Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Another Winner From Lousyanna

From the bowels of the Louisiana Republican party, the Congress Representative chosen to rebut Obama's health care speech was Charles Bustany, a cardiologist birther who's been sued more than once for medical malpractice.
He also got swindled not long ago by some British scam artists from whom he was trying to purchase a royal title.
Clearly, Lord Bustany didn't bother to listen to Obama's powerful speech prior to cobbling together the GOP's greatest hits on health care reform disinformation.
One might think after Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's abysmal flop at rebutting Obama's first major speech as president, the GOP would say ixnay to further bumbling Louisiana politicians.
But Jindal is a harmless dweeb compared to this phony slimeball.
Seriously, I'm starting to think the GOP is trying to fuck themselves.

P.S. Did anyone hear that Republican clown Joe Wilson from South Carolina yell that Obama was "a liar" in the middle of the president's speech?
What an uncouth, ignorant cracker.
Southern Republicans are running the GOP bus over a cliff, and unless the more moderate GOP members start shutting them up, the GOP will be the permanent party of ignorant, guttersniping Southern racist hayseeds who'd screw their own mothers to get elected (or reelected).
It was truly appalling.


Anonymous said...

Did he even hear what the Pres. said?
His comments sure did not indicate that he listened.

Karen Zipdrive said...

The slob quickly apologized to Rahm Emmanuel.
Too late, cracker.

Lisa G. said...

This guy was an ass.

nonnie9999 said...

i loved that the cameraman caught eric cantor texting. the rethugs all looked like they had poopy diapers. it was hilarious watching them. they didn't know whether to shit or go blind.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Cantor's text:

Oy BO is boring wish i was home i hate ths job but pays good and i get to scru lobbysts :)

Lulu Maude said...

Another Whiner from Loozyanner.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Speaking of Joe "Gomer" Wilson,
over his congressional career, health professionals represent Wilson’s top industry contributors, donating a total of $244,196 to his campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics database.
He received another $86,150 from pharmaceutical companies, $73,050 from insurance companies and $68,000 from hospitals and nursing homes.

No wonder he thinks he represents big med business- he's on their payroll as a loyal employee.

bigsis said...

If planned or not, his antics worked to keep the country from talking about how great Obama's health care speech was.

Fran said...

What a bunch of losers. It is pathetic, truly pathetic.

Boustany is the insurance companies political wet dream. They give him money - I guess to not practice medicine. Those 3 malpractice suits did not help his funders.

And he rubbed up against the birthers too. Quelle suprise!

Distributorcap said...

and shimkus from Illinois walked out

these people REALLY are racists