In Georgia five state Senators, including Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R) and senate President Pro Tem Tommie Williams (R) want to pass the same law that directly lead to widespread treason across the south:
In the event the General Assembly votes by a constitutional majority to nullify any federal statute, mandate, or executive order on the grounds of constitutionality, neither the state nor its citizens shall recognize or be obligated to live under such statute, mandate, or executive order.
I guess we know the quality of Georgia’s jr high history curriculum.
State Del. David Albo (R-Fairfax Station)
“Virginia’s controversial transvaginal ultrasound bill hit one Republican lawmaker close to home. In the bedroom, to be precise. He said a fellow lawmaker’s television discussion of the bill cost him sex with his wife.”
(Source: The Huffington Post)
Wyoming wants its own money
“If we continue down this course, this is the way any society ends up — with a valueless currency,” he said.
This of course is because he’s afraid
of melanin enhanced presidents “America’s economic and social problems [will]continue to escalate and spiral out of control”
Everybody talks about how Republicans want the government to have control over all vaginas, but John McGee of Idaho is the latest to look into first hand. Upon receiving his resignation for sexual harassment, Idaho Senate President Brent Hill had this to say:
Senator John McGee doesn’t admit any wrongdoing. I’ve requested the Attorney General’s office to further review the matter. We also express our compassion to John McGee’s family and most particularly his wife.
Not a word of compassion for the victim, but that’s to be expected.
“I challenge each of you to examine these matters more closely before you extend your name and your reputation to endorse a group that has been subverted in the name of liberal progressive politics and the destruction of traditional American family values,”
Rep. Bob Morris, R-Fort Wayne
Morris also said the fact that first lady Michelle Obama is honorary president “should give each of us reason to pause before our individual and collective endorsement of the organization.”