This tweet from the New Hampshire Democrats is also a blatant lie:
The comparison assumes that the 64 year old will purchase the same policy under the AHCA as under Obamacare. But why should a 64 year old be forced to purchase insurance for birth control, maternity coverage or pediatric care, to name just a few of the so-called “essential health benefits” under Obamacare that are hardly essential for a 64 year old? Under the AHCA, States will have the option to apply for waivers. The CBO report concedes that:
Not surprisingly, the #nhpolitics press are not holding the Democrats accountable for these blatant lies And, in addition, the #nhpolitics press is letting the Democrats get away with the lie that Obamacare is working. It’s not:
The tweet from Representative Sherry Frost, aka Representative Potty-Mouth, that first became notorious was this one, calling State Senators “fuckers” for voting to reform New Hampshire’s concealed-carry law:
That tweet appeared on January 10, 2017, on the same day Potty-Mouth also tweeted “fuck fuck fuckity fuck”:
and referred to Mississippi “Mississ-fucking-sippi”:
a few days prior, she had dropped the F-bomb in referring to the Second Amendment right to bear arms:
Equally notorious tweets appeared in subsequent months:
Yet, despite this inability to control herself, Representative Potty-Mouth, was shocked –shocked– that her colleagues took it seriously when she tweeted that she felt like killing some of them:
Potty-Mouth’s tweeting appears to have spawned multiple wanna-be-potty-mouths. One called a female GOP State Representative the “C-word”:
Another posted a picture depicting Kellyanne Conway as a dominatrix and suggested a conservative tweeter ‘s male body-part was underwhelming:
The New Hampshire Democrat Party apparently sees nothing wrong with any of this. To the contrary, their position –apparently– is that dropping F-bombs, calling female legislators the C-word, and depicting a senior GOP female counselor to the President as a dominatrix is what the First Amendment is all about:
I think Sykfall was the best Bond movie ever. The recent reporting by Daily Beast asserting that Representative Robert Fisher remains involved with the infamous Red Pill forum reminds me of a scene from Skyfall in which the villain, Silva, hacks into mi6’s computers.
Anticipating that mi6 would attempt to access his personal computer, Silva, programmed his PC to hack mi6 and arranged his capture by Bond. At 1:16 of the video below, after Q realizes mi6 has been hacked but can’t figure out how, a message appears on Silva’s computer “NOT SUCH A CLEVER BOY.” What’s left out of this video is Q at the outset bragging about how easy it will be for him to get past Silva’s defenses:
Now, looking at Silva’s computer, it seems to me he’s done a number of slightly unusual things. He’s established failsafe protocols to wipe the memory if there’s any attempt to access certain files. Only six people in the world could program safeguards like that.
Of course there are. Can you get past them?
I invented them.
Let’s see what you’ve got for us, Mr. Silva. We’re in.
Of course, that’s exactly what Silva was counting on:
Needless to say, the #nhpolitics press will lose their minds if the House imposes any discipline on Representative Sherry Frost, aka Representative Potty-Mouth. Their coverage has ignored Potty-Mouth’s clear violations of House rules, while portraying Republicans as throwing stones from a glass house. For example, from the Concord Monitor:
But as Kimberly Morin has noted in her blog New Hampshire Political Buzz, it is undeniable that Representative Potty-Mouth has violated the principles of conduct set forth at the outset of the Ethics Guidelines. More specifically, the following: Continue reading →
What is wrong with this picture of Representative Sherry Frost and her “lawyer,” Paul Twomey, from this Wednesday’s hearing before the House Legislative Administration Committee to investigate whether Frost violated the House’s ethical rules?
Altschiller then provides what she calls “just a few examples.” These “examples,” even if representative, fall far , far short of demonstrating a “pervasive” “rape culture” that manifests itself “on a weekly basis.” Indeed, given that these examples are presumably the most egregious, it is fair to say that Altschiller’s next op-ed should be a retraction and an apology. Continue reading →