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Vengeful God, Iowa Rep. Steve King, Will Smite Every Bill Obama Ever Signed Into Law

Steve King (R-His Own Sphincter)Oh hi Steve King (R-His Own Sphincter), what paranoid delusional BS are you blabbing about today? You will remember Steve King as the gentleman who advocated for the legality of animal cruelty because of the theoretical legality of a VERY detailed scenario (fantasy?) involving abducting a 13 year old girl from a swing set, raping her, taking her across state lines to give her an abortion to “hide the evidence,” transporting her back across state lines, and depositing her safely back at the swing set from whence she had been abducted. Now he has used his slippery grasp on “law” to consider the introduction of an amendment that would repeal everything Obama has signed into law. Everything! This is just retaliation for Obama being insufficiently cruel to undocumented immigrants who were brought to this country as children:

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), an outspoken critic of just about everything President Obama supports, is considering introducing a bill that would repeal everything Obama has signed into law.

 King put forward this suggestion to an Iowa audience on Tuesday, when he also reiterated his threat to sue the Obama administration for its June decision not to deport younger illegal immigrants. Under that policy change, illegal immigrants who are in school or have served in the military would get a two-year deferral from deportation. […]

The Messenger reported that King said his lawsuit would likely be filed before Labor Day. “He has prosecutorial discretion, but he does not have the ability to grant blanket amnesty to entire classes of people,” he said.

Well, he does if the “classes of people” include banks and oil companies, DUH, seeing as those are a type of people too, my friend. Anyway, awesome bill to repeal every other bill signed into law in the last four years, Congressman! Seems legit.

[The Hill]

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  1. OneYieldRegular

    Steve King is Obama's greatest fundraiser. Every time King opens his mouth, I send money to the Obama campaign.

  2. ChillBill

    "Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), an outspoken critic of just about everything President Obama supports, is considering introducing a bill that would repeal everything Obama has signed into law."

    Utter brilliance! The rest of the Republitards must be kicking themselves in the ass for not thinking of this one before.

  3. actor212

    Hey Steve! Rape any girls lately?

    Oh go on! You know you want to and you know you'll get away with it…besides, it's legal, according to you.

        1. Mumbletypeg

          He frisks his huntin' dogs before he makes the call if they're good enough for the chase. That's what KBJ wrote, it was the frisky part that did it for me, just took it a little far.. But yeah, King's words also.

  4. elviouslyqueer

    With apologies to total stinky assholes everywhere, you, Rep. King, are a total stinky asshole.

  5. fartknocker

    Keep fucking that chicken Steven and I'll bet $10 that bill won't get out of the Committee.

  6. noodlesalad

    Steve King wants to sue Obama for NOT deporting veterans. Next thing he'll sue Obama for breathing out carbon dioxide. These fucking people.

  7. SmutBoffin

    Would someone give this guy a cool drink and a seat in the shade somewhere? He really doesn't seem ok.

  8. SorosBot

    I fail to see where King has any standing to bring that lawsuit; you see, to sue to block a legal change like this you have to show that you, personally, either have been or stand to be harmed by the implementation of the law you're suing over.

    1. MissTaken

      He could sue using the totally legit evidence of that guy that women and blacks were given the right to vote, but no hold office, so all their laws are invalid. I'm sure a judge would find that totally worth the court's time.

      1. SorosBot

        Oh god, that guy was great; truly one of the craziest of the many nutcases profiled here on Wonkette.

  9. SexySmurf

    considering introducing a bill that would repeal everything Obama has signed into law.

    But if Obama signs it into law it would automatically repeal itself meaning everything else he signed into law would still be law.

    Looks like King has just been hoisted by his own retard.

  10. Wilcoxyz

    It's just like that time Reagan outlawed Russia. Steve's got it right: Think big, people. Don't hassle the little stuff.

  11. SheriffRoscoe

    This is just a lot of red meat for the crowd. Apparently it's tainted with the stuff that causes your brain to go spongy.

  12. rickmaci

    Rep. Steve King (R-Iowacky), needs to see his Dr. stat, about increasing the doses on his medication. We taxpayers put out good money to make sure Steve and his ilk have the world class medical care the rest of us lack (and that he wants to deny us) so it's a real slap in the face that he is obviously not using the mental health coverage.

