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Jesus H. God

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This from the New York Times:

“Republican senators blocked Democratic legislation on Thursday that sought to provide medical care to rescue workers and others who became ill as a result of breathing in toxic fumes, dust and smoke at the site of the World Trade Center attack in 2001.”

I think that “Jesus H. God” is not enough said.

However, I am at a loss for more words.

I hope everyone remembers this in the next election cycle.

I vote right now that no gated community will be served by public fire-rescue. Let the bastards die in private.

Jesus H. God.

How could you vote against this?

You Republicans who have to have a tax break for the very rich.

I’m getting my words back.

You vile, stinking, cigar smoking sons of bitches.

In 20 years you will all be dead, and we can’t wait.

You are the worst of the 20th Century imposed on the 21st.

I, personally, vow to outlive John Boehner just so that I can piss on his grave.

I’m selling tour bus tickets. All of you who want to piss on his grave just leave a comment and we will get back to you.


Written by Charles Keefer

December 9, 2010 at 9:27 pm

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  1. The Daily Show (Jon Stewart) did a really superb show on this subject. They had a panel of 4 NYC firefighters/policemen who had been at “ground zero” and were suffering health-wise for that service. It was tragically comical that the reason given by (R) senators was that they couldn’t stay over the week between Christmas and New Years to work on this issue because it would be an affront to “Christian Values”, yet the public servants on the panel pointed out that not a single one of them or their compatriots would have any problem what-so-ever with working during the week between Christmas and New Years.
    While I condemn Obama for giving in to the Republicans’ bullying, I condemn the Republicans greatly more for kowtowing to the rich by holding the 9/11 first-responders hostage for the 3% tax break for the rich. It is notable that not only did Fox news fail to cover this issue, but the three major networks failed to cover it as well.

    Shay Walters

    January 3, 2011 at 9:07 pm

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