Help defeat Joe Wilson

Rob Miller is running against Republican Joe Wilson, the Congressman/heckler who yelled “you lie” at Obama on international TV. If you’d like to see Rep. Wilson get defeated by Rob Miller in 2010, the consider donating to Rob Miller via ActBlue. As I write this, Rob Miller has raised just over $300,000 through ActBlue.

I donated, and I hope you will too.


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13 thoughts on “Help defeat Joe Wilson

  1. South Carolina has a long list of dignitaries that includes Lauren Caitlin Upton (Miss Teen USA 2007 pageant contestant), Board of Education Chair, Kristin Maguire, Governor (and avid Appalachian hiker), Mark Sanford and now Joe “the hater not a debater” Wilson or the “screamer not the dreamer” as others have dubbed him. I did enjoy him cut and running through his apology, which only goes to show that he stands for nothing. He is just another good old boy where in the morning these married men preach to you that there should be prayer in our schools and in the evening they are on their cell phones setting up a date with their other women on the side, hypocrisy has been bred in. I am not surprised that he felt compel to yell like he was at some Friday night game. So long Joey, you too will be seeing the unemployment lines.

  2. I donated as well…to Wilson. I don’t care if he did apologize. I would not have done what he did, but regardless of what I would have done, it was awesome. Did you see Stretch Pelosi’s face? Hahahahaha!

    Obama and his administration of Chicago political thugs do not know how to handle this because no one has ever told them no or called them out. I think it’s time for conservatives to start fighting like the liberals. Liberals don’t stop until they put one of ours in the morgue (Sarah Palin comes to mind). Time to do the same to you guys. We’re going to put a few of yours in the morgue in 2010. That’s the Chicago way!

    1. Just like a whole bunch of Democrats did what in 2005? I don’t recall ever hearing any Democrats interrupt one of GWB’s presidential addresses and call him a liar.

  3. How about the whole lot booing him…. It’s no different Zach, even though you would like to think it’s different, it’s not. Both were disrespectful but it happened and the left needs to admit it and move on.

    1. Ric, it is different. It’s worse when an entire party boos a president who is presenting the problems rather than one person who dares to call out Obama for spreading misinformation. It’s the usual double standard that the left refuses to acknowledge.

  4. So, let me get this straight; candidate Rob Miller is using Congressman Joe Wilson’s Right to Free Speech, as a rallying-cry to raise campaign funds? Is that right?

  5. So, let me get this straight; candidate Rob Miller is using Congressman Joe Wilson’s Right to Free Speech, as a rally-cry to raise campaign funds? Is that right?

  6. Wow! Cameron is a little scary and sadly very representative of how polarized this country seems to have become. Free speech is wonderful but let’s not forget that common courtesy is also a good thing.

  7. Some call Joe Wilson a great statesman, and are even proud of his “Shout Out”, so lets see, he says, he was told by the Republican leadership to apologize (he did not realize the magnitude of his mistake), he then gives his weak “not for reals” apology, but then goes on to those “Commentator Talk Shows” and basically says he real was not wrong and plays the victim card and calls for people to send in for money to support him for re-election. Had he kept quiet after his apology, that might have been the end of it but now that people know he lied about the apology the story will continue, until he is out of a job and the funny thing is, he does not see it coming. This summer has been rough for his beleaguered political party. At least he did not end up on the “Republican 2009 Summer of Love” list: Assemblyman, Michael D. Duvall (CA), Senator John Ensign (NV), Senator Paul Stanley (TN), Governor Mark Stanford (SC), Board of Ed Chair, and Kristin Maguire AKA Bridget Keeney (SC). In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right (people who love to push their beliefs on others while trying to take away the rights of those they just hate) and that’s who they need to extract from their party if they real want to win. Good Luck, because as they said in WACO, “We Ain’t Coming Out”. The bithers, the teabaggers, the screamers, and the deathers continued extreme minority presence will become tiresome to mainstream America, if it has not already done so.

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