Skip to comments.Jim Inhofe to Democrats: 'Get a life' (not amused by snarky RAT amendments)
Posted on 04/07/2011 8:28:46 PM PDT by Libloather
Jim Inhofe to Democrats: 'Get a life'
By DARREN GOODE | 4/5/11 3:08 PM EDT
Sen. Jim Inhofe has a simple message to House Democratic critics of the Republican plan to derail EPA climate change regulations: Get a life.
The Senate Environment and Public Works ranking member wasnt amused by the series of snarky Democratic amendments to rename the GOP legislation preventing EPA from regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act.
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) offered a series of amendments to the House measure which Inhofe is pushing in the Senate to change the title of the bill to, among other options, the Koch Brothers Appreciation Act, the Middle Eastern Economic Development and Assistance Act, the Head in the Sand Act and the Protecting Americans from Polar Bears Act.
Inhofe in response told reporters Tuesday, Theyre going to have to get a life. He added, Were talking about Waxman and Markey here, referring to the sponsors of the ill-fated cap-and-trade bill, Reps. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) and Ed Markey (D-Mass.).
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And why would they do that?
I can vouch for two of the three.....
Mahhhkey and Nostrilutis are in fear of choking on their rectally inverted brains.
The other di**hit* I dunno... He may be a new anuidiot in the making
Rep Gerry Connolly is one of the most corrupt people ever to make it to Congress.
He almost lost last year in a heavily democrat district but was saved by the SEIU and the votes of thousands of illegal aliens registered by the democrats and their allies.
This is what these elitists do with their time? Come up with childish nonsense like this? I'd be embarrassed if I lived in this clown's district.
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