Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Green: Pass amendment, then ignore it

Congressman Mark Green talking out of both sides of his mouth? Wanting to have it both ways on the amendment to ban gay marriages and civil unions?

Shocking? No, just par for the course the way Green plays politics.

One Wisconsin Now has the goods.

If you agree with Mark Green, vote no.

UPDATE: A reader says there's another question we should ask Mark Green: what other sentences of the state constitution do you plan to ignore if you are elected Governor?

8 Comments:

At 1:25 PM, Blogger tom47 said...

Green spent too much time in Washington with George "I will sign this bill but reserve the right to ignore half of its language" Bush

 
At 2:07 PM, Blogger GWC shadow said...

This is desparation folks. Fact is that Doyal and the John Carry libs are sinking fast. Can't talk about the real issues can you Bill. My service in the militair has caused me to point out that Doyal and Carry libs desrespect all us proud adn STUPID VETERANDS.

 
At 2:12 PM, Blogger Xoff said...

Shadow:

As someone who served in the "militair" myself, I have some advice I hope you will seriously consider:

Check yourself into the VA, man, or at least get your meds adjusted,

 
At 3:23 PM, Blogger GWC shadow said...

Adjust my meds just like Fox did Xoff?

 
At 3:28 PM, Blogger Xoff said...

Unlike Rush's, Fox's were legally prescribed.

 
At 3:36 PM, Blogger GWC shadow said...

Mistaking prescription drugs is breaking the law and Fox is just as guilty as Rush was. This just shows the double standard you people have.

 
At 4:22 PM, Blogger Theodore Donald Kerabatsos said...

Green's problem on the gay marriage amendment is the same as his problem on the embryonic stem cell issue: the people he is in bed with will have him for lunch once the election is over.

You can expect Julaine and her Bob Jones University "brain" trust to start litigating the second clause to death. Congressman Green will be shocked, SHOCKED when this occurs, of course.

The same is true on the embryonic stem cell research issue. His wingnut supporters from Wisconsin Right to Life and Pro-Life Wisconsin will expect him to euthanize embryonic stem cell research on the Madison campus. Quite simply, they will present him with the due-bill which they earned by their support.

GWC makes such laughable points that they hardly bear comment, but equating failing to take a prescription (which isn't against the law) with running from pharmacy to pharmacy picking up duplicate prescriptions is a pretty dramatic leap even for a person of his demonstrated "intelligence".

 
At 5:38 PM, Blogger Other Side said...

I was going to write another reply to gwc shadow ... but I can't stop laughing.

 

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