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Thursday, December 08, 2005

U.Conn Liberal Students are Typical

Conservative writer and columnist Ann Coulter had to cut her speech short at the University of Connecticut because of abrasive and unruly students who claim her speeches are hate filled. Apparantly these people don't pay much attention to current events and the hated filled rhetoric coming from the left in the U.S. Senate and House.
In her speech at UConn, Coulter called Bill Clinton an "executive buffoon" who won the presidency only because Ross Perot took 19 percent of the vote. She called California Sen. Barbara Boxer a good candidate for the Democrats because "she is a woman and she's learning disabled."
Is this hate, political satire or a mix combining Coulter's conservative opinion? When liberals don't like something they lay on the floor, kick and scream like spoiled brats. It's typical of comments I receive on this blog, insults based on misrepresented information and ignoring facts. When I respond to these left-wing nuts they finally go away because they lack the intellect to responsibly debate using the truth without their constant whining. They disengage themselves because they can't discuss topics based on material facts.
One protestor at U. Conn has a major in journalism and social welfare. Wasn't welfare reform accomplished in the "Contract with America" and the new Republican congress in the 90's? How could anyone benefit majoring in that? Mix it in with journalism and we have the main stream media.
Protesting is a right, so is civil disobedience. Being uninformed while making accusations that are false is irresponsible. It's a Liberal thing!

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Blogger Liberator_Rev said...

