Friday, August 9, 2013

Racists Entrenched in the GOP

Comparing illegal immigrants to Satan, Steven Kreiser, assistant deputy secretary at Wisconsin's DOT (a Scott Walker appointee)  has been fired from his job.  This is less about his bigoted rants than it is about damage control by Scott Walker.  You see, in the GOP, you must think the way Kreiser thinks, but you mustn't verbally express it.

Kreiser further wrote that a "stream of wretched criminals" is crossing the border without obstruction and they "completely ruined" entire states and industries.  Well who would know better about criminals and ruined states than a Scott Walker appointee.

My point, here, is that this person, appointed to a $96,628 position with the Department of Transportation, has the moronic sensibility of a gnat.  He is even more ignorant than our un-illustrious governor.  Why are these people in public office?  How did this country fall into a state of complete intolerance and blatant hatred for all things non-white and non-Christian?

Is the GOP the party of hate?  It certainly seems so.  Scott Walker is so busy handing out high-paying appointments based on political connectedness that he can't see the crooks for the pay-offs.  Scott Walker is as small-minded as Krieser, he just hides it better.  Perhaps Krieser will have to cross the border into Mexico to find a job to support his family.  I hear the big drug cartel down there is looking for new members.  I'm sure they would love to welcome someone as bigoted and full of hatred as Mr. Krieser. 

The big issue here, though, is not that Krieser is a bigoted racist, it's that he got appointed in the first place.  Yet another example of Scott Walker being incapable of homework.

1 comment:

AlexisAR said...

It's always a nice touch to mention the rev. Doc. M.L. King t tea party rallies.

I would've loved to be a fly on the wall at the firing session. 'uh, Krieser, ya know I think just like ya and all, but people get funny ideas if we say what's true and what we really think, even at a teabag rally. So you're gonnna have to take one for the team. I still agree with you, but not in public."