Schmuck?

…as if anybody ever for a second believed that $chtupak’s “Executive Order Concession” was anything but a cover for the now most famous male prostitute in Congress, here’s the confirmation:

President Obama signed the Senate health care bill into law Tuesday. He did not sign the executive order on abortion negotiated with Michigan Democratic Congressman Bart Stupak in an 11th-hour arrangement that may well have saved the entire health care reform effort.

A White House official told Fox, Obama will not sign the Executive Order Tuesday and has set no specific date to do so. Stupak predicted Obama would sign the order later this week. The White House said only that Obama would sign the order “soon.”

…as in “the twelfth of never.” Not that it matters. Ogabe, no matter what the fawning, cock-sucking press tries to convince him, isn’t capable of changing existing law by executive order. Everybody with half a brain knew that, which obviously excludes every schmuck who ever voted for Baby-Killer $tupak.

Such a cheap whore but, then again, that says a whole lot more about the clowns who voted for him than it does about him.

Not that Petukh $tupak is about to let the facts of life interrupt his masturbatory delusions of adequacy:

Stupak released a statement today defending the as-yet-unsigned executive order, placing it on a list of other significant orders that included Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Emancipation Proclamation and Harry Truman’s 1948 order desegregating the U.S. armed forces.

The main difference being that both of those were actually, you know, signed by the president as opposed to just being waved around as cheap cover for the president’s latest man-bitch.

Wipe your chin, Bart. Those strings of spooge running out of the corners of your pie hole are quite unseemly.

“Just a gigolo, just a gigolo…”

Pity you weren’t terminated as a result of federally funded abortion.

That would have made it almost worth it, seeing as how the best part of you ran down your syphilitic sow mama’s legs.

Thatisall.

35 comments

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    Lady H bloviates:

    He’ll have egg all over his face.

    Color me not surprised. At all.

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    Oh, and did you hear? Stupak Stupid is now petulantly whining about how hurt his widdle feewings are because Neugebauer called him a “baby killer,” and he’s demanding a full apology to Congress.

    ARE YOU FUCKING SHITTING ME? I’m blogging on this later, but here’s what I’m going to say.

    I’m SICK. AND. TIRED. of festering ass sores in Washington playing fast and loose with this nation’s laws, violating every principle of decency, honor, freedom and integrity, and then whining about decorum when called on it by their fellow legislators.

    I don’t know what Neugebauer’s intent was. I don’t know whether he really meant the bill was a “baby killer” or Stupid was. I don’t know, and I don’t care. Abortion is already legal in this country, so the insult hurled at neither the bill nor Stupid was new or different. But that’s irrelevant to me.

    What I DO give a damn about is the petulant, self-righteous pouting perpetuated by someone who literally betrayed every principle he claimed to hold, betrayed America, betrayed those he was elected to represent and betrayed his duty to support the Constitution about how he’s all insulted and wants a public apology!

    Fuck you, Stupak!

    You sold your country and your duty out for a couple of airports and a vague promise about abortion funding, and now you’re demanding a public apology when called out on your treachery?

    Whatever.

    He’d BETTER NOT apologize!!!

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    L.C. Mope, Imperial Homeless Person bloviates:

    It gets better, Sire.

    WASHINGTON – The No. 2 Senate Democrat [Durbin] accused Republicans Wednesday of refusing to accept the finality of health care changes, a day after President Barack Obama signed the most sweeping medical system remake since Medicare.

    Not only have they not issued the executive order, but the Senate hasn’t seen the ‘fix’ bill yet. It ain’t final until after November.

    Time to buy a new rope.

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    LC Scott bloviates:

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    Light29ID bloviates:

    I think this would be great match for the Imperial Coliseum Romper Room. I got Nikki with a KO by the 5th.

    :em99:

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    harleycowboy bloviates:

    Start the bus Joe, I’ve got another one to throw under it.

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    readerjp bloviates:

    I would like someone to comment on this article I found on my home page this morning.

    FACT CHECK: Spinning the new health care law

    The tumultuous health care debate that brought you death panels and socialism has spun off a catalog of popular myths that will keep growing as President Barack Obama and all sides battle toward the midterm elections this fall.

