Thursday, August 20, 2009

Rove, Conyers Duke It Out; I Put $500 On Rove






John Conyers, the highly qualified stand up public servant who only has the people's best interest in mind (unless they happen to be his staff), has written an article for that bastion of fair and balanced reporting, the Huffington Post. It is a 'rebutal' article taking on Karl Rove's editorial over at the Wall Street Journal. Conyers takes the opportunity to complain about how Rupert Murdoch, the owner of the WSJ is playing politics with his newspaper. This is important becuase John Conyers would never play politics! There's no doubt that Conyers runs a tight ship, and therefore has position to lecture others on how to run theirs.

I've written about the nonstory surrounding the political firing of political appointees, who serve at the pleasure of the President of the United States, and fail to understand why the libtards have their hemp panties in a wad over this. One thing is for certain, they are making a mistake by having Conyers as the face-man on this deal. Don't the Democrats have anyone who doesn't have an ethics complaint in their past who can lead this charge... Oh wait, nevermind.

Since the Demotards are all into the Bible now, someone should tell Conyers to check out Matthew 7:5...

4 People Have Had Their Say:

paul mitchell on August 21, 2009 at 8:41 AM said...

Why is big deddy Conyers pointing at someone's tag? You know damn well he doesn't drive a frigging Camry!

classicaliberal on August 21, 2009 at 11:58 AM said...

I betcha if his constituentsies knew that he posed for a pitcher in front of a Camry, his ass'd be grass!

His stance kinda makes it look like he just got done doin some sort of a dance, and that's the final pose. You know, with the big dumb grin and all?

Skunkfeathers on August 24, 2009 at 2:40 PM said...

Oh please oh please oh PLEASE, let ConMan Conyers take the lead for the Dems! That'll set 'em back a generation plus.

classicaliberal on August 24, 2009 at 6:47 PM said...

Its funny to me that failure or corruption within the Republican Party is career ending. In the Democratic Party, it's a resume enhancer.

 

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