Friday, July 15, 2005

This Week's
Backside Of The Bell Curve


The GOP's
Expendable Pit Bull

NY Congressman
"If you dare question my lies,
you're immoral"


Peter "Expendable" King

Peter King is one of the current "Rove deserves a medal" and "Plame deserved to have her cover blown" pit bulls making the media rounds this week.

What a lovely guy!

Here's his written response to a constituent:

"I understand that you recently contacted my office requesting that I vote to censure President Bush," King, a Republican from Seaford, recently wrote Bellmore resident Harry Halikias. "I disagree with you in every respect. You are morally, intellectually and politically wrong. President Bush is an outstanding leader of outstanding integrity. Like Ed Koch, I thank God every night that he is our president. You should do the same."

Then, there's this...

Rep. Peter King said Wednesday he continues to believe that 85 percent of the mosques in the United States have "extremist leadership," and that while most Muslims are "loyal Americans," they are reluctant to come forward to cooperate with law enforcement when they hear anti-American rhetoric or plots.

And, of course, we can't leave out his statement on Rove's "Dems wanted 9/11 terrorists to get therapy" crapfest...

What Karl Rove did do was deliver a speech which was politically incorrect but entirely factual. --snip--

Democrats should welcome Karl Rove's speech as a clarion call to save their party from the left-wing fringe elements.

Here's the deal...

Political pit bulls are always expendable.

Sure, BushCo has promised to fill the re-election coffers of wingnuts like Peter King and Norm Coleman in exchange for their screeching support, but remember what happened to the GOP's Clinton Impeachment pit bulls...

They're spending a lot more time with the family these days.

Too bad for the kids.

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