    Here’s a look at some of the myths and realities, from both sides of the issue:

    • Obama has put the nation on a slippery slope toward socialism.

    Hello? Government’s role in health care has been steadily growing since Medicare and Medicaid were established 45 years ago. Even if Republicans were to take control of Washington and repeal this bill, government would still be on track to pick up more than half the nation’s health care tab by 2012, according to a report last month from Medicare.

    Aren’t Medicaid and Medicare broke?

    “The Republican myth is that the government is for the first time going to take over the health care sector,” said economist Joe Antos of the business-oriented American Enterprise Institute. “The takeover was probably largely accomplished in 1965 with the creation of Medicare and Medicaid. Since the early days, Medicare has called the shots on a lot of policy issues that private insurance fell in line with.”

    Still, the new law will undoubtedly expand the government’s influence. Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., warned Tuesday it will lead to the “quasi-nationalization of the health industry.”

    Underline “quasi.” Democrats dropped their idea of a government insurance plan to compete with private carriers. So any “socialization” will be channeled through Wellpoint, UnitedHealthcare and other private insurance giants.

    You will be forced to pay for other people’s abortions.

    Only if you join a health insurance plan that covers abortion. In that case, the costs of paying for abortions would be spread over all the enrollees in the plan — no differently from how other medical procedures are handled, except a policyholder would have to write a separate check for it.

    • The Democratic bill will lead to government health care rationing.

    The legislation sets up a research center to compare the effectiveness of medical treatments, and critics fear that bureaucrats will start issuing justifications for denying patients access to the latest medical technology.

    Republicans as well as Democrats had previously called for a major investment in such research to help make sense of which kinds of treatments, medications and technologies are worth the cost.

    The legislation specifies that the research findings cannot be used to impose mandates, guidelines or recommendations for payment, coverage, or treatment — or used to deny coverage.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100323/ap_on_bi_ge/us_health_overhaul_fact_check

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    You don’t think there was some arm-twisting and political pressuring going on there? Lemme see, being called “traitor”, and “anti-American” that close to 9/11 tends to cloud the judgment of many people.

    Look, I am NOT going to disagree with you that this particular bill stinks — it does. The POINT initially brought in this thread was about Stupak and whether he was getting stiffed by Obama on the Executive Order. I opined that it was way out of line for him to be called a “baby raper” just because he voted for this pile of shit. I also said that it isn’t very likely that Obama will stiff him on the EO, that these things take a little time.

    What I am saying is that it is unfair to Stupak — who has is strong moral values on abortion intact — to be vilified in THAT way.

    Actually, there wasn’t arm-twisting. They all marched in lockstep like good little panicky rats on that one. And again, no comparison to the PATRIOT Act. It passed OVERWHELMINGLY and legally – without parlor tricks.

    And AGAIN – Stupak was not only issued an apology, it was explained to him that “baby killer” (not baby raper) didn’t refer to him personally. He whined and moaned that this wasn’t enough. Why? My bet is that he knew that an EO wasn’t a good enough compromise, he knew he was going to get flak for that particular compromise and he facilitated the passage of one of the shittiest bills ever!

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    LC Rurik bloviates:

    Sire,

    Might I humbly suggest a great compromise, one which might solve the entirre abortion-funding dispute, and much else as well:

    I propose that abortions be forbidden for all Conservatives, Reactionaries, and Right-of-Center-Republicans. For all Liberals, Democrats, Socialists, Progressives (sic), Left-Libertarians and other Radical Leftists, abortion should be freely available, without restriction. In fact for them, abortion should be mandatory.

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    LC Rurik said the following:

    Sire,
    Might I humbly suggest a great compromise, one which might solve the entirre abortion-funding dispute, and much else as well:
    I propose that abortions be forbidden for all Conservatives, Reactionaries, and Right-of-Center-Republicans. For all Liberals, Democrats, Socialists, Progressives (sic), Left-Libertarians and other Radical Leftists, abortion should be freely available, without restriction. In fact for them, abortion should be mandatory.

    I SECOND THE MOTION!!!!!!!

