Mississippi Democrats: Reps. Palazzo and Monsour ‘Too Stupid To Serve’
In light of an initiative being proposed by Representatives Alex Monsour and Steven Palazzo to prohibit mandatory participation in any health insurance plan, the Mississippi Democrats took to their blog to declare those two Representatives ‘too stupid to serve.’
According to Sam Hall, they both need to resign from the legislature now and Palazzo needs to end his run for Congress (against a Democrat who opposed healthcare mind you).
As we know, Americans don’t like the healthcare bill and want it repealed- we can only figure an even stronger majority in Mississippi agree (as we have shown using current polling and 2008 exit polls). So if this initiative were to make the ballot- and pass (which it would if it was on the ballot today)- will the Mississippi Democrats declare all voters stupid?
I still continue to be shocked at the level of support for this bill from the state party. There is a reason that two of three Democrats in the Congressional delegation voted against the bill. Yet the Mississippi Democrats continue to bring it up- and praise it while denouncing anyone who opposes it.
In other name-calling news, Hall called Alan Nunnelee “fiscally stupid” because he doesn’t want to drain the state’s reserves that we are going to need for at least the next few years.
The Mississippi Democrats have done a lot of good things in terms of Internet presence and social media. That said, it seems like they have done it at the expense of being hijacked by the left.