Cowardly, Callous, and Cruel
Never mind the Fiscal Cliff kerfuffle- what really chaps my ass is Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner’s decision to abandon a vote on a Superstorm Sandy aid package.
I have made no bones about having an enormous amount of contempt for NJ Governor Chris Christie, and I have absolutely no use for odious GOP Representative for Suffolk County Peter King. To summarize my assesment of these jerks- Christie is a loudmouth faux tough guy who doesn’t give a damn for Johnny and Janie Paycheck, and King is a rabble-rousing anti-Muslim bigot who ignores the needs of the 9/11 first responders he invokes in his prejudiced tirades. Today, I view these clowns as the proverbial stopped clock- both Republicans have had choice words about House Speaker John Boehner.
Peter King first lambasted Boehner on the floor of the House of Representatives. King was even more pointed in his criticism of Boehner afterwards, going so far as to urge New York and New Jersey Republicans to stop donating money to the Republican Campaign Committee:
Christ Christie also came down on the Boehner like a two ton heavy thing:
Of course, Christie mendaciously throws in a criticism of New Jersy Senate Democrats, in order to play the “both sides do it” card.
Not content to passively ignore the impassioned pleas of New York and New Jersey representatives to bring this vote to the floor, Boehner apparently lashed out at NJ Republican Frank LoBiondo. The latest development in the case is that Boehner, cowed by the vehemence of his fellow Republicans has promised to bring Sandy aid up for a vote after the new Congress is sworn in. Too callous to bring up the vote on Tuesday, too cowardly to stand by his prior position.
John Boehner’s a godawful fool-
He’s cowardly, callous and cruel.
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