Friday, February 27, 2009

I hate to beat a Dead horse......Its funny cause it sounds like taco.

<span class=cpac3" width="136" height="119" style="border-top-width: 0px; border-right-width: 0px; border-bottom-width: 0px; border-left-width: 0px; border-style: initial; border-color: initial; outline-style: none; outline-width: initial; outline-color: initial; line-height: 1.2em; ">Republican U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann is serving as emcee at tonight’s opening session of the Conservative Political Action Conference. Watch it in live streaming video after the jump.

One early highlight: After recognizing Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, Bachmann took a swipe at the federal stimulus plan, using an intriguing historical parallel — not to the New Dealbut to the Boston Tea Party:

I just wondered that if our founders thought taxation without representation was bad, what would they think of representation WITH taxation?

Here’s the clip (Boston Tea Party comment at 1:10):

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The program once had Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as a featured speaker, but she dropped out, leaving Republican National Committee Chair Mike Steele and U.S. Reps. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and John Shadegg, R-Ariz., as headliners.

Bachmann fairly shouted as she introduced the stars at the head table — all but four being older white men such as Stan Evans, author of a book, “Blacklisted by History,” that seeks to rehabilitate Red Scare figure Joe McCarthy’s image, and at least two National Rifle Association officials.

A notable exception was Carrie Hale, whom Bachmann identified as the “scheduler” at Americans for Tax Reform; with Palin absent, she was the only other woman to be honored with a chair on the stage. Steele was the only African-American — not including a waiter in a white uniform who passed behind Bachmann, carrying a tray as she spoke.

“How many times in life do you get a second chance?” asked keynoter Shadegg, referring to the conservative movement’s post-Bush status. “We are unleashed from the mistakes of the past.”

Bachmann brought the program to a close by imploring the audience to remember this night because, she said, in the future, “You can tell your posterity that you were here, you were present at the beginning of the conservative comeback.”



So I am sorry if I am not giving credit to the blogger who did this. This is not mine. This is something my wife found and forwarded it on to me. I can't believe she is on her second term. A retarded monkey trowing poo at himself could represent Minnesota better. I would prefer the monkey because he would be less likely to say to stupid shit because of his great poo throwing abilities. If you are a monkey and like throwing poo and live in the St. Cloud area let me know because I want you to run. Really Michelle you wan to start talking about the President doing what he wants to with out a checks or balances you really want to tell the American people that the President is to far reaching. You weren't to concerned with that when you were making out with Bush. Seriously don't you have a father to piss off?

1 comment:

Kris said...

That girl is batshit crazy. All these old white people are shaking in their pants about "class warfare." Well, let me tell you what: demanding tax cuts that take resources away from programs that help the poor is class warfare, too. Also, you can whine about the government creating programs that benefit the poor, but tax cuts are a government program that benefit the rich. If we cut taxes now, they'd take it and stick it in Switzerland ... who the fuck wants to invest in this economy?