3 Responses to Dem Super PAC: Your job went to China because McConnell’s wife is Chinese

  1. Budvarakbar says: 1

    Typical Bullsh-tVik tactics — rotten bastards — they should look a little closer at their west coast harlots — and their husbands dealings — Babs Boxer, Di Fi and San Fran Nan — then home in on GE jeff I. — you remember him — head of obie’s jobs council that never was — and his light bulb and other factories in China — and the demo congress and various a$$kising state and local gubmints enacting bans on incandescent bulbs. Stupid SOB’s think ya can save enough with curlie-que bulbs to charge up a 30 mile range electric car on a daily basis. Idiots — don’t they know that the electricity is an unlimited commodity and is already in the wall and ya really do not have to “save” any of it?

    Do not even get me started on collective union stupidity — the “The Great American Working Man” — give me a break!

    How long has it been now that the school system has stopped teaching that alchemy was fraud — ya cannot turn lead into gold — and their aint no such thing as a perpetual motion machine. They probably aren’t even teaching that there aint no such thing as aint anymore. Lets see here boys and girls: This is a (my) condom and this is a (my) cucumber — and if any of you are having trouble grasping this – and would like further tutelage – meet me or miss (Mrs) perkybutt after school in rooms 101 or 102 — I will be in 101 with (for) the girls and Ms. P will be —-

    Where the hell is someone with some brains. — I may start looking in China.

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  2. MOS 8541 says: 2

    learn how to kiss your new boss’s ass, China. Wonder how the average union worker will react when he is fired from his job? Drink more, blame Bush, beat up his girlfriend and wife, shoot a dumb cop and call it “his rights as a union worker”.

    Better start learning Mandarin…

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  3. Ditto says: 3

    @Budvarakbar:

    Stupid SOB’s think ya can save enough with curlie-que bulbs to charge up a 30 mile range electric car on a daily basis.

    I still haven’t been able to find out where to safely dispose of these mercury containing bulbs. The ecology crowd used to be vocally concerned about mercury being released into ground water by improper disposal of dangerous trash. Crickets on this issue from the press, and nothing from the EPA educating people about the danger of tossing them in the trash. (The same goes for mercury containing button batteries.)

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