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Today’s “Humanitarian” Award Winner is Rep. Eric Cantor

Congratulations to….
Rep. Eric Cantor
Today’s Humanitarian” Award Winner
In addition to being one of America’s most infamous, I’m sorry I mean famous right-wing fiscal conservatives, Eric is also one of its most recognized Humanitarians.
In Nov 2000, Eric succeeded in duping the voters into electing him to the 7th Congressional district in Virginia. Therefore, Eric was a congressman during the eight-years George W. was president.
In an ongoing effort to further establish his bona fides as a staunch fiscal conservative, Eric recently demanded that no federal funds be spent for disaster relief involving Hurricane Irene unless those costs are first offset by spending cuts elsewhere. Goshes and Gollies and Gee Whillickers, since Virginia was one of the states devasted by Irene, this means Eric the Humanitarian is basically telling his constituents to kiss his Whatchmakallit.
Of course Eric the Humanitarian didn’t make these same types of demands while George W. was president. Contrary to liberal commentary, this doesn’t mean that Eric is also a Hypocrite. After all there’s a significant difference between George W. and Obama, as evidenced by the following:
  1. We knows W was born in the U. S. of A
  2. We knows W loves his country
  3. We’re positive that W wasn’t a closet Islamist
  4. And finally, we know W is a Christian
Hopefully that will put to rest any untoward comments that Eric the Humanitarian is a Hypocrite.
FYI: Eric the Humanitarian received his law license after graduating from William & Mary Law School in 1988. This clearly explains why he has trouble speaking the truth. Obviously, when his lips are moving y’all should be suspicious, right?
Congrats Eric; keep up the good work! We should let everyone know of your amazing record as an accomplished Humanitarian; you are far too humble.
The Dawg~
Folsom, California

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