh? Pete Hegseth of Vets for Freedom:

“It’s amazing they would single out veterans as a threat to this country,” said Hegseth, an Army veteran who served in Iraq. “It underscores a pervasive belief that some are trying to spread that veterans are victims and we’re coming home as damaged goods that need to be coddled instead of celebrated.”

And:

. . American Legion National Commander David Rehbein blasted the report as incomplete and politically-biased.

“The American Legion is well aware and horrified at the pain inflicted during the Oklahoma City bombing, but Timothy McVeigh was only one of more than 42 million veterans who have worn this nation’s uniform during wartime,” Rehbein wrote. “To continue to use McVeigh as an example of the stereotypical ‘disgruntled military veteran’ is as unfair as using Osama bin Laden as the sole example of Islam.”

Yet we’re always looking out for Muslim extremists. Not to leave out the think tankers:

Herb London, president of the Hudson Institute, a Washington-based think tank, said DHS’ latest report “clearly appears to censor right-wing opinion,” while its earlier assessment of left-wing extremists does not . .

“What is the message here? That conservative organizations are not permitted to engage in any language that might be described as unfavorable to the president,” London said. “Keep in mind this is entirely subjective to begin with.”

Did it occur to anybody that the left-wing extremist report is so specific because the violent groups are so few? Just a thought.

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Greg Peterson, GOP Party Animal

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Here I am.

It’s me Greg Peterson. That’s right. Fuckin’ A Greg Fucking Peterson. How you like me? Blam! You like me (I hear you, ladies). Here it is, I’m gonna tell you about myself. I graduated from Brigham Young University. COUGARS. I’m a Tea Party animal, and I run Peterson Wealth Management. Check out PWM online, it would totally kick your ass. Owooo! But you gotta make more than $100,000 a year, alright, or don’t bother. K? Money roolz, hippies. Hey, I also know “Español, Russian, American English, British English.” Tallyhoo, seabiscuits and scones, stiff rubber lip.

Dude, what a total bummer day. Man. The Gregster got arrested. No shit. I’m being held on like a jillion dollars bail. The jail clowns crammed me into this bogus hole, dude. I sexually assaulted a few ladies I profiled online and in church blah blah. Heck I don’t even remember. I don’t even want to talk about it, really, and I don’t have to talk about it, like my lawyer says. I can just sit here for now. But hella depressing. Hey — did I tell you what a buddy I am with Mitt Romney?

Oh yeah.

Yeah way tight.

Like roommates. I hosted a fundraiser for Bro’ Money back in 2007. Pfft, it was nothin’. It’s what I do for my Utah homos. Ahhh! I bought a party cabin years ago up by Witts Lake in Heber. I invite the dudes up there, and the money really flies. We have some fun. Everybody comes. Seriously.

Everybody.

That’s not all. Check it. People know me.

That’s the next Veep! See? I told you. I’m thee Utah Tea Party guy. Dah Gregsteh. And I love to have fun. Like when I would have a party, or throw a fundraiser, or kidnap a lady for the purposes of committing “nine counts of forcible sexual abuse, seven counts of rape, three counts of object rape, two counts of aggravated kidnapping, forcible sodomy, assault, burglary and sexual battery,” I’d go to my cabin. I’d put an invite up on Facebook . .

Tell guard at gate that u r guests of Greg Peterson’s Moose Lodge on Witts Lake. Doesn’t that make you feel special? It should.

. . or I’d warn the lady that I kept a gun in my glove compartment and I would kill her unless she did what I said. Hey, here’s a picture of the place:

I’m not assaulting anybody there in that one. Unless you were hiding your wallet up your butthole, faggots. Ahhh! Good times.

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Joe Walsh: My legless opponent is a drama queen

2012 campaign, see you so long fare thee well, teabaggers

Representative Joe Walsh of Illinois is taking some heat today. It couldn’t happen to a nicer asswipe. Joe is locked in a tight race with Democratic candidate Tammy Duckworth. And man, is he piss-in-your-Tea-Party-Fruit-of-the-Looms terrified of her. Why?

Because Duckworth is a solid candidate and an intelligent woman. She’s also appealing to the eye. Better than that: she’s like visual catnip to the wingnut Republicans who would support Walsh. As they love the mere appearance of things, they can’t resist this:

A double amputee veteran. This makes Joe furious. This makes Joe lose his mind.

“What else has she done? Female, wounded veteran … ehhh,” he continued. “She is nothing more than a handpicked Washington bureaucrat.”

There she rolls, the typical legless bureaucrat. Well done, Joe. Over the weekend, he really unloaded on this Duckworth person. This military jerk. This self-serving ass:

“Understand something about John McCain. His political advisers, day after day, had to take him and almost throw him against a wall and hit him against the head and say, “Senator, you have to let people know you served! You have to talk about what you did!” He didn’t want to do it, wouldn’t do it. Day after day they had to convince him. Finally, he talked a little bit about it, but it was very uncomfortable for him. That’s what’s so noble about our heroes. Now I’m running against a woman who, my God, that’s all she talks about. Our true heroes, it’s the last thing in the world they talk about.”

Fake hero. Two-armed drama queen. Surgery suite starlet. How many times have you been to rehab there, Britney? Once for a looong time. Yeah, okay. Fuck these Hollywood types, I am sick of them.

