Thursday, June 24, 2010

DUMB AS ROCKS: Hank Johnson: We need to pass the DISCLOSE Act to stop Republicans from winning elections.

Here’s Johnson. Oh, about his claim that BP and Goldman Sachs will no longer be free to prop up Republicans: Is he sure he’s got the right party?

How in the world did Hank Johnson get elected? (Idiots) This moron makes close to $200,000 a year and he's dumb as a rock. He represents the 'Congressional Black Caucus of Dummies' very well is this video.

Whether it’s the terrible prospect of the island of Guam tipping over or just an especially nightmarish election cycle for his party, trust Hank Johnson to give it to you straight. Don’t laugh too hard, though: The House did indeed pass the DISCLOSE Act this afternoon, 219-206, with 36 Democrats joining the GOP in voting no. (Two Republicans, Joe Cao and Mike Castle, voted yes.) Unfamiliar with the DISCLOSE Act? It’s the Democrats’ attempt to combat the Supreme Court’s First Amendment decision in Citizens United that loosened the cap on corporate campaign advertising. The Act would require officials from certain special-interest groups advertising on behalf of candidates “to physically appear at the end of campaign ads they sponsor, acknowledging their campaign contributions, and to disclose their campaign related expenditures on their websites.” In other words, as the Democratic leadership warned its caucus before the vote, it’s a way to make sure voters know if and when Karl Rove’s Satanic fingerprints are on some otherwise mysterious ad. Should be no problem there, though, since the rules will also apply to Democratic special interests too, right? Right? READ MORE...


At 1:16 you won't believe your ears, or the fact that this man is a sitting U.S representitive.


  1. I am at a loss... it seems like everyday our country is being flushed down the toilet and we just have to sit and watch. I don't know about you, but I'm tired of watching this crap.

  2. this stuff seriously wakes America up to the importance of ALL elections...we have complete IDIOTS representing us.. including the joker in the whitehouse.

  3. I remember this joker. This is the moron who really believed that Guam would be overpopulated & tip over. If that was the case then the island of Manhattan would of tipped over a long time ago. Where do they find these people?? How did this moron get elected is beyond me. LOL

  4. Somebody's been voting for this nitwit. They certainly deserve him, but it's outrageous that the rest of the country has to put up with him.

    There's another little "nuance" in the Disclose Act. It has to do with those little "announcements" at the end of the ad ("I'm Joe Btfsplk and I approve this message.") Some folks might think he's doing that out of pride - no, it's mandated by law.

    Now if all the sponsors have to add their endorsement, that means the people putting out the message have effectively 30 seconds to maybe a minute cut out of what they're trying to say.

    In other words, if you can't stop them entirely from speaking, at least make them "read the phone book" for their allotted time.