Skip to comments.Nadler: ‘The State Ought to Have a Monopoly on Legitimate Violence’
Posted on 12/27/2012 4:01:18 AM PST by IbJensen
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“Nadler looks so nice now that hes lost 450 lbs.”
Which reminds me...did any of the lefty journos ever question Nadler on his ability to do his job because of his obesity? The way they did/do with Christie?
‘The State Ought to Have a Monopoly on Legitimate Violence
Yup.. It worked so well at Waco, Ruby Ridge..
Nadler is a living example of the need for “spoon control”.
Bless his little heart. Come and get them, sweet pants; we've prepared a lead enriched diet for you and your thugs.
Gerald does have someone who ties his shoes for him. He hasn’t seen his feet for over thirty years.
He also straps roller skates to his hands in order to keep his knuckles from dragging on the floor as he lumbers down the halls of government.
Gerald is typical of the leftist, America-hating gaggle that is ruling this nation to death.
Everyone to Nadler’s house for nachos and cheese!
Yep George &. Thom they don’t come any smarter n those 2...
The pustulent Jerry Nadler, also known as the alimentary canal of the Congress, wasted no time announcing the intention of the Democrat party to make the Newton, Connecticut mass murders a political football.
Article from Gay USA: IN THE NEWS: We'll recap the November elections around the country, give you our take on Rudy Giuliani's welcoming of an endorsement from the "Rev." Pat Robertson, and more. We kick off this week's "Gay USA" with our guest transgender activist Melissa Sklarz to do a post mortem on the debate in the US House over the Employment Non-Discrimination Act which was passed covering sexual orientation but not gender identity and expression. We will show you clips from the debate featuring Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) defending the need to drop gender identity, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) telling the Congress why it is wrong to separate sexual orientation from sexual orientation (and why he was one of seven pro-gay, pro-trans members to vote against Frank's bill), and anti-gay Rep. Mark Souder (R-IN) condemning the charade tactics of the Democrats on the transgender amendment (which was withdrawn by Rep. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI).