Thursday, July 13, 2006

King Yearns for Construction and Agriculture...

...but gets his place and livestock wrong.

In a speech on the floor on Tuesday, King brought out some high dollar tinker toys in order to garner some more minutes in the spotlight as his appetite for attention apparently still isn't hampered by his diuretic mouth.

While taking much effort not to reach to higher levels of thought (such as Gephardt's plan in 2000 to require reasonable minimum wages with no-tariff trading partners), King blunders on with an isolationist approach of building a wall.

While he might not be a fiscal conservative for the people, he certainly is enterprising for himself, as he again plugs his construction business as being able to do the job, saying "Our little construction company could build a mile a day of this pretty easily, once you’ve got your system going."

The most astonishing part continues to be his arrogance towards anyone not like him. We continue to find out the different groups of people he doesn't like, which makes the odds high that he inherently does not like most of America. We're now beginning to find out how he would like to handle those he doesn't like: "We could also electrify this wire with the kind of current that would not kill somebody, but it would simply be a discouragement for them to be fooling around with it. We do that with livestock all the time."

Mr. King, please, if you're going to do construction, please move back to Iowa, and if you're going to manage anything living, please keep it to legal livestock.


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