Conservatives like yourself, Don, try to paint every misbehavior of every "Liberal" as "typical". Liberals can't control every "liberal", but what must typifies parties is whom they elect to be their spokespeople and THESE the kinds of people the Conservative and/or Republican Party regularly selects for positions of leadership in their party:
In Connecticut, the holier-than-thou Republican party chose the mayor of one of the state's largest cities as its candidate for the U.S. Senate. If Joe Lieberman had caved in to Republican demands in the year 2000 that he not run for relection to the Senate at the same time that he was running for the vice presidency, then our nation would have had a Republican Senator from Conn., named Philip Giordano at least until he was sentenced to serve his 37 year sentence in Federal prison as a result of the FBI investigating him for financial shenanigans and discovering in the process that this disgusting, dishonest Republican office holder had been repeatedly molesting two pre-teen little girls related to his prostitute-mistress (in the mayor's office among other places).
See more on this disgusting Republican office holder at :
A couple of years later, John Roland, Connecticut's governor was forced to resign and went to Federal prison for corruption.
Leader of the House Republicans, Tom DeLay, has been the long time protector of promoters of slave labor, prostitution and abortion in a U.S. territory.
Yet in 2002, The D. James Kennedy Center for Christian Statesmanship named DeLay "Distinguished Christian Statesman of the year." "The Texas congressman openly shares his faith and has voluntary Bible studies with his staff."
The corruption of House Majority Leader, Tom DeLay, and his gang of "40 thieves" is so extensive that it takes whole web sites to cover, such as, &
and now many MORE Republican Congressmen & women :
According to L. H. Carter, reported to be one of Newt Gingrich's closest friends until a falling-out in 1979, "Newt is amoral. There isn't any right or wrong, there isn't any conservative or liberal. There's only what will work best for Newt Gingrich."
Mary Kahn, wife of Mr. Gingrich's Congressional campaign manager during the 1970s said, "Newt uses people and then discards them as useless. He really is a man with no conscience. He just doesn't seem to care who he hurts or why." Keep those to quotes in mind as you read what Mr. Gingrich told the Washington Post on January 3, 1995: "I have an enormous personal ambition. I want to shift the entire planet. And I am doing it."
When Henry Hyde (R-Illinois) was a mere state representative back home in Illinois, being a devout Catholic husband and father of four sons, didn't hamper his five (or seven) year affair with a married woman with three kids, an affair that continued even after the woman's husband, Fred Snodgrass, found out about it and demanded that Hyde leave his wife alone. Nor did it prevent Hyde from later being honored by the Pope as an outstanding Catholic layman. When this leader of the Clinton impeachment process in the Congress was asked how he felt about his own infidelity and the breaking up that family, he exonerated himself on the basis that it was "a youthful indiscretion" (committed in his early forties when he was not much younger than Clinton!). This from "Mr. Roman Catholic Layman" and leading spokesman for the Catholic pro-life stance in the Congress. ( See Hypocrite of the House).
Bob Livingston (R-Louisiana) was about to replace Newt Gingrich as Speaker of the House until he resigned in disgrace when it was revealed that he admitted to had been involved in several adulterous affairs, (while attempting to crucify Democratic President Clinton for having done much less)!
Bob Barr (R-Georgia): the principal sponsor of the1996 Defense of Marriage Act, has been married three (or is it now four) times. And at a party in 1992, Barr actually licked whipped cream off the breasts of two women, neither of them his current wife. Now that's family values!
Bill Thomas (R-California):
This 11-term Republican is chairman of the Ways and Means subcommittee on Health. In June, (2003?) the Bakersfield Californian reported that Thomas, who is married, was having an affair with health care lobbyist Deborah Steelman. In an "open letter to friends and neighbors" (voters), Thomas did not deny the relationship, but said during his legislative career, " ... Any personal failures of commitment or responsibility to my wife, family, or friends are just that, personal. I have never traded a public responsibility for a personal one and I never will."
Dan Burton (R-Indiana):
The Chairman of the House Government Reform & Oversight Committee. He hates President Clinton so much that he publicly called him a "scumbag". Following an expose, Burton was forced to admit that he fathered an out-of-wedlock child, a fact he denied for years.
He has yet to admit, however, that during 38 years of marriage he has committed adultery with dozens of women, sexually assaulted others (including a lobbyist for Planned Parenthood), and kept mistresses on his campaign and public payrolls - to the tune of at least a half-million dollars.
Charles Canady (R-Florida):
Judiciary Committee member. A leading opponent of abortion, Canady lied to his constituents about his adulterous affair with Sharon Becker, which caused her divorce from Florida businessman Robert Becker.
Dick Armey (R-Texas): as an economics professor before entering Congress, was accused of sexually harassing female students, according to the Dallas Observer.
John Peterson (R-Pennsylvania): has been accused of sexual harassment and hostile-work-environment claims by six women.
The State of S. Dakota is so sparsely settled that it has only one Congressman, "Wild Bill" Janklow, who has been elected by his Republican supporters for years either as Governor, Attorney General or Congressman. Many Native Americans believe Janklow guilty of rape or sexual indecency on Jancita Eagle Deer, a minor and legal infant in his custody and care, on or about January 13, 1967, on the Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota. That charge has not be proved or disproved to date, but Janklow has a long series of other charges against him that have been proved including a dozen speeding charges, the most recent of which involved driving some 70 miles over the speed limit (i.e. through a stop sign) and killing another motorist. See much more about this great Republican office-holder who once got elected after telling his Republican supporters : 'The only way to deal with the Indian problem in America,' he admitted saying, is to put a gun in the AIM [American Indian Movement] leaders' heads and pull the trigger." :
