Poor Darrell Issa. Please send this man a dictionary and a soul!

6 Jan

Issa (R-CA) and his cronies have set a clear agenda: Assassinate the President’s character. Issa is now the Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.  He has been giving interviews, such as this one for CNN, where he is calling the Obama Administration corrupt, or not corrupt, yes corrupt–I’m not sure that word means what he thinks it means. John King from CNN does, at least, call Issa out for his behavior: “JOHN KING: But you have called them corrupt, sir. You just twice used the word ‘misused.’ That’s a judgement on your part and you will have subpoena power, you can have hearings, you can call up the witnesses and we will see what the evidence shows in the weeks and months ahead. Was it wrong to use the word ‘corrupt,’ which you have used repeatedly when you have not yet had a hearing?”  See the video clip here. Issa and Boehner have completely set aside what is best for the Americans, for the sole purpose of adhering to the Newt Gingrich philosophy of “Get rid of Democrats No Matter What.”

Representative Issa, allow me to show you a concrete example of true corruption, you cheap Corporate Whore!  Upon learning that he was going to become Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Issa immediately sent letters to the oil industry, drug manufacturers and other trade groups and companies to tell him which Obama administration regulations to target this year.  NOW that is corruption.  See the article here from Politico.  Didn’t I see you on Wall Street in a red dress, with red fuck-me pumps and a sign that said: I Will Sell Out America for Cash?

2 Responses to “Poor Darrell Issa. Please send this man a dictionary and a soul!”

  1. My Name January 6, 2011 at 8:39 am #

    Hi Michael,

    I loved this post highlighting the astoundingly unhelpful nature of the Republican party these days when we have so much that needs to be fixed. They seek to destroy and dismantle with no thought for people, just their salaries.

    – Ed

    • Michael Hulshof-Schmidt January 6, 2011 at 9:16 am #

      Yes, very sad indeed. Part of the legacy of the Neo-Con movement started in the Reagan era. Who knew that sociopathy would be so pervasive within the Republican party.

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