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3.22.2010

Whodunit?

Background: A few pro-life Democrats had refused to vote for the health care bill yesterday until President Obama signed an Executive Order saying that no federal funds would be used to pay for abortions. And when one of those main Democrats spoke in the House, someone yelled "baby killer!" It looks like it was a Republican from Texan but no one is fessing up. They are keeping a list of who has denied saying it here. Edit: We now have our answer. This is the guy who defeated Charles Stenholm (long time Wise County representative before the Republicans gerrymandered his district.)
I think the crazy guy is on the right

41 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm from Texun and I think Stupak better hope he can rap because his name is shit as an elected official.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you are against all abortions for white folks, because those babies could grow up to be right-wing Christian nutjobs, aren't you, 12:46PM......but it's ok for Blacks and Hispanics, right Texun?

Anonymous said...

It was good ole Randy Neugebauer form right here in Lubbock that said it!

Anonymous said...

Is there a problem with calling him a baby killer? Isn't he just that by the way he voted?

wordkyle said...

It's stupid for anyone to yell out such a thing, true or not. I imagine we'll find out if this particular EO can survive a legal challenge.

Anonymous said...

Party Killer!

Anonymous said...

Randy is certainly not a modern day Daniel Webster. Kind of makes you long for Charlie Stenholm or Omar Burleson. Much more decorum, even when political discourse reached the boiling point.

My Other Brother Darryl

Anonymous said...

What will they do to him? Send him to Gitmo for interrogation?

Anonymous said...

Stupak=Rollover

Anonymous said...

He yelled "It's a baby killer" people. He wasn't calling Stupak one.

Move on little doggies...nothing to see here.

Anonymous said...

Adults acting like children !!! Both sides guilty !! Grow up !

Anonymous said...

I can assure you that leaving out the abortion funding is a bad idea. Those folks seeking free abortions need them as does society...these children will just grow up to fill our prisons. Cheaper to abort them than support them!

Anonymous said...

right there 1:58. not only should tax money be used to fund abortions, they should give tax credits to those who have them.

this abortion debate has run its course. dont these people know that if abortions were outlawed tomorrow, affluent folks would just fly to another country and have their abortions performed?

Anonymous said...

Call a spade a spade!

Anonymous said...

The King screwed us again -- Went against the US Constitution, gave Stupak THREE airports in his congressional district on Friday night (good timing, right?), went TOTALLY AGAINST the majority of America and their wishes, and these Representatives have the OVERALL LOWEST APROVAL RATING of any group yet, what are these people smoking? This has GOT to stop!

Anonymous said...

If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it's a duck. Sounds like 'ol Randy knows a duck when he sees one?

Anonymous said...

ABORT !! not Support !!

Anonymous said...

If Republicans had the same passion for being fiscal conservative as they did on being pro-life, our country would not be in the mess it is in today. Stenholm was a fiscal conservative but that was not good enough for Tom Delay and so he is no longer our Congressman. There would be no room for Stenholm in the party of Howard Dean today since he would not vote unfunded mandates.

Noticed Chet Edwards voted no last night.

Anonymous said...

just imagine what the world would be like if we gave a thousand dollar bonus with all black abortions, what a wonderful world this would soon be.

Anonymous said...

320 not a bad idea

Anonymous said...

It really is getting kind of disingenuous when republican politicians want to distance themselves from protesters shouting the "N" and "F" word at black and gay members of the House, when THEY THEMSELVES are using terms like "baby-killer" and "War of Northern Aggression."

It's time for these people who can't observe Congressional decorum to be censured. The atmosphere of bile and hate they are fostering, in and out of the halls of Congress, is extremely damaging.

Denney Crane said...

As far as I'm concerned, they're all baby killers; whether it be abortion, Iraq or Afghanistan.

All the yes voters got cushy jobs for life as well as a little extra help in their next campaign fund...

Now when they bankrupt the country and all goverment checks cease, except to the armed forces, they can begin their New World Order.

Anonymous said...

You speak of gerrmandering as if there is something wrong with it. I would think you would embrace it since you democrats invented the tactic and have been using it in Texas to keep keep congressional representation in your favor since the civil war. When Republicans were finally able to redraw the districts a few years ago to more closely match the way Texans vote the tactic suddenly becomes unfair.

wordkyle said...

341 - You're comparing mountains to molehills. Using the N-word is the same as saying "war of northern aggression?" That's a stretch to the point of snapping. Why, anyway, is decorum suddenly so important? Did Obama display proper decorum when he assaulted the Supreme Court in his State of the Union speech? Do you forget (or did you even know about) the boos and catcalls Democrats uttered in Bush's 2005 SOTU? Did the Democrat bile and hate throughout Bush's presidency escape you?

