Pistol Pete Sessions Ain’t as Dandy As He Thinks

March 18, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Congressfool Pistol Pete Sessions had a date to talk with his constituents today and it was rowdy.

They were not pleased with his flat statement that Congress is going to repeal Obamacare and they are going to “make changes.”

The crowd of 2,000 started yelling, “Vote him out.”

Pete decided to mansplain it to them.

Sessions appeared to grow frustrated with the crowd, and told them, “You know what? I know why you’re so frustrated: You don’t know how to listen,” according to the Texas Tribune.

I dunno know about everybody at the town hall, but it seems to me that there was only one person there who doesn’t know how to listen.

Pistol Pete eats bullets for breakfast and then shoot off his mouth all day long.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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16 Comments to “Pistol Pete Sessions Ain’t as Dandy As He Thinks”

  1. Sessions has been peddling BS for so long and has never been held accountable for doing it. How ironic that he now accuses his constituents of doing what he’s been doing for years—not listening. I’ve been following his political career for some time now, and I concluded a long time ago that he’s simply a useless, non-productive, RW mouthpiece and bomb-thrower who’s been collecting a paycheck at our expense. He’s what he what call some other Americans—a welfare recipient. Nice work if you can get it.

  2. Jane & PKM says:

    Sessions. Any relation to Jefferson Beauregard Sessions? Sure seems to be a commonality of inbred st00pid between them.

  3. JAKvirginia says:

    Yeah… make all the fun you want people, but his sorry ass is in Congress and his ilk, omg, MAKE THE LAWS! Now… what the hell do we do about that, hmmm?

  4. Yup..good old Pistol Pete..shoving laws down the throats of North Dallas, while living in Winter Park, FL.

  5. RepubAnon says:

    Sometimes people change their minds after the results of their poor judgement are tattooed into their hides with a blunt instrument.

  6. There’s somebody who has no idea what “representative” means.

  7. I don’t know how this guy got this far in politics, especially as he seems to have such a damn tin ear for the practice!

  8. At this point it’s looking iffy for the Repubs to repeal Obamacare. Even passage in the House is doubtful.

    The Repubs are great at blocking governing. They are completely inadequate at getting anything done.

    I wonder if any right-wingers are noticing that the House Repubs voted to repeal Obamacare about 50 times when they knew President Obama would never sign it, while now they can’t repeal it at all. It’s almost as if all those votes were phony.

  9. Tony Desler says:

    I was there, and man can that guy dodge a question. Answered about 4 of 40 by my count. Refused to distance himself from Trump by even a degree. And when asked about Russia, he went on and on about wiretapping and how they were investigating it. Are you kidding me?? His worst dodge of the night.

  10. MarySue Foster says:

    How does he get by the residency requirements? Does he spend just enough time in Texas to count as a resident? At least he had the guts to show up. About 80 or 90% of Congress didn’t even have meetings. I’m looking forward to someone’s video of him dodging.

  11. Tilphousia says:

    Ole Pete is only one of many deaf, dumb, and STUPID rethuglicans congress critters who hopefully will be jobless very soon. If cockwomble has done anything good it’s that his deranged lunacy has folks waking up! Petey is headed for the Boot Hill of incompetent politicians.

  12. Jane & PKM says:

    JAKvirginia, what we do is vote and do everything we can to protect the rights of people to vote by helping the elderly, the poor and minorities the snacilbupeR are disenfranchising. 2018, my friend.

    Albeit, until we win the House, we can’t repair the damage done to the Voting Rights Act by the Roberts court. That is a legislative process.

    While winning the House is paramount to progress, taking control of the Senate ensures that we can forestall much of the damage Donnie and his belligerent oligarchs would do.

    😀 Notice Dean Heller (R-NV) backpedaling? That’s because many of us in NV have taken the time to communicate with “the other side.” It’s good to write our Democratic representatives with words of encouragement to “hold the line.” But it is equally important to open a line of discussion with the snacilbupeR, turn up the heat that basically we’ll toss them out of their seats if they follow Donnie down into oligarch hell.

    Albeit that’s a tall order is some of the heavily gerrymandered districts. But we can do this, if we focus on voter rights, voter education and most importantly engage the rage of the TeaBaggers. No doubt their rage is misdirected anger. That makes our task easier in some respects, if we befriend them and open their eyes as to how the snacilbupeR politicians have betrayed them.

  13. My little bride watched me rave in email on Pistol’s website about this town hall. We do listen. We just want the organ grinder to play the monkey a different tune. MLB says listening is the problem. Sessions and his T-bag clones have listened intently to the thin slice of Americans that the T-bag is until they have convinced themselves the hateful shrill voices are the majority. They are not. And funnily enough, it turns out that it is Sessions and those in the House so similar to Sessions that don’t listen.

  14. Is it true Sessions ran unopposed in ’16? Can’t we get somebody to run against him in ’18?

  15. Sam in San Antonio says:

    This from a man who wears knee pads when he meets with execs from the oil and gas industry.

  16. Fred Farklestone says:

    TX-32: Sessions Defends Extreme Teabagger Rhetoric