Wednesday, March 08, 2006

I Mess With Texas, Part 10

Admittedly, South Dakota is the most f-ed up state at the moment, passing and signing legislation that they know is anti-constitutional, and passing and signing it precisely for that reason, not because there's been a groundswell of anti-choicers banging on the walls recently or anything. But because they want their states rights that means they think they have the right to tell everyone else to do. Nice, coming from a state with a population of about 52.

But, I digress. Texas remains the raison d'etre for this section, and Texas never fails to disappoint.
DeLay tops challengers despite indictment

U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay won renomination in the Republican primary Tuesday as voters in his conservative Houston-area district brushed aside the legal problems that last year forced the veteran lawmaker to relinquish his powerful post of U.S. House Majority leader.

In incomplete unofficial returns, DeLay was running well ahead of his three challengers with about 64 percent of the vote.


DeLay, R-Sugar Land, has called the indictment brought by a Democratic prosecutor politically motivated.

"My constituents get it," he told The Associated Press. "They know what a leftist abuse of power this is."

Knew that was coming.

Sixty-four percent of people in this jerkoff's district want him in office. Despite the indictment. Nice role model you're setting up, folks. Morons. In a way, I say if they want him, they should get him, but the problem is then he gets to affect all of us. Like South Dakota. Can't these people just implode, already?

In other Texas-related news (because you know the monkey in charge likes to claim he's actually from Crawford): The ball is rolling on impeachment. Actually, it's been rolling for a while now, but more people are talking about it. And once Dan Savage gets involved, anything can happen -- remember, folks, santorum.

So, without further ado:


No comments: