Have you ever seen your grandma naked? Ever witnessed a baby seal get clubbed? Have you ever seen a circumcision? Ever chomp down on aluminum foil and it embeds inside a cavity? Striking some emotion?
That feeling right there. The one that just coarsed up your neck into your chest making your cheeks flush and your heart pump harder and faster. That anger or embarrassment or both. Do you feel it?
Ok, now say this sentence,”The Eric Stewart campaign strategy and behavior lately!” Say it, Im painting a visual, go along with me. “The Eric Stewart campaign strategy and behavior lately!”
Dont you automatically gravitate to envisioning grandmas saggy hoohas, a seal lying quietly on ice, a very sensitive piece of anatomy being wacked off with reckless abandonment and jumping up and down in pain from foil jammed into a bad tooth.
That feeling, there it is! You got it now. That’s exactly how I feel as I witness the witch hunt by Eric Stewart, that some are calling his Congressional race.
A lot of embarrassment, anger, and pain all wrapped up in one thought. What is this guy up to? Does he want to to discuss the issues or sling mud from a previous marriage with news that is at best a decade or more old and is now seeing a re-emergence in it’s second Congressional race. Quit beating a dead horse Mr Stewart! It’s an old tactic that needs to be put to rest. The 4th district deserves that much. Your recent negative behavior can only be viewed as juvenile at best.
I have heard nothing of substance from Stewarts camp, just bitchin and griping about an affair from two ladies that haven’t been in the 4th district Congressmans life for over a decade.
How do you feel about the issues Mr Sewart? Your fake president comes from your party. Why are you not investigating him? There is plenty to do there. You could spend all day inside that den of sin Mr Stewart. That venture could give you enough fodder for a lifetime.
Perfection Mr Stewart? You ain’t going to find it on this earth. Gauranteed! Skeletons? Perhaps if I spent a moment inside your closet what bones may I find. The fact is we all have bones. Granted some more than others but none the less they are in everyone’s closet.
There is much talk recently about “looking presidential.” Looking like you can lead a country. Where is that quality from you?
The liberal media is giving you plenty of print and the Dems are asking for DeJarlais resignation, the only positive in this debacle is you are showing your self unworthy of representing the 4th Congressional district of Tennessee. It make you look desperate and desperate people often take desperate measures that makes them look even more inept and unfit to lead.
The 4 th District is getting battle fatigue from all the negative campaigning. Wanna say something? Wanna get some votes? Talk about the issues and what you can do if you were elected. I challenge you to toss out the garbage and look more Congressional and less desperate.
Let compare Stewarts record to some key Dejarlais votes. Remember this is scientific and holds much truth.
Stewarts record in Congress.
Bitch, bitch, bitch and complain.
Whine some more.
Key votes by Scott DeJarlais
PASSED VOTE 513
To audit the Federal Reserve system
To Require a Full Audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve Banks by the Comptroller General of the United States Before the End of 2012, and for Other Purposes
PASSED VOTE 460
To Repeal the Affordable Care Act
To Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act 2010
PASSED VOTE 442
Civil Contempt Charge Against Attorney General
Authorizing the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to Initiate or Intervene in Judicial Proceedings to Enforce Certain Subpoenas
PASSED VOTE 441
Contempt Finding Against Attorney General
To hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress, for withholding documents requested as part of a congressional investigation into a botched gun-running operation.
PASSED VOTE 151
House GOP Budget Plan
To approve the $3.5 trillion budget plan proposed by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) for fiscal year 2013.
PASSED VOTE 110
Package intended to make it easier for small businesses to launch initial public offerings, solicit new investors and eventually hire workers.
PASSED VOTE 72
Extension of the payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance benefits
Bill to extend through the end of 2012 the payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance benefits.
PASSED VOTE 946
Reject the Senate payroll tax bill
To reject a Senate bill that would extend the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits for two months.
PASSED VOTE 923
Payroll tax cut
To extend a one-year break in the payroll tax and accelerate the construction of an oil pipeline from Canada to the Gulf Coast.
FAILED VOTE 858
Balanced Budget Amendment
Proposing a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution of the United States
PASSED VOTE 745
To approve a stopgap spending measure to fund the government through Nov. 18.
PASSED VOTE 690
Final debt deal
A bill to cut the federal debt by at least $2.1 trillion over the next 10 years.
PASSED VOTE 677
Boehner debt-reduction bill
To raise the debt ceiling, make budget deficit reductions, and require a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution.
PASSED VOTE 277
GOP 2012 Budget Plan
Establishing the Budget for the United States Government for Fiscal Year 2012 and Setting Forth Appropriate Budgetary Levels for Fiscal Years 2013 Through 2021
PASSED VOTE 268
Final vote on 2011 budget
Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011
PASSED VOTE 253
Short-term budget deal
Stopgap spending bill to keep the government running for a week.
PASSED VOTE 192
To stop federal funding of National Public Radio
To Prohibit Federal Funding of National Public Radio and the Use of Federal Funds to Acquire Radio Content
PASSED VOTE 154
Two-week budget bill
A stopgap measure that would keep the federal government funded through March 18 and cut $4 billion in spending by targeting programs that President Obama has already marked for elimination.
PASSED VOTE 66
A 90-day extension of Patriot Act provisions
Ok, ok, ok already! On the Patriot act we dont agree. Never said he was perfect, just forgiven!
Extends three provisions of the Patriot Act until May 27, 2011, a compromise reached by congressional leaders to give lawmakers more time to consider re-authorizing them for a longer period of time.
PASSED VOTE 36
Extend three provisions of the Patriot Act
Extends three key provisions of the counterterrorism surveillance law until Dec. 8, 2011. One of the provisions authorizes the FBI to continue using roving wiretaps on surveillance targets; the second allows the government to access “any tangible items,” such as library records, in the course of surveillance; and the third is a “lone wolf” provision that allows for the surveillance of targets who are not connected to an identified terrorist groups
FAILED VOTE 26
Extend provisions of Patriot Act (needed 2/3 to pass)
Extend expiring provisions of the USA Patriot Improvement and Reauthorization Act of 2005 and Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 relating to access to business records, individual terrorists as agents of foreign powers, and roving wiretaps until Dec. 8, 2011.
PASSED VOTE 14
Repeal health-care overhaul
A vote to repeal the health-care overhaul signed into law by President Obama.
PASSED VOTE 8
Cut House salaries and expenses
The resolution will cut the budgets of House committee and the 435 legislative offices by five percent. The House Appropriations Committee will get a nine-percent cut, which was requested by Chairman Harold Rogers (R-Ky.)
BOEHNER ELECTED VOTE 2
Election of the Speaker
Ok, again I pose the question Mr Stewart what have you done lately to be more congressional acting? Clean up all that garbage you are slinging and get to running for office.
Being the Dems little whipping boy aint working to good for you!
It should be clear who you should be pulling the lever for.