Tuesday, July 30, 2013

This Is A Republican, Part 4: Steve King

Steve King, the Congressman from Iowa, and one of the most prolific moronic douchebags in Washington, who will say anything, even when he knows it’s all made up in his tiny little head.

He was the one, you may remember, who Tweeted out that his offices in Washington were being overrun by illegal aliens and demanded help from anyone. Turns out the “aliens” were actual legal Americans, the sons and daughters of undocumented immigrants, who came to his office to ask why he wanted to deny them a future in this country.

And now, because King never met an undocumented immigrant who wasn’t a drug dealer or criminal, is stepping into it again. This time he said:
They [the children of undocumented immigrants] “aren’t all valedictorians; they weren’t all brought in by their parents; for every one who’s a valedictorian, there’s another 100 out there that they weigh 130 pounds, and they’ve got calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert.”
Yes, for every immigrant here doing the right thing, there are, according to King’s statistics, 100 more crossing the deserts with bags after bag of pot.

So, well, this was bound to happen. His offices are now being inundated with cantaloupes.

Last week, three young students dropped off the fruit while asking to speak with king about his vicious, and incorrect, statements. And who can blame them after King said that many of those so-called Dreamers are involved in the drug trade.

But that isn’t all he’s said. Last year he compared immigrants to dogs, stating that the United States has the pick of the litter; in 2006 he showed up on the House floor with a model of an electrified fence that he proposed should be built along the U.S.-Mexico border to deter illegal immigration, noting that we already do something similar with livestock.

Dogs. Livestock. Drug mules. That’s how King views every single undocumented immigrant in the country. Every.Single.One.

Now, I'm sure some undocumented immigrants are racing across the deserts carrying drugs, but, I think, for every one of them, they are probably hundreds of Americans and others doing the exact same thing, but Steve King has no problem with those folks.

It's just the brown-skinned ones with the accents.

And while some in the GOP—notably Cryin’ John Boehner and Demonic Eric Cantor—have called King’s cantaloupe rant “wrong” and “inexcusable” just last month the House passed a King amendment to the Homeland Security spending bill that calls for defunding a temporary deferred action program created last year that offered Dreamers a temporary reprieve from deportation.


Yes. Because they’re drug mules, they’re animals, they don’t count. At least not in the eyes of a Steve King.

4 comments:

Ron said...

The really scary thing about Steve King and other politicians like him is that he really believes what he spouts.

R.J. said...

No, the scarier thing is that there's tens of thousands of people in northwest Iowa who willingly re-elect Steve King every two years.

anne marie in philly said...

hate-filled bigot!

Biki Honko said...

This man is a menace to our country, and makes us look like fools for voting this idiot into office. Stupid Iowa's wake up and get rid of this four star fool.