Friday, August 26, 2016

Republican solution for everything: Guns and Name Calling.

Oh sure, not every Republicans is like this, blah, blah, blah....

AP: Republican Gov. Paul LePage has unleashed an obscene tirade on a Democratic legislator, leaving him a voicemail message that said "I am after you" and telling reporters he wished it were 1825 so he could challenge the lawmaker to a duel and point a gun between his eyes.
Supposedly, a Democratic legislator called him a racist. But seriously folks, LePage is a racist:


LePage (made) racially insensitive comments Wednesday at a town hall where he said photos he's collected in a binder of drug dealers arrested in the state showed that 90 percent of them "are black and Hispanic people from Waterbury, Connecticut; the Bronx; and Brooklyn." In January, Paul LePage said drug dealers with names like "D-Money, Smoothie, Shifty" are getting Maine's white girls pregnant. He later apologized, saying he meant to say "Maine women" and not "white women."
Whether Democratic Rep. Drew Gattine of Westbrook called LePage a racist or not, the governors knuckle dragging, school yard bully response is now standard operating procedure for the Republican Party. Maine voters intentionally picked this guy as their "leader," believe it or not, twice, because they think like him:

"I want you to prove that I'm a racist. I want you to record this and make it public because I am after you. When a snot-nosed little guy from Westbrook calls me a racist, now I'd like him to come up here because, tell you right now, I wish it were 1825. And we would have a duel, that's how angry I am, and I would not put my gun in the air, I guarantee you, I would not be (Alexander) Hamilton. I would point it right between his eyes because he is a snot-nosed little runt and he has not done a damn thing since he's been in this Legislature to help move the state forward." -LePage
Like Trump, LePage is another fine example of how to blame everyone else, not to deal with problems, not take responsibility, not act like an adult and how use a gun to solve problems. 


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why do evil, worthless people get elected to office in this country? We have Walker, who has attacked rural Wis as well as the larger cities. He has made it legal to steal money from government employees by breaking contracts. He can tell the most ridiculous lie and gain voters by doing so. Then you have Trump, enough said. The other party puts up Clinton with a ton of baggage.

Now lets look at the media, they do everything they can to stir the pot. Trump is the biggest thing that has happened to boost "news" in a long time. Controversy forces people to watch the news. Ignorant people then believe whichever news source that leans their way.

Here's my opinion: arrest the pile of crap governor from Maine. It doesn't matter who supports him. He threatened violence, charge the criminal and lock him up. Maybe the law and order Trump followers can use their chant (which by the way makes them sound like a group from the 1930's in Germany). Scott Walker and our GOP legislators, they've passed laws against our Constitution, lock them up. After all, aren't they the party who wants to go back to The Constitution. The dirt bags paying for our Gov and his band of plundering thieves, lock them up. A governor who says such moronic things is far more dangerous than all the drug dealers in Maine.

Anonymous said...

Here are a few questions to ask GOP worshippers:
1. Reagan, the guy they all say they follow, said his most famous words, "tear down this wall". Why does the GOP think building a wall in our country is such a great idea. Our stupid gov wanted a wall on the Canadian border. In reality, Ronnie was closer to Clinton than any of the GOP presidential candidates.
2. Why does the party of open government want to hide their transactions?
3. Why does the party with members claiming do be on God's mission, hate the poor, the sick, the elderly, the children? Heck they even hate the environment, which God created.
4. Why does the party that claims to want to do everything according to the Constitution, constantly pass laws which knowingly are not constitutional?
5. Why does the GOP want the Constitution to be changed to start out as "We the Money"?
6. Why are they against the most basic right, voting?
7. Why do they think government should be shrunk down to nothing, when it was established by our founders?
8. Ok, so they are definitely of the belief that the right to own guns is very important, unless of course you have some mental illness. Who will determine if I'm mentally ill? The government I presume.
9. Even though hundreds of people were arrested in our Capital, practicing their Constitutional Rights, not one of the gutless cowards in our GOP legislature stepped forward for these citizens' rights. Every single one of then knew the courts would throw the cases out. Why?

I could go on and on, but the real question is, why do people support them? Reagan, Ford, and George H.W. would not be Republicans Today. Lincoln would be absolutely hated by the current GOP. They are anticonstitution, antichristian, anti-American. The only things they aren't anti are themselves and money.

Anonymous said...

He's not a racist, he's just another "good guy with a gun."