Excuse the Political Interruption

But I am livid and more than a little peeved about the awful decorum  from one South Carolina congressman last night during the healthcare speech. Joe Wilson, you should be ashamed of yourself.

 

This is the face of the Republican “debate” on healthcare. My Granny would not invite you to her house for dinner, sir, and she is a Republican. You have bad manners. And you apologize poorly.  

If you feel as ticked off as me and can’t access the Congressman’s website due to traffic, you can contact him the old-fashioned way at:

Congressman Joe Wilson

212 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515

(202)-225-2452 phone

Thank you.

And now back to our regularly scheduled programming…

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Excuse the Political Interruption

  1. I believe that he is ashamed of himself. But still, it is horrifying that our political discourse has descended to such a level that it has become acceptable to heckle the President during a speech, and express fear about allowing our President to speak to our country’s youngest citizens. He is the President, regardless of whether you agree with his politics. Apparently we have no reverence for this office anymore.

  2. Paul

    Joe Wilson from South Carolina, is just another good old boy where in the morning these married men preach to you that there should be prayer in our schools and in the evening they are on their cell phones setting up a date with their other women on the side, hypocrisy has been bred in. I am not surprised that he felt compel to yell like he was at some Friday night game. He is a hater not a debater like most of his side of the isle.

  3. just popped an note in the mail..
    basically it said…
    duuuuude… wtf?
    but you know..in “adult speak”
    xoxo

  4. Congressman Joe Wilson, in my efforts to study history so as not to duplicate the dumb ___ comments and philosophies of the past, I find that you are in good company. Jesus Christ, when confronting the Jewish religious and political leaders of his day, had a few choice words (Matthew 23 chapter) for them also. I must add without apology. The so called religious leaders had long forgotten that they were to be the sevants of the people in helping them worship the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob. They had become complacent, welfare recipiants living off the 10% tithes that Isreal was required to bring to the system. They prostituted themselves with Rome and had long since forgotten that their power and independence came from Jehovah. Thanks, Joe!

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