Wanted: These RINO bastards for selling out taxpayers!

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Cap-and-Tax 8 Watch: Follow the money

Call em up and say “howdy” you sellout piece of shit! Thanks for screwing us.  

Bono Mack (CA) (202) 225-5330
Castle (DE) (202) 225-4165
Kirk (IL) (202) 225-4835 (And he’s seriously considering running for Senate!)
Lance (NJ) (202) 225-5361
LoBiondo (NJ) (202) 225-6572
McHugh (NY) (202) 225-4611
Reichert (WA) (202) 225-7761
Smith (NJ) (202) 225-3765

We are all energized as we see the socialist destruction of our country underway by the Magic Negro, Congress and his liberal media and other mindless leftist minions.

However we seriously need to get rid of these bitch ass RINO Republicans in the 2010 and 2012 Senate and House primaries. Snowe, Collins, Specter, McCain, Graham, Hatch, Bennett for starters and these 8 jackasses must be retired and replaced with true conservatives. The days of “reaching across the aisle” and “my good friend” crap are over. We need to keep our boots on these sellout pricks throats to ensure that when they talk a bunch of conservative bullshit during their campaign runs they remain conservatives and don’t catch “Progressive” Potomac fever.

24 comments

  1. 1
    LC hilljohnny says:

    we must encourage the few conservatives left in the senate to fight the “kneecapping trade” bill

  2. 2

    Now that’d make a custom mud-flap suitable for the job.
    10-10,, You want’a set?

    Nicely Done LC Gaius,, did that y’self?

  3. 3
    Imperial Stormtrooper says:

    Looking at the picture that LC Gaius posted, don’t y’all think that the guy, Frank LoBiondo from NJ, looks like a freak of nature?

  4. 4
    LadderLogic says:

    Mark Kirk, who happens to represent me in Congress, came up with some explanation:

    http://www.house.gov/apps/list/speech/il10_kirk/aces_blog.html

    For what it’s worth. I tend to respect the guy, but this one got me thinking.

  5. 5

    Bono Mack (CA) has turned out to be a disappointment like the governator. Her husband was a businessman and knew what it took to work hard to get ahead. She’s living off his name and his royalties and going soft.

    4 @ LadderLogic:

    Your guy sez:

    I voted in favor of the legislation to address these problems, looking forward to major improvements in the Senate.

    And if it actually happened to pass the Senate? He helped get it that far.

    Politics!

    He says he wants something better…but…but this shows that he realy cares about the environment. That just doesn’t cut it with me anymore. If the bill is wrong, the Repubs (and any other sane person in that swamp) have got to stop it, or at least fight it until it’s right.

    From his site:

    There is now a growing scientific consensus that the level of atmospheric carbon dioxide affects average temperatures. According to the National Academy of Scientists, carbon dioxide levels rose to a high of 290 parts per million 130,000 years ago, causing a 20 degree increase in temperature.

    130,000 years ago.. What caused this CO2 increase and did this kill off all animals living then or did they flourish during this “climate change”.

    According to NASA, the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere rose from a pre-industrial level of 280 parts per million in 1850 to 385 parts per million today. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the rate of increase is accelerating, from 376 parts per million in 2004 to 385 today. The National Academy of Sciences reports that the earth’s average temperature already increased by 1.4°F, from 56.8°F in 1920 to 58.2°F in 2007. NOAA also reports that due to a 30% drop in winter ice covering the Great Lakes since 1972, evaporation may be the cause of Lake Michigan’s declining water level

    But nobody mentions that the Antarctic icepack is growing, nor that we’ve been coming out of the “Little Ice Age” since the turn of the 1800’s, a whole 200 years.

    That current indications are that we a slipping into a cooling phase needs to be suppressed just makes me worry more for our future.

    I just don’t buy his rationale. There is just too much at stake.

  6. 6
    kwongdzu says:

    Great. Fuckface Franken has been declared the winner. Just in time to vote on a health bill AND cap and trade.

    Al Franken

  7. 7

    You know I’m thinking that this wanted poster blown up nice and big would make a great shooting target, that Al “shit for brains dickhead” Franken pic would make a nice target too.

  8. 8
    Sir Fresh Sign says:

    just got back from meeting Mary and Kent/Caveman and their daughter…

    Mary looked wonderful and is in great hands at Stanford. Didn’t realize Kent was such a handsome guy!

  9. 9
    DaToad says:

    And from the Great State of Arizona, don’t forget to add Jeff Flake. It wasn’t important enough for him to even show up to vote.

    Piss on them all…

  10. 10
    Sir Fresh Sign says:

    should any effort be made to pat the Dems on the back that voted against, and copy the RINOs?

  11. 11
    lc purple raider says:

    should any effort be made to pat the Dems on the back that voted against, and copy the RINOs?

    Not just no, but hell no.

    The Demomarxist leadership said to the congresscritters in tough districts to go ahead and vote no, because they had the 8 votes above in their pocket.

    I’m sure that if the vote was even closer, some Demomarxists would have had their arm twisted out of their socket.

  12. 12
    Sir Fresh Sign says:

    thanks Purple Raider, gullible me thought they did so out of conscience….

  13. 13
    LC HJ Caveman82952 says:

    Oddly enough, the republican party called me last night. Not being in a particularly charitable mood, I told her how I felt and what I believed. “You RINOS sold us out! I know you bastards will screw us financially, just like the democrats, but at least some of you defended conservative beliefs and principles! Now I hear you want to marginalize we social conservatives, saying we damage the party! You are no different than the democrats, as a matter of fact, you are worse. Traitors always are. You offer me nothing! I will not vote for you or support you. I am an independent conservative. And by the way, when are you going to seal the border and by the way, where have all our jobs gone, the ones the illegals couldn’t or didn’t take?
    I didn’t cuss or call her names, and I managed to simply hang up the phone before I could.
    She didn’t call back…………
    Fuck those assholes, demorat lite is still demorat….
    I prefer to think of nicer things in life right now.

