Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Campaign for America's Future kicks off "Most Corrupt Congress Ever" campaign

Here's their opening salvo.


  • This country needs an enema. It,s time to clean house and get rid of these no good,greedy,corrupt,thieving BASTARDS.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:26 PM  

  • On behalf of most american's,tell the rest of the the world to go to hell until we clean up our own mess.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:36 PM  

  • The residents of Cathage, Mo, are paying the price for the cronyism of their Congressional delegation. Roy Blunt, acknowledged to be one of the most corrupt members of Congress, Senator Bond, and Senator Talent teamed up to funnel $5 million in pork money from the Consolidated Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2004 to Brian Appel, a wealthy Republican donor from New York. With that money, Appel formed a joint venture with ConAgra, a huge supporter of Bond, Talent and Blunt, and built a plant to convert turkey waste into oil.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:38 PM  

  • Ike Skelton - Poster Child for What is Wrong in Politics

    Ike Skelton is an old-time, southern Missouri Democrat. In today's Kansas City Star, he voiced the heart of political darkness - the primal source of corruption and the triumph of scandal over idealism.
    “The first job of a statesman is to get elected,” said the Fourth District Democrat . . . “The second job is to get re-elected.”
    No, you corrupt vacuum of decency! Your first job is to serve the United States of America. Your second job is to serve your constituents.

    I suspect that Ike Skelton has only voiced what most of our elected public servants really feel. But I promise to support any credible candidate, republican, democrat or third party, who challenges Ike Skelton. He has stated quite clearly that he is out for himself first, and second. Missourians deserve better than third place in the hearts and heads of their representatives in Congress.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:40 PM  

  • You'd think with Tom DeLay permanently resigning his leadership post due to scandal and the stank of the Jack Abramoff scandal all over the Congressional Republicans, that Jim Walsh would want to fix the ship and move Congress in the right direction.

    You'd be wrong. Jim Walsh boldly declared, "MORE OF THE SAME" yesterday joined Team Blunt. Jim Walsh has officially signed on as a supporter of Acting Majority Leader/Majority Whip/Tom DeLay Mini-Me Roy Blunt.

    Here are some interesting notes as to why this is so disturbing:

    Roy Blunt was named one of the 13 Most Corrupt Members of Congress
    Runs a seedy Tom DeLay-Like Political Operation

    Shared a top political, who is presently under indictment, with Tom DeLay

    And has extensive ties to both Tom DeLay and Jack Abramoff

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:47 PM  

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