Skip to comments.Mad Maxine the Horrible Hag
Posted on 06/27/2012 9:45:48 PM PDT by Noremac
Maxine Aunt Esther Waters, progress-o-bat from Californias 35th Congressional district, is known to be an addle headed freakshow on wheels with a long standing penchant for making statements that usually indicate that someone is off their meds.
Shes especially got a Jones for the Tea Party in the worst way possible. Shes obsessed. Here are a few classics that have rolled out of Maxines pie hole:
I saw pictures of Boehner and Cantor on our screens (at the convention). Dont ever let me see again, in life, those Republicans in our hall, on our screens, talking about anything. These are demons, she told the crowd. They are bringing down this country, destroying this country, because theyd rather do whatever they can do destroy this president rather than for the good of this country.
Maxine the problem is that you saw the pictures when the screen wasnt on. Take your meds! Maxine, this president requires no assistance from anyone to destroy him. Hes doing a splendid job of it himself. All we need to do is stand back and witness the train wreck. Heres another gem:
After a good night sleep, I wake up the next day, and I say, Come on, Tea Party, lets get it on.
Continuing with the Satan Sandwich theme, she caused a bit of a stir in the wake of a Community Summit in Inglewood, California at which the witch offered this angst laded invocation:
Im not afraid of anybody, this is a tough game. You cant be intimidated. You cant be frightened. And as far as Im concerned, the tea party can go straight to Hell.
So much for Obamas call to civility! What is a Community Summit anyway? Do they have tribal drums and sacrifice virgins?
Straight to Hell. Ive always found that to be an entertaining embellishment on the basic Go to Hell. To go straight to Hell, is something reminiscent of your mom telling you to go straight to your room. I wonder if she has discipline problems with her children.
Heres a little riff that she did during a church service once again busting a blood vessel about the Tea Party:
They came with a mean spirit, and now they want to cut the food stamps. They dont want to fund education. They want to give all the tax breaks to the richest people. And then theyre trying to do away with the health care reform that we worked so hard for.
Theres that business about spirits again. Kind of spooky. Im getting visions of shrunken heads. Oh well, thats not remarkable, I get visions of shrunken heads whenever I see Maxine Waters, Barbara Lee, Sheila Jackson Lee, Jesse What the heck did he just say Jackson and Al Towana Brawley Sharpton or any of their colleagues in the Donk party.
Heaven forbid that anyone might have the notion to clean up the economic mess so that people can get jobs again and purchase their own food and healthcare. What a despicable notion. No wonder the GOPs color is Red thats the Devils color too!
I believe Mad Maxine has also decried the corruption in the nations Financial sector and accused Republicans of involvement. This from a woman who is a Senior member of the House Financial Services Committee, who remains under a lengthy probe by the House Ethics Committee, of whether Waters violated House rules by pressuring the Treasury Department to provide government bailout money to a bank that her husband once owned stock in.
But heres the pièce de résistance the part of the movie that the fainthearted avert their eyes from:
There has been a lot of discussion about the Ryan budget and what they have tried to do to deny contraception to women, but its more than that. It goes to many places in this budget. Whether youre talking about childcare or Head Start or food stamps, you will see that theres definitely a War on Women.
All of them who have absolutely created this war on women are now going to be taken to task by the women of this country, she told fellow asylum escapee Ed Schultz.
The lack of shame at trivializing the real war on women that is going on in the world, just illustrates the cognitive dissonance, the intellectual vacuousness and the moral deficit of a person like Maxine Waters.
BBC news reported today that a woman, Amina bint Abdul Halim bin Salem Nasser was beheaded on Monday in the northern province of Jawf, by the Saudi government on a conviction of witchcraft and sorcery. Human rights organizations like Amnesty International tell us that such a charge is typically a euphemism for some violation of Shariah code in Saudi Arabia having to do with a political or cultural offense.
That, Maxine is a genuine, bonafide war on women. Women having their heads chopped off without benefit of a trial or a defense, or anything remotely resembling due process. Of course I can see that someone with a distorted view of reality such as yourself would have a difficult time discerning the difference.
Maxine, Maxine! Dont go away mad
just go away.
Excuse me, I had a big dinner and need to go take a Congressional Black Caucus. Let a few Maxines and Sheila Jacksons rip.
You monster! You're just like/ worse than Hitler.
/s for the sarcasm impaired
Sorry Maxine. Your days of “gettin’ it on” are long gone.
I used to live in the area, Big Moma Waters is nothing but a loud mouthed, gang banging, sleazy crook. If anybody ever hired a private investigator she would wind up in Pelican Bay.
I highly doubt her IQ tops 60.
I’m a baaaaaad man, a very baaaad man :-)
I love that graphic! I promise to use it in my next Mad Maxine update. Much thanks.
nothing like a ‘democratic unity dinner’ to get one’s ‘system’ moving regularly again :-)
6/6/12 WASHINGTON Leaders of the House Ethics Committee said Wednesday that they would move ahead with a long-delayed inquiry into allegations of impropriety by Representative Maxine Waters after concluding that committee missteps had not denied Ms. Waters a fair hearing in the case.
Ethics investigators accuse her of improperly trying to facilitate federal bailout financing and do special favors for a Boston-based bank, OneUnited, at a time when her husband had stock in the company worth about $200,000.
