Skip to comments.Maine governor offers crude metaphor involving Vaseline
Posted on 06/22/2013 10:46:08 PM PDT by neverdem
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) on Thursday went after a Democratic state senator by using a vulgar metaphor involving lubricant.
LePage told reporters that state Sen. Troy Jackson claims to be for the people, but hes the first one to give it to the people without providing Vaseline.
LePage then walked away, later returning to explain his comment.
“That comment is not politically correct,” he said. “But we gotta understand who this man is. This man is a bad person. He doesn’t only have no brains; he has a black heart.”
(Full audio can be found here, starting at about the 2:25 mark.)....
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He looks a lot like Adolf H — no mustache and a bit plumper, but almost identical.
Back in ye olden days, pre-political correctness, our teacher told us, "Maine was the White Man's answer to Mississippi."
Ayuh, heah is wheah the poverty shoe pinches.
BTW, Jackson is as stupid as he looks, but he is smart enough to pick up on major Democrat word patterns. Wants more Somalis, More Latinos, More Votes for the likes'o'him.
Lol, nope....I’m stuck in MA with you.
I hope he can pull off a re-election, but the press is after him night & day up there.
“he has a black heart”
THAT’S RACIST!!!! /s;)
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I suspect Lepage will be reelected. Maine is in such disrepair its deeply frustrating.
We have relatives in Maine and own a piece of a farmhouse near Auburn, so whenever we go up there I follow the local politics as much as I can. You could see LePage coming from a mile away. There is absolutely nothing wishy-washy about the man, yet the newsrooms there - - as well as my relatives - - couldn’t figure out if he was liberal or conservative, Republican or Democrat.
I love to visit Maine. Where we go, the quiet is so thick you can cut it with a knife. Very comforting and relaxing. I am already looking forward to those big fat lobster rolls they sell in Freeport. You get $100 worth (in Pennsylvania) of fresh lobster meat for less than $10.
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