Democrat Congressman Says He's Sick of Reading the Constitution


McDermott’s official title is POS

Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) is tired of reading the Constitution and “all the silly things” the House of Representatives have been doing this year, like trying to cut spending.
I guess McDermott doesn’t care (or even know) that it is due to precisely the Constitution that he was elected and now collecting a handsome salary and benefits, and will be collecting a handsome pension when the voters of Washington state’s 7th district finally acquire enough sense to kick this POS out.
Born in Chicago, the 21-year Congressman has consistently received strong support from his district, taking 83% of the popular vote in 2010, easily winning against independent challenger Bob Jeffers-Schroder. No Republican filed to contest the election in a year where Republicans picked up 63 seats and control of the House of Representatives for the first time since 2006. Before going to Congress, McDermott was in Washington’s State Assembly and Senate for 13 years. [Wiki]
I am sick and tired of not only Demonrat politicians like McDermott, but even more of Americans who keep voting for excrement like him. He’s 74 years old. Way past time to put him out to pasture!

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Of all the leftwing socialists in Washington state, he’s the most radical. He’s a psychiatrist by education, although I don’t think he’s ever pursued it professionally. He was in the state legislature back in the 1970s, ran once for governor, and has been successively re-elected to Congress for what seems like eons. A horrible, horrible godless SOB!


Doesn’t surprise me that “Baghdad” Jimmy McDummass is sick of this nation’s founding document.
He is a flaming (as in you-know-what on fire) commie, and hates this country and everything it stands for.


Whatever happened to civility or is that just a one article issue? Whatever happened to respecting an American veteran in public discourse?