Tuesday, June 15, 2010

New Facebook site: expel the fascists!

Since we're in a people-faced mood today, it's time to introduce another Facebook fan site that we know you're gonna love!

While the right-wing media portrays 30-year-old men who start fights with public officials as just innocent "kids", much of Congress supports abusing kids by placing them in confinement programs.

But now there's a new fan site on Facebook designed to counter this fascism:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Expel-members-of-Congress-who-support-abusive-teen-programs/131624260189645

Why expel these legislators from Congress? All members of Congress must take an oath or affirmation to uphold the Constitution. The teen confinement industry is built on violating constitutional rights. To support "the industry" is to violate one's oath of office.

The Constitution allows each house of Congress to expel members if two-thirds of lawmakers vote to do so. And members have been expelled - 20 times before.

Make no mistake: We are in a war against evil, as we have been for many years. And now we have the Evil Empire in our crosshairs. The lawmakers we plan to have expelled aren't simply misguided dummies. They are bad people. Period. And it's time we get that straight.

The first congressmoron we're targeting for expulsion is Louisiana's Rep. John Fleming (a Tea Party favorite), because he may be Congress's most arrogant defender of "the industry." His website - which was full of asinine items with names like "Every Child is a Potential Drug Addict" - featured links to confirmedly abusive programs.

It's actually easier to try to have some of these legislators expelled than it is to defeat them in an election, because they're so overfunded. At minimum, this expulsion drive probably does more to draw attention to the problem than a plain old election does.

11 comments:

  1. 1 Person Likes This

    Tim Brown.

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  2. Not going to be an "onlinelunchpail" bump anytime soon.

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  3. As opposed to the 0 persons who like Dominic.

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  4. Awwww, what's the matter? Don't have a personal life, so you assume no one else does either?

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  5. And try using complete sentences next time, Gufus. It makes things much easier to read.

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  6. It's grammatically incorrect to begin a sentence with "And".

    Idiot.

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  7. Also, Gufus, why do you support child abuse?

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  8. It's always funny when people who endorse abortion talk about child abuse.

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  9. I know, man, it's real funny.

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