Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Talk Show/Fair Tax Author, Neal Boortz, joins GOOOH



"The GOOOH movement seeks to unite Tea Party, conservative, moderate and liberal groups to replace all 435 members of the House of Representatives by selecting citizen candidates independent of special interest money and two-party politics. Many Americans resent the strongarm tactics employed recently to push a Healthcare Bill through the Congress, despite polls showing a majority of Americans do not want the legislation in its current form. Recently, the Abigail Adams Project and Fair Tax Nation have decided to work together with GOOOH to restore representation to the House.

GOOOH get 'em, Neal!


Anonymous said...

If seeking to unite us, Neal Boortz is a bad place to start. He's another poster child for right wing hate, bigotry and sexism. With your first post about GOOOH, I was, for the first time in a long time, hopeful that maybe we could find some common ground. But embracing Boortz? That tears it for me. You guys are just trying to re-brand your nuttiness. For those who haven't listened, here are a few samples:

Boortz complains that "female lawyers" act victimized and are "hideously difficult to deal with"

Boortz welfare rant -- "human parasitic garbage lining up to get their applications to loot”

Boortz again describes New Orleans residents as "parasites”

Boortz on Idol winner: "[T]he more manly looking of the two won;" runner-up "looks like a flamer"

Boortz on Pelosi: "[H]ow fun it is to watch that hag out there twisting in the wind"

Boortz on swine flu: "What better way to sneak a virus into this country than to give it to Mexicans?"

Boortz: Rep. Waters is an "idiot" who "should be cleaning restrooms"

Boortz: "[D]amage Obama and the Dems are doing will surpass" 9-11 terrorist attacks”

Oh, and FYI, many of we lefties are abandoning people like Keith Olbermann in droves. We are starting to see him has the left's Sean Hannity. But it looks like you guys are going to hang on to your divisive media darlings to the bitter end.

Dawn McShuler said...

I'm not seeking to "unite" anyone, Anonymous. I'm seeking a solution that makes sense to me. I like the Fair Tax idea and I love the GOOOH plan for cleaning House.

If you choose to disagree with a terrific idea simply because you don't like some of the other people who see the genius behind it, then that's not an issue with which I (or anyone else, for that matter) can help you.

Please refrain from using labels like "you guys" when referring to me. Unlike the "collective" Sheeple, I am an individual.

Anonymous said...

I didn't say you were seeking to unite anyone, I was taking off on the first line of of the article you posted.

I don't think this is a "genius" idea at all and I don't seek your help. I hold to my point that Boortz is a volatile, divisive figure. Cheering him on makes no sense to me and I'm troubled by it.

Look, if you'd rather I not challenge you on your posts then I'll go away. It's your site. If you want it to just be a rallying place for like minded people, I'll respect that and quit commenting.