    :em93:

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    WayneB bloviates:

    As I posted elsewhere today:

    To paraphrase P.T. Barnum: There’s a Stupak born every minute.

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    rumcrook bloviates:

    fuck stupack.

    he achieved nothing.

    he should have stood by his principles (now we know he has none) and let the chips fall where they may.

    period.

    all the dribble about what he got from the pResident is meaningless.

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    WayneB bloviates:

    As far as Stupak’s apology goes, I would tell him that I’ll be making one just as soon as Alan Grayson gets done making his.

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    Tallulah bloviates:

    In related news: Ann Coulter is silenced by a 1000-strong mob in a Canadian “university.”

    http://newsmax.com/InsideCover/Protest-Cancels-Coulter-Ottawa/2010/03/24/id/353710?s=al&promo_code=9A41-1

    Hear the jackboots marching?

    The Washington Post has a whiny anti-Glen Beck piece by Howard Kurtz, complaining that unnamed “staffers” at Fox News are bitching that Beck is damaging Fox’s credibility as a news organization. Meanwhile, Keith Olbermann’s deranged rants lend the luster of impartiality to MSNBC.

    Nota bene: Fox staffers donated 50% to the Dims. But even a half-and-half news organization is too much to bear for the Leftists. IT MUST BE ELIMINATED.

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    Lizard bloviates:

    DJ he was not publically called a “baby killer” the phrase that was used was “it’s a baby killer” referring to the bill. In anycase the apology was made but instead of remembering what he should have learned in Kindergarten Stupak is still whinning about it.

    My question is why would he keep whinning about it, the reason is because he knows he just lost a ton of votes because many(my sister-in-law is one of these) conservatives in MI voted for him based solely on his anti-abortion stance which he has now lost so he is whinning more because he knows his re-election is in jeopardy now.

    Yes, Obama signed the EO(which DJ I am sure was in the works since last week-sorry don’t buy your argument that they needed more time) but Obama still stuck it to Stupak for making him do such a thing by waiting therefore calling more attention to it and to Stupak’s voters. That is just my opinion DJ but kinda goes with the way Rahm does things.

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    sleeper bloviates:

    Are we supposed to believe Stupak traded his vote for the promise of an executive order?

    Pelosi “Say, Bart, nice family you got there. Be a shame if something, y’know, ‘happened’ to ’em.

    So here’s how it’s gonna be. You vote yes, and you say it’s because you received ‘assurances’, see? ”

    Yeah, he’ll sign it. Meaningless.

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    Lizard bloviates:

    The problem is, that it seems to be alright these days to publicly call Barney Franks a “faggot”, and Clayburn a “nigger” and Stupak a “baby killer” just because someone on the Right disagrees with them on something. It is an ugly discourse in this country, and it seems to be getting worse.

    DJ Barney Frank started the name calling and ONE person called him that and was immediately admonished by the protestors. Yes he should never have been called that name and don’t think he deserved it but for a Congressman to yell foul language at protestors tells me he was in a way getting back what he was giving.(Does anyone believe that Barney has never used the F word as his spokesperson tried to convince us of???)

    As for the use of the “N” word – let me state this very clearly so you don’t get confused THAT WORD SHOULD NEVER BE USED BY ANYONE. That being said there is no collaboration that the word was ever used. I was not there and neither were you so we can never know but again the use of that was quickly condemned.

    Oh and since I have been called far worse names by liberals based solely on the fact that I am white I think it is found on both sides and to only blame one side is falling for the whole “we are so oppressed and beaten down by others” mentality.

    Oh and the UGLY DISCOURSE was made worse by elected officials stating that they know better what we need and that those who oppose are too stupid and should sit down and shut up.

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    LC Roguetek bloviates:

    I noticed you never actually answered any of Nicki’s points, DJ.

    nice dance moves.

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    Grammar Czar bloviates:

    Lizard, I think it’s ironic that the libtards are whining about being called names, but how many names was Bush called? Shrub, Chimpy, Hitler, ChimpyMcBushitler, Nazi, and a few others I have forgotten

    Of course, it was all right then because after all, it was BUSH, and we all know how evil he was.

