Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Shadegg And Bachmann Step In Boehner's Shit Sandwich


Now no one can accuse radical right extremists Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and John Shadegg (yeah, the shady two-timer from Arizona) of not being lockstep rubber stamps. They are widely considered two of the most brain-dead Bush puppets into the entire House and both eagerly voted against the bill and have been crowing about it ever since. But both have also denounced Eric Cantor's and the Republican leadership's extremely lame excuse of blaming their inability to live up to their end of the bargain on Nancy Pelosi's speech that they claim blamed the Republican philosophy of greed and selfishness, deregulation and bottom-line predatory, unfettered capitalism for the meltdown. Of course, neither is saying Pelosi was correct in her analysis-- which she was-- but... well, today Shadegg said it was "a stupid claim."
Shadegg said that he doesn't know of a single GOP vote that shifted because of the speech.

On Monday evening, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), a lead opponent of the bailout, told the Crypt that the notion was "nonsense" and mocked the possibility that a Republican would be shocked or offended by the partisan nature of a Democratic speech.

Watch Barney exposing their perfidy:

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