Wed Dec 5, 2012, 08:28 AM
catbyte (6,230 posts)
LOL. Justin Amash is whining on our local news about getting the Budget Committee heave ho
He claims he heard about it on the news and "is still waiting for official word." He did say one hilarious thing, however--he said one of the causes for him getting the boot is because of his "bipartisanship." I'm glad I wasn't drinking coffee at the time. If I had, I would have had to clean the carpet from my spit take. Amash's idea of bipartisanship is to work with baggers and rabid baggers.
What a whiner.
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Wed Dec 5, 2012, 09:28 AM
catbyte (6,230 posts)
5. Me too. He's one of those despicable phony Libertarians
With hypocrites like this cretin it's all "Hands off my money! Gut EPA & bank regulations!" "The government is destroying my freedoms!" "Evil Socialism!" until you get to a woman's right to choose and then the government can crawl right up the old birth canal. Here's a portion of an article from last May:
"On May 31, Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) wrote on his Facebook page that he plans to author the District of Columbia Respect for Life and Conscience Act of 2012.
According to the posting, the bill “requires minors in D.C. to receive their parents' consent before having an abortion, prohibits non-doctors from performing abortions, and provides conscience protections for individuals and health care facilities in D.C. that refuse to perform abortions.”
Amash had previously co-sponsored several pieces of national legislation restricting the use of federal funds to pay for abortions, including the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act and the Protect Life Act.
“The right to life is sacred and undeniable,” Amash wrote on his congressional website. “It is the proper role of government to protect life, and it is unconscionable for government to sanction the taking of helpless and innocent life.”
Bastards like Amash only care about their own "freedom"--freedom to rape the environment, freedom for Wall Street to use Social Security as their own personal casino, anything perceived as "hindering" Big Business is bad, bad, bad, but they have no qualms about dictating to me what I can and cannot do with my own body. Amash and his ilk actually makes me sick.