It’s worth emphasizing…

I know it’s been mentioned elsewhere, and the Dems have certainly attempted to pound it home in their press releases, but it really is worth emphasizing that the first (and so far, only) Republican senatorial candidate to come out for repealing Wall Street reform wasn’t crazy Sharron “2nd Amendment Remedies” Angle or nutty Rand “I Wouldn’t Have Voted for the Civil Rights Act” Paul… it was our very own Dino Rossi.

Makes you proud to be a Washingtonian, huh?

Comments

  1. 1

    MikeBoyScout spews:

    Take THAT all you Clint Diddler supporters!

    Your candidate has nothing over Dino Repeal Rossi on crazy!

  2. 2

    manoftruth spews:

    well, lets see if we can create a mathematical equation to prove wall street reform.

    most wall street finaciers are jewish +
    legislation filed by barney frank, who is jewish =
    taking money away from fellow jews???

    the equation is false

    therefore it is proved that money will still be scammed on wall street

  3. 4

    manoftruth spews:

    @3
    You anti-semitic pig

    yup, its too bad bigotry only goes one way, lets see how many times romney’s mormonism is talked about in the next 3 years.

    discuss

  4. 6

    manoftruth spews:

    @5
    yes, it was a great reponse, because all the so called tolerant liberals, like like freidmand of the nyt, who would be the first to jump on somebody if they talked about how amny jews there are on the supreme court (kagan being a shoe in), will be writing about romney’s religion in direct proportion to his poll numbers.
    by the way, thank for complimenting my response.

  5. 7

    manoftruth spews:

    @5
    yes, it was a great reponse, because all the so called tolerant liberals, like freidman of the nyt, who would be the first to jump on somebody if they talked about how many jews there are on the supreme court (kagan being a shoe in), will be writing about romney’s religion in direct proportion to his poll numbers.
    by the way, does the supreme court now look like america, as bill clinton claimed we should strive for?

  6. 9

    manoftruth spews:

    @8
    @2 Dovetails very neatly with your admiration of Hitler.

    well, he killed less people than your heros, stalin and mao.

  7. 10

    MikeBoyScout spews:

    Just when you thought Rossi had upped the ante of crazy enough, Didler comes right back at him.

    From the ST’s report of the Didier/Akers “important announcement”:

    Republican U.S. Senate candidates Clint Didier and Paul Akers announced Thursday evening they are going to be joining forces — despite the fact that both are competing for the same seat.

    How will Rossi up the ante? Perhaps he will join forces with both of his opponents? A teabagging threeway?
    We loves us some crazy teabagging candidates!

  8. 11

    jcricket spews:

    @10
    They may have joined forces, but since this is a ‘top-two’ primary, one of them will have to let go of his campaign to keep Rossi from being one of the two, as they are splitting the batshit crazy vote on the R side. Rossi is counting on the top-two rule, and so is the National Republican Party who talked him into running at such a late stage.

  9. 12

    notaboomer spews:

    remember when darcy burner ran for 8th cd on a platform of getting the hell out of iraq twice? now we have this awesome position from the “leading” (i.e. most funded) dem candidate, suzan delbene:

    Improving our national security:

    Safety for Americans from terrorism and other threats must be our number one national security priority. And while a strong military is essential, I believe our efforts to deal with terrorism must also address the issues of global health, dependence on foreign oil, poverty, and nuclear proliferation.

    wow, the obama corporate sellout runs deep. puke!

  10. 14

    Odie Cologne spews:

    re 2: Can that equation be verified with a check on comedians in the Catskills and a laugh-o-meter?

    Give it a try.

  11. 16

    Wunderlick spews:

    @4

    Sometime around fall of 2011 I fully expect Romney to announce that he is no longer a Mormon, and is now a conservative evangelical Christian. I think he knows full well that the Fundy’s inside the GOP will never vote for a Mormon.

  12. 17

    Stating the Obvious, I guess spews:

    @16
    (snark) You think? That’s like saying a biracial man wouldn’t be elected president. (/snark)

  13. 21

    manoftruth spews:

    @19
    thanks daddy, but i was refering to jew columnists constantly writing about romney being a mormon, at the same time that they donate money to the jew adl to scour evety electronic and print media for any reference to jews.

  14. 22

    Alki Postings spews:

    @manoftruth

    Typical Klan Republican. Hates the gays, blacks and Jews. I know not ALL Republicans are dumb redneck angry klan crazies like manoftruth, but all klan crazies are Repubilcans (or Tea Party). Just shameful.

    (FAIR AND BALANCED): The Klan used to be Democratic when the Democrats controlled the south back in the 30s and 40s. But when the Democrats started warming up to blacks, Jews and the other groups the Klan and Nazi’s hated, the Democrats lost the south and the Republicans (much to their current shame) were HAPPY to pick up those votes and now they own this group. NO ONE, Democrat or Republican should represent psychotically crazy folks like manoftruth or the Klan in general.

  15. 24

    manoftruth spews:

    @22
    nice rant. but here’s the issue, i dont hate any of the peeps you listed, i only ask for equity. if we dont talk about barney frank or chuck schumer being jewish, then we shouldnt talk about mitt romney being a mormon. and please dont say that we dont. time magazine ran a cover with him and mentioning he was a mormon.

  16. 25

    rhp6033 spews:

    Just a reminder of of how crazy it’s getting out there…

    Akers believes we should cut taxes 10% per year for at least three years. He says that this would balance the budget in 2-1/2 years. Even in 1980-84, during the years the Republicans insisted that lower taxes would result in higher tax revenues (the Laffler Curve), nobody would have come close to proposing that kind of scenario.

    And if you have any doubts about how that would work, read David Stockman’s book about his two years or so as budget director of Reagan’s White House. At the end of the book he shows that if Carter’s budget policies had continued, the federal budget would have been balanced by 1988. Instead, we needed tax increases during Reagan’s second term, George H.W. Bush’s term, and Clinton’s two terms to balance the budget by the year 2000. Yep, that’s right, it took 16 years and a lot of hard work by ordinary American taxpayers to reverse the damage done in the first few months of the Reagan administration.

    Didier wants to abolish every federal agency which wasn’t in existence when the nation was founded. Since there were no agencies in existence in 1776, I guess he’s advocating abolishing the federal government in it’s entirity.

    And Rossi, in an desperate attempt to win at least ONCE in his efforts to gain statewide office, is moving TOWARD these people’s positions.