Posting this on Page One, as well.
Yes, you already know that Brave Patriot Marilyn Parker is about as psychotic as your average street preacher.
If you don’t, here’s a taste of her lunacy:
See? More than a little extreme.
Welp, here’s a look at the lunatic fringe conspiracy theory Miss Patriotic Hot Mess is promoting on the internets:
She linked to this story.
Yup. Blaming the Tucson mess on Obama.
The kind of teabagger behavior that gives teabaggers a bad name. But it gets worse. She sent out this bit about Louisville’s new mayor on behalf of the Louisville TEA Party/Frank Simon Corporation yesterday:
(Let’s just pray that Louisville will not end up with a “food consumption act” promoted by its new liberal diversity driven mayor.)
The third prong in Mayor Fisher’s plan for Louisville is to make Louisville a more compassionate city. In Liberal translation, this means more social engineering, more entitlements, higher taxes, increased deficits, and the preclusion of Louisville to be an even bigger sanctuary city for illegal citizens and the homeless than it already is.
Lastly, all the mayoral liberal speak about Louisville being a city of diversity is appropriate for a large metropolitan city, as long as the diverse understand economic principles, and the diversity occurs naturally, through the will of the people, instead of being socially engineered by public officials at the expense of the tax payer.
This email was brought to you by Marilyn Parker TEA officer. The view expressed in the Fischer commentary is mine alone. Future email distributions will bring you input from varying board members from our very DIVERSE conservative group that is held together by the common thread of Freedom, constitutionally limited government, and fiscal responsibility.
Louisville TEA Party
I’m waiting for someone to ask Brave Patriot Marilyn Parker to explain what a deficit is. Or explain why she used illegal immigrants during the construction of her massive East End home. Maybe ask her what she’s got against the homeless.
Moral of the story: Someone needs to take the crazy sauce away from her. She’s not a real life tea party member. She’s a teabagger of the Frank Simon variety, focused solely on complaining about the browns, the gays, the poors and anyone who says something she can’t comprehend.