Skip to comments.Video: US Rep. Democrat David Scott screams at constituent for asking tough question on health care
Posted on 08/08/2009 11:48:34 AM PDT by Justaham
And by constituent, I of course mean crypto-Nazi political terrorist. Youll find the full unedited exchange right here but Im giving you the news segment because it provides important context. Like, for example, that the guy who asked Scott the question actually is one of his constituents, contrary to what the distinguished gentleman implies. And that his hijacking of this town hall (which wasnt devoted to health care) came during a Q&A session in which attendees were in fact allowed to ask about anything. But aside from that, hes very, very Nazi, baby.
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This is why politicians should be required to prove that they are at least semi-intelligent before they are allowed to run for office.
Clicked on the vid..nothing but SPAM.
Good stuff. It shows how panicked they really are.
Methinks the good folk of the GA-13 will have trouble finding a doctor in the future.
You need to pass the ads before you see the actual vid.
I should say, refused to comment on his own actions when asked for a response by the TV station.
Can’t handle the heat, don’t attempt to pass moronic legislation especially when you have not read it or it does not apply to you.
No respect for someone who disagrees with him. Meanwhile, Obama’s SEIU buddies are assaulting innocent people.
He’s like one of the ‘Visitor’ Ambassadors on the old Sci-Fi miniseries “V” Making friends with the ‘visitors’ and taming down the masses (at least trying to).
Sadly, we have declined a long way since Norman Rockwell’s America. God bless us to get it back!
WOW! The dems are losing their minds! You just aren’t supposed to question anything they want to do!
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