Crazy

[UPDATE]:

The latest is here.

So, this happened:

As the House finished their vote to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling, a House stenographer decided it was a good time to let everyone know her feelings about God, Congress, and the Freemasons.

“He [God] will not be mocked,” the stenographer, apparently named Molly, yelled into the microphone as she was dragged off by security. “The greatest deception here is that this is not one nation under God. It never was. It would not have been. The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons. They go against God. You cannot serve two masters. Praise be to God. Praise be to Jesus.”

You can hear the rant here.

Definitely doesn’t do much to dispel the notion that we are ruled by religious nuts. Apparently the woman was taken for a mental evaluation.

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10 responses to “Crazy

  1. GregH

    Fits right in with the general tenor of things in the House. LOL The Republican state legislatures around the country have followed the plan to produce another “permanent Republican majority” and gerrymandered as many “safe” districts as possible – with the result that we get a bumper crop of wing nuts. This lady should be right at home!

  2. deep

    Can’t we get mental evaluations for the Tea Party caucus? Cuz half of them sound the same way…

  3. She’ll be hosting a 700 Club show by tomorrow.

  4. I don’t know what to think anymore.

  5. I had to go down the VA today for consult with an orthopod. I ride the van in as it beats paying for the ride.

    One of the other people in the van was telling me that “Obama’s IRS” had targeted Tea Party 501(3)c’s and yada, yada, yada. I told him, gently, that he was repeating a lie. He got quiet, after that,

    I don’t know if he was convinced of the error of his statement or if he was just thinkin, “Why do they give ME information, instead of just sound bites!”.

  6. In the Cephalopod Book of Etiquette, it is considered bad form, bad manners, and Bad Karma to rejoice in excess after a contest is over. Bad winners do not make good losers. So I shall not gloat.

    I shall not gloat.

    I.shall.not.gloat, period (!)

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    • Joseph Stans

      It is good you kept your urge to gloat under control I’m still gloating and giggling. OH the snark potential! Alas. I am weak.

  7. Anniemouse

    I wonder if the stress of this stupid situation is pushing people who were barely holding it together, over the edge. The Teajadis are really destroying our country in so many ways.

  8. Maybe she just cracked under the pressure. I mean, look at the Washington Press Corps, they’ve gone totally loopy from taking Republican stenography too.