My letter to that bitch Barbara Boxer
Posted by cann0nba11 on June 19, 2009
Your condescending and flat out bitchy quip to Army Brigadier General Michael Walsh for addressing you with the respectful title of “Ma’am” is one of the most disgusting things I have heard come out of the mouth of an elected official. In one sentence you managed to remove any of the remaining political clout and credibility left in your pathetic career.
You say that you worked so hard to get the title of “Senator.” I would like to compare your concept of “work” with that of the Brigadier General. Have you risked your life in the line of your beloved position of power as a Senator? General Walsh has done more work in one week of his life than you have performed in your entire political career. How DARE you berate and embarass a man of distinction and honor.
As you have so famously reminded America, “elections have consequences.” Well, Senator Bitch, so do words. At the very least you owe the general a public and sincere apology. Blame your quip on a headache, or the traffic, or George Bush and Dick Cheney for that matter. But do what is right and apologize to a man that has earned his title and addressed you in a polite and courteous way. Failure to do so will be the final nail in the coffin of your political career.
- Remember your slogan back when you were first elected? “Barbara Boxer gives a damn.” It sounds like you don’t any more.
- Remember back in 1992 when you were implicated in the Senate banking scandal and you wrote 87 fraudulent checks? Even back then you were happy to spend other people’s money.
- Remember when you accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, a claim that we now know was purely baseless and completely partisan?
- Remember when you retired in 2004 then decided to run to “fight for the right to dissent” against conservatives?
For those of you that, unlike Babs, believe that dissent is still patriotic, please call this political windbag’s office and let her know how you feel. In my opinion she has sacrificed her use of the title of “Senator” and deserves to be called whatever we feel like. Bitch is a great word. I can think of more.
112 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
(202) 224-0454 fax