GA Republicans Lay Bare Their Selfish Souls

Herewith, IndieDems repeats our post “The Rotted Soul of the Republican Party, cont.” published on October 3 but give it an exclusively Georgia flavor:

Within the scope of a few days recently, Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue, and Representatives Barry Loudermilk and Karen Handel:

–Attempted to pass a health care bill that denies coverage to tens of millions of Americans

–Attacked directly, or approved of attacking, NFL members engaging in the time-honored American practice of staging peaceful protests against a monstrous wrong, the horrendous treatment of blacks at the hands of the police. The Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel approved Republicans’ use of lies and demagoguery to distort the protests as being against the flag and the national anthem.

–Showed a crass indifference to the Puerto Ricans suffering the aftermath of a hurricane

–Supported a tax “reform” bill that is transparently nothing but another massive tax cut for rich Republicans

–Showed total indifference as one Republican after another was shown to be squandering the taxpayers’ money on chartering private aircraft, sometimes for personal travel. Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel stayed silent even as their Georgia Colleague, Cabinet Secretary Tom Price, was shown as the chief offender—so much so that even Trump had to fire him.

Can anybody with an ounce of intelligence fail to see the pattern that this reveals, that shows the true heart and souls of Republicans like Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel? They live every day in wanton contempt for every basic democratic and moral value that defines America. They have thrown overboard common human decency, the 10 Commandments, and the Golden Rule. Their number one goal is to make themselves and other Republicans richer. All else if of lesser value, or of no value at all.

Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel  now openly display toward the average American the attitude: “let them eat cake.” Underlying all this is gross hypocrisy toward all the Christian values they claim to stand for.

Herewith, IndieDems repeats our post from  but give it an exclusively Georgia flavor:

Within the scope of a few days recently, Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue, and Representatives Barry Loudermilk and Karen Handel:

–Attempted to pass a health care bill that denies coverage to tens of millions of Americans

–Attacked directly, or approved of attacking, NFL members engaging in the time-honored American practice of staging peaceful protests against a monstrous wrong, the horrendous treatment of blacks at the hands of the police. The Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel approved Republicans’ use of lies and demagoguery to distort the protests as being against the flag and the national anthem.

–Showed a crass indifference to the Puerto Ricans suffering the aftermath of a hurricane

–Supported a tax “reform” bill that is transparently nothing but another massive tax cut for rich Republicans

–Showed total indifference as one Republican after another was shown to be squandering the taxpayers’ money on chartering private aircraft, sometimes for personal travel. Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel stayed silent even as their Georgia Colleague, Tom Price, was shown as the chief offender—so much so that even Trump had to fire him.

Can anybody with an ounce of intelligence fail to see the pattern that this reveals, that shows the true heart and souls of Republicans like Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel? They live every day in wanton contempt for every basic democratic and moral value that defines America. They have thrown overboard common human decency, the 10 Commandments, and the Golden Rule. Their number one goal is to make themselves and other Republicans richer. All else if of lesser value, or of no value at all.

Isakson, Perdue, Loudermilk, and Handel  now openly display toward the average American the attitude: “let them eat cake.” Underlying all this is gross hypocrisy toward all the Christian values they claim to stand for.

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