DAILY GRINDER: “Filthy, Deplorable, Disgusting” Congresspeople and Other Messes

The U.S. Congress voted to repeal the Affordable Care For America Act (”Obamacare”), a move of pure spite vomit politics – BUT WHAT ABOUT SITTING SIDE BY SIDE AT THE STATE OF THE UNION?? – similar to the Democrats’ 2007 non-binding charade resolutions that wouldn’t have pulled U.S. soldiers out of Iraq, even if passed. All local lawmakers obviously voted along party lines – that includes Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, who is now allowed to vote! [Newsworks]

Antonio Rodriguez, the accused Kensington Strangler, was officially charged yesterday with three counts of murder, rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and abuse of a corpse. [Inky]

The details of the West Philly abortionist are truly terrible. “One newborn who weighed almost six pounds was so big “the doctor joked . . . this baby ‘could walk me to the bus stop.’”…What they found, according to the report, was “filthy, deplorable, and disgusting”: Blood on the floor. The stench of urine. Cat feces on the stairs. Semi-conscious women moaning in the waiting or revovery rooms, covered with blood-stained blankets. Broken equipment. Blocked or locked exits.” Jesus Fucking Christ. [Inky]

Glenn Beck’s stage character recently named eight Jewish people throughout history as part of the conspiracy against freedom. They include, of course, George Soros, Sigmund Freud, Cass Sunstein, labor leader Andy Stern and former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell…Whuh???? Yep, Glenn Beck’s jihad against Philly and the greater Keystone State apparently involves telling his viewers Ed Rendell is part of this Zionist global elite social club that controls the world. Jeffrey Goldberg at the Atlantic is calling this Beck’s “Jewish problem.” Conspiracies were so much better when Republicans weren’t believers, don’t you think? I hate how Democrats have to pretend they don’t think Bush planned and executed 9/11 to seem more normal than the Tea crazies. [The Atlantic]

‘Blogger Tax’: A working group consisting of Councilman Bill Green, Maria Quinones Sanchez and the Nutter Administration hopes to “achieve the underlying policy goals of the BPT reform legislation, which include[es] helping small businesses…” etc. They hope to have the proposal ready by March, haha. [Technically Philly]

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