Hank Johnson comes out firmly against the use of the word ‘midget.’

See how it takes for you to break down in hysterical laughter: Allahpundit lasted three minutes. I broke down at about 1:56, but then I had a glass of wine earlier.  Take it away, Hank Johnson:

To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, you would need to have to have a heart of stone not to laugh at that performance. And the hell of it is? …He’s still better than Cynthia McKinney.

Moe Lane

PS: I assume that at some point somebody will come to try to give me a Stern Lecture on this post. I suggest that such people worry more about how they’re going to get rid of their new paladin, instead. Personally, it’s my cherished belief that if you have Hank Johnson coming out to defend your particular interest group then something has gone terribly wrong for you, somewhere, somehow.

The fascinating thing about Hank Johnson…

…is that he’s still a better option than Cynthia McKinney*.

Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) says, “corporations control the patterns of thinking” in the United States and that the Bill of Rights to the Constitution should be amended so that the government is given the power to restrict freedom of speech.

“We need a constitutional amendment to allow the legislature to control the so-called free speech rights of corporations,” said Johnson.


Moe Lane

*Even Google knows.

Meet Liz Carter (R CAND, GA-04).

I used my shiny new audio rig to record an interview with Liz Carter, who is the front-runner for the Republican nomination in GA-04 (which means that she’d be running against Hank “Guam” Johnson). She’s in it to win it:

Liz is running on an accountability platform, and is supportive of the local Tea Party: her website is here. Nice person to talk to. Check her out.

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.