Talk about disingenuous.

Anonymous said...

I'm tired of the abortion debate too. Why can't we trust women to make the best choice for their body and their life? This debate waste so much time and it's not really that important to my life; I care about taxes and our spending...if someone wants an abortion they can catch a flight at DFW to many, many other places in the world to have an abortion...

mzchief said...

WOW!
The anti-choice crowd sure knows how to stay classy. Give the guy credit, at least he did not shoot someone or detonate a bomb and blow up innocent people, as is the standard MO of the anti-choice crowd.

Anonymous said...

430 you mean pro-life right..?

wordkyle said...

mzchief - I rarely disagree with you on much, but this is one of those times. I don't condone bombing abortion clinics, nor the killing of doctors who perform abortions. I also don't approve the all-out marketing by Planned Parenthood of the killing of unborn babies -- which the pro-abortion/anti-life crowd embraces. (And why the extraordinary linguistic efforts to deny that killing babies is their business?)

We could insert the usual back-and-forth about "when life begins,etc." To save time, I'll make this my final comment on the subject. Of all the adjectives you could use to describe abortionists and those who facilitate recreational abortions -- the so-called "right" women enjoy to sleep around without consequence -- innocent is the least accurate and the most ironic.

Anonymous said...

Boo hoo. Republicans lost, now we and drink their delicious tears. You lost, get over it.

Anonymous said...

man i sure would hate to get cornered by d crane at a party.

mzchief said...

to wordkyle...
When self-righteous vigilantes of the anti-choice crowd blow up women's health clinics with the intent to kill and injure INNOCENT doctors and nurses who perform perfectly legal medical procedures as well as shoot and kill doctors it is easy to see what side is chock full of MURDERERS.

Incidentally, not all elective abortions are performed on women who believe they have the right to "sleep around without consequence". The second largest group of women, after single, females 15-22, to receive abortions are married, white and unable/unwilling to raise another child and have an abortion with the consent of or at the urging of their husband.

Until you are the one who walks in the shoes of a woman who is compelled, for whatever reason, to have an abortion, you would be all the wiser to shove your ignorant judgment of women, who seek/receive an abortion, where it belongs.

Incidentally, I did not exercise "extraordinary linguistic efforts." I view the abortion issue from a purely legalistic perspective of pro-choice vs anti-choice. Abortion, as determined by the SCOTUS, is a personal, medical issue between a woman and her doctor. What a pity, self-righteous, people who claim they want the government out of people's lives cannot respect the ruling of the SCOTUS which has been the law of the land since 1973.

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To anonymous 5:24...

I stated and meant ANTI-CHOICE. People who are "pro-life" do not MURDER and attempt to maim doctors and nurses for performing perfectly legal medical procedures. People who are "pro-life" do not endorse the death penalty.

Anonymous said...

While I like abortion because it keeps the liberal population in check...Stupak is still a lying sack of crap...I am all for the death penalty but I understand also why a pro-life person would be too...because unlike the idiot class of liberals we can tell the difference between an innocent life and a murderer.

Anonymous said...

mzchief, one word about your 7:40pm effort........OUTSTANDING!!!

Anonymous said...

Give a free abortion only with a non reversal tubligation.If they can live with the first I can live with the second.DAGO

Anonymous said...

To Wordkyle -

That is the hypocritical (I meant liberal) way. It's only wrong when the right does it.

wordkyle said...

mzchief - This is one of those rare topics on which we will have to agree to disagree. I have too much regard for you to continue a pointless debate. On this topic, neither side will ever budge. My only response will be that the "linguistic efforts" to which I alluded were in regards to the industry, not you personally. Live long and prosper.

Anonymous said...

Hey Bubear...you do love your stir stick! LOL

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your comments MzChief. All I would add to that is the religious fanatics who are tied to the abortion issue.

These folks kill from the pulpit. Some I know even call their children "warriors" for the Lord.

Self righteousness can kill too.

mzchief said...

To wordkyle...
Thank you for acknowledging there are indeed topics about which people are better off, agreeing to disagree. The reason I willingly agree to disagree on the topic of abortion is because the law of the land is such that it allows people who do not want an abortion to not have an abortion and it allows women who elect, for whatever reason, to undergo an abortion.

I sincerely wish you continued success and good fortune....keep up the good work.

mzchief said...

To anonymous 8:49...
Thank you.

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To anonymous 6:39...

More people, throughout history, have been killed in the name of religion than any other single cause. I have never understood the mentality of people who believe they have a right to kill and/or vilify people for merely disagreeing about something especially something that is a matter of faith.

Anonymous said...

Mzchief (9:15) post - I agree and I am a Christian.