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Sunday, September 26, 2010

IWA for Sunday 092610

Being compared to Biden is GREAT.

Hey folks,

Only is our Idiot's mind. Vice President "Bite Me," as called by some, is an Idiot.

"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man."
Another nugget of wisdom from our VP?

"In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian-Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking."
Couple that with his tendencies to drop the F-Bomb, and other Gems over the time in Office, he has shown himself to be nothing more than a full fledged Idiot.

Well, this Week's Winner thinks it an Honor to be compared to him. I'm not kidding.

The head of the Ohio Democratic Party is brushing off his description of Tea Partiers and other opponents of President Obama's health care law as "f--kers," saying he shares a penchant for blurting with Vice President Biden.

"It is what it is," Ohio Democratic Party Chairman Chris Redfern told Fox News regarding his Monday appearance at an endorsement event by the United Steelworkers for several Ohio Democrats, including Gov. Ted Strickland.

"Vice President Biden and I have a way with words," Redfern said, conjuring up the vice president's description this spring of the signing of the health care law as a "big f---ing deal."
This is a badge of Honor? Really? This guy IS just like Biden. He's an Idiot.

He also suggested the audience could handle it.

"Look, I was speaking to 40 grizzled steelworkers," Redfern said.
Yeah, you know, those stupid hick Voters that the Left is so quick to call stupid and then say, "We're here for you."

Redfern said during his remarks he was lamenting "people in this state who look at health care as a privilege, not a right."
It IS a privilege not a Right you Moron.

"If your kids are going to graduate from college, now he or she gets health care, your heath care, while he or she looks for a new job," Redfern reportedly said. "It's in the very base terms we win these arguments. Every time one of these f--kers says, excuse my language ..."

The comment was captured by a WTOV9 news camera, which had been invited to videotape the endorsement.

Redfern told Fox News that he thought his remarks were off-camera.

"The reporter was working her Blackberry and the photographer was standing away from his camera, but I guess it was on," he said.
Like I said, when they think they are talking to like minded people and they think no one else is watching, they tell you EXACTLY who they are and what they think. Then our Logic Winner spoke up. This is one of those few times that we get BOTH Winners at one time.

Chris Littleton, the president of the Cincinnati Tea Party, responded that just because Redfern didn't know the cameras were rolling doesn't mean his point of view changes. He added that all the accusations that Tea Partiers are racist or hateful are a "projection" of opponents' own thoughts and he'd be willing to explain to Redfern why the health care law is problematic to Tea Party participants.

"These leaders and candidates can't stand on facts or logic, so they use hate and insults," Littleton said in a statement. "When you believe in principles of liberty, you don't have any reason to hate or demean. We don't need to make appeals to emotion because we can rely on history and fact."

A Fox News/Pulse Opinion Research poll released Tuesday showed Strickland six points behind former Ohio Rep. John Kasich in Strickland's re-election race. The poll, taken Sept. 18, of 1,000 likely voters, has a 3 percent margin of error.
Wait!? Another Conservative leading in the Polls. Imagine that. {Smile} Congratulations Chris Redfern, you ARE the Idiot of the Week. I understand it is not your fault. You, like most Liberals, are too ignorant to see Reality and do not possess the ability to actually THINK for yourself. Nor apply Logic and Reason to what you are being told. But don't worry, they Adults are coming home. They will run things much better than you and the rest of the Children running the show now.

Fox News - Ohio Democrat Curses Voters Who Oppose Health Care Law

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