What can I say. I just had to post this video just so you know what they are saying on the left. If you live on the left, skip the following facts and go right to the slobbering love fest between these two middle school punks.
Grayson you will recall who, in a space of 48 hours accused Republicans of wanting old people to die and then threw in the Holocaust just for good measure. Now this is rich coming from the party that a: devalues life in the womb, b: encourages old folks pass on the heart surgery and”take a pill”, c: wants folks to think about death at age 65 and will pay your doctor just to make sure you do. But Republicans are murderers … and now bullies too.
The icing on the cake comes at the end as these two take high school style whacks at John Boehner.
BTW Grayson’s amazing ignorance is on display since he seems unable to recall HR3400, the Republican Health Care bill.
Here’s the original Grayson:
Update (Wyndeward): A necessary backhgrounder on the “bullie” man.
Freshman Congressman Alan Grayson refused to back down Wednesday from controversial remarks he made on the House floor the night before saying the Republican health care plan calls for sick people to “die quickly.”
In fact, Grayson — a Democrat who represents a central Florida swing district that includes Orlando — made another floor speech in which he apologized to the dead and their families for not acting sooner on health care reform, and then defended both speeches on CNN’s “The Situation Room.”
Now, Grayson is, for lack of a better description, the very model of Democratic comity, which amounts to “shut up and play nice, Neanderthal,” which he also called Republicans. Well, technically, he called them “”foot-dragging, knuckle-dragging Neanderthals.” Likewise, he referred to the lack of socialism in medicine to the Holocaust, which leaves me wondering if anyone will point out Godwin’s law and its various corollaries to the Representative.
I feel like Inigo Montoya talking to Visini… “These words, comity and decorum, y0u keep using… I don’t think they mean what you think they do.”