GOP Rep. Gohmert: If Gov. Can “Put Condoms on Wild Horses” Gov. Health Care Will do “it to Us”

July 28, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) recently