A few weeks ago, Tom DeLay joined Rick Scarborough and others for a “Give Me Liberty” event at a church in Florida. While Scarborough used his time on stage to declare that God would be entirely justified for destroying America with a nuclear bomb for its tolerance of homosexuality, DeLay used his time to urge the crowd to “go on the offensive” against the Marxist President Obama by imposing a “revolution for the Constitution” on our political system in order to put Jesus back into our public policy, just as God intended when He wrote the Constitution.
We’ve got to rewrite the federal government,” DeLay proclaimed. “Let’s bring Jesus Christ back into our political system and stand for him unashamedly because none of this is going to happen without God … And secondly, demand a revolution for the Constitution … let’s impose that on our political system, let’s bring it back, the way God intended it and the way God wrote it
Some charlatans never give up.
Advertising executive Jerry Della Femina, whose agency created famous campaigns for Isuzu (with Joe Isuzu), Meow Mix and Absolut Vodka, sold his $25 million East Hampton mansion this year—and claims he only did it because of stinking President Obama. He whined about wealth redistribution in the NY Post yesterday, “I want the proceeds of this sale to go to my kids and my grandkids. I don’t want my money going to Obama, and that’s what’s going to happen in the New Year. That’s why I sold right now, that’s why I wanted to get this done.”
Della Femina bought the beachfront home for $3 million in 1987 and says he put $6 million into renovations. According to the Post, “He estimates he would have had to pay an additional 8.6 percent — for a total capital-gains tax bill of $3.7 million — if he had sold it after Jan. 1.” He said, “I’m basically the loser in Obama’s class warfare. That’s what this boils down to. If Romney was elected, we would have had our parties in East Hampton this year.”