Monday, August 24, 2009

Roy Blunt is a turd clogging Michael Steele's toilet

Posted By on Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 3:27 PM

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Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele referred to Congressman Roy Blunt as crap in his crapper?

At least, that's the impression after listening to conservative talker Vincent David Jericho's interview with Steele in which Jericho rips Blunt and then Steele agrees with him.

Jericho: "His [Matt Blunt's] daddy [Roy] screwed around with a tobacco

lobbyist. Then slips language into the homeland security bill favorable

to the tobacco lobbyist. I mean here is a guy that has committed

adultery multiple times. Yet he had a senior position, and still does,

in the Republican Party. Guys like Papa Blunt make us sick to our

stomach. They aren't conservatives, and they sure don't reflect moral

absolutes the way that we expect the Republican Party to stand up. You

had the page boy scandal, you had all of that crap, and nobody stands

up to it and says, 'This is crap! What are you doing? Behave like a man

-- not like, not like little boys who are running around with their

little toy and can't behave themselves."



Steele: Look, now don't, don't -- I mean, I agree with you. And when stuff gets in the crapper, you gotta clean it out."


Video via the highly partisan Fired Up! Missouri.



Here's the full interview.

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