Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Oh My: Budding Comedy Writer Steve Driehaus (D-OH) Says He's a 'Fiscal Conservative'

Can't... Breathe... Laughing... Hold... Hold... On... Must... Catch... Breath...

Wow. I think I just wrenched my clavicle. Okay.

Sorry about that. Just watched... this commercial:

In which Nancy Pelosi's cabana boy and erstwhile 'Blue Dog' Democrat Steve Driehaus (OH-1) claims to be a fiscal conservative. Seriously. After he voted for the:

• Cap-and-Trade Energy Tax
• The $787 $860 billion 'Stimulus' Bill
• The half-a-trillion dollar Omnibus Spending Bill
• ObamaCare Socialized Medicine
• The 'Financial Reform' Boondoggle That Didn't Touch Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac

And who certainly didn't read any of these massive, oppressive bills. Driehaus barely won his Congressional seat in 2008 in a very conservative district. He was also one of the so-called pro-life Stupak Democrats who caved for an empty promise by the most radical pro-abortion President in American history.

Now Driehaus won't even mention his party. And I don't blame him.

But everyone knows Driehaus is a Democrat. And calling Driehaus a fiscal conservative is somewhat akin to President Axelrod running this kind of campaign in 2012:

Expect it. But everyone knows now that there are no moderate Democrats. At least not since the hard left Soros Marxists took over the party.

So please send a few bucks over to Conservative Republican Steve Chabot. He's a former Congressman, running against Steve "Pelosi's Cabana Boy" Driehaus, and who actually is who he says he is. Which would be a refreshing change from the modern National Social Democrat Party.


Anonymous said...


I know voting is private but knowing what you know today, do you think you would have voted differently in the 2008 primary?

How could we have done things differently then to save ourselves today?

directorblue said...

Pre-Tea Party, I'm not sure. But the bottom line is that Democrats always lie about who they really are. In 2007 and 2008 I tried to warn as many people as I could about Obama.

Now we need to turn back the Red tide before it's too late.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Limbaugh's Chaos should have been pushed more.

Survey: Any one pull a D or did you all vote in 2008 as R's?