If you must be a dipshyt – you shouldn’t publicize the event, Sen. Campfield. Just get out the robe, hood and burning cross already.
I mean, Seriously, what is going on with you Southern ReThug elected officials? I know you lost what was left of your pea-brains the moment this country sent that Uppity Negro to the White House not once, but TWICE.
So, you resort to making tasteless jokes about very real tragedies, and essentially let God and everyone know that you love your guns more than you care about a school full of kindergarteners who won’t be seeing all the other milestones of their lives; that you don’t give a shyt about terrorists if they’re home-grown; that you will hold up governance of the people if you can’t run thangs.
Ladies and gentlemen, for your viewing horror, I give you two state-sanctioned elected ReThugs: Senator Stacey Campfield of Tennessee, and State Rep. Nate Bell of Arkansas, courtesy of my fellow racism-chaser, the Field Negro:
“A Tennessee state senator is refusing to apologize for what many are calling a “tasteless” joke about pressure cookers in his blog in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.Republican State Sen. Stacey Campfield posted a photo of a pressure cooker with “Assault Pressure Cooker (APC)” printed below it.
The photo had labels and arrows pointing to all of the pot’s “dangerous” features including a “muzzle break thingy that goes ‘up'” and a “tactical pistol grip.”
It’s also described as “large-capacity, can cook for hours without reloading” and the color was “evil, black.”The blog post was titled, “Here comes Feinstein again,” an apparent dig at Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.), one of the leading proponents in the battle for gun control. The image implied that pressure cookers might be her next target.Two pressure cookers were turned into bombs in the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people and wounded more than 260 people.
If I call him an a$$hole, I’ll get banned. Of course, Campfield is refusing to apologize for that shyt. He even went so far as to call the POTUS a hypocrite for bringing the victims of gun violence to Capitol Hill so that his fellow morons in the Senate could see the faces of the constituents that would have been helped by that gun-control legislation passage. Can you believe that shyt? And, there’s more. This fool doesn’t know when to STHU:
“I think it’s tasteless when Obama will drag everybody he can up to Capitol Hill and try to pass gun control,” Campfield told ABCNews.com today. “I think that was classless and tasteless. I don’t hear them complaining about that too much.”
“I was showing the hypocrisy of Diane Feinstein, the gun grabbers, of their inability to realize that it is a person that does activity, not an inanimate object, be it a gun or a pressure cooker,” he said.
No, dipshyt, it’s the height of hypocracy to meet with those Newtown parents, express sympathy and then go right on the floor of the Senate, casting that vote that basically told them to go “Cheney” themselves because their pimp is the NRA and it’s Wayne LaPierre’s bidding they must do. To demonstrate hypocracy, you should at least know what hypocracy really IS. What you tried to do is make a tasteless joke while getting in digs at the POTUS and a United States Senator trying to do the right thing for the American People.
EPIC FAIL on all counts. And you are the same State Senator who got shamed by a little girl who followed you through the halls of the lege in Nashville, regarding a bill you introduced to make things harder for poor people trying to care for and educate their children by slashing their already meager welfare benefits. That video is a MasterCard moment – PRICELESS.
As if that weren’t enough, Campfield obviously has a equally dipshyt colleague serving (or should I say “fouling” up) in the Arkansas Legislature named Nate Bell:
Campfield has not been the only lawmaker in trouble for seemingly insensitive comments.During the manhunt for the bombing suspects on April 19 that put Boston on lockdown, Arkansas Republican State Rep. Nate Bell tweeted, “I wonder how many Boston liberals spent the night cowering in their homes wishing they had an AR-15 with a hi-capacity magazine? #2A.”
Of course he pulled that tweet – it shows the height of his dipshyt-ism. Now, wait for it….the non-apologetic apology:
“I would like to apologize to the people of Boston & Massachusetts for the poor timing of my tweet earlier this morning,” he posted on Facebook. “As a staunch and unwavering supporter of the individual right to self defense, I expressed my point of view without thinking of its effect on those still in time of crisis.”
Oh, well, at least he didn’t start it off with “If there is anyone that I offended…” bullshyt. Here’s a hint – if you think you’re about to post something you might have to apologize for in a tweet, maybe you should use what’s left of your pea-brain and not send the tweet at all.