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From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostNov-14 11:58 AM 
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The Hill:

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) called fellow GOP Rep. Darrell Issa (Calif.) a p—- on Tuesday after he attacked her for lacking the “maturity and experience” to understand the proper way to bring an impeachment vote against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, Greene included a meme of former President Trump saying, “She said he’s a p—-.” The meme was a response to another post from her official House X account, which also attacked Issa.

“Darrell Issa is right, I am a hardworking member of Congress who puts the American people first. But we all know what Darrell Issa lacks…,” Greene posted, before including emojis of five different sports balls.

Issa had defended himself Tuesday morning against criticism — especially from Greene — for his vote to punt the impeachment measure on Mayorkas back to committee. He had joined seven other Republicans and Democrats in voting against the measure on Monday.

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From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostNov-14 5:47 PM 
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another silly GOP squabble. My money would be on the Teamster


Sen. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) on Tuesday nearly started a fistfight with labor union leader Sean O’Brien in the middle of a Senate committee hearing, after the two traded ridiculous, high school-level insults for several minutes.

Mullin, a member of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, held up printed copies of past tweets by O’Brien that have mocked the senator. This was during a hearing theoretically focused on standing up to corporate greed.

“It says, ‘Greedy CEO who pretends like he’s self-made,’” Mullin read aloud from a tweet O’Brien posted in June. “‘Just a clown and fraud. Always has been, always will be. Quit the tough guy act in these Senate hearings. You know where to find me. Any place, anytime cowboy.’”

The senator, who is a former MMA fighter, then spoke directly to O’Brien, the general president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.


From: oldmillotNov-14 9:02 PM 
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Oklahoma's arse clown Senator, Markwayne (Ride 'em Cowboy,,YeeHoo!") Mullin, is just a Fascist moron all juiced up on Testosterone. 

He sees himself as a man with a big future. A man of destiny!

But he is just a strutting bully boy with delusions of grandeur! 

He would never have been elected in a halfway fair election. But in Oklahoma any idiot who can land the Republican nomination for Senator has a free ride home, even if the nominee is as stupid as a red cedar fencepost. 



From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostNov-14 9:14 PM 
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 49029.4 in reply to 49029.3 

Saw a photo of him at a debate or something with  a step stool or something to make him look taller.

Big little Man 

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From: oldmillotNov-14 9:29 PM 
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Markwayne was only doing it because Jesus told him to do it. 

"When all you saw was the imprint of a stepstool at the debate, that stepstool was me!" 




From: oldmillotNov-15 2:35 PM 
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Simply living in Oklahoma is often an embarrassment.

Old Millot is a good dog. He never bites people. Arf!

GOP Sen. Markwayne Mullin Says He’s ‘Not Afraid of Biting’ People | HuffPost Latest News

GOP Sen. Markwayne Mullin Says He’s ‘Not Afraid of Biting’ People

“And I don’t care where I bite, by the way,” added the Oklahoma Republican, raising so many questions about what is going on with this U.S. senator.

“I’ll bite 100%,” replied the U.S. senator. “In a fight, I’m going to bite. I’ll do anything. I’m not above it. And I don’t care where I bite, by the way.”

A Mullin spokeswoman did not respond to a request to comment on why a U.S. senator is talking about biting people and if there are any places where he would not bite a person.

Bad dog! Mad dog! Foaming at the mouth Mullin gives mad dogs a bad name! Arf! 

  • Edited November 15, 2023 2:40 pm  by  oldmillot

From: oldmillotNov-16 1:41 AM 
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“What did people want me to do?" Mullin asked. "If I didn’t do that, people in Oklahoma would be pretty upset at me. I’m supposed to represent Oklahoma values.”

“Well, we looked into the rules, and you know, you used to be able to cane,” Mullin said, referring to the infamous 1856 caning of Republican senator Charles Sumner, Mass., over Sumner's anti-slavery views.

"Utter embarrassment": "Pathetic" GOPer runs to Fox News to brag about challenging witness to fight |

Here in Oklahoma, they make a big deal out of the catchphrase "The Oklahoma Standard". The local media make frequent use of the term after every disaster like a tornado or a Federal Building bombing. The term references how Okies supposedly pitch in to help after such tragic events. How Okies go above and beyond the norm showing more concern and commitment than the godless liberal "others". A demonstration of their moral superiority to lazy and dishonorable folks living in "other" States. How "Special" the Okies are! 

In this case, Mullin is only following The Oklahoma Standard.

Oklahoma ranks number one in domestic violence. Lots and lots of wife beating in these parts! 

Oklahoma ranks number one in the percentage of incarcerated men and women within the State prison system. Sinners must pay! 

Number one in unlicensed and uninsured motorists driving on the roads. Nobody tells an Okie "what to do"!

Crazy, ignorant, violent arseholes. That's the Oklahoma Standard! And they're proud of it! 



From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostNov-16 8:36 AM 
To: oldmillot  (8 of 8) 
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Markwayne is a little guy and he has some of that little big guy syndrome.

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