Monday, February 4, 2008

Suspicions confirmed

Here are two short post reprinted from Think Progress (2/04/08), which I can't help but believe confirms my opinion of Republican politicians in general.

The first:
Rep. Brown-Waite calls Puerto Ricans 'foreign citizens'.

In a press release last week, Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite (R-FL) attacked the new economic stimulus bill for sending “hundreds of millions of dollars” to “foreign citizens,” including “residents of Puerto Rico and territories like Guam.” Calling her comments “infuriating and contradictory,” the Puerto Rican House of Representatives demanded “a public apology” today from Brown-Waite for referring to Puerto Ricans as “foreign citizens.” Puerto Ricans were made American citizens in 1917.
And the second:

Sex workers get ‘more business’ at GOP conventions.
This summer’s political conventions are expected to be “a boom in business” for “the sex and adult entertainment industries,” but according to one veteran sex worker who spoke to the Rocky Mountain News, the GOP conventions are “a lot better for the sex workers.” “We get a lot more business,” Carol Leigh told the paper. “I don’t know if they’re just frustrated because of the family values agenda.

There you have it, folks. Even a confirmed skeptic has to admit, with only two dots to connect, these are proof positive that Republicans are indeed stupid f**kers.

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