“Moderate” Democrat demands Cheney execution
Would someone tell me again why Conservatives are evil and want to kill everyone? After all, it wasn’t a Republican/conservative who said former VP Richard Cheney should be executed.
No, it was a “moderate” Democrat from Maine. Here are the details from the Maine Wire1:
Rep. Chuck Kruger (D-Thomaston), the Democrat chair of the Maine legislature’s Moderate Caucus, used his Twitter account to express his view that former Vice President Dick Cheney should be executed. This comment has led some to question the validity of Kruger’s moderate credentials.
Democrat Moderate? That animal went extinct decades ago. Now all we have left are the rabid screaming moonbat variety. So what did this “moderate” say?
Kruger made the statement through his Twitter account this past summer, saying, “Cheney deserves same final end he gave Saddam. Hope there are cell cams,” a reference to technology that would allow Kruger to watch the proposed execution of the former Vice President of the United States.
And here we see the standard hypocrisy of the left wing democrat. The utter and total blind hatred for Cheney by the Liberal Progressives borders on insanity.
So how does former Vice-President Richard Cheney compare to Saddam Hussein? One was a heartless beast and the other was a murdering tyrannical president of Iraq. (And recently Cheney had a heart inserted so that ends the heartless part. *wink*) In the real world, Cheney was a man who could make the tough decisions of he had to. Hussein was a genocidal mass murder who butchered over a million of his own people. He also used poison gas on the Kurds, killing some 5000 men, women and children. I don’t recall Cheney doing things like that, and you must remember that as VP he had NO power to order a cup of coffee. All he did was advise Bush and stand by in case Bush should slip in the shower or something.
Getting back to the story, Kruger’s tweet is not being well received in Communist Moderate circles in Maine.
Representative Les Fossel (R-Alna), the Republican co-chair of the Moderate Caucus, said it is not the type of comment that Kruger has ever made to him in person or in front of him. “I have never heard anything like that from him in the caucus,” Fossel said. “In caucus he is a mild and mannered co-chair.” “Obviously I disagree with his comment about [former vice-president] Cheney,” Fossel added.
That just goes to show you that Freddy Chuck Kruger was better than most moonbats about hiding his true feeling. However, like a former pervert Democrat Congressman, Anthony Weiner, give him a simple means of sending out spur of the moment messages and the thin veneer of “Moderation” falls away.
The ‘moderate’ label in Maine has become fashionable as of late, as several prominent Democrats have shed their party affiliation in order to capitalize on the tradition of successful moderate political figures from Margaret Chase Smith to Olympia Snowe.
In the limelight this year is former Democrat Angus King, who has resurrected his ‘independent’ political identity to fuel his run for U.S. Senate. Though King professes inclinations toward the political center by refusing to indicate which party he would caucus with, most political observers believe he would act as a functional Democrat in the Senate.
First, I wouldn’t call Olympia Snowe “Moderate.” She is as left wing as any Marxist Democrat and regularly “crossed the aisle” and voted against the freedom loving people of America2. Snowe has apparently seen the writing on the wall, (Spray painted no doubt by her rather furious constituents), and isn’t seeking reelection.
“This is a profoundly disturbing thing for an elected official who represents the good people of Maine to say about another former or current elected official,” said Jason Savage, Executive Director of Maine People Before Politics.
“In addition to the fact that this dangerous statement violates any standard of decency for a politician representing the people of Maine, it also exposes the false narrative that self-proclaimed moderate politicians are trying to create,” Savage said.
Yep, it looks like all those Maine Moderates are running away as fast as their moderate little feet can carry them.
Kruger’s views on moderation, though, may be at odds with actual moderates. While Fossel, Cutler and King have expressed the desire to establish common ground between centrists in both parties, Kruger is apparently looking for a united front between right- and left-wing extremists.
If I’m reading this correctly, Kruger’s idea of “moderation” between the parties is the same as Obama’s. Crush, Kill and destroy. The final line in the story was a nice dig at this barking moonbat:
It was unclear whether this nexus included the execution of any other public officials.
I’m sure he would have generated a list if he wasn’t limited to the 140 characters of a Twitter post. Hopefully, Maine will continue turning out these morons in November.
~The Angry Webmaster~