Skip to comments.Does Grayson Owe Rather Royalties? Signs Off Fundraiser With 'Courage'
Posted on 03/31/2010 11:27:46 AM PDT by governsleastgovernsbest
Does Alan Grayson owe Dan Rather royalties for borrowing his famous sign-off?
As a loyal member of the Democracy For America [Howard Dean's old organization] email list, I just received a fundraising email from Grayson. The Dem congressman from Florida who sprang to national attention with his stunt on the House floor accusing Republicans of wanting Americans to "die quickly" has death on the noggin again. Excerpt from his money-seeking missive [emphasis added]:
These [health insurers] have decided that if it costs too much to keep a child breathing, then this child will die. They will deploy their lawyers and their accountants, to make sure that this child dies.
Accusing companies of wanting to "make sure that [a] child dies" sounds like libel to me, but I digress. Here's how Grayson ends his melodramatic pitch:
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
Courage, fellow FReepers! Ping to Today show list.
He is a sick you know what.
A "famous" sign-off that lasted all of about a week before it was laughed off the stage.
Ugh. Poor man has been hit with the UGLY stick one too many times.
Fortunately for him, that’s fully reimbursable under ObamaCare ;-)
Using Dan Rather as a role model is just further proof that Grayson is a lunatic. Get rid of him.
On the next one, he should use, “What’s the frequency, Kenneth?”
What’s the frequency, Kenneth?
Grayson has two good GOP challengers:
Courage? I’ll tell you what courage is: anyone that stands within twenty feet of Grayson when he is speaking. Grayson speaking is like getting near a blender full of spit with the top off.
Good grief that ‘mug shot’ he selected for his political literature will do him in, if nothing else. He truly is one sick puppy.
LOL! No, the deranged, dysfunctional, despotic, deceiving, degenerate Democrat should return any money gained from his office to defrauded constituents and FReeper Buckhead...
What’s the Frequency, Alan?