Republiban Comes Out of Closet….The Terrorist Closet!

Republiban Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas, chairman of the National Republiban Congressional Committee, is most likely experiencing a rush of freedom today. The freedom that can only come when you fully admit to both yourself and the world your true nature. Pete Sessions has come out of the terrorism closet. And presumably, as leader of the NRCC, will encourage his Repuliban comrades to do the same.

Tired of maintaining a false front and false life as a reasonable and responsible politician, Sessions has received and embraced his true nature as a terrorist. A  terrorist intent on, as apparently are his fellow Republiban terrorists, destroying the Good Old US of A.

“If they do not give us those options or opportunities then we will then become insurgency of a nature to where we do those things that are necessary to making sure the American public knows what we think the correct answer is,” Sessions said during the 60-minute interview.

From Wikipedia….

If there is a rebellion against the authority (for example an authority recognized as such by the United Nations) and those taking part in the rebellion are not recognized as belligerents then the rebellion is an insurgency.[2] However not all rebellions are insurgencies, as state of belligerency may exist between one or more sovereign states and rebel forces. For example, during the American Civil War, the Confederate States of America was not recognized as a sovereign state, but it was recognized as a belligerent power, and thus Confederate warships were given the same rights as United States warships in foreign ports.

The use of the term insurgency does recognize the political motivation of those who participate in an insurgency, while the term brigandry implies no political motivation. If an uprising has little support (for example those who continue to resist towards the end of an armed conflict when most of their allies have surrendered) then such a resistance may be described as brigandry and those who participate as brigands.

Fortunately, President Obama is rapidly becoming fully aware of this plot to destroy America and has issued a statement condemning the Republiban Terrorists:

The time for action is now, because we know that if we do not act, a bad situation will become dramatically worse.  Crisis could turn into catastrophe for families and businesses across the country.  

And I refuse to let that happen.  We can’t delay and we can’t go back to the same worn-out ideas that led us here in the first place.  In the last few days, we’ve seen proposals arise from some in Congress that you may not have read but you’d be very familiar with because you’ve been hearing them for the last 10 years, maybe longer.  They’re rooted in the idea that tax cuts alone can solve all our problems; that government doesn’t have a role to play; that half-measures and tinkering are somehow enough; that we can afford to ignore our most fundamental economic challenges — the crushing cost of health care, the inadequate state of so many of our schools, our dangerous dependence on foreign oil.

So let me be clear:  Those ideas have been tested, and they have failed.  They’ve taken us from surpluses to an annual deficit of over a trillion dollars, and they’ve brought our economy to a halt.  And that’s precisely what the election we just had was all about.  The American people have rendered their judgment.  And now is the time to move forward, not back.

Now is the time for all good wo/men to come to the aid of their country. Why, if we don’t stop these insurgents bent on terrorizing our country, before it is too late, they may be able to build their numbers and putrid insidious influence…and perhaps even take over the government!



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  1. to take down the terrorists #2 leader!


    Oh but the gods are cruel….to break this story when I am not at the peak of my snarking powers!

  2. Obama’s ability to move to the left or right and in the process, destroy his credibility, so they can make way for their neocon Queen in 2012.  And, it’s clear it’s to hell with the damn country and its people!

  3. they rolled Cheney out to snarl about how we all needed to be afraid of Obama whowants to read terrorist their rights and not kill and torture them. He was Dr.Strangelove come to life, or Old Man Potter. These brigands were always the Taliban, replete with their fanatical religious authoritarianism. Why are the Democrats paying them any heed? Let them filibuster let them rave on, they only reveal how criminal and corrupt they are.If this is a rope a dope it’s time to knock them out.    

  4. on an unfortunate remark…


    Is there vid? Please, please, please tell me there’s vid.

  5. I’ve tried over and over to link it, but haven’t had any success.

    Scary Cheney

    • Edger on February 5, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    Isn’t he on his way to jail yet? Of if he’s a terrorist we should send the Marines after him? With close air support.

  6. just as amusing.

    Kansas Republican Republican Rep. Jerry Moran, who’s running for Senate, told a Wichita audience that President Obama may be easier to work with than President George W. Bush…

    “The times I interacted with President Bush, generally, I’d get summoned to the White House because I disagreed with something that the president was for,” said Moran, a Hays Republican. “He kind of lectured. It was about ‘are you with me or against me’ in the days of President Bush.”

    But in meeting with House Republicans, Obama told them what was important to him and asked the representatives what was important to them, Moran said. He said the president appeared to want to find “some level of common ground we can agree upon.”

    emphasis mine

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