Thursday, December 22, 2011

Fatso TeaParty Republican Sensenbrenner says Michele Obama has a Big Butt!

File this under TeaParty Republican "Strange and Ridiculous."

Tubby Wisconsin Republican and ANTI Latino Advocate Jim Sensenbrenner (a big fat slob) has the audacity to say our First Lady has a Big Butt! OMG! Has he looked in the mirror lately? The teaparty republicans have such disrespect for Our First Family and for the American People!

They choose to continue to pander to the Rich and give them Big Tax Breaks! These Tea Party Republicans are despicable!
I feel very sorry for this tubby's wife!

If he can say such cruel things about a woman who is so physically fit, what could he be saying about his overweight wife? Or is he choosing to make these remarks only to women of color?

Here is what he said:
"Sensenbrenner was recently overheard talking on his cellphone in an airport lounge recounting a recent incident. Apparently, he was at some church function and a citizen came up to him with kind words for Michelle Obama's recent publicity campaign to encourage healthful eating choices. Sensenbrenner apparently said on the telephone that his response was "She lectures us on eating right while she has a large posterior herself."

I recommed teaparty republican and anti latino advocate sensenbrenner LOOK IN THE MIRROR before he starts criticizng!!

More on the racist sensenbrenner:
Sensenbrenner was the main sponsor of H.R. 4437, a bill passed by the House in 2005 that would provide additional criminal penalties for aiding and abetting illegal immigration to the United States.

On September 8, 2005, Sensenbrenner voted against a bill to provide $50 billion in emergency aid to victims of Hurricane Katrina. The bill passed and was signed into law by President George W. Bush.


Vicente Duque said...

Obama Mucho Macho :

POLITICO.COM : It's over: Payroll tax bill passes : The humbling of the House GOP - Great Triumph of President Obama and the Democrats against the Party of NO, Obstacles, Bigotry and Racism - Obama in charge - Republicans capitulate !

"Now, let’s be clear: Right now, the bipartisan compromise that was reached on Saturday is the only viable way to prevent a tax hike on January 1st,” Obama said. “It’s the only one".

"For the first time since they lost the House in 2010, Democrats see a president who likes to play hardball. And for the first time since they won election, freshman Republicans know what it feels like to be on the losing end of a Washington deal, literally silenced by their leaders".

It's over: Payroll tax bill passes
At no small personal political risk, Boehner laid down the law to his unruly caucus.
December 23, 2011

Some excerpts :

This time there was no discussion. This time, House Speaker John Boehner didn’t take the chance of losing another deal to a caucus with a tendency to self-immolate.

And so when Boehner delivered the news that he had struck a deal on a Thursday afternoon conference call with House Republicans, the technology was in place to prevent rank-and-file lawmakers from voicing the kind of angry dissent that scuttled a Senate-passed payroll bill on Saturday. The five day drama that exposed both the political naivete of the freshman-heavy Republican Conference and the sharp limits of Boehner’s power over them ended in silence.

At no small personal political risk, Boehner laid down the law to his unruly caucus, substituting his own judgment for their collective wisdom in cutting a very slightly altered deal with President Barack Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).

“Speaker’s decision,” Rep. Jeb Hensarling, the fourth-ranking House Republican, said in introducing Boehner on the call.

The tweak is such a small political fig leaf that even Eve might blush at the lack of cover. But it got congressional Republicans what they desperately needed: A way out of a political vice that threatened to damage their party’s brand more with each passing day.

Boehner knew the year-end fight to renew the payroll tax would be bad — but he couldn’t possibly have anticipated how bad it would get. Obama always knew the fight would be good for him — but not this good. It got the president not only the tax cut he wanted but provided a jolt for Democrats anxious about 2012 who felt Obama had been played by House Republicans in earlier negotiations.

“A core part of a president’s leadership is his ability to show he’s in charge and that he’s leading, rather than being led,” said Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank with close ties to the White House. “One problem for him in the first two years is that he had to run with Congress because it was controlled by Democrats, and too often it seemed that they were pulling him rather than he was leading them.

LeeSee said...

His comments only demonstrate how entitled this old gas bag is.
He figures he can say anything about anybody regardless of who he is what he looks like.
So Michelle has a big butt? So what you you old buffoon, what does that have to do with anything?
Get back to work you loser you and think about policy instead of the first lady's "posterior"!

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