Skip to comments.Congressman [Stark, D, California] at Town Hall: ‘The Federal Government Can Do Most Anything
Posted on 08/02/2010 2:57:30 PM PDT by Lorianne
Unless we the people put the fear of uprising in the minds of our rulers, we can kiss off these United States.
The Dems own words are our best campaign messages. Do hope we ‘use them’; but if the past is an ‘MO’; we probably will not. . .
Okay everyone: try to act surprised when Stark gets re-elected....
Can they f#ck off? Please....
Yes, it would appear that way.
If the GOP had any gonads, they would tie together this clip with the Dingall’s “control the people” and a few others and make it into a hell of campaign commercial, shown on national media outlets like FNC and CNN.
Surely, if Republicans were saying these things while they were in power, there would be tons of attention given to it.
The arrogance is astounding.
“We have to pass this bill so we can see what’s in it” - Pelosi and her clueless buds wouldn’t know what hit them if such a video were made.
I guess Stark hasn’t heard of the wall of patriot lead. The feds can only push so much, and if they awaken the sleeping giant, they are history.
“If the GOP had any gonads...”
They clearly don’t!
The trouble is the GOP doesn’t have any gonads, with a few exceptions. It’s sad that the folks in the GOP who act like men are the women (Palin /Bachman).
“Pete Stark mocks border security advocates”
Arrogance doesn’t begin to describe it.
We only see what the MSM wants us to see. If it bleeds it leads.
In DC outside of the chambers, the two congressmen who were yelling were probably sitting down for lunch. They CUT DEALS with these people. They don’t care about us.
Two words: Senile and delusional.
Lock and Load.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
I hadn’t seen that one. Thanks for raising my blood pressure!
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