Fictional Fiscal Conservatives

That’s the term from this Addicting Info piece that should be made to stick to, well, you know…

A Tennessee Republican has quit his job after he flipped out on a reporter who wanted to know why he was spending taxpayer money on lavish treats for himself.

[T]he reporter asked about a large picture frame that was bought with the county credit card:

“Can you explain the picture frame that was $614?”

This is when the Republican got really pissed off and responded by calling her a vulgar name:

“That’s it. That’s exactly the b*tch I thought you would be.”


‘Smaller government’ always means: ‘bigger government controlled by conservatives that screws real people even more than they thought possible’


‘Fiscal conservatism’ always means: ‘conservatives spending taxpayers’ money on themselves and their families while letting real people starve’


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Syd Barrett and Richard Wright could not be reached for comment.

I would be interested to hear what Roger Waters might have to say if he is reached for comment.