Friday, July 4, 2008

Jesse Helms is dead

Obviously,. the good die young and evil pieces of shit grow old.

I don't believe in hocus-pocus, voodoo and all that religion dogma BS, but if there were a hell, I'm sure there would be an especially horrid place for Helms. . . right next to his fellow Carolinian Strom Thurman.

That this hideous, racist right wing scumbag could have been elected to congress for three decades is a testament to what kind of people vote in North Carolina. . . racist pricks.

Bye Jesse and good riddance to you, you son-of-a-bitch. The world is a better place today without you.

Ed:
Here's what another racist lying piece of shit had to say about Helms:
"Laura and I are deeply saddened by the passing of our good friend and a great American. . . Jesse Helms was a kind, decent, and humble man and a passionate defender of what he called ‘the Miracle of America.’"
GWBush (MoronMonkeyBoy Bush the Chimp)

"Senator Helms certainly was no bigot," Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday. "He was a man however not into subtlety. You know what he thought about a particular issue. You certainly knew because he was not into the kind of nuance and subtlety that so often divides American politicians."

Not a bigot?! Only one bigotted right wing moron could say that about another bigotted right wing moron.
These people are fucking crazy.

4 comments:

MacDaddy said...

How dare you speak like that about the great statesman from North Carolina! I protest!...Oh, he didn't like black folks protesting, did he?

Someone wrote on my blog that Helms wanted to die quickly, because he didn't want to live in a country with a black president. Now that's some serious racism!

Kit (Keep It Trill) said...

Ding dong, the witch is dead!

SagaciousHillbilly said...

Right on Kit. Same way I felt when Reagan went to hell.

MountainLaurel said...

LOL, MacDaddy. No, he wasn't much for black folks doing much of anything that didn't involve entertaining or menial labor.

And I have to laugh at your post, SH, because when I heard that Helms had passed I said "Only the good die young." As I don't like to speak ill of the dead, that was the best I could muster.