Or should that be "Moron Rush"?
Just when I thought I was done with the bloviating gasbag pimpleass, he pops up again, this time ridiculing a 12-year-old boy whose life was saved by the CHIP program and who then had the unmitigated gall to go on national radio to talk about it.
What's the matter, Rusty? Chelsea Clinton (aka "the White House dog") get too old for you? You are afraid to debate Jon Soltz about the so-called "phony soldiers", and you are afraid to debate me on the same topic, but I guess, like the rest of your hypocritical sex-crazed closeted gay cohorts in the GOP, 12-year-old boys are not off limits.
Remember folks, this unwarranted and disgusting attack on an innocent boy comes from a guy who spent his Viagra-fueled vacation in the Dominican Republic, the Western Hemisphere's mecca for child sex prostitution.
Could it be that the Windbag from Wall Street is doing a little projecting when he spouts vile shit like this:
So the bottom line for me is: They can’t rely on truth to make their case for their cause. They have to lie. Be it about me, be it about their own voters (such as the Frosts) be it about President Bush, they must lie — and anybody who stands in the way of their succeeding with that lie becomes an enemy, becomes a targetI don't have a degree in psychology, but this is so easy I don't need one. The fatass motherfucker is so clearly talking about himself and the rest of the Talking Point Rethugs that it isn't even funny any more.
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They send the kid out to lie. They filled this kid’s head with lies just as they have some of these soldiers about me. Put lies in the kid’s head or put it on the script that he’s reading. He goes out and reads it. He’s 12-years-old! They will use anybody! They’ll corrupt anybody, to get where they’re headed. That’s who they are, folks.
Here's what Graeme Frost, the 12-year-old under attack, had to say in his radio broadcast. Read it over and then tell me what in it is such a huge lie:
Hi, my name is Graeme Frost. I’m 12 years old and I live in Baltimore, Maryland. Most kids my age probably havent heard of CHIP, the Childrens Health Insurance Program. But I know all about it, because if it weren’t for CHIP, I might not be here today.Just what the fuck are the wingnuts so fucking afraid of, that they have to send their overweight, oversexed and overbearing fat-fuck pimple-assed attack dog after a 12-year-old boy??
CHIP is a law the government made to help families like mine afford healthcare for their kids. Three years ago, my family was in a really bad car accident. My younger sister Gemma and I were both hurt. I was in a coma for a week and couldn’t eat or stand up or even talk at first. My sister was even worse.
I was in the hospital for five-and-a-half months and I needed a big surgery. For a long time after that, I had to go to physical therapy after school to get stronger. But even though I was hurt badly, I was really lucky. My sister and I both were.
My parents work really hard and always make sure my sister and I have everything we need, but the hospital bills were huge. We got the help we needed because we had health insurance for us through the CHIP program. But there are millions of kids out there who don’t have CHIP, and they wouldn’t get the care that my sister and I did if they got hurt. Their parents might have to sell their cars or their houses, or they might not be able to pay for hospital bills at all.
Now I’m back to school. One of my vocal chords is paralyzed so I don’t talk the same way I used to. And I can’t walk or run as fast as I did. The doctors say I can’t play football any more, but I might still be able to be a coach. I’m just happy to be back with my friends.
I don’t know why President Bush wants to stop kids who really need help from getting CHIP. All I know is I have some really good doctors. They took great care of me when I was sick, and I’m glad I could see them because of the Childrens Health Program.
I just hope the President will listen to my story and help other kids to be as lucky as me. This Graeme Frost, and this has been the Weekly Democratic Radio address.
Thanks for listening.