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Tweet Of The Day

28 Jan

Randy Weber of Texas, a United States congressman. I get having a difference of opinion, but really?

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Posted by on January 28, 2014 in Current Events, The Freak Show

 

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6 responses to “Tweet Of The Day

  1. Marner

    January 28, 2014 at 7:02 pm

    Stay classy, Weber. I see that Willie Robertson can’t even wear a tie to the State of the Union. Gotta keep that illusion going.

     
  2. Cluster

    January 28, 2014 at 7:19 pm

    Just for those with a short memory and a disturbing need to defend Obama:

    Interview with Senator Harry Reid, NBC’s Meet the Press, December 5, 2004

    MR. RUSSERT: When the president talked about Yucca Mountain and moving the nation’s nuclear waste there, you were very, very, very strong in your words. You said, “President Bush is a liar. He betrayed Nevada and he betrayed the country.”

    Is that rhetoric appropriate?

    SEN. REID: I don’t know if that rhetoric is appropriate. That’s how I feel, and that’s how I felt. I think to take that issue, Tim, to take the most poisonous substance known to man, plutonium, and haul 70,000 tons of it across the highways and railways of this country, past schools and churches and people’s businesses is wrong. It’s something that is being forced upon this country by the utilities, and it’s wrong. And we have to stop it. And people may not like what I said, but I said it, and I don’t back off one bit.

     
    • rustybrown2012

      January 28, 2014 at 7:34 pm

      Stay bitter, Cluster!

       
    • bardolf2

      January 28, 2014 at 8:07 pm

      It’s not great to haul 70,000 tons of plutonium across the country but
      A) Clinton approved it because scientists had reached a consensus that it was the best plan for disposal
      B) Nevada took billions of US taxpayer money for Yucca
      C) It is much better underground in an inert field than decaying in barrels in hundreds of different sites.

      It’s something forced upon this country by nature because if one wants to use nuclear energy there are harmful byproducts.

      BTW how many trains is 70,000 tons? Maybe a dozen.

      The whole past schools and churches is cheap rhetoric.

       
  3. watsonthethird

    January 28, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    Cluster, my post wasn’t a defense of President Obama. Rather, it was to point the spotlight on a classless individual, congressman or not. And gosh, you scurried around the Internet to find a quote from… 2004! Good on you!

     
    • Cluster

      January 29, 2014 at 5:04 am

      That’s exactly the response I expected from you. My post was a spotlight on two classless individuals.

       
 
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