Republicants want Democratic lawmaker to apologize for telling the truth

You would think Republicants would be happy a Democrat was telling the truth for once. This of course is the full-video, not the silly clip the MSM is showing of him just saying ‘Die Quickly’.

I like the part about the blank piece of paper.


#1 Helga on 09.30.09 at 3:55 pm

The whiny repubs are having a hissy fit today over Grayson’s remarks. Guess he hit too close to home for them. The party of NO to include Virginia Foxx, Gohmert and that idiot King from Iowa, all made lots of comments.
Here are some:

#2 l3wis on 09.30.09 at 4:57 pm

Grayson was just on the situation room, CNN. He called Republicans, “Knuckle Dragging Neandrathals” LMAO. Carville was on the panel and commended Grayson for not backing away from his comment and said, “Not sure if I would have called Repubs Neandrathals, regressive, but not Neandrathals”

#3 Helga on 09.30.09 at 6:11 pm

Now he is on Rachel’s show. Finally someone not backing down to the r’s.
Mike Malloy calls them knuckle dragging ^&* also. He just uses different words.

#4 Costner on 10.01.09 at 6:41 am

Personally I think his message would have been more effective if he would have just kept harping on that blank piece of paper idea.

His presentation should have shown a blank board and he could have explained that the GOP had about a decade of power where they made exactly 0% improvement in healthcare and where they submitted exactly 0 bills to improve the situation.

His statement about dying quickly was probably a bit over the top and is nothing more than a generic equivalent of the “death panels” that had the left all up in arms. The Neandrathals comment was probably a bit far as well. The party itself much be stuck in the sticks, but there are quite a few good Republicans out there.

If only they would be willing to buck the party line from time to time.

#5 l3wis on 10.01.09 at 6:51 am

It gets better, instead of apologizing, yesterday he said he was sorry that congress is allowing 44,000 people die a year who don’t have healthcare he also called it a holocost. I think it is about time a Democrat grew a sack and is standing up to the lying a-holes that call themselves Republicans.

#6 Randall on 10.01.09 at 7:32 am

Costner: “…but there are quite a few good Republicans out there.”

Name two, please.

#7 Costner on 10.01.09 at 11:07 am

I still like John McCain. As far as Republican Senators go, he is about as good as they come (although I still didn’t support him for President because he attempted to appeal to the GOP base).

Olympia Snowe isn’t afraid to cross party lines so she can’t be all bad even if I don’t always find myself in agreement with her.

Chuck Grassley has impressed me from time to time although I’ll admit I don’t follow his career well enough to know everything about the man.

I also like Michael Bloomberg. Although to be hoenst I’m not sure what party he belongs to considering he has been a Democrat, a Republican, and an Independent.

Then there are countless Republicans outside of politics that are just fine.

Frankly I’d have as much difficultly naming good Democrats as I would good Republicans. I think it has less to do with party affiliation and more to do with politicians in general.

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