Republican Rodeo Clowns
Posted in the Azusa Forum
#1 Oct 12, 2011
When each of the Republican, GOP, RNC, Tea Party debates wrap up, your left wondering, why did I even turn on the TV in the first place?
Saturday and Sunday the TV has better cartoons and funnier, too!
#2 Oct 12, 2011
The Republican Rodeo Clown's remind me of:
Ragged Goofs Telling Pitiful - stories.
#3 Oct 13, 2011
Who is going to get short-changed?
Us, the other 99 percent.
The GOP, RNC and Tea Party is determined to take us back 100 years, when there was no unions, civil rights, women's rights, clean air, clean water, voters' rights and needed requlations on food production and inspections.
The list goes on and on.
The GOP, RNC and Tea Party members of Congress forget they were elected to serve the people, not just the rich 1% of the people.
Money talks loud and clear, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
How much longer will the 99 percent be able to hang on before we become another broken country in history?
#4 Oct 14, 2011
Look what's happening now.
Ed Schultz, host of MSNBC's the Ed Show, believes that Republican presidential contender Herman Cain is pandering to "white Republicans out there who don't like black folks" and accused Sen. Jim Demint, R-S.C., of using racist langauge in his opposition to Obamacare.
#5 Oct 16, 2011
Republican, GOP, RNC and Tea Party presidential hopeful Herman Cain has cast himself as the outsider, the pizza magnate with real-world experience who will bring fresh ideas to the nation's capital.
But Cain's economic ideas, support and organization have close ties to two billionaire brothers who bankroll right-leaning causes through their group Americans for Prosperity.
Cain's campaign manager and a number of aides have worked for Americans for Prosperity, or AFP, the advocacy group founded with support from billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, which lobbies for lower taxes and less government regulation and spending.
Cain credits a businessman who served on an AFP advisory board with helping devise his "9-9-9" plan to rewrite the nation's tax code.
And his years of speaking at AFP events have given the businessman and radio host a network of loyal grassroots fans.
Didn't Hitler start out this way? And look what it did for the world.
#6 Oct 16, 2011
This is the real reason the Republican, GOP, RNC and Tea Party folks, aka KKK and alike. These fools don't have any other reason to challange the Whote House, single minded, backwards thinking and acting fools.
To hand our inept, corrupt, platitude-spewing progressive president his lunch. And, as Janine Garofolo pointed out, we tea party types will be so glad to finally get that black guy out of the White House.
Remember what Hilter handed the world and other's.
#7 Oct 20, 2011
If this is the best those pin-head Republican, GOP, RNC and Tea Party crack-pots, they should pack their bags and go home and count their money instead!
#8 Oct 21, 2011
Those Republican, GOP, RNC and Tea Party Senator's haven't learned a thing, other than just being stupid.
In a 50-50 vote, senators blocked President Barack Obama's jobs bill $35 billion for states and localities to hire more teachers and first responders while preventing current ones from being laid off.
Every single Republican in the United States Senate has chosen to obstruct a bill that would create jobs and get our economy going again.
Kind of reminds a person of those racists in Glendora, California.
#9 Oct 22, 2011
McCain should take a long siesta and retire form congress along with his buddy McConnell from Kentucky and the squealing little wimp from Alabama.
As a matter of fact, they should take all of the southern, idiot, Republicans with them. Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, And Tennessee and Kentucky are the poorest states in the union, and all of them have Republican leaders.
Does it take a Phd to figure that out.
#11 Oct 24, 2011
Well Bachmann is, well I just can't get my words together to describe her.
And this lady wants to be president. What is she a senator or what.
But I tell you this that when her reelection comes up she will lose.
This lady is crazy. When she describes President Obama I think she is describing Bush.
I feel that I am really watching clowns when I see the republicans all together.
I will just have to pray that they don't jump off a cliff when they all lose the presidental race.
#12 Oct 27, 2011
House speaker John Boehner is just another piece of garbage the Republican, GOP, RNC and Tea Party goon's have doing their bidding and nothing more, the crack-pots are and have not given one thought about the rest of America.
