It’s all about integrity…

The man has a point.

From: Nate
Subject: Voter Fraud
so, I found this on ebaumsworld.com. This is very amusing, and by amusing I mean messed up. No surprise it happens in Texas, but I wonder how common it is among the other states and even in our federal congress. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised. I guess this is how our elected representatives think a democracy should function. Care to comment?

Here’s the video he’s talking about:

I like it when Representative Debbie Riddle (R-Houston) says, “It’s all about integrity.”

More on her here: austinchronicle.com and hcdp.org

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The man, the legend. The guy who started it all back in the Year of Our Lord Beer, 2000, with a couple of pages worth of idiotic ranting hardcoded on some random porn site that would host anything you uploaded, a book called HTML for Dummies (which was completely appropriate), a bad attitude (which hasn’t much changed), and a Dell desktop running Win95 with 64 mgs of ram and a six gig hard drive. Those were the days. Then he went to law school. Go figure. Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

6 thoughts on “It’s all about integrity…

  1. Texas. I am to be hating her.

    Most corrupt place in the lower 48. Yet another reason not to vote Ron Paul or for any other individual from Texas FOREVER.

    Fucking redneck inbred asshole racist…

    >ranting off into the distance…

  2. Sometimes I hate defending this country.

    We need to get rid of this whole damn government and start over fresh it seems…

  3. Oh noes…the rep. in question is from Tomball, for chrissakes. That, not Moscow, is the pit of hell. Yeah, yeah, fuck Texas, except for Austin. We’re not all that corrupt, just the smelly goat-ropers.

    But a four year old article making waves?

  4. Oh, and the texas ledge is in session 6 months every other year. Of course when they get together there is a fair amount of drinking, and could stand all that Ding Ding Ding of voting with a bacardi hangover? And cut em some slack, nobody expects em to be anything but corrupt dirtballs elected by tom delay, anyway.

  5. Yeah, I didn’t realize how dated that story was. But it seems that Riddle is still a member of the legislature:
    http://www.house.state.tx.us/members/dist150/riddle.htm

    I also didn’t realize what a nut she is. I’ve never been to Texas, but I did grow up in Kansas. They’ve outlawed evolution in schools twice and the former AG put out a list of artists (CD’s) that were not allowed to be available in public libraries.

    I have liked some of the things Ron Paul has said, and my sexy neighbor thinks he’s the shit. But yeah, I don’t know about Texans. Too many conservative crazies from there.

  6. I have to defend Texas, if only to defend my own reputation. I have lived in most of the lower 48 (and Hawaii), and I have to say the concentration of stupid people is higher the further south you go. I think it has something to do with stupid people not getting killed by behaving stupid in cold weather, and having to kill themselves in other ways. That doesn’t mean that those of you on the northern border are immune though, there are plenty of stupid people that have learned to come in from the cold…

    Opus