Rep. Chris McDaniel is a typical tea party waste of space. He joins a legion of right-wing sociopaths that continue to astound the world with their alarming ignorance on a daily basis. McDaniel has implied that the less fortunate residents of New Orleans were responsible for their own ‘inability’ to properly evacuate the unprecedented devastation left by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. According to McDaniel, these folks were to busy waiting for Uncle Sam to provide an answer(handout) to bail them out of danger.
McDaniel’s viewpoint represents EVERYTHING that is wrong with today’s reich-winged influenced ideology. This asshole is so consumed with his hate-filled hubris, that he actually can’t see the forest of reality,because he, and his fellow Mississippi mudslingers, have firmly planted so many trees of teabilly influenced ignorance-they have been blinded by their roots that cause extensive flooding in their shallow foundations…posing as common sense combined with an insidious smirk.
Comparing the ability of the disadvantaged residents of New Orleans to escape harm, to those, who reside in wealthier cities, is patently absurd, insensitive and supremely IGNORANT! Then again,-remember this quote from the bag-of-bones, posing as former First Lady Barbara Bush concerning the displacement of many long-term residents of Nawlins’ that were labeled as ‘evacuees/refugees’:
“What I’m hearing, which is sort of scary, is they all want to stay in Texas,” Barbara Bush said in an interview on Monday with the radio program “Marketplace.” “Everyone is so overwhelmed by the hospitality.”
“And so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway,” she said, “so this is working very well for them.”~Barbara Bush
McDaniel’s philosophy is clearly present through the consistent conservative smirk that seems to permanently adorn not only his phony face, but also other deranged and demonic haters of our increasingly diverse democracy.
Think about it: The same smirk of privileged, pseudo-patriotic nonsense can be seen on Faux News; the cum-guzzling, misinformed lips of Bristol&Sarah Palin; the ashy mugs of Uncle Ben Carson and Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson; the full-of-shit infested Ted Nugent, and the increasingly annoying Canadian-born, Communist, wannabe shit-kicker Ted Cruz.What about Michael Dunn’s murdering ass? Each time we hear Elizabeth Hasselback question why the poor need air-conditioning, we are reminded that this idiot survived NOTHING on a ‘secluded’ island that ‘included’ IMMEDIATE relief…if a storm blew in. Personally, I could give a flat fuck about what constitutes her conservatively clouded VIEW!
McDaniel wants to represent the ‘new’ state of Mississippi. Read the link at the beginning of this post, and McDaniel’s own words below, and see why there is nothing new coming from the satanic and smarmy smirk of our latest “Asshole of The Week.”~Daryl
McDaniel said that the “welfare dependent citizens of New Orleans (of all races, including black and white)” decided to stay in the city rather than leave. Here’s what he said in the post:
Had the hurricane been approaching Orange County, California or South Beach, Miami, the great majority of residents in either of those towns would have probably heeded the countless evacuation warnings and left for higher ground (especially if their city was located below sea level). But not the welfare dependent citizens of New Orleans (of all races, including black and white). Playing their part in the drama that was suggestive of liberalisms greatest failure, many in New Orleans simply ignored common sense and waited for the great federal father to save them. Others seized on Katrina’s “opportunity” to assault, loot and steal. NOTE TO THE LEFT: Unless you live in Detroit, the basic necessities of life do not include big screen plasma TV’s, Randy Moss jerseys, Air Jordan sneakers or any type of “bling-bling.”
Comments on Hurricane Katrina and relief aid has gotten McDaniel in trouble before. In an interview with Politico a few months earlier McDaniel refused to say whether he would have supported legislation that sent $10 billion worth of relief aid to states hit by Katrina.