Orange Jumpsuit Awards – Senators Ensign, DeMint, and Coburn

02 Oct

Turns out Senator John Ensign (R – NV) may have broken several laws in his attempts to cover up boffing one of his staffers, while paying off her pim… uhhhh,  husband, who also worked for Ensign – and apparently was aware of what was going on.

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Where Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) of “C Street Crew” fame gets involved is knowing that what Ensign was doing was illegal, facilitating it by negotiating “payment” for nookie.

Second up, is the even more serious case of Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC), who has been talking with the Government of Honduras, who our State Department and the Obama Administration has declared as a “Rogue State”. The issue here is that DeMint is encouraging the “Rogue State” to resist the US Government’s efforts to restore the legitimate government of Honduras…

This is Treason, with a capital “T”, under the Logan Act. While unlikely, there is the possibility that the US Government, in concert with other South and Latin American allies could send US troops into the country to restore order…

So we got a US Senator, telling the other side to “stand strong”…

And possibly kill our soldiers?

This SOB needs to be impeached, tried for treason…

And locked up in the general population of a Federal prison, where he can learn the real meaning of patriotism.

Racism will not only make you stupid…

It now appears it will make you a Traitor.

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Posted by on October 2, 2009 in The Post-Racial Life


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8 responses to “Orange Jumpsuit Awards – Senators Ensign, DeMint, and Coburn

  1. tafaraji

    October 3, 2009 at 10:29 AM

    bt, off topic, could you interpret this.


    • btx3

      October 3, 2009 at 10:41 AM

      President Obama campaigned on the platform of “Change”, and as such is identified with that as a slogan. Once he assumed office he quickly converted that talk into actions and managing the government.

      If you think about what was going on during the periods that Presidents talk about change and hope – they are periods of economic expansion where the country isn’t facing crisis. Ergo, the stronger the economy is, the more Presidents talk about change and hope. When the country is in crisis, Presidents tend to talk about the crisis, and actions t stave off the crisis. In particular – look at the periods between 1929 and 1939 (Great Depressions), 1940-1945 (WWII), Nixon resignation, gas crisis, and economic collapse (1971-1980).


  2. tafaraji

    October 3, 2009 at 10:58 AM

    Clinton in 93 and Johnson in 65 spoke of change more in their inaugural addresses than Barack who campaigned on change, but then spoke more of hope in his inaugural address. Do you think Johnson delivered more change, with the event of civil right legislation, than did Clinton who changed more to the center right than even his wife? Thank you for your response, and sorry to be off topic. I always find it interesting when people leave my blog by way of capturing an image I’ve posted; someone left recently with this image of hope and change statistics.


    • btx3

      October 3, 2009 at 12:19 PM

      Johnson was the most successful President of the last 60 years. His legacy is tarred by Vietnam – however, he was the guy who brought more changes to America than any president before or after. Besides Civil Rights, he got Medicare passed, he got the Head Start Program going, and he reduced black poverty in the US by nearly 20% for which conservatives despise him.

      Met Lady Byrd some years ago at a campaign fundraiser for her ill fated Son in Law. She is definitely in the top 5 of coolest people I have ever met.



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