The Democrats have adopted a tactic of calling Americans “Nazis”, “un-American”, and “racist” because we won’t goosestep to Dear Leader’s socialist agenda or tolerate his habit of trampling on the Constitution.
Having said that, Pete Stark-raving-mad is at it again.
When a man at Stark’s town hall concludes with the well-known phrase, “Don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining” — meaning “don’t lie to me”, Stark replies with:
“I wouldn’t dignify you by peeing on your leg. It wouldn’t be worth wasting the urine.”
Since we’re in a pissing contest Stark, if you were on fire on the side of the road, I wouldn’t throw piss on you to put you out.
Back in 2007, Pete Stark (D-CA) frothed at the mouth accusing President Bush of ‘sending young troops to Iraq to get their heads blown off for his amusement’.
He once called Republican Rep. Nancy Johnson “a whore,” and said former Health and Human Services Secretary Louis Sullivan is “a disgrace to his race.”
Pete also showed how much he “supports” the troops:
When Daniel Dow returned home Thursday evening, he noticed he had a voice mail message. To his great surprise, it was left by his Congressman, Pete Stark (D-CA), in response to a fax he had sent in an hour earlier.
But to Dow’s even greater surprise, the message was a smarmy smear, one in which Congressman Stark essentially called him stupid and implied that the enlisted man, who had just returned from Kosovo, did not care about enlisted men and women.
Thursday evening, the House voted on one of its typical resolutions supporting the troops in Iraq, but also condemning the prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib and calling for a full investigation. 16-term San Francisco liberal Pete “Fortney” Stark was one of 50 Congressmen to oppose the non-controversial resolution.
Daniel Dow wrote an intelligent, though strongly worded letter expressing his outrage and faxed it to Rep. Stark’s office at 4:30pm PST. Dow stepped out for some errands, and upon returning home, he listened to his voice mail.
This is what he heard:
“You don’t know what you’re talking about.” Stark then informs the enlisted man, “So if you care about enlisted people, you wouldn’t have voted for that thing, either.”
“Probably somebody put you up to this, and I’m not sure who it was, but I doubt if you could spell half the words in the letter and somebody wrote it for you. So I don’t pay too much attention to it.”
…..“But I’ll call you back later.” …..to let you tell me why you think you’re such a great, god-damned hero.”
Stark did not call back.
From previous post: http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2007/10/19/stark-raving-lunatic/
Pete’s got quite a reputation for disrespecting his own constituents. We’ll see if the people of California have the good sense to finally get rid of this arrogant cockholster and replace him with someone more responsible.