Archive for Rep. John Shadegg

VIDEO: Rep. Shadegg admits health care reform's public option creates competition

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By GottaLaff

Rep. Shadegg:


"The for profit insurance industry did not want a public option 'cause they don't like competition."

So Shadegg proves that the GOP knows they are lying.

Oops.

H/t: Tiggrr1

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Rep. John Shadegg (R-Arizona) to retire

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By GottaLaff

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Yeah, there's a flood-- a flood I tells ya!-- of Democrats jumping ship:

Rep. John Shadegg (R-Ariz.), who briefly announced his retirement last cycle but then opted to seek another term, will not run for reelection in 2010, a GOP source confirms.

Shadegg becomes the third Republican to announce his retirement in recent weeks. He joins Reps. Henry Brown (S.C.) and George Radanovich (Calif.).

I'm sure his family will love spending more time with him.

Now the Rushpublics will have to find someone else who's willing to use a baby as a prop to score political points:

His statement, in part, here.

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VIDEO: Shadegg Uses Baby as Prop During Health Care Debate

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By GottaLaff

I wanted to "spit up", and wished Maddy had.

Yes, John Shadegg actually used an innocent infant as a prop, spoke baby talk, and provided us with nothing more than what was most likely in Maddy's diaper at the time. And for this, he got applause.

The collective (im)maturity of the Rushpublic side of the aisle doesn't come close to measuring up to Maddy's level of sophistication.

How utterly humiliating.

Afterthought: Did the Rushpublics start up a new recession era business... Loaner babies?

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