Grayson’s Anatomy: Biggest Tool in House Calls Cheney a Vampire

I’ve recently become a big fan of Rep. Alan Grayson — and I mean “a fan” in the same way the boys at Phi-Delta-Gamma gather around the toilet to applaud one of their frat brothers’ especially massive droppings.

Here’s Grayson on with Chris Matthews last night saying that Dick Cheney has blood dripping from his teeth, only hates Obama because he doesn’t shoot old men in the face and that the former veep turned into a bat and flew away at the end of his speech the other day.

So there you have it — all of Cheney’s arguments were effectively dismantled with logic and reason.

Matthews called Grayson “Captain Cojones” at the end of the interview — clearly Chris had another thrill going up his leg.

By the way, the Rep. who called Cheney a vampire is the same ghoul who wants to hear your “faces of uninsured death” stories for a political snuff film he’s working on.

For Alan Grayson — who supports as a “right” something that kills in the neighborhood of one million unborn children per year in the U.S. — to accuse anybody else of having blood on their hands (and dripping from their chins) is comical.

Update: Grayson’s House website has a ticker on it to update everyone as to how many Americans without health insurance have died since Jan. 1, 2009. If we’re to take Grayson at his word and over 36,000 people have died so far this year due to a lack of insurance, I don’t even want to know how many insured people have died. And I sure as hell don’t want to see how many people die every year in any health system that’s designed in part by this fool.

It’s also nice to know that Grayson has discovered who are the real enemies of America.

Author: Doug Powers

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