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Congress Bans word Lunatic 398-1 and Dingy Harry Reid asks for food to see movie “Lincoln”


Lunatic banned WFT

Lunatic banned WFT

Congress and the Senate have been hard at work and to show all that they have accomplished we have a new word banned from Federal law, yes the word “LUNATIC” was so offensive it had to be banned. Good thing we have congress looking out for our best interest, after all I was really feeling oppressed and denigrated it was hard to focus on life. The only person  who voted against this was a Texan… go figure. He said don’t ban it we need to use to more often.

Lunatic banned from Federal Law

This is me after election

Now what are we going to ban next? How about banning congress, since they can’t get shit done that really matters.

Take that America

Take that America

Now my favorite jackass, dingy Harry Reid, put forth a vote to have food served in the congressional auditorium to serve food during the movie showing of “Lincoln”. So now that Harry Reid, the biggest asshole ever elected to the senate, can get off his odious ass to pass a freaking bill to get some food. I am so they can sit around and watch a movie and stuff their fat face with some pizza and ho ho’s; they can’t have any twinkies that day is long gone.

Harry Reid has not passed a budget in 4 years, why is that not against the law? These jerks can’t pass a budget but they can pass a bill to get some free food on our dime? So how much is that going to cost you and me so they can be fat and happy.

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  1. December 7, 2012 at 4:34 am

    Excellant comment from the Texas Senator

  2. December 7, 2012 at 4:27 am

    Who was the one representative to vote “no” on the wildly popular “lunatic” ban? Texas congressman Louie Gohmert, who promptly issued a statement explaining his objections.

    “Not only should we not eliminate the word ‘lunatic’ from federal law when the most pressing issue of the day is saving our country from bankruptcy,” Gohmert said, “we should use the word to describe the people who want to continue with business as usual in Washington.”

    Amen.

    And yes there is a law: The Budget and Accounting Act of 1921. But like most of the laws that Baraka doesn’t like… he ignores them.

    • December 7, 2012 at 1:48 pm

      Excellent point, I knew it was a Texas senator that voted NO, just didn’t know his name. As usual your right,

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