  13. noodlesalad

    Since Obama was in office, only one bill that Steve King sponsored did not die in committee, the noble H.Res. 298 (111th congress): "Congratulating the on-premise sign industry for its contributions to the success of small businesses," which begins with the thrilling text:

    "Whereas safe, creative, and effective on-premise signage has served as a primary catalyst to successful small businesses in America since the establishment of the Nation;"

    This was the MOST effective thing Steve King did in Congress in four years (with two of those in the majority party). And he wants Obama to veto it, apparently. Read the signs, Steve. You're a useless hack and an asshole to boot.

    1. finallyhappy

      Stephen King isn't scary at all- he's pretty humorous- aside from the books he usually writes. Steve King is a mental case who I would say is about to do himself(preferably) or someone else physical harm

    2. Cheburashka64

      One is a master of horror, capable of effortlessly transporting you into dark, twisted worlds created in his mind. The other, of course, has sold a lot of books.

  14. Mahousu

    I'm introducing a bill that will repeal Steve King.

    I'm not sure what that means exactly, but am willing to give it a try and find out.

  15. SayItWithWookies

    Wait a minute — why does Steve King want Osama bin Laden to come back to life? Is someone calling the president a Muslim terrorist to distract attention from his own Muslim terrorist proclivities? It bears looking into at least.

  16. BarackMyWorld

    Wouldn't such a (blatantly unconstitutional in scope) bill also repeal any military budgets this administration approved?


  17. MacRaith

    You know, there's another guy named Steve King who makes up crazy stuff all the time too. The difference is that the other King – comes from Maine, I think – is smart enough that he doesn't actually believe the crazy stuff that he makes up. And lots of people find his stuff pretty entertaining, unlike the one from Iowa.

  18. pinkocommi

    If Rep. King were any crazier or more hateful I'd be scared he might start shooting up movie theaters and Sikh temples.

    1. SorosBot

      And sadly, the presence of Joe Walsh and Michele Bachmann mean that he might not be the craziest or most hateful member of Congress.

      1. MissTaken

        Congress has some damn good healthcare, you'd think they could get some psychiatric help on occasion.

  19. Pragmatist2

    Wow! There goes the Bush tax cut extension! Gone!
    There goes the appropriation for Steve King's salary! Kaput!
    Every agricultural extension office in Iowa! Nixed!
    A Bold and Thoughtful man, that Steve King.

  20. MissTaken

    Will this make it illegal to transport a 13 yo rape victim across state lines for an abortion followed up with a dropoff at the swingset? Because that may hinder my weekend plans.

  21. cheetojeebus

    There are nematodes often found in dog shit with more charm and intelligence than this bag of effluent.

  22. Mumbletypeg

    I'd be happy to see this cunt ridden out of office, if indicators are what they seem, locally. He's better off fading out in a miasma of his own ignominy, the same kind as he continually projects on the people whom he enjoys wagging all his impotent chagrin at.

  23. arihaya

    What's the difference between Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama?

    One of them made a quarter of the country want to give him blowjob, and the other is of course, Bill Clinton

  24. calliecallie

    Mind-boggling. I can't even think of anything snarky to say, this is so fucking stupid. If I were from his district, I would hang my head in shame…

  25. Chet Kincaid_

    Perhaps if Steve King got all the Fundies to pray real hard, Jesus would fly around the world fast enough to reverse time to October 2008. Then we could do all of this over again, exactly the same way.

  26. TribecaMike

    Why stop there, Steve? The national anthem could use a rewrite, and what would be better than your name repeated over and over for thirty or forty stanzas? Shoot, make it a thousand stanzas! Why not rename hamburgers King Patties? And why should zucchini be zucchini when they can be Stevehini? Oh wait, have a slice of Kingizza! It's on me! You've earned it, Steve King!

  27. ttommyunger

    One can only imagine how shrill and hysterical this nutjob's rants will get as it becomes more and more obvious that Barry is going to hand Mittens his pasty white ass.

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