First, he falsely and maliciously claims that Tammy Duckworth, a veteran who lost her legs in Iraq didn’t have much of a record of service. Now, he denigrates that same American hero for talking about how her experience shaped her worldview and strengthened her resolve to serve even more – a conversation that isn’t just legitimate to have, but crucial as America charts its course domestically and internationally. This is a new low for this deadbeat dad.

OH Christ almighty, it’s Votevets.org. You wanna piece of Joe, huh? Well, somebody had to do something about all the spending, okay? Joe was willing to sacrifice his children for his politics. Also for a nicer car, with some sweet power windows and keyless remote. And that’s why he’s the real deal, khaki losers.

We are past the point of calling on Joe Walsh to apologize. He should step aside and stop embarrassing his district and America.

Blah blah Army divas. But to Joe’s point: You never see John McCain campaigning on his military service. Or on his sacrifice. Huh? Well?

“. . listen, pal, I spent 22 years in the Navy. My father was in the Navy. My grandfather was in the Navy. We in the military service tend to move a lot. We have to live in all parts of the country, all parts of the world. I wish I could have had the luxury, like you, of growing up and living and spending my entire life in a nice place like the First District of Arizona, but I was doing other things. As a matter of fact, when I think about it now, the place I lived longest in my life was Hanoi.”

See?

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Governor Scott Walker fathered out-of-wedlock child, wanted to abort it

*holes, abortion, teabaggers

Wisconsin Citizens Media Co-op reports:

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Tuesday afternoon’s recall target, goggle-eyed homunculus hired by Koch Industries to manage its midwest subsidiary formerly known as the state of Wisconsin®, isn’t what he appears to be?

Self-banging Tea Party skank. Dedicated enemy of the working stiff. Assassin for the national big-business bully brigade. Point man for the cradle-to-grave poverty interests. A whopping butthole too, along with all that, but not the Jeezus-trembler he’d have us believe.

No, if true, Scott Walker isn’t the man of steadfast principles and moral steel he’s been imitating on the TV, before the voters, around the polling stations. He’s your extra sonuvabitch. A “You’re pregnant so what’s that got to do with me?” kind of guy.

Bernadette Gillick was a college freshman in 1988 when she first met Scott Walker. It was spring semester, and she had just transferred to Marquette University. She was assigned a room in O’Donnell Hall (then a women’s dormitory), which she shared with her new roommate, Ruth (not her real name). Ruth was dating Scott Walker, who was 20 at the time, and, according to Bernadette, Ruth was deeply in love with him.

Midway through that spring semester, Bernadette alleges, Ruth found out she was pregnant. She informed her boyfriend, Scott, and initially he was supportive. That support changed to callous indifference for his girlfriend’s predicament after Scott informed his parents of the pregnancy.

Bernadette reports that at this point Scott began denying that he was the father of the baby, and when Ruth said she was considering an abortion, he claimed he didn’t care, as he wasn’t the father anyway . .

AHEM:

“Walker has stated that he is ’100% pro-life’ and that he believes life should be protected from conception to natural death. He opposes abortion in all circumstances, including in cases of rape, incest, or to protect the life of the mother. He supports abstinence-only sex education in the public schools, and opposes state supported clinical services that provide birth control and testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases to teens under the age of 18 without parental consent. He supports the right of pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions for contraceptives on religious or moral grounds . . ”

“I supported her as he went from encouraging her to get an abortion, to telling me it was in my best interest to keep my mouth shut, to denying that he was the father and having his own mother call her and tell her to stop erroneously accusing her son of paternity,” Bernadette recounts.

It was a “horrible time” for her friend. “Imagine her being 18 years old and pregnant, walking around Marquette’s Jesuit Catholic campus with her boyfriend denying he was the father,” says Bernadette. . .

After consulting with her family, Ruth decided against an abortion. Bernadette was with Ruth in the hospital for the birth of her child later that year (and says Walker was not present), and later stood up as a bridesmaid in Ruth’s 1992 marriage to another man. She says Walker eventually had to concede that he was the father, after the birth and paternity test.

. . so if having a nasty turd for your governor makes Wisconsin any much better, vote for Scottie. If not, recall the bastard.

UPDATE: Latest says the whole story is wrong, that the father was another Scott Walker at Marquette. Well, if this is case, I sincerely apologize to the sonuvabitch. By the way, if having a nasty turd for your governor makes Wisconsin any much better, vote for Scottie. If not, recall the bastard.

UPDATE II: Okay, it wasn’t the other Scott Walker. So who was it? Gillick stands by her assertion:

According to Dr. Gillick’s attorney, Michael Fargione, who was present for an interview of Dr. Gillick conducted by Dave Umhoefer from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel last week, he asked Dr. Gillick, “How do you know it was this Scott Walker?” She told him she had multiple conversations with him because her roommate was dating him. She exchanged words with him directly and in person after, as she alleges, he turned on her roommate once she notified him of her pregnancy and became unsupportive of her. “There is no mistake that it’s him,” she said.

So the only one denying it is the child’s mother. Who may have never told the child who her/his real father was, understandably. It’s currently the big story in politics, and the Governor remains stone silent, two days before the recall. Hmm. Tick-tock tick-tock . .

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