Cynicism Defined

Representative John Shadegg (R–AZ) shamelessly uses someone’s baby as a prop during the healthcare debate in Congress this past weekend.

Word is that “Maddy” also wants Target gift cards for her 2nd birthday…

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10 responses to “Cynicism Defined

  1. It’s a conservative thing you know – silly props, silly views and silly bloggers.

  2. sassy

    One of those people needs a diaper change and it’s not Maddy.

  3. CWTF

    It’s a conservative thing you know – silly props, silly views and silly bloggers.
    That explain WK and Barney then…

  4. CWTF

    It’s a conservative thing you know – silly props, silly views and silly bloggers.
    *explains*

  5. CWTF – get off it. Haven’t you been watching the nonsense going on in the US?

    silly bloggers – BT’s of course.

  6. Man, I hope he didn’t just grab that child randomly off the street.

    “Want some candy?…”

  7. Best part of the video: “I wish this was my grand-daughter…”

    Huh?

    So apparently, this was some kid “borrowed” for Shadegg’s bit of Congressional stagecraft.

  8. Navvy

    Apparently it belongs to one of his staffers. Ironically, it was probably born using congress’s government run healthcare.

  9. Bowler

    What a scumbag…

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