Jesse Bags On Flipper
At an AFL-CIO news site, here’s a report on the group of idiot Democrats who are planning to continue challenging the Ohio election no matter how many recounts prove them wrong, with some details I haven’t seen elsewhere: Five Senators and Eight House Members to Challenge Election
Nearly two hours later, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr., took the stage — the final speaker before the crowd of about 300 activists in orange clothes (as worn in the Ukraine) headed down Pennsylvania Avenue toward the Capitol. Jackson told the crowd - to shouts and cheers, and in some cases tears - that Boxer would be joined by Senators Chris Dodd, Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid, and Barak Obama. From the House, Jackson said, Congressman John Conyers would challenge the Ohio vote, with the support of Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Dennis Kucinich, Jesse Jackson Jr., Maxine Waters (who also spoke at the morning rally), Robert Scott, Mel Watt, and Jerrold Nadler.
Man. Is that an idiotarian roll call or what?
The really good part comes when Jesse Jackson calls out John Kerry for grandstanding in Baghdad:
Senator John Kerry, Jackson said, was in Baghdad. “And we need him here in Washington today. Those who cannot lead today cannot lead in 2006 or 2008. This is the moment of truth!”