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    LC hilljohnny bloviates:

    so the executive order has been signed and government funded convenience abortions are forbidden. does this mean when the turkey mutates into completely nationalized heathcare with the government as the sole payer convenience abortions will be no more?

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    LC Xystus bloviates:

    WayneB said the following:

    As far as Stupak’s apology goes, I would tell him that I’ll be making one just as soon as Alan Grayson gets done making his.

    Grayson lies!

    DJ, ITW:

    C’mon, Liz. This has been getting exponentially worse as time has rolled on. Yes, we have ALL been called names, but lately the names are getting more and more personal, and for no real necessity.

    Now that Dims are–allegedly–on the receiving end, we have obviously crossed the line, oh yes Precious!

    Congressman-For-Life Barney Fudd should beat up Phred PHellps & his family of phuqqers; that would impress! Till then he’s just another @$$#0£€ on the Hill, though a rather odious one.

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    @ LC Xystus:
    I’ll volunteer to beat the shit out of Phelps and his entire family. Using cricket bats dipped in hot tar, broken glass and wrapped in barbed wire. Guess which point of contact will receive said cricket bat first?

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    ‘Be glad to standby with the truck, ‘case ya need anything else from the hardware store Nicki. :em93:

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    @ LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech:
    I think this may do for now, but I may need you to go to a pharmacy later, pick me out the largest enema you can find and grab some battery acid at the auto parts store, please! :em93:

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    lc purple raider bloviates:

    Yes, and he may have been a choir boy when he was a child. The important thing is what does he do NOW? Who currently pays his salary?

    Funny, that’s not what you told me.

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    Kristopher, LC bloviates:

    DJ:

    Stupak and a bunch of other Democrats are going to burn over this one, regardless.

    We will make them pay in November.

    And if we get a large enough majority, this socialist bullshit is going to be tossed out, or at least de-funded.

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    And just in case y’all had any doubts at all that what these fetid fuckbags passed is anything short of socialism, consider the praise coming from Fidel Castro.

    Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Thursday declared passage of American health care reform “a miracle” and a major victory for Obama’s presidency, but couldn’t help chide the United States for taking so long to enact what communist Cuba achieved decades ago.

    “We consider health reform to have been an important battle and a success of his (Obama’s) government,” Castro wrote in an essay published in state media, adding that it would strengthen the president’s hand against lobbyists and “mercenaries.”

    Is it any wonder, they had to twist arms, bribe, and use legislative parlor tricks to pass this toad of a bill?

    Fucking Castro.

    :em98:

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    LC Xystus bloviates:

    DJ, ITW:

    Kristopher, LC said the following:

    “Stupak and a bunch of other Democrats are going to burn over this one, regardless.”

    Yeah, I see the Christian Values folk are right there with their lovely chatter:

    Funny, I’m fairly sure that LC Kristopher has espoused atheism here. :em02:

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    Kristopher, LC bloviates:

    LC Xystus said the following:

    DJ, ITW:
    Kristopher, LC said the following:
    “Stupak and a bunch of other Democrats are going to burn over this one, regardless.”
    Yeah, I see the Christian Values folk are right there with their lovely chatter:

    Funny, I’m fairly sure that LC Kristopher has espoused atheism here.

    Atheist conservatives are a concept the left seems to have difficulty getting their heads bent around. Of course that does cut both ways … because I’m not a god botherer, I’ve had folks on the right assume I was some kind of communist and/or queer … I love bitch slapping those morons as well.

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    Kristopher, LC bloviates:

    Then maybe you shouldn’t use my post as an example of a form of fundamentalist bigotry?

    Assuming that you were talking about me was kinda easy, since the statement you made was directly under something you quoted from my post. That is the usual format for posts, correct?

    Qout something someone said, then comment about said quote, and not something unrelated, like say, the weather at McMurdo Sound?

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    Mudshark bloviates:

    NOW I KNOW IT IS THE END OF THE WORLD!

    A mistake has been made, an apology offered, and without 5000 words of explanation.

    OH, WOE IS ME!

    FROM THE PSYCH WARD, :em95:

    Mudshark

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