Friday, December 18, 2009

What "New" Democrats think of the birth of Christ

While we celebrate the birth of Christ and the brotherhood of mankind by wishing all Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah/holidays. This is what I received in the mail (I suspect) as a response to the video merry Christmas card I sent out to everyone.


The person in the card is Lonnie "Skippy" Cauthorn Jr. The Democrat majority leaders (Gary Odem's) chief of staff. Gary is the Tennessee version of Nancy Pelosi. Surrounding himself with like minded people I see.

Classy.

Well, I guess this makes it perfectly clear who has the liberal wing of the Democrat party's attention and who they fear the most. If you would like to help the cause in fighting against such people being in power, then click the yellow button on the left side of this blog and let your heart be your guide.

19 comments:

  1. I do find this vulgar, context please.

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  2. While it's obvious that this man gave "the bird" to SOMEONE with a camera at SOME point in time, I find it very hard to believe that he added the text and mailed or e-mailed this to you or anyone else. Nice try.

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  3. If he is innocent then why no public denial or comment from Odem or "Skippy"?

    Who took the picture? He should easily be able to say that and put the weight on that persons shoulders.

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  4. Guilty until proven innocent, Stacy? Nice.

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  5. I never said he sent it. Read the post.

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  6. I think you may have jumped the gun a bit...it would seem obvious to anyone that this was not sent by him simply out of respect for the job he does...and he has made comment denying he did it...by the way, Democrats does not have two 'Os'.

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  7. The guy looks like he's been imbibing a bit much. And with that bowl haircut, he's a shoe-in for Dork-of-the-Year.

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  8. Is this supposed to be funny? The photo is the photos, but linking it to the birth of Christ? Come on now.

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  9. I was referring to your comment from 11:02 am:

    "If he is innocent then why no public denial or comment from Odem or "Skippy"?

    Who took the picture? He should easily be able to say that and put the weight on that persons shoulders."

    But while we're on the subject of your blog post, can we also focus on the title? "What "New" Demoocrats think of the birth of Christ." Really? Isn't that bearing false witness?

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  10. Agreed- with Seh3e3-

    "seh3e3 said...
    While it's obvious that this man gave "the bird" to SOMEONE with a camera at SOME point in time, I find it very hard to believe that he added the text and mailed or e-mailed this to you or anyone else. Nice try."

    No one in their right mind would send this out. This will backfire on you- because not only do I now not think that he did it, I think you made it up. :/

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  11. looks like there is a public denial now. want to revise your remarks???

    http://www.tennessean.com/article/20091221/NEWS02/91221010/Aide+to+top+TN+Democrat+denies+sending+obscene+Christmas+card+

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  12. Rep: There is nothing to revise. This is nothing new here, but to illuminates that component of the TN State Democratic Party leadership who have overstayed their welcome.

    if this guy is going to stick his finger in front of a camera like that, then spare us the coy act when someone misses the humor in it.

    Perhaps he needs some of that sensitivity training ?

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  13. Try to keep up...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0IJkD0znCQ

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  14. Well of course he's going to deny that it was sent -- now that the joke has fallen flat. I'm sure he or someone thought it was quite clever to send out to Republicans, but now that the you-know-what has hit the fan everyone is denying any and all knowledge of the card.

    And if he really is innocent, he should be rooting out the culprit. Instead, his lame denial sounds more like OJ who says he's out searching for the REAL killer.

    And who poses like this anyway? He obviously wasn't in high school when this photo was taken. I'm in my 30s and have never posed for a photo like this (making an obscene gesture).

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  15. David,

    That wasn't him. He denied it. He doesn't even recall when it was taken but it must have been years ago. Who would send that out?

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  16. Typo in the headline.

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  17. I agree with David. Skippy and Odom are no better than George Bush.

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