Friday, July 23, 2010

Shut Yo Pie-Hole ...... PLEASE !!

U.S. Congressman Jim Cooper (top left) and U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (bottom left) are currently investigating possible lapses during the May floods that raged havoc in Middle Tennessee. They're holding hearings to figure out whether the Corps. of Engineers, The National Weather Service, God himself, or somebody else should be blamed for the disaster. They're trying to make us think they're just humble public servants looking out for their constituents.

The truth is they're just trying to score political points with voters. Cooper is currently embroiled in the fight of his political life. The people are ticked at him, Obama, and the rest of the worthless Congress and he knows it. He has not been challenged this strongly in an election she he got his tailed kicked in 1994. So, he's doing what any good politician does in an election year - he's kissing up to his constituents and trying to make them think he actually cares about them. This from the same man who thumbed his nose at voters during the summer recess and refused to hold town hall meetings. He even locked the doors to his office to keep outraged voters from coming to his office to exercise their constitutional right to free speech and redress of grievances.

As for the Progressive Alexander, he's already trying to score points for his re-election bid in 2014. However, I'm hoping it's too little too late for this bum. After his votes against allowing carry permit holders to carry firearms to protect themselves and their families in National Parks, his "yea" vote to confirm Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court, and the other times he's sided with the Liberals and Progressives, it's past time for him to go.

The fact is, gentlemen, there is no one to blame for the horrible flooding that ravaged Middle Tennessee back in May. SO SHUT YO PIE-HOLE !! The approximately 20 inches of rain received that weekend just had no where to go. Millions and millions of gallons of water dumped on any land mass in that little time is gonna go where it wants. That's why it's called a "natural disaster." If the dams had not been opened after holding the water back for awhile, it's possible there would have been a worse disaster. The dams theoretically could have burst. I'm just hoping that Tennesseans see this hearing fiasco for the circus it is. Then, we need to find good conservative candidates whom can give Cooper his pink slip this year and Alexander his in 2014.
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