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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Well, He DOES Have a Point

(Via Hot Air)

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate committee approved a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage Thursday, after a shouting match that ended when one Democrat strode out and the Republican chairman bid him “good riddance.”

“I don’t need to be lectured by you. You are no more a protector of the Constitution than am I,” Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., shouted after Sen. Russ Feingold declared his opposition to the amendment, his affinity for the Constitution and his intention to leave the meeting.

Arlen Sphincter is right, you know.

Though not in the way that he thinks he is.

10 Responses to “Well, He DOES Have a Point”
  1. Beth* A. Comment by Beth* A.

    You mean pols CAN actually speak the truth without their tongues catching on fire??? Even if it was only accidentally….

    Darn! Another good theory goes up in… well, not smoke I guess.

    Please say the lightning strike thing still holds true!!!

  2. Emperor Darth Misha I Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I UNITED STATES

    I have the distinct feeling that the truth that Sphincter spoke wasn’t exactly the “truth” that he intended to speak in this case.

  3. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane UNITED STATES

    I KNOW that sphincter spoke the truth as an ccident. All he ever does is lie and tell half-truths.

  4. Unregistered Comment by fortune79 UNITED STATES

    Exactly, that dickhole doesn’t protect anything either, it’s easy to look good when you’re compared to Feingold

  5. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW UNITED STATES

    You can always tell when an election is coming up: Republicans pull out the gay marriage issue. When there isn’t an election, there isn’t a peep about it.

    The chances of this, or any other Contitutional Amendment being enacted, is slim to none. The sole purpose of even bringing up the topic is to rally the Republican base.

    Seriously, the majority of people in this country are catching on to this tactic. A lot of show, but no go.

    The immigration issue is the new tactic du jour. Nobody in Congress or the Administration is really all that serious about it. It is designed to fire up conservatives and bring them to the polls, but once the election is over, the topic will silently die — maybe with a few little token changes — only to be dragged out again in 2008.

    Pardon me for being cynical on all of this, but every one of these fucktards need to be physically removed from office and fresh faces put in.

  6. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    There just isn’t much in the Senate to rely on. Our only hope is the House! I’m all for new faces in the Senate but let’s make em conservative faces! We can’t back down in the war efforts and we know what the lefties did in ‘75 to South Vietnam when Teddy moved to cut their legs out from under them! They’ll do the same thing now!

  7. Unregistered Comment by LC + IB Gutshot UNITED STATES

    It’s pulled out at this time to try to show the constituents of incumbent liberals just how liberal their Senators and Reps are. This time, I think it’s especially targetted towards the Hildebeast, who has done her best to morph her image into a more moderate position. I don’t think the RNC’s base is happy with the course of many issues, including immigration and perhaps even the course of the War on Terror. Bush has really weakened the party in the last two years, of course with the all-too-willing MSM to blast him at every turn.

    Anyway, the Republicans should be scared. They’ve alienated the people who put them into office, while proceeding to grow the budget into a huge bloated mess. They’ve pretty much let the Democrats run the Congress they won. This was pretty much what I blasted Clinton for in the first two years of his Presidency, he did nothing, and lost Congress.

    We Republicans are going to to have to come together to right this ship, or else we’re going to be dealing with A LOT worse than what we’ve got.

  8. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Well let’s face facts, the only real way for these seditious liberals to get the point may be a swift kick to the gonads either figuratively or literally…

  9. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte UNITED STATES

    I dont remember paying feingold to walk out of meetings and not do his job. I really dont care if he finds the topic personally repugnant. He is there to represent the interests of Wisconsin, not the extream left. Not that he can tell the difference.

  10. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW UNITED STATES

    I dont remember paying feingold to walk out of meetings and not do his job. I really dont care if he finds the topic personally repugnant. He is there to represent the interests of Wisconsin, not the extream left. Not that he can tell the difference.

    What was the point of him staying, DK? Besides, Spector told him if he didn’t like it he could leave — he didn’t, so he did.

    This posting must be heartening to you.

    And the corollary of that premise is that, if a Republican fails to deliver on the promises of Republicanism, it can only be for one reason: he/she wasn’t Republican enough.