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Monday, May 4, 2009

Benedict Arlen Hides The Goodies Dems Promised And Blames Kemp's Death On ..Kemp's Politics

Couple quick things here about "Specter The Defector" as surprisingly the normal Obama sycophant David Gregory actually treats him like a republican in this little clip from Meet The Morons Sunday morning, catching the turncoat off guard as he was expecting to receive the red carpet treatment now that he's made his maiden "out of the closet" appearance on the Sunday circuit as an official Dimwit dem.......

Then he made the most asinine statement a cancer survivor of all people should nailed to the wall for basically saying that JackKemp would be alive today if not for the politics of Jack Kemp and republicans which must have came with his DNC introductory package supplied to all dim dems upon their induction into the party and culture of death.

Another fun thing about the Specter the Defector is the drainage of his campaign contribution swamp by vengeful republicans which I say "make sure you all get every damn dollar back from this swine you can leaving him broke for his self serving switch in name only since we're all well aware he's been a subversive his whole damn career."
Arlen Specter's money back guarantee -

Los Angeles Times: "When he announced the other day that he was switching to the Democratic Party, Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter offered to return campaign donations from any contributors who might take offense.

Turns out that includes a lot of his Senate Republican colleagues who lent money to the cause.

Georgia Republican Johnny Isakson was first in line -- asking Specter to return his $5,000 leadership political action committee contribution. Other Republicans requesting refunds on behalf of their PACs: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky ($10,000), Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander ($5,000), Texas Sen. John Cornyn ($5,000) and Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker ($5,000).

'They gave that money to elect a Republican. They did not give that money to strengthen [Democratic Senate Majority Leader] Harry Reid's majority,' National Republican Senatorial Committee spokesman Brian Walsh told the Washington Times. 'I expect a lot of people will be looking to have their money returned.'

No question Republicans are peeved. One Republican official in Hamilton County, Ohio, Alex Triantafilou, was criticized for crossing the line into bad taste when he posted an image of Specter, then bald from his chemotherapy treatments for a brain tumor, next to one of the hairless Dr. Evil from the 'Austin Powers' movies. H"


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken

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