The Brat In The Hat

Let’s repeal the repealers. Let’s overturn unaffordable care. Let’s declare open season on the NRA. Let’s take the brats off the tit, starting with the brat in the hat, Ted Cruz.

We need a constitutional amendment declaring it’s over, when you’re out of office, it’s over.

When you’re out of office, no more lifetime health care benefits. When you’re out of office, no more pension. Most of all, when you’re out of office, no more crossfiring appearances on CNN, MSNBC or FOX.

On second thought, FOX is fine. You can appear on FOX. Anyone who’s watching FOX is already dead. So who cares?

As for the talent pool, we can only hope they get so drunk, and overdose on themselves, they drown in the pool.

Ted Cruz took his Harvard Law Degree and shoved it so far up his ass, displaying appropriate lack of respect for the rule of law, he was actually granted permission by Chief Justice John Roberts to argue before the land’s highest court wearing ostrich cowboy boots.

It’s astonishing what you can accomplish with a pair of shit kickers, no sense of decency and a sadistic friend who gets-off on pegging Uncle Sam with Lady Liberty’s dick.

Ted Cruz has turned the Dr. Seuss classic Green Eggs and Ham into a national embarrassment by filibustering against Affordable Care.

Call it what it is: Green Eggs and Sham.

I want to like Texas. But they keep sending the worst possible men to Washington. We’re still reeling from 8-years under the Cowboy-In-Chief. Now we’re on Cruz Control.

Have the people of Texas forgotten they once blessed us with Ann Richards?

What’s with the men? You put a pair of cowboy boots on a man from Texas and he starts to believe his own bullshit. The filibuster against Affordable Care is the wrong kind of Ted Talk.

Incidentally, it’s not ObamaCare. Call it what it is: Affordable Care.

42 votes against Affordable Care. Take that in. 42 votes.

Not 42 votes refining Affordable Care. Not 42 votes tweaking Affordable Care. Not 42 votes implementing Affordable care.

42 Votes.

Against.

Affordable.

Care.

How stupid do they think we are? Seriously? Ted Cruz actually went to Harvard Law School. It’s time to see the Ivy League for what it is, a place where spoiled assholes go to become well connected spoiled assholes.

Ted Cruz is unimaginative. Ted Cruz is uninspiring. Ted Cruz is unnecessary.

How stupid do they think we are? Seriously? It’s as though Ted Cruz and his joyless band of Tea Partiers are a terror cell in the bizarro land of Dr. Seuss, determined to take a classic idea based on hope, “Oh The Places You’ll Go” and replace it with a cynical turd, “Oh The Places You Won’t Go.”

It’s time to paint red and white stripes on your cowboy hat, Ted, and call you what you are…

The Grinch Who Stole Health Care.

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5 Responses to The Brat In The Hat

  1. Claudia says:

    When it comes to Texas, I feel like you do about Florida. Texas scares the shit out of me, really! These cowboy wearing macho men feel invincible. They feel Almighty; power in the wrong hands is devastating!
    He is making a mockery of a system that was already fucked up to begin with! His Ivy education means shit if he has not heart and no brains.
    Money at times only serves to destroy others. I use to love Green Eggs and Ham, now just thinking about this idiot reading it makes me nauseated.

  2. vince says:

    Funny stuff, that Ted Cruz. He read Green Eggs and Ham!

    How Ironic. That is the story of an asshole who doesn’t like something, even though he never tried it. Then, after he finally tries it, he loves it.

  3. Tali says:

    I’m going to stop watching the news altogether and just rely on your blogs to get me through. Another great post.

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