I thought we were a nation of laws and that our country was governed by our Constitution. And when you talk about the founding principles, you realize that Article I gives the Congress of the United States the power of the purse and that the president has powers under Article II, and this idea that you are just going to go around the Congress is just, its almost laughable.
And so we are keeping a very close eye on the administration to make sure they are following the law and following the Constitution, House Speaker John Boehner.
John Boehner and his 'goon's' are ruining America, just like what Hitler did to Germany and the World.
#13 Oct 29, 2011
The Republicans, GOP, RNC and Tea Party want to keep unemployment high, give more tax cuts to the non-job creaters based upon the lie that they are job creators, even though they've not created any jobs despite ten years of Bush tax cuts.
It isn't the Democrats who are preventing the "job creators" from creating jobs; it is the Republicans who are encouraging them to continue to sit on their trillion, much of it ill-gotten, instead of creating jobs.
#14 Nov 2, 2011
United States Republican, Tea Party freshmen, including some of the top fundraisers in the class are not ponying up as much cash to the (crooked) party as the establishment would like.
Early October 2011, about two-thirds of the 87-member's have yet to meet the contribution goals set by the (crooked) National Republican Congressional Committee in full.
I say, Go Fish.
What do the Republican, Tea Party member's of Glendora, California have to say for themselves?
#15 Nov 6, 2011
A bronze statue of former President Ronald Reagan was almost pulled down.
A called was recieved about 5:30 A.M. Sunday about vandalism in progress at the Bonita Canyon Sports Park.
A suspect tie something around the top of the statue and the other end to the front of his vehicle. His vehicle then moved in reverse to attempt to pull the statue down.
The statue was removed for safe keeping and repairs.
#16 Nov 7, 2011
This mess was started by Republicans and is being kept alive with the Tea Party member's too.
So to get this back on track, leave the stupid republicans out of the fixing program all together!
New estimates released Monday show that the number of Americans living in poverty was higher than previously estimated, and stands at 49.1 million, according to the Census Bureau.
The nearly-50 million people who live below the poverty line represents 16 percent of all Americans.
I wonder how they feel about the hope and change.
#17 Nov 9, 2011
Notice that most of these Tea Party fools are retired.
They do not need or care about jobs.
The young ones are just there to support their social agenda.
These are not very smart people.
They blind themselves to what the rest of the country thinks and then act accordingly.
It's funny they call themselves patriots as they are nothing even resembling a patriot.
They are anti democratic and support an authoritarian style of government.
Be careful America.
We cannot afford to suffer these fools.
#18 Nov 12, 2011
This is what the Republican and Tea Party member's do for themselves first and the American public last.
As many as a dozen members of Congress and their aides took part in "insider trading" based on foreknowledge of market moving information on Capitol Hill, disgraced Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff told interviewer's.
#19 Nov 18, 2011
School lunches are hard to change -- and it doesn't take a doozy like "pizza is a vegetable" to know that the corporate interests have more money and more Washington lobbyists than kids do.
That's why pizza was classified as a vegetable during the Bush years.
The Obama administration made that common-sense change, but the Republican Congress wants to take us back to the money-for-influence status quo.
#20 Nov 20, 2011
Norquist would be just another madman shouting in the wilderness if it weren't for the corrupt American two-party duopoly.
The American system of government, naively conceived of by the American Founding Fathers as "needing to be devoid of factions" has allowed for intermittent governing by only two parties, with governing majorities unchecked by junior coalition partners (unlike in all other parliamentary democracies).
Both of the duopolists are beholden to powerful, moneyed interests, of which Norquist is but one example.
Until this duopoly is shattered, American politics will be the preserve of corrupt ideologues, who will seek to impose their singular ideologies at any cost, even if it means bringing the country to its knees.
#21 Dec 5, 2011
Another failed Republican not following through on their promises!
The town's married mayor, accused of having sex with a prostitute at a California hotel, resigned Monday, December 5, 2011.
Big time, Republican Chris Myers, a father of two, photo of a man in his underwear.
Myers contacted him through a male escort service they met at a Newport Beach, California, hotel.
Myers paid him $500 but didn't fulfill promises of a car and other gifts.
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