JIM BUNNING TOO STUPID TO FEEL SHAME

JIM BUNNING

Kentucky Senator and Hall of  Fame former Major League pitcher Jim Bunning spent all of last night cutting off extended unemployment benefits to everybody in America. Then he took to the Senate floor to WHINE about how doing so had caused him to miss that night’s Kentucky/South Carolina basketball game.

Bunning is singlehandedly causing 1.1 million Americans to be cut off from their unemployment benefits within days. Another 5 million will lose their unemployment by June unless legislation is passed.

Watch for yourself:

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2 Responses to “JIM BUNNING TOO STUPID TO FEEL SHAME”

  1. oscar091 Says:

    While deciding on the fate of many unemployed… He responds tough sh_t to a plea from a colleague?? He complains about missing a basketball game?? But,
    he proudly displays on his web-site that he belongs to:
    St. Therese Catholic Church in Southgate, Kentucky: Perhaps his faith can reach him: St. Therese Catholic Church
    11 Temple Place
    Southgate, Kentucky 41071

    phone: 859-441-1654 secretary’s e-mail: haast:sainttherese.ws

    Perhaps a phone call to the church or an e-mail requesting intervention, might soften this man’s heart.

  2. bittenbyazebra Says:

    I feel the same way, Oscar!

    I just posted what I did to start applying pressure to this jerk from all ends. Don’t know if it will work but if you can help out, that would be great! Here’s the direct link to my blog post:

    http://whatupgod.info/post/420598390/did-bunning-go-to-church-on-sunday-i-think-not

    Thanks so much!

    Bob

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