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Is it possible for a Congresswoman to actually be stupid

by Tony Holmes / December 14, 2013 4:35 AM PST
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for that one, yes.
by James Denison / December 14, 2013 5:17 AM PST

she's pulled some classis in the past too. Probably some youtubes on those.

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regale yourself with her words of wisdom
by James Denison / December 14, 2013 5:35 AM PST
Let her insight into all things knowledgeable fill your mind with wisdom.



And don't forget about your "earned" entitlements.

She doesn't even know the difference between Korea and Vietnam.


If "stump stupid" was an official govt position, she'd be elected, but then again she is a congress person so that's not saying much.
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It's amazing that her brain can generate the power
by Tony Holmes / December 14, 2013 6:02 AM PST

to move her legs.

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Even more amazing
by TONI H / December 14, 2013 6:29 AM PST

is that people vote for her.........either her district has totally deaf, dumb, and blind voters or others campaign FOR her because she's such an embarrassment and an insult to intelligence. Last option available is that there is a fence around her district that kept anybody sane out from running against her......from either party.

I'm convinced that the 'vetting' process for politicians has been non-existent for too many years now because either journalists without an agenda can't be found, they just don't care enough to do their jobs, or too many primary candidates run and the nominee is named too late to do proper vetting and time runs out to get the job done thoroughly before the actual election.

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(NT) vetting replaced, highest bidder agendas
by Roger NC / December 14, 2013 7:06 AM PST
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You know you're in unfamiliar territory when the suggested
by Ziks511 / December 14, 2013 6:56 AM PST

other articles includes one labelled "Why is Jon Stewart attacking Megyn Kelly?"

First, Jon Stewart is a comedian, he doesn't attach, he makes fun of. Of course that's not a widely understood distinction on the right, but it's usually fairly apparent when the live audience laughs in response to the things Stewart says. Sean Hannity attacks, and he's not a comedian, Bill O'Reilly attacks, and he's not a comedian though he is a joke. Megyn Kelly attacks in her own special kind of whiny way, but she's not a comedian either.

There aren't really any obvious Conservative comedians. There are Conservative satiric or comic writers, but Conservatives don't usually think that quickly on their feet.

However, do allow me to say that Representative Sheila Jackson Lee is definitely out there on this one, and it's not a barricade I'll be manning. It's an utterly ludicrous idea.


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the proposed legislation would not provide any benefits to
by Diana Forum moderator / December 14, 2013 7:07 AM PST

those who do have jobs. She may want to have everyone to receive this but it wasn't accepted.


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