Tuesday, October 3, 2017

S. Dakota's small-minded Thune slimes Vegas victims

[Updated] People short on super powers should have made themselves invisible to the machine-gunning madman, says John Thune, a small-brained man masquerading as a US Senator from South Dakota:
John Thune, official portrait, 111th Congress.jpg
“I think people are going to have to take steps in their own lives to take precautions,” he opined. “To protect themselves. And in situations like that, you know, try to stay safe. As somebody said — get small.”
Sidebar: Wisconsin has twice sent one of these heartless, brainless Republicans - - Ron Johnson - - to the US Senate in statewide elections.

Thune and fellow corporate bellhop Johnson could give quite the seminar on staying alive, given Johnson's repeated efforts to strip health care from millions of Americans and the recent justifications he publicly offered:
"I think it's [health care] probably more of a privilege... Do you consider food a right? Do you consider clothing a right? Do you consider shelter a right? What we have as rights is life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Past that point, we have the right to freedom. Past that point is a limited resource that we have to use our opportunities given to us to afford those things."
Johnson then referred to comments made by Sen. Rand Paul more than six years ago when Paul compared the "right to health care" to slavery.
Twitter is slamming Thune.

7:40 p.m. Update:

Two choice examples:

How small did the children at Sandy Hook need to get senator?  

1 comment:

rhondadern said...

Senator Thune is a low life immoral excuse of a human. God help us vote him out.