Skip to comments."Sanity Challenged" Congressman Alan Grayson Goes POSTAL On Supreme Court
Posted on 01/21/2010 2:39:13 PM PST by Shellybenoit
Florida Congressman and national embarrassment Alan Grayson (D) is at it again. The Supreme Court made a major decision today in favor of the First Amendment. They ruled that businesses may spend as freely as they like to support or oppose political candidates, and also struck down a big part of the McCain-Feingold limits on business spending on federal campaigns.
How did the Congressional nut-job react to the courts decision? As you might expect he acted as if he fell out of the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down.
In anticipation of the decision, yesterday he sent out a fund-raising letter that said in part:
"This issue transcends partisan political arguments. We cannot have a government that is bought and paid for by huge multinational corporations," he adds. "We must stop this. If this goes unchallenged, then you can kiss your country goodbye."
Well that is certainly calming. Lets translate this into English, according to Grayson, Corporations are not allowed to have freedom of speech. But the flake from Florida was worse today. After the SCOTUS decision he released the following:
(Excerpt) Read more at yidwithlid.blogspot.com ...
VS multi-national unions?????
Grayson is a full blown marxist!
Translation: "We can only have a government that is bought and paid for by huge labor unions and nut case billionaires."
“We cannot have a government that is bought and paid for by huge multinational corporations”
Worked for George Soros.
Grayson also would have publicly traded companies disclose their campaign spending in SEC filings.
I think I read that this clowns holds a seat that’s been solid Republican until he won it last year.If that’s true,hasn’t he been paying attention recently? Virginia and New Jersey last November? Massachusetts the other day? Or is he resigned to being a one-termer...having been promised some judgeship or hack job at the EPA?
That’s not the issue, they want to limit conservatives speech while they get free publicity from sympathetic MSM networks. This will take away their advantage.
I love watching CommieCrates twist and twitch when they don’t get their way!
Kind'a like a spider watching the fly stuck in web just before meal time.
I think his shtick is being outrageous.
He will be sitting on a CNN panel for years....
He doesn’t give a damn being reelected.
Someone....actually, Thousands of someone’s ....should send Him a Copy of the First Amendment....thousands of them, and use a Yellow Highlighter, so he sees you read it and want him to notice the Important Words.....
DO IT....Make Him an AMENDMENT BOMB ....!!!!
We Pause for a moment, to wait for his address to appear on 468 Websites...
but govt bought and paid for by Soros is ok?
Alan Grayson Goes POSTAL On Supreme Court
Halliburton donates $500 million to RNC, to double donation in 2012.
Walmart commits $100 million to Alan Grayson opponent
Bank consortium pools hundreds of millions to RNC for 2010
Chamber of Commerce commits huge sums for congressional battles in blue states 2010
“The Congress will decide who can buy television airtime, and what they can discuss.”
No censorship there....
Many public companys that have active political agendas are run by non-Americans. I take issue with some bozo from France spending millions on an election.
Is there any chance this lunatic can be re-elected in November?
>>If we do nothing, then before long, there wont be senators from Oklahoma or Virginia, there will be senators from Citibank and Wal-Mart. <<
As opposed to senators from BofA(DE), to name two? If this Cynthia McKinney wannabe isn’t defeated, there is no hope
Considering that list of contributers to his 2008 campaign, it seem like Alan Grayson ought to wearing a “Union Label”.
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