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‘Gentleman’ Jim Moran Appreciates Him Some Real Nice Assets

Posted on | November 17, 2011 | 14 Comments

by Smitty

Via email from Patrick Murray, Peter Schweizer drops the dime on ‘Gentleman’ Jim, the large-looming lickspittle at 3:10







This helps explain the following, seemingly innocuous remark by ‘Gentleman’ Jim from just last month:

You can’t acquire financial security through earned income today; the only way you do it is by having an appreciating asset.

Oh, Mr. Moran, you utter and complete piece of work. I am confident you have some Olympic-grade mental gymnastics whereby you feel you are somehow justified in being such a disgusting thief. Just retire, you sorry man. Go somewhere, drain the swamp that is your soul, beg the Almighty for forgiveness, and devote your life to penance. For, while this is a rather large cockroach in your career, as with PMA, we sort of infer with confidence that it’s no more than the tip of a Michael Moore-sized iceberg.
Read Schweizer’s book, and support Patrick Murray’s effort to emancipate Virginia in particular, and the United States in general, from this foul, disgusting creature. The honest citizens of Virginia’s 8th Congressional District need to band together against ‘Gentleman’ Jim and his pack of sycophants (who, doubtless, get their cut of the plunder) that have held Northern Virginia in an evil grip for the last couple of decades.

Update: see also Paco for other NOVA news.

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14 Responses to “‘Gentleman’ Jim Moran Appreciates Him Some Real Nice Assets”

  1. just a conservative girl
    November 17th, 2011 @ 10:33 am

    I don’t understand why you keep putting yourself through this.  You know that he will leave congress when he wants or when he is dead.  Which ever comes first.  THE REAL TOOLS ARE THE PEOPLE IN ARLINGTON THAT KEEP VOTING FOR THIS FREAK.  I heard it over and over when I did phone banking for Murray last year.  They don’t like Moron and they too think he is a Moron, but they vote for him anyway.  

  2. just a conservative girl
    November 17th, 2011 @ 10:34 am

    Wait, had Murray filed to run again next year?  Good for him.  He is a nice man who would do us proud.  

  3. smitty
    November 17th, 2011 @ 10:46 am

    As an American living in Washington’s back yard, I have every duty to struggle against Moran as Washington struggled against George III, and for the same sort of reasons.

  4. smitty
    November 17th, 2011 @ 10:46 am

    Why, yes: yes, he did. And we’ll support Murray to the hilt again.

  5. DaveO
    November 17th, 2011 @ 11:17 am

    The only way you’re stopping Moron is to stop his election-day payouts. Or move to Winchester.

  6. ltw
    November 17th, 2011 @ 11:28 am

    AKA Trader Jim…

  7. Anonymous
    November 17th, 2011 @ 12:42 pm

    “Michael Moore-sized iceberg”

    Imagine the Titanic rebounding off of one of those.


  8. Anonymous
    November 17th, 2011 @ 12:45 pm

    Same with the Dingell dynasty in Michigan.

    76 years of Dingell, father and son.

  9. Adjoran
    November 17th, 2011 @ 3:32 pm

    Many of us warned about this 30 years ago.  The federal government was growing so fast they were spilling out further into Maryland and Virginia, not just in the communities around the Beltway.  It was a sign that not only was the government too big, but that its workers would take over the environs, voting for those who promised more more more for federal employees.

    Today, Fredericksburg is full of people who commute to work for the federal government in DC.  That once quiet and historic little burg didn’t grow because of Mary Washington or any other reason than federal employees looking for cheaper housing in the boom times.

    Any sane person understands the only way our government digs its way out of the huge financial hole dug with bipartisan efforts over the last 20 years, but made critical by the Pelosi-Reid-Obama crazy spending, is to cut whole branches and lay off federal workers by the tens, perhaps hundreds of thousands.  So whoever advocates fiscal sanity is instantly the sworn enemy of the overpaid, coddled federal workers.

    Even a completely corrupt and evil man like Moran is their hero, because he will fight to let the whole country go down the toilet before he will allow a single federal worker to be inconvenienced in any way.

  10. just a conservative girl
    November 17th, 2011 @ 4:12 pm

    You are correct that we have a large population of federal workers here.  But many are not and are just as dedicated to keeping Moran in office.  Not so much because they like him or even think he is a good legislator; they will just cut off a body part before voting for a republican.  The only way Moran will lose is to an independent.  But since they can’t the proper financing it won’t happen.  I lived in Arlington very briefly, and I will never go back.  

  11. just a conservative girl
    November 17th, 2011 @ 4:13 pm

    Just tell me where and when and I will show up.  You have to do what you can do to get rid of these usurpers of our rights and our tax dollars.

  12. ThePaganTemple
    November 17th, 2011 @ 9:56 pm

    Don’t ever give up, Smitty. If Zilla can get rid of a sitting Congressman, you can contribute to getting rid of Moran.

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