Thursday, October 18, 2007

President Bush's S-CHIP veto prevails, Democratic lawmaker apoplectic

President Bush prevails with his veto of an out of control spending bill known as S-CHIPS expansion. In a deranged response, Democratic lawmaker Rep. Pete Stark makes a fool of himself and his party.

WASHINGTON — Democratic Rep. Pete Stark launched a shocking one-man assault on the Bush administration Thursday, interrupting floor debate before a failed attempt to override President Bush's veto of the so-called SCHIP bill to suggest that U.S. troops in Iraq are getting their heads "blown off for the president's amusement."

As a very proud parent of one of those brave soldiers in Iraq, I am outraged at this representative's vitriolic and juvenile tantrum. What does the President's veto of an unnecessary, overbloated spending bill have to do with Iraq, or defending this nation from terrorists?

The abusive hatred of the anti-Bush, anti-military Democratic Party is teetering on treasonous. These deranged liberals are so blinded by their hatred of President Bush and the U.S. military that they don't seem to care about the aid and comfort they provide to our enemy. It is this same enemy who will, without hesitation, slit the throats of these pacifist, atheist, anti-moral progressives; before the U.S. military they loathe; has an opportunity to defend them. And quite frankly, were I in charge of the U.S. military I would order our troops not to defend these liberal traitors.

Be careful who you attack you panty waisted Democratic Party may find yourselves in the clutches of our enemies with nobody to defend you.

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