Friday, December 09, 2011

He needs to spend more time outside the jurisdiction of his family

Deadbeat Dad not giving up:
Rep. Joe Walsh has confirmed he will in effect say, “Redistricting be damned” and will seek reelection to the House by vying for Illinois' 8th District.


StonyPillow said...

Yahoo! That's my district!

Sadly, the two "Democrats" vying for the right to eviscerate Walsh (Tammy and Raja) are both stinkin' DLC Democrats. Tammy has Rahm's financial backing, so she'll probably win.

So we get a Rep who's paid not to fight for America, instead of the Rep who's being paid to fight against America. My enthusiasm would be precisely zero, except I love the taste of Reactionary Tears.

jimmiraybob said...

After politics maybe Walsh will be able to pose as a 5h grader and get an apprentice janitorial job through the Gingrich-the Donald Employment Agency of Greater Nutistan. Only downside would be the possibility of wages being garnished to help feed his kids.

pansypoo said...

a crash is fun to watch.

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