Would someone please explain to three stupid Dem-Rat bloggers in Minnesota that you can’t put postage on an email? Is there a law extending Franking Privileges to email? I don’t think so. If there were, trust me, Nancy Pelosi would have cut off Republican access to the Internet the way she has cut off their Franking Privileges.
We need to start slamming her with ethics complaints.
First they went after Sarah Palin.
Now they are going to attempt to destroy Michelle Bachman.
DemRats Dusty Trice, Brain Falldin, and Aaron Landry have decided they are going to destroy Michelle Bachman. I wonder how much Obama is paying them to go after her.
These goons are going after Bachman for a violation for her Franking Privileges for sending out email. How the hell can you put postage on an email?
Are Dusty Trice, Brian Falldin and Aaron Landry that S – T – U – P – I – D?
What about the Dems who refuse to allow the GOP to use their Franking Privileges for valid constituent mail? Let’s file an ethics complaint about that!
How long are we going to put up with this sort of behavior? I think people who file these sorts of complaints ought to get slammed with all the bills after the complaints are dumped. Nah, it wouldn’t make any different. They are so corrupt Obama’s people would pay all their bills, then complain when they were caught with their hand in the cookie jar.
The worst of it is these jerks are making a mockery out of a process designed to take down bad behavior in the House.
So, this is how you do it. Maybe it’s time to start submitting ethics complaints against Nancy Pelosi, John Conyers, you name it. The sky’s the limit.
Golly guys, it’s war. I have an idea. Let’s clog the OCE with unethical ethics complaints about every DemRat in Washington. I can think of a resident of 1600 Penn who is a walking ethics violation. This could be fun.
Ever heard of the Wild West?
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