Just In Case You’re Counting

January 11, 2018 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Republicans have four – 4! Count them – convicted criminals running for congress this year.

Don Blankenship, the former head of the coal mining company Massey Energy who is running in the Republican primary to challenge Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.); former Rep. Michael Grimm, who is challenging incumbent Rep. Dan Donovan (R-N.Y.) to reclaim the Staten Island congressional seat he once held; and Rep. Greg Gianforte (R-Mont.), who is running for re-election.

And as long as we’re counting, 29 Republicans are leaving congress.  Why?  Here’s my theory. They know they built Trump and now they have to buy him. They know how mad people truly are.

That’s my theory and I’m sticking to it.


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8 Comments to “Just In Case You’re Counting”

  1. I hope not many Republicans read your website JJ, as I wouldn’t want to inadvertently provide them with recruitment tools and ideas. But, just as they have Young Republican clubs at colleges and universities, can it be long before we see Felon Republican Clubs popping up at San Quentin and Sing Sing, to provide the GOP a steady source of candidates in the future?

    Join the Club! Win the Primary! Get a Pardon! In no particular order!

  2. as to the Republicans leaving Congress, it’s a swampede.

  3. Don’t forget Arpaio, the pride of Maricopa County! (Headlined in the link, missing from the cut quote)

  4. Nice one weakgrip! swampede

  5. My theory? I think they got their money in the tax cuts and there is no reason to work any longer in Congress.
    I am beyond cynical.

  6. Charles R Phillips says:

    That’s 31–thirty-one–repubs retiring this year.

    Sh!tb!rds won’t hang around long enough to get tarred and feathered, them sumb!tches!

  7. Hey, they finally got the message! Crawl back in your holes and zip them up behind you!

  8. Thanks, Patricia. It was beyond credibility that there were only four convicted GOPers running for re-election. Even five seems pretty small, when one realizes that there are around 470 federal races on the ballot this fall.

    With Darrell Issa not running, that’s one fewer. It seems like there ought to be at least another half-dozen running, at the very least. Hell, there prob’ly ought to be one or three convicted Dems running.


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