Got 15 minutes handy? OH YES YOU DO. Because here is United States Senate candidate for Kentucky Alison Lundergan Grimes, at some sort of Real Murican smalltown Heartland hoedown Lottery, yelling at Mitch McConnell that he is a useless old fucktard, TO HIS FACE. And it’s on split screen, so you can see his face as her stiletto heel grinds down. Oh man. It is no Trump’s face while Bamz laughed in it, in person. Rather than snitty anger, he looks totally befuddled. And it is marvelous. But back to Alison Lundergan Grimes. So pretty! And those cadences. Do you hear an echo of the sainted Ann Richards too? Then McConnell comes on and makes jokes about the president golfing. Probably teleprompterz too, who can listen that long. Send some money, fuckers. You know you want a hot bitch in the Senate.
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Conservatives are freaking out because President Obama said that the United States tortured “some folks” after 9/11.
"I guess Democrats just worry about money in their pocket, what they and their friends are doing. They’re not worried about us small people. The Republicans, they are the ones that know - raised up like we have, you know. Know what it’s like, what we need, what shouldn’t be taken away. If there weren’t government programs, it would be a ghost town," Miller said.
By a vote of 227-195, the House voted to move forward with John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama.
The debate before the vote featured Democrats calling the lawsuit stupid and a waste of time, while Republicans claimed that they had no idea what the Democrats were talking about.
Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) said that the lawsuit was an attempt to placate the birthers and the tea partiers, but they will never be satisfied. He also said that Republicans are devastated that the ACA is working. McGovern said, “This is show business at its worst. Enough of this stupidity.”
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) blocked a Senate resolution that would have simply stated that climate change is real, citing various reasons and conspiracies. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) provided a thorough debunking.
This flier was distributed in the Dallas Times shortly before Kennedy’s arrival. It’s instructive to see that the same political factions are using the same kind of language against the current office holder. Their fiery words against Kennedy have been relegated to the dustbin of history though; it stands as a mere curiosity. Today’s Tea Party will earn the same dismissive footnote of history.