The Obvious Question

Paul Ryan Plans to Leave To Spend More Time With Family.
“Oh, gross,” said the fish

Zombie-eyed Granny-starver tells us about transparency:

“Congress doing its job in conducting legitimate oversight over a very unique law, FISA. And if mistakes were made, and if individuals did something wrong, then it is our job as the legislative branch of government to conduct oversight over the executive branch if abuses were made,” Ryan told reporters at a Republican retreat in West Virginia.

So then why not release the Democrats twin memo, ZEGS?

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6 Responses to The Obvious Question

  1. I do not frequently say I HATE people. I really do not feel comfortable with hate… but honestly, I was driving earlier today, listening to Pod Save America, and I was flooded with thoughts of nothing other than hate for that man.


    • tengrain says:

      Be like the Mormons, Fran: Love ZEGS the least!

      It helps me overcome my upbringing, too. My mother wouldn’t allow any of us little ‘Grains to use that word.



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  2. roket says:

    Alrighty then. You’re doing a heck of a job there, ZEGS.


  3. Osirisopto says:

    The term Bananna Republicans is so apropos you might want consider adding a new category or feature, TG.

    It’s going to be a long year, and the coming lame duck session will probably make history.

    Interesting times.


  4. paul fredine says:

    he claims investigations should be made if ‘someone’ (hint: the black man) in the executive branch did something wrong. that is unless they belong to his party, then, as the evangelicals claim, they deserve a mulligan.


    • osirisopto says:

      Well they do say he was chosen by God.

      Meet their God…

      I’m sure he’ll be happy to see them on their knees.


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