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Okay, so the Shorts-In-A-Wad wing of the Evangelical Right™ is all up in arms over a Pete Sessions fund-raiser.

A political party hosted by Rep. Pete Sessions at a Las Vegas adult club has jaws dropping.
The event, in March 2007 at a club called Forty Deuce, raised money for the Dallas Republican’s political action committee, People for Enterprise Trade and Economic Growth.
Aides to Mr. Sessions, a self-described conservative, and others said the act was a mild burlesque show, but some conservative activists were aghast that the event was held at an adult club.
“What’s the difference?” asked Cathie Adams, president of the Texas Eagle Forum. “I don’t think that it’s representative of the constituents of the district. I’m in shock.”

(Gasp, ARRRRRRRGH~!!!!!!1!!!ONE1!)

Oh.  Puh.  Leeeeeeeeeeze.

Okay, all you in the Holier-Than-Thou Club™, front & center.

Listen up.  There are some things you need to take into consideration here:

Now< I will readily grant you that Our Man Pete™ probably  could have picked a better place to hold a fund-raiser.  Probably.  Having said that…

1) The thing was damned near 18 effin’ months ago, for fuck’s sake!  The damned thing has been freakin’ public knowledge  for about that long.  Meaning that the Lame Stream Mediots™ and the Demoscum (but we repeat ourselves) have had access to that information for that long.  (And I think you can safely trust me on this:  Pete Sessions can’t take a dump without the Donktards knowing about it.  No Republican can – just ask Larry Craig.)

Has it not occurred to you that if there was political hay to be made about this, it woulda been made a helluva lot sooner?!?!?!

2) Take a look at this blurb:

The Forty Deuce is a popular Mandalay Bay spot that features a burlesque show. Such routines are considered classier than pole dancing and generally attract just as many women as men. They feature elaborate costumes, but dancers do eventually strip to near nudity.

And later:

A review on the club’s Web site states: “Jaws drop and drinks are ignored as the tempo picks up and the dancer steps up, shedding boa, gown and gloves towards the electrifying finale. After the show, our celebrity DJ drops in a dance groove and it’s dancing ’til dawn!

Okay, define for me “near nudity”.  Verily, verily I say unto you, I’m willing to wager that there’s more skin shown at a TCU football home game.

And speaking of showing skin…

3) Get a load of this load from a local Demoscum Cupid Stunt™:

Democrats were happy to pile on the congressman.

“He’s such a boring guy that a little pizzazz may help him,” said Darlene Ewing, chairwoman of the Dallas County Democratic Party. “I thought they were the party of family values, but they are having fundraisers at burlesque shows.”

Oh, really?  Someone wanna tell me where these Demoscum were when See-BS was getting off scot-fucking-free over Janet Jackson’s little “wardrobe malfunction”?  Anyone?  Bueller?

I’ll tell you where they likely were:  Boozing it up in fucking celebration  that the FCC got its ass handed to it, that’s where.  The whole effin’ world got to see Miss Nasty’s tit and they were creaming their panties over it, but they’ll throw Pete Sessions under the bus for a show where there were more naughty bits covered up!

Fucking hypocrites, the whole lot of them.

Which leads me to point 4) If the average person thinking with their head, rather than their ass – when the hell did anyone start believing the LSM or  the Demoscum (but we repeat outselves) on anything?????

I’ll repeat again, for those of you who haven’t been paying attantion:  If the LSM tells me the sky is blue, I’m going out and double-checking.  I don’t take the LSM’s word about anything.


So, Cathie Adams and the rest of the evangelicals – let’s try to remember the good that Pete Sessions is doing for the state of Texas and the nation, and remember the source of this attempt to throw him under the bus, and just take it fucking easy, okay???


2 Comments to “In defense of Mr. Sessions”

  1. David Hartung — July 31, 2008 @ 5:53 pm

    This is what the republicans get for being so closely aligned with the “religious right”

    Two things.

    1. Anyone who truly expects rational behavior out of politicians who are campaigning, needs a full brain scan. Something has shut down.

    2. Yes, Sessions could have chosen his location more carefully. He is a politician, he will do whatever he believes will get him re-elected. He obviously believed the money to be gained from this event, outweighted the possible bad press.

  2. HDD — August 1, 2008 @ 8:03 pm

    The Republicans are correct to ignore the ‘religious right’, because the ‘religious right’ isn’t represented by the Republican Party. It’s not actually represented by ANY party. There ain’t a dime’s bit of difference between the two parties.

    This particular ‘religious right’ person will take his vote elsewhere…probably into hiding, and let the ‘non-religious right’ have the smoking ruin that the Demonrats will leave them.

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