I have said numerous times, that there is nothing beyond the pale of the GOP, they are truly a special kind of stupid.
The lawmakers’ desire to have it both ways reflects the irreconcilable tension between wanting to appear on the right side of an extremely popular issue and wanting to preserve their credibility with American Taliban groups who vowed to punish those who voted for VAWA.
DECEPTION GOP STYLE: ED SCHULTZ
The GOP's war on women is well documented on this blog, but the fact that these spineless people fought tooth and nail against this version of the bill and now take credit for it, these are the very humans whom will stab their own birth mother in the back for glamour and glitz and accolades of the Koch whores.
House Republicans voted 87-138 against final passage of VAWA. They voted for the failed GOP alternative. The final VAWA, which passed 78-22 in the Senate, cleared the House 286-138, with mostly Democratic votes.
The fact that these GOPers are willing to do this type [while its a just another bowl movement from the party hate and discontent] of politicking, the politics of telling their people in town hall meetings one thing and then voting in Washington differently, is a reminder to vote these asshats out office when the time comes.
The sad business of this is, the unlettered GOP voter is not able to comprehend the hypocrisy of it all, or if they are cognizant enough they turn a blind eye. Which is worse?
Gee what a surprise it is to see these very same hypocrites who posed for pictures holding big stimulus checks at home after they voted against the stimulus in Congress.
The list of lying deceptive GOPers are: Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.), Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.), Rep. Keith Rothfus (R-Pa.), Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), Reps. Tim Griffin (R-AR), Bill Johnson (R-OH).and Rep. Tim Murphy (R-Pa.)
The douche bag's of all douche bag's, the hicks from the sticks, these GOPers who are so low they can walk under a snake's belly and never muss a hair. Certainly consistency in deceiving our country would be considered some sort of virtue by someone, somewhere.