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What’s Wrong with a Good Tickle Fight? Wonders ex-Rep. Eric Massa

OK, there is certainly more to this story, so he quits and runs.  Rep. Massa wants to see the health care bill defeated, says he is the deciding vote, so what does he do?  RESIGN like a total Douchebag.

Why?  Was it from his admitted “tickle fights with staffers in a house they shared”?  Massa insists that is as far as it went, maybe because he couldn’t make it go further.

Groping Staff’s Member?

“Now they are saying I groped a male staffer,’’ Massa told Glenn Beck. “Yeah I did. Not only did I grope him. I tickled him until he couldn’t breathe and then four guys jumped on top of me. It was my 50th birthday. It was kill the old guy. You can take anything out of context.’’   Whatever, you are a Douchebag anyway you want to slice it.

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Anti-Gay CA Sen. Roy Ashburn Admits Being Gay—Still a Douchebag

from TPM

So, Assburn is Gay, Duh

The family-values California Republican legislator who was reported to have been at a gay club on the night last week that he was arrested for drunk driving has acknowledged he is gay.

“I’m gay,” State Senator Roy Ashburn told a radio host from his central California district in an interview this morning. “Those are the words that have been so difficult for me for so long.”

Ashburn, a divorced father of four, said that his many votes against gay rights were efforts to represent the conservative views of his constituents.

The openly gay mayor of West Sacramento said last week that he had spotted Ashburn at gay clubs a number of times.

Ashburn had been on leave since last week, but is expected to return today. Thanks to term limits, he is scheduled to leave office at the end of the year.


New York No Shortage of Political Douchiness–Rev. Al Sharpton Now Looks Good

Paterson Rangel
Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY), on “leave” as Chairman of the tax writing House Ways and Means Committee, and non-elected Gov. David Paterson (D-NY), who are both ethically challenged, demonstrate the douchery of being around too long.

Now, the Rev. Al Sharpton, a pillar of Harlem, will lead the community. Rev. Al makes douchebags look good and we welcome his higher status.

See the story on Politico


Family Values Homo Bashing State Senator Busted for DUI after leaving Gay Bar with Unidentified Man

If this guy isn’t a World Class Douchebag, it will be hard to find one.   When someone is so extreme as this nitwit against any equality for people not like (or perhaps like) himself, cough, homos, maybe this family man, married father of four, was just doing “research” and liked what he found.
Roy Ashburn Likes Cock

The Sacramento Bee reports:

Early Wednesday morning, State Sen. Roy Ashburn (R-Calif.) was pulled over and arrested for drunk driving. Sources report that Ashburn — a fierce opponent of gay rights — was driving drunk after leaving a gay nightclub; when the officer stopped the state-issued vehicle, there was an unidentified man in the passenger seat of the car.

Ashburn has issued an apology for the incident:

“I am deeply sorry for my actions and offer no excuse for my poor judgment. I accept complete responsibility for my conduct and am prepared to accept the consequences for what I did. I am also truly sorry for the impact this incident will have on those who support and trust me – my family, my constituents, my friends, and my colleagues in the Senate.”


Republicans and Reconciliation in Senate for Health Bill

Amnesia about the Bush Years

The Douchies who think it is such a travesty for a majority vote to win have their panties in a wad.  Get ready to hear about how health care reform was rammed through (with a majority).  The republicans have used the same methods on the Bush Tax Cuts, Deficit Reduction, extending insurance in COBRA, etc.   The Hatch votes below are representative of the party.  When the GOP is back in power, they can dismantle what doesn’t work.  Let the fireworks begin.

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One idea that has been floated is for the House to pass the Senate’s health care bill and also immediately amend the bill to make it more progressive and acceptable to members in the House via a reconciliation bill, which requires only a simple majority vote in the Senate to pass.

Today, in the Washington Post, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) has written an op-ed condemning the use of reconciliation for health care, saying that it would be “inappropriate” to use the process, claiming that it was “designed to balance the federal budget.” While admitting that “both parties have used the process” in the past to pass legislation such as the Welfare and Medicaid Reform Act of 1996, he claims that using reconciliation would amount to an “abuse that stifles dissent and badly undermines our constitutional checks and balances.” Yet what Hatch fails to mention is that he has voted for bills passed through reconciliation every single time a bill was offered through the process during the Bush years, including to pass massive tax cuts for the wealthy that served to do anything but “balance the federal budget”:

Hatch voted to use reconciliation to pass Bush’s 2001 tax cuts for the wealthy. The senator voted for the $1.3 trillion in tax cuts contained in the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001, which included billions of dollars of budget-busting tax cuts for the super-wealthy. [5/26/2001]

Hatch voted to use reconciliation to pass Bush’s follow-up tax cuts for the wealthy in 2003. The senator voted for the The Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003, which contained an additional $330 billion in budget-busting tax cuts. [5/23/2003]

Hatch voted to use reconciliation to pass the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. The senator voted to pass the bill along a 52-47 vote, which would not have been able to pass without the use of reconciliation. [11/3/2005]

Hatch voted to use reconciliation to pass an extension of the reduced tax rates on capital gains. The senator voted to shield wealthy investors from an increase in their capital gains tax with a vote in the affirmative for the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005 . [5/11/2001]

Hatch voted to use reconciliation to pass a bill helping students afford college tuition. The senator joined a large Senate majority to vote for the College Cost Reduction Act of 2007, which was not directly related to the budget. [9/7/2007]

It also important to note that Hatch is misrepresenting what Democrats in Congress are attempting to use the reconciliation process for. While the senator claims that they are planning to use reconciliation to “ram through the Senate a multitrillion-dollar health-care bill,” the truth is that reconciliation advocates are talking about using the process to amend the bill already passed by the Senate so that it is more amenable to members of the House of Representatives.