- Tuesday, 28 September 2010 21:02
- Written by The Loyal Opposition
Florida residents beware: The fat mess with a caveman-like face known as Congressman Alan Grayson has a) escaped his room of padded walls and b) forgot to take his medication. The Marxist democrat, who's facing a tougher than anticipated re-election campaign, released an attack ad against his Tea Party supporting opponent Dan Webster, calling him "Taliban Dan." However, as expected from the slob, the ad is completely false and was proven so by the liberal-leaning FactCheck.org. But that's not stopping Grayson - his hard-on for causing a ruckus is only going to get bigger.
In the ad, which is approved by Alan Grayson, Dan Webster is smeared as a religious fanatic.
"Religious fanatics tried to take away our freedom in Afghanistan, in Iran and right here in Central Florida. 'Wives submit yourself to your own husband. She should submit to me. That's in the Bible.'"
The context of the original clip of Webster is the exact opposite, where the unedited quote is, "Don't pick the ones [Bible versus] that say, 'She should submit to me.'" Facts are meaningless to Grayson, who's no stranger to making a big fat scene. In the past he's claimed that Republicans want the sick to "die quickly" and has called a female lobbyist a "whore."
Even though Grayson's ad is a flat-out lie, he's standing by it.
"What's not out of context by any stretch of the imagination is the fact that he has a terrible record on women's rights."
Even the failing, non-network MSNBC was sickened by Grayson's ad. Interviewed by Contessa Brewer, Grayson acts like a deranged individual and claimed nothing he did was false or out of context, but you can clearly tell he's agitated that the liberal network dared to question his blatant lies.
This Neanderthal is a mental patient and a pervert. He needs to be defeated - Orlando, please wake up and support Dan Webster!
The Loyal Opposition is a contributing editor for Habledash.