Monday, April 6, 2009

What I mean by Republiscum

Calling members of the Republican party "Republiscums" is hardly civil, and is certainly demeaning. But I have a damn good reason for it, and this is why:

Senate Republicans are now privately threatening to derail the confirmation of key Obama administration nominees for top legal positions by linking the votes to suppressing critical torture memos from the Bush era. A reliable Justice Department source advises me that Senate Republicans are planning to “go nuclear” over the nominations of Dawn Johnsen as chief of the Office of Legal Counsel in the Department of Justice and Yale Law School Dean Harold Koh as State Department legal counsel if the torture documents are made public.

Republiscums are the bottom-feeders that helmed the ship of State for more than a decade, controlling all three branches of government for at least eight straight years. These scumbags sullied America's reputation around the world, and made a mockery of us to our allies. These repugnant lowlifes advocated and championed the use of torture, that ultimately proved to be useless for anything other than destroying America's collective morality. Now, no longer in power, they continue to strive to avoid any accountability for their crimes, which continues to damage America's image, and her reputation as a nation of laws.

This is what I mean by the term Republiscum. The Republiscums shouldn't just be voted out of office, they should be tried and imprisoned. They are all enemies of the State. For their assault on our Constitution, they should be branded as traitors, and tried for treason, and/or sedition.

When that doesn't work, then it's time for pitchforks and torches, and maybe a little rope.

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