[QUOTE=adb280z;4381435]I bet you're the kind of guy that would get offended if someone said the same thing about the death of Andrew Breitbart.[/QUOTE]
Thats some funny moonbat **** right there. Murtha, Byrd and Kennedy compromised our nation with folly and leftist policy which caused financial and moral suffering for millions of citizens, there criminal behavior notwithstanding.
What exactly did Breitbart do that was so bad that you could even try to compare it to the absolute evil that Byrd and Kennedy and Murtha perpetuated?
The only thing I know about Breitbart is he showed ACORN was a scumbag organization that shouldn't be getting money looted from the taxpayers to illegally prop up politicians who hate them and say stupid **** like "they cling to their guns and religion".
Last edited by Frequent Flyer; 03-02-2012 at 12:03 AM.
[QUOTE=adb280z;4381516]You the celebrate death of political opponents[/QUOTE]
Unfortunately we don't have term limits for criminals--- I mean members of congress. Death was the only way to remove these evil scumbags who used there power to steal billions from taxpayers all over this country, who couldn't vote the bastards out. And thank God that day of reckoning came.
I celebrate the death of anybody who abuses there position of public trust to lie, cheat and steal, and create policies that hurt American citizens.
Politicians by and large are corrupt, but these three were some of the worst.
Boston’s “big dig” boondoggle raped American taxpayers for $14.6 billion. The project cost was more than double the Panama Canal's in today's dollars. Senator Kennedy was the prime mover for a bill that allocated an initial 2.5 billion federal dollars that was supposed to pay for the project--- ten years later Kennedy and John Kerry, and Governors Weld, Celluci, and Swift, all looked the other way as tax money was looted by organized crime, corrupt unions, and incompetent management of the vast construction project to the tune of almost $15 billion.
Kennedy also drove drunk off a bridge and left his passenger to drown. He didn’t bother reporting it for at least 24 hours. He was never indicted for this crime much less punished for it. In fact the good people of Assachussets reelected him for a dozen more 6 year terms—which he devoted to more drunkenness and debauchery (his nephew raped a woman on his property) and of course, the grand theft larceny of $15 billion dollars from American citizens.
Rep. John Murtha, was an unindicted co-conspirator in the FBI sting operation Abscam. They got the bastard dead to rights on tape negotiating a bribe with sleazy Arab oil men. He was affectionately known as the “king of pork” inside the beltway- he steered more taxpayer funds to his congressional district than any other member. In 2008 he raped American taxpayers for $192 million. I know, peanuts compared to the $15 billion Kennedy looted.
Murtha also called 11 Marines serving in Iraq “murderers”. All since then have been cleared of all charges.
Finally, there’s the senator from West Virginia, Robert Byrd. After 47 years on the Senate's powerful Appropriations Committee, Byrd had mastered congressional earmarks- From 1991 to the year he did us all a favor and dropped dead, he steered $3 billion in earmarks to West Virginia.
I'm glad all of them are dead. If they were still alive, they would be still be stealing from all of us. I look forward to the day Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid join them in Hell.
Last edited by Frequent Flyer; 03-02-2012 at 12:29 PM.
There is too much venomous partisanship in politics right now, and I applaud Snowe for ceding power and refusing to conform to the **** show going on in Washington right now.
Politicians have battled and disagreed with each other since our country was founded, but at the end of the day, they were all a part of the same fraternity and befriended each other for the most part. They socialized, shared views and opinions, and had each other's backs.
Not anymore. The division and hatred in Washington has never been greater.