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Jan Schakowsky: Bitsblog’s Fugly Whore of the Day

http://hillbuzz.wordpress.com/2009/03/23/rep-jan-schakowsky-was-busy-lying-some-more-this-weekend/ [1]Representative  Jan Schakowsky (Illinois – Nine. [1])  is the Bitsblog’s Whore of the Day, and  darn fugly one at that.   If Schakowsky is going to call us despicable,  she might well have a reason.  Eric Zimmermann, Hill [2]:

“The ‘tea parties’ being held today by groups of right-wing activists, and fueled by FOX News Channel, are an effort to mislead the public about the Obama economic plan that cuts taxes for 95 percent of Americans and creates 3.5 million jobs,” Schakowsky said in a statement.

“It’s despicable that right-wing Republicans would attempt to cheapen a significant, honorable moment of American history with a shameful political stunt,” she added. “Not a single American household or business will be taxed at a higher rate this year. Made to look like a grassroots uprising, this is an Obama bashing party promoted by corporate interests, as well as Republican lobbyists and politicians.”

Hat tip photo:  Hillbuzz [3]:

Rep. Jan Schakowsky is the wife of convicted felon Robert Creamer, notorious Chicagoland check-kiter (whose crime spree involved bank and charitable fraud, feloniously writing bad checks on accounts in one bank, for deposit into accounts in another bank, and withdrawal from a third bank before anyone could figure out there was no real money in the accounts to move around like that

Moe Lane [4]:

Why do people like [Robert] Creamer think that they can get away with tax evasion? Because when you’re married to a Democratic Congresswoman, very often you can. That’s because people like Schakowsky don’t think that the rules apply to them. Which is her problem with the Tea Parties, really: the people involved with them have a distinctly different opinion, and they aren’t the sort that get amused with the argument that social justice sometimes requires bank fraud. Best to try to squash them quick

From the top, Fox News, only jumped on the Tea Party bandwagon, but did not create it.   The Obama administration in not cutting taxes it has raised them,  Duluth News Tribune [5]

Hold on to your wallets, smokers. On the heels of President Obama’s expansion of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, or SCHIP, by taxing cigarettes an additional 62 cents a pack, the Minnesota Legislature is looking to add another dollar per pack to the cost of lighting up. 

Further Porkulus has not has created any new net jobs.   Obama’s economy is still tanking.   I am bit disappointed in Schakowsky lack of respect for Tea Party goers.   Judging by the way Schakowsky is holding her mouth, she knows all about tea bagging.

The Peoples’ right to peacefully air their grievances is fundamental and presumed to God given,  as is Schakowsky’s right to be ugly.    On the other boot, there is no right to tax fraud.    I am willing to respect Schakowsky’s real  right.   I ask, well demand, that she do the same.