  14. 14
    PB says:

    The gop is not getting another cent of my money until they kick these rinos and the two senators from ME out of the party. While they are at it, they can remove Mr. Steel from his position and get someone who truely will fight for the party.

    In addition, Sen. Kay Bailey-Hutchison is planning to run for gov of TX. She voted for the bailouts last fall because she said it included the code to let Texans itemize their sales tax. Big whoop, that saved me all of $5.00. So, we lose a true moderate as a senator and who knows what we will end up with in her place. But, one thing I know, I will never vote for her again!

  15. 15
    LC Guy S says:

    There is now a growing scientific consensus that the level of atmospheric carbon dioxide affects average temperatures.

    Since when, Congressman Kirk, has consensus in and of itself, ever been the proper stance for the scientific community to support as the “facts” or “truth” of the matter. It has been proven on more than one occasion that much of the data used to arrive at many of the conclusions IRT global warming and or climate change, is at best incomplete, and at worst, out and out fabrication. To stand by “consensus” is much like what the Catholic Church did to Galileo. The “consensus” was that the earth “did not move”. Galileo privately felt Copernicus’s theory that the earth did in fact move, was correct, even while publicly giving equal weight to both existing theories at that time. Unfortunately, the Church felt Galileo overstepped his boundaries in one of his published works, and thus (apparently) going against the “consensus” of that time, (and the Church) he was excommunicated.

    You can keep your good intent Congressman, give me my country back.

  16. 16
    Wreckerboy says:

    kwongdzu sez:

    Great. Fuckface Franken has been declared the winner. Just in time to vote on a health bill AND cap and trade.

    Where is my Brain Bleach™ at ?? I will take two pallets.

  17. 17
    LC Xystus says:

    To stand by “consensus” is much like what the Catholic Church did to Galileo.

    It was reportedly Aristotelian (old-fashioned) scientists who started the trouble–for which the CC ended up the fall guy.

  18. 18
    WayneB says:

    Organizing to get as many as possible of the non-Representative incumbents voted out and replaced with new blood would be a good start. We were never supposed to have career politicians, but I doubt there will be a viable way to put Term Limits on Congress.

  19. 19

    However we seriously need to get rid of these bitch ass RINO Republicans in the 2010 and 2012 Senate and House primaries. Snowe, Collins, Specter, McCain, Graham, Hatch, Bennett for starters and these 8 jackasses must be retired and replaced with true conservatives. The days of “reaching across the aisle” and “my good friend” crap are over. We need to keep our boots on these sellout pricks throats to ensure that when they talk a bunch of conservative bullshit during their campaign runs they remain conservatives and don’t catch “Progressive” Potomac fever.

    Precisely.

  20. 20

    PB sez:

    In addition, Sen. Kay Bailey-Hutchison is planning to run for gov of TX.

    That bouffant bitch can just keep on running, right through Texas and head for the coast because I’m not voting for that Bobbsey Twin Reject. She’s proven to be a RINO after McCain’s own heart and I’ll vote for freaky Kinky if I have to. Perry’s running again, so I guess I’ll have to go with him, but he reminds me way too much of slick Romney and I know he’s only setting himself up for a run for the White House in 2012. He’s making all the right noise right now, with the 10th Amendment, Tea Parties, Stimulus etc., but when you look under the hood, he’s still just a big time politician.

  21. 21
    PB says:

    @ LC Mrs. M-ITT™-Imperial Sniper:
    I did vote for Kinky the last go around. It really surprised my neighbors when I put the Kinky signs in the yard. I would vote for him again, but he is running as a democrat and not independent this time.

    I have a hard time with Perry, he wants to turn all of the roads into Spanish tollroads. I am going to have a hard time finding someone to back in the governors race.

  22. 22
    LC Fmwoods01 says:

    Wasn’t it Samuel Clemens that said “Politicians should be limited to two terms. One term in office, one in jail.”?

    D’

  23. 23
    LC Aggie Sith, a goddess, only different.... says:

    PB and Mrs. M-ITT,

    I hear y’all…I loved KBH when she was a conservative, back in the day. I still admire her for her love of Texas (walk down to her office in DC and there is a HUGE flag of Texas as you go around the corner to the door). But she is a McCain Wannabe, and that I cannot abide.

    Rick Perry…well, he is an Aggie, but although I bleed maroon, I can see past school loyalties. He is a RINO, and scared shitless of the “Bobsey Twin Reject” (Thanks, Mrs. M!!! I’m still ROFL). The thing with him is, we can pressure him into keeping some of the promises he makes. KBH is still an unknown quantity as far as governing goes.

    when you look under the hood, he’s still just a big time politician

    Begging your pardon, Mrs. M, but ALL of them are big time politicians.

    Except Kinky…under the hood he’s a one of the little green men from Roswell.

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    AyUaxe says:

    In regards to LC Aggie Sith, a goddess, only different….’s comment @ :

    Except Kinky…under the hood he’s a one of the little green men from Roswell.

    I do like Kinky Friedman–he’s tops in every metric by which I judge a candidate:

    Do dogs like him–yes. Is he for personal freedom, including freedom to smoke and drink–yes.
    Does he have a good nickname–yes. Will he completely F-up government if allowed on the inside–yes!

    The more wrenches there are in the works of the legislative branch of federal government, the better.

    Unfortunately, douchebag or idiot presidents and judges are a different matter.

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