So, I get an email invite to a conference call on EFCA with Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) I’d very much like to do. Sounds good, right? It did to me, anyway.
But what good is a conference call without some well known, high flying Democrat turned Republican consultant who knows so much about the issues. Sounds good to me!
Make Joe Wilson pay. And by pay, I mean beat his sorry ass at the polls and send him to the private sector. That is the only way to change the political discourse in America today. Because as long as louts like Joe Wilson can spout off and call the president a liar and get rewarded with re-election, then louts will continue to spout off. And we will continue to claw our way to the very bottom of the political swamp.
That was in this post, by the way: McCain Adviser, Gurly Man, Punk, Mark McKinnon
You might recall this otherwise un-noteworthy McCain adviser Mark McKinnon. He’s the one who threatened to quit McCain early on if he attacked Obama. I would have fired him on the spot and had one of the secretaries beat his azz before he left. It’s the losers like this we have to throw out of the GOP, not Joe Wilson. The silly sumbitch probably cries at weddings, I bet. Mark McKinnon … the Republican most likely to make you throw up in your mouth.
So, ah, … I don’t know. Should I call in, or not?
Good Morning – Given the news about the Employee ‘Forced’ Choice Act today at the AFL-CIO convention, I wanted to invite you on a call today with Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), the ranking Republican member on the HELP Subcommittee, and Mark McKinnon, Workforce Fairness Institute representative, to discuss the implications of any “compromise” version of the bill. Would you like to join us at 2:45 pm ET today?
Mark McKinnon, former media adviser for President George W. Bush, is a founding member of the new online political and social networking community HOTSOUP.com, which is debuted in October 2006.
In 2006, McKinnon started working on John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign. In January 2007 he said he would quit if the general election pitted McCain against Barack Obama. “I will, however, still support and vote for John McCain,” he told the Austin American-Statesman. “I just don’t want to work against an Obama candidacy.
Sure, why should he care? He gets paid either way. Unfortunately, I don’t. I actually give a damn about more than just a six figure salary, Mark. Go feather your nest somewhere else, jerk. And the Republicans that continue to do this to us can go to Hell, too.
Insulting us by expecting us to carry your water no matter which way it flows is not the best way to make friends and build trust. Is it raining? Or, is someone just whizzin’ down our backs?