Helen Chenoweth (R-Idaho): one of first to condemn Clinton, admitted to having an extramarital affair herself.J.C. Watts (R-Oklahoma): has said "Character is simply doing right when no one is looking." Watts has tried to cover up his out-of-wedlock child.
Connie Mack (R-Florida): another family values Republican who ran successfully for Congress now finds himself without a family, a bitter soon-to-be ex-wife, without custody of his children and dating Sonny Bono's widow, a Palm Springs Congresswoman, in the process of divorce herself from her second husband.
John Schmitz (R-Orange County, CA), former extreme right-wing Republican that he had two out-of-wedlock children by John Schmitz, who himself was forced to admit in 1982 that he was the father of an infant boy who fathered two children by a mistress — a former student named Carla Stuckle whom Schmitz taught when he was a professor at Santa Ana College. One of these children was once.admitted to an Orange County hospital with hair tied in a square knot around his penis so tightly that it was almost severed.
Congressman Schmitz' daughter, Mary Kay LeTourneau, made national headlines when as a school teacher, she was arrested twice for having sex and producing two children with an underage student of hers (13 years old).
Republican racist pedophile and United States Senator Strom Thurmond had sex with a 15-year old black girl, which produced a child.
Donald "Buz" Lukens (R-Ohio) was found guilty of having sex with a minor and sentenced to one month in jail.
Ken Calvert (R-California) said in 1998, "We can't forgive what occurred between the President and Lewinsky." This is the same Christian Coalition ally, who was caught by police in 1993 receiving oral sex from a prostitute. His ex-wife also sued him for failure to pay alimony.
Dan Crane (R-Illinois) had sex with a minor working as a congressional page.
Robert Bauman was campaigning for his fourth term as a Maryland Congressman in 1980. A practicing Roman Catholic with a wife and child, he was one of the most vocal conservatives in a very conservative Congress. He regularly rallied for old-fashioned values and attacked all supporters of abortion and homosexual rights.
His campaign looked rock-solid, before it changed overnight with a series of shocking revelations. The public learned that Bauman had been charged with soliciting sex from a 16-year old boy he picked up at a gay bar, and that he had been the victim of an extortion scheme by a man who claimed to have had a sexual relationship with him. This, combined with an alcohol problem (which did not seem to bother his fellow Congressmen before), doomed his political career.
October 7, 2005
"Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) [1], a U.S. legislative watchdog group, has released a report attempting to document the unethical and illegal activities of who they are calling the "most tainted members of Congress". In describing the reasons for the report Melanie Sloan, executive director of CREW said, "[CREW] was compelled to research and release a report on these corrupt members because the ethics committees in both the House and Senate are completely inert. The report calls for the House and Senate to act to investigate and take appropriate action against them for these violations of the rules." She went on to attack both parties regarding ethics, "Democrats are just as much to blame as Republicans for the current ethics deadlock. The Democrats won't file ethics complaints against even the most egregious violators like DeLay and Ney…. The Democrats are spineless."
The report is entitled "Beyond DeLay: The 13 Most Corrupt Members of Congress", seeking to capitalize on the current media attention on ethics that has come about due to the indictments of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.
The report covers possible violations of federal laws, as well as congressional ethics rules. To compile the report, CREW drew upon Federal Election Commission (FEC) reports and audits, sworn testimony, emails, and personal financial and travel disclosure forms. By analyzing that information, CREW then attempted to determine if the member's activities violated federal laws, regulations, or congressional ethics rules. (excluding the obvious Republican Majority Leader Tom Delay) The 13 members of Congress covered are:
Sen. Conrad Burns (R-MT)
Sen. Bill Frist (R-TN, Senate Majority leader),
Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA).
Rep. Roy Blunt (R-MO, House Majority Whip)
Rep. Randy Cunningham (R-CA)
Rep. Tom Feeney (R-FL)
Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA)
Rep. Marilyn Musgrave (R-CO)
Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH)
Rep. Richard Pombo (R-CA)
Rep. Rick Renzi (R-AZ)
Rep. Charles Taylor (R-NC)
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)
Republican activist Marty Glickman (a.k.a. "Republican Marty"): used to demonstrate in front of the Capital in Tallahassee, FL, with large signs and banners, denouncing the "filthy morals" of Bill Clinton. Not long after Bill left office, Republican Marty was arrested for having extended, multiple sexual contact between himself and two girls, aged 13-14, delivering the drug LSD. On the way to the Police Station, he keeled over dead in the Police car, after downing the contents of a bottle of drain cleaner.
Republican Nevada State Representative, Richard Gardner, admitted to molesting his two daughters.
Republican California Assemblyman Steve Samuelian who ran as a"conservative's conservative," has been caught a second time (first time in1998) by police attempting to solicit sex from prostitutes in Fresno,California. He is married.
Republican activist Randal David Ankeney pleaded guilty to attempted sexual assault on a child.
I've published a lot MORE at http://www.LiberalsLikeChrist.Org/GOPcorruption

1/26/2006 05:57:00 PM  

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