This douchenugget can’t possibly retire quickly enough!

As many of you may have surmised from my virtual (and in real life) happy dance during the past few months, Jim Moranthug, anti-Semite, gun- grabbing hoplophobe, racist, anti-military shitbag, corrupt pig, has decided to finally unass the AO of the 8th Congressional District in Virginia.  Now, I’m fully aware that another leftist creepasaurus will likely take his spot and continue the culture of anti-freedom, anti-responsibility assclownery that has become Moran’s trademark, but let me just celebrate a little, will ya?

Because I tell ya what… I doubt there’s another politician out there who is more disgusting and covered in smelly, oozy slime than Moran! This sack of douche is one of a kind (thankfully!).

As an example, allow me to point you to Moran’s latest comments, which are so ludicrous, that it’s a wonder anyone takes them seriously. I keep wondering if the media is actually reporting on this shit, because they consider it absurd.

Because, trust me. It’s absurd.

“I think the American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid,” Moran told CQ Roll Call. “I understand that it’s widely felt that they underperform, but the fact is that this is the board of directors for the largest economic entity in the world.”

The senior appropriator pointed out that some members have taken to living out of their offices to save money, while others have “small little apartment units” that make it impossible to spend the time they should with their families.

Fucking what?

Let’s ignore the fact that most Congresscritters are millionaires, and don’t need the perks, benefits and six-figure salary they get at the people’s expense – the very same people whom they screw in favor of their corporate and political masters every year.

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, which tracks political spending in Congress, at least 268 of the current 534 members of Congress had a net worth of at least $1 million in 2012. The median net worth of a member of Congress reached $1,008,767 in 2012, up from $960,000 in 2011, according to disclosures filed annually by all members of Congress, which the center analyzed.

Additionally, with a few notable exceptions, THEY. DO. A. CRAPPY. JOB.

Not just a little crappy, either. Most of these pernicious hemorrhoids on the ass of humanity are complete and utter shit. Note how many of them bow to the pressure to conform, to bow to the establishment, to hand out pork for votes, to bring home the bacon as soon as they get to Washington. Note how many vote for legislation without reading it. Note how many of them were pressured or outright bribed to pass ObamaCare. And yet they work a minimum amount of days, receive six-figure salaries and benefits, have staffers to do the really hard work for them, and have the gall to complain that they’re not getting enough!

Please!

Pardon me if I don’t shed a tear for the poor millionaires for whom the various breaks, including a summer break, Presidents Day break, spring break, Memorial Day break, and Independence Day break, as well as campaigning time is just not enough, and who can’t possibly keep an apartment on that six-figure salary (because dog forbid they be forced to pay $2000 for a one-bedroom apartment in luxury downtown!), and must settle for sleeping in their plush offices!

Moran can eat a large, steaming bag of dick. There’s not a single Congressman that is more despicable, corrupt and outrageous than this slimy git!

It will be nice not to pay his $174,000 salary any longer.

6 responses

  1. I bet whoever replaces him isn’t much of an improvement. That district is a lost cause. Still, it is good to see him go.

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  2. Not so fast, Nicki!

    As a man known for bipartisanship and compassion towards ALL Democrats, I think Congressman Moran’s statement has room for some agreement and “working together.”

    At the base of the argument is the belief that Congress’ salary is unfair. So I recommend the Moran-McNeely Congressional Compensation Fairness Act. All Congresscritters receive pay based on their highest rank achieved in military service for the first two years, then increase by 4% per year following. No prior military service? Well…we start you as an e-1! And we can put them all on Tri-Care…paying the retirement co-pays, of course.

    See, Nicki…we can do this because of Congressman Moran’s years of dedicated service to bringing fairness to Washington, DC.

    Isn’t bi-partisanship fun?

    -Jim+

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  3. OK – give the douchebag a raise. Pay him with precious metal – Galena.

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  4. When people begin to understand power is as intoxicating as crack cocaine, they might understand how terrible it is for any public servant to have the power to raise their salary.

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  5. I guess Obamacare is so expensive they can’t afford to enroll.

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  6. They used to get a large housing allowance, but that went away when they got a large raise some time ago. Now they just get a $3,000 per year deduction on their taxes as a housing allowance.

    I think they ought to use the former military base that’s just across the river from DC as a place for dorms for them. Or, let each state buy homes in the DC area for the use of their Congresscritters.

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