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.

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.


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.