Posts Tagged ‘Nominee’
Rep. Maxine Waters (CA 35th U.S. Congressional Dist)
What list would be complete without this nominee? Her honesty when talking with Oil Executives has been very helpful in activating the anti-socialists in the nation. Of course, she now questions the audacity of the “anti-socialists” for exercising the first amendment.
Rep. Henry Waxman (CA 30th U.S. Congressional Dist)
This man is one of the few that believed all of the roses and fluff promised by the healthcare promoting media. Reality set in when AT&T as well as other companies complied with the SEC requirements to inform their shareholders of increased cost/reduced profit due to Obamacare. Rep Waxman is using his incompetence to blame what’s left of the free market for not toeing the line on this Historic Law.
Rep. Hank Johnson (GA 4th U.S. Congressional Dist)
This man recently questioned a Naval Officer about expanding the base in Guam. Nothing surprising there, except that the Congressman from GA was seriously curious if increasing the population would cause the island to capsize. Imagine being on the receiving end of something so ridiculous.
Guam island remarks: During a House Armed Services Committee hearing in March 2010 concerning the U.S. military installation on the island of Guam, Johnson said to Admiral Robert F. Willard, Commander of U.S. Pacific Command, “My fear is that the whole island will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize.” to which Admiral Willard replied, “We don’t anticipate that.”
AG Thurbert Baker (GA Attorney General)
Georgia lawmakers reacted to Wednesday’s news that their Attorney General, Democrat Thurbert Baker, would not sign on to a multi-state lawsuit to block the health care bill in his state by filing papers to have him impeached.
Sen. Arlen Specter (PA US Senator)
On April 28, 2009, Specter announced that, after 44 years as an elected Republican, he was returning to the Democratic Party, citing that he was increasingly “at odds with the (current) Republican philosophy and indicated that polling showed that it would be difficult for him to win the 2010 Republican senatorial primary against Pat Toomey.” Since switching parties, Specter’s voting record has become more center-left.