Maxine Waters Ethics Case: 6 Committee Members Recuse Themselves Los Angeles Times ^ | Richard Simon - Friday, February 17, 2012 3:05:05 PM
The tumultuous ethics case against Rep. Maxine Waters, one of Los Angeles most enduring politicians, took another strange turn Friday as six members of the House Ethics Committee recused themselves from considering the charges against her.
Committee Chairman Jo Bonner (R-Ala.) said that all five of the panels Republicans, including himself, and one Democrat were taking the unusual action of recusing themselves from further involvement in the long-running Waters case "out of an abundance of caution and to avoid even an appearance of unfairness." Six new House members immediately were named to the bipartisan panel to consider all matters related to the Waters case.
Maxine Waters Ethics Trial Stalls. Again. (Who Is Surprised?) | July 23, 2011 | Patrick Richadson
Waters threatens to sue the House Ethics Committee for mishandling her case.
Its notable that Waters is not asking for the case to be dismissed on the merits, but only because she claims she can no longer get a fair trial.
Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., chairman of the Financial Services Committee, said in an interview that he inserted the provision for minority banks to protect OneUnited because it is based in his state.
The provision sought by Waters and inserted by Frank told the Treasury Department that it should consider for bailout money banks that had an asset size of $1 billion or less, and whose size dropped to a lower range because they owned devalued preferred stock in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The only bank that language would affect was OneUnited.
Waters is accused of using her influence to gain special treatment for Massachusetts-based bank OneUnited, which received $12 million in bailout funds. Changing a law was required in order to get them the money. Her husband, former Ambassador Sidney Williams, owned more than $350,000 in stock in the bank, and had also been a board member.
Citing gross misconduct, the lawyer representing Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) is asking the House Ethics Committee to dismiss all charges against his client.
In a letter addressed to the chairman of the House Ethics Committee, Republican Jo Bonner of Alabama, and the committee's top Democrat, Linda Sanchez, Waters' attorney Stanley Brand cited internal documents showing a close relationship between two former committee lawyers in the case and Republican committee members, saying any further action by the committee would be irremediably tainted and without legal foundation.
Rep. Waters is a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee. The committee alleges that she tried to obtain a federal bailout for a minority-owned bank where her husband is an investor.
Based on the facts of the case and the record of committee misconduct, the only remedy that vindicates the principals of the quasi-judicial functions of the committee is immediate dismissal with prejudice. No other remedy exists to cure this misconduct, Atty. Brand wrote.
Rep. Waters has repeatedly denied wrongdoing, saying she had no role in the Obama administration's decision to bail out Boston-based OneUnited Bank. The congresswoman's husband, Sidney Williams, owns stock in the bank, and his investment was in danger of becoming worthless during the near-financial collapse of late 2008.
OneUnited received $12 million in bailout money in December 2008. But Treasury Department officials have told House investigators that Rep. Waters was not involved in that decision.
Rep. Waters contended she had supported legislation to help all troubled, minority-owned banks like OneUnitedand specifically those, like OneUnited, that were hurt by their investments in the then-collapsing mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Atty. Brand said internal documents showed that the two former lawyers regularly corresponded exclusively last year with Rep. Bonner, then the ranking Republican and now the ethics chairman.
The two lawyers, C. Morgan Kim and Stacy Sovereign, were suspended last year by the previous Democratic chairman, Zoe Lofgren of California. Neither accepted Atty. Bonner's offer earlier this year to reinstate them.
The committee had charged Rep. Waters with violating House rules and was ready to begin a proceeding on her conduct late last year, but the case was sent back for further investigation after the controversy erupted over the conduct of the two lawyers.
Atty. Brand said in his statement that if there is prosecutorial misconduct in a criminal case, a judge would usually dismiss the charges. He also said the case was flawed.
Given that both current members and staff are implicated in these documents, any other suggested remedy would lack legal credibility and would confirm an unprecedented level of bias against my client, Atty. Brand added.
Meanwhile ethics watchdogs are calling on Rep. Bonner to step down as chairman of the House Ethics Committeeat least temporarilyfor his role in the ongoing turmoil over Rep. Waters' case.
I think there needs to be an investigation into the whole matter, including Mr. Bonner's role and that Mr. Bonner should step aside during the course of that investigation, said Melanie Sloan, executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
If Mr. Bonner is found to have broken the committee's rules, he should be sanctioned by the full House.
Blake Chisam, the chief counsel and staff director for the ethics panel, initially sought to fire Kim and Sovereign on Nov. 19, but was unable to do so.
It is unclear if the decision to place Kim and Sovereign on paid leave was related to the Waters case or another matter, although they were placed in that status on the same day that Reps. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) and Jo Bonner (R-Ala.), the chairwoman and ranking member of the committee, announced the Waters trial was delayed. The committee announced that it had new information, including e-mails from Mikael Moore, Waters' chief of staff, that would have an impact on the Waters matter.
Maxine fanned the flames that killed dozens in LA over Rodney King. In a just world she would be removed from office and given a job in one of the Korean stores that was defended with firearms.
“Tea Party” is code word for WHITE PEOPLE. Just listen to the disdain she and her fellow CBC meambers express when they say “Tea Party”.
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