Tuesday, October 01, 2013


"Disdain from both parties can only mean that Cruz
is on the side of the American People."

The above is a comment prompted by this story at Breitbart:


Congressman Peter King (R-NY) had some choice words for Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Monday night following a vote on the House floor. When asked by Breitbart News why he had such harsh feeling toward the junior senator from Texas, King replied, "He’s a con man. He knew this was going nowhere." 

"He sold a false bill of goods—put pressure on Republicans—said defund Obamacare in the House and it would work through the Senate, and it didn’t," King added. "He knew it wouldn’t [work]. So we had to listen to him talk about Dr. Seuss for 21 hours.”

King told MSNBC last week he received "vile" phone calls from Ted Cruz supporters as a result of King's opposition to Cruz's quasi-filibuster on the Senate floor:
“The vehemence of the phone calls coming into the office. I don’t care, people can call me whatever they want … I haven’t heard such vile, profane, obscene language,” King said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Thursday.


Is it possible for Peter King to be any more of a dick?

And why is he on MSNBC?

Let me close with another comment:

"If Peter King were twice the man he is, he still wouldn't be 
half the man Ted Cruz is."


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