See the Florida/Alabama game at Bryant-Denny Stadium with Dale Jackson and Matt Murphy to benefit Know5.org….

IMG_0395.JPG

We are auctioning off a chance to go to the game with both talk show hosts.

All proceeds go to Know5.org! Their purpose is to bring awareness and ultimately a cure to a devastating neurological disorder called CDKL5, read more about this disease at know5.org.

To bid, e-mail TheDaleJackson@aol.com!

Russell Pearce 2016!

Who?

This guy

The recalled Arizona senate president who proposed the state’s controversial anti-immigration law said he could fix public assistance programs by forcibly sterilizing women who receive aid and by requiring drug tests for all recipients.

“You put me in charge of Medicaid, the first thing I’d do is get Norplant, birth-control implants, or tubal ligations,” said Russell Pearce on his weekly talk radio program. Then we’ll test recipients for drugs and alcohol, and if you want to [reproduce] or use drugs or alcohol, then get a job.”

He suggested drastic cuts to food assistance for needy families, reported Phoenix New Times, and he urged strict limits items that could be purchased what little help was available.

“No cash for Ding Dongs and Ho Hos, you’d only get money for 15-pound bags of rice and beans, blocks of cheese and powdered milk – all the powdered milk you can haul away,” Pearce said. “If you want a steak or frozen pizza, then you’d have to get a job.”

He also suggested Spartan accommodations and strict rules for anyone who received government housing assistance.

“Ever live in a military barracks?” he said. “You’ll maintain your property in a clean, good state of repair, and your home will be subjected to an inspection at any time, possessions will be inventoried. If you want a plasma TV or an X-Box 360, then get a job.”

Love it. Love everything about.

The Dale Jackson Show (WVNN) podcast – 09-11-14

George W. Bush’s Address to the Nation on 9/11

Al Sharpton: Political Expert? No.

Why is this guy on TV?

 MADDOW: Well, it’s Congress’ decision whether or not to vote. It’s not the president’s decision on whether or not Congress votes.

MATTHEWS: No, but once it happened. Once it happened it would [unintelligible] Rev.

AL SHARPTON: But if we’re going to play the mind game, then why don’t they do that?

MADDOW: Exactly!

SHARPTON: If in fact those that are opposed to the president feel they have the votes, they should then convene and vote and tell the American people, we’ve said something needs to be done, we don’t care what the polls say, we’re voting against this president. It’s for them to convene and to say Mitch Mcconnell and John Boehner can call the vote. We should be asking why won’t they call the vote if they think the president is out of bounds. [...]

9:53 p.m. Eastern

SHARPTON: I think that if Mr. Boehner is serious, then he’s the Speaker of the House, call a vote. I think John McCain should go to the floor of the Senate tomorrow, call a vote. It’s very interesting how McCain even said, “Yes, I think it should be a vote, I don’t know why the president doesn’t call it.” He’s in the Senate. They’re the heads of the committees. They have the numbers to call votes. I mean, what are we talking about here? It’s like everyone is dancing around what they should do. The president laid out his four-point strategy tonight, whether one agrees or not. They’re talking about a vote they can call.

This dumbass isn’t alone…

Over one-third of Likely U.S. Voters remain unaware which political party controls the House of Representatives and which has a majority in the Senate – less than two months before an election that may put one party in charge of both.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 63% are aware that Republicans have majority control of the House. An identical number (63%) know that Democrats run the Senate.

Twenty percent (20%) mistakenly believe Democrats control the House, while 17% are not sure. Similarly, 18% think the GOP is in charge in the Senate, but 19% are not sure.

Maybe MSNBC knows their audience…

This is the saddest spin any politician has ever spun…

We all know Griffith lashed out at WAPI’s Matt Murphy

“Parker was visibly upset because I questioned him about the issues he had while working at Huntsville Hospital,” Murphy told Yellowhammer. “We went off the air and I stood up because the interview was over, and he stood up, pointed his finger in my face and told me ‘that was a chicken s— move.’ He said, ‘You’re a piece of s— mother f— and if I wasn’t running for governor I would kick your a— right now.’”

Murphy said a campaign aide tried to calm Mr. Griffith down and escort him out of the studio, but he resisted and his anger continued to escalate.

“I told him he needed to back off, but he didn’t,” Murphy continued. “He said, ‘I promise you this, after this election is done, you’re going to be done in this state. I’m going to bury you. You’re nothing but a p—. I’ll whip your a— right now, and I can do it.’”

Griffith’s explanation is almost as stupid as his original statement…

“This sort of behavior from the hard core, right wing of the Tea Party and their allies is typical behavior at election time,” Griffith said. “They will seize upon any distraction to keep people from focusing on the most important issues of this campaign especially the education lottery that I support and Governor Bentley opposes.”

Yes, it is about the Tea Party and lottery.

Come on, Parker Griffith… Just say, “My bad.”

Governor Bentley responds to Parker Griffith’s obscenities….

IMG_0392.PNGI did not expect it, but that was a good response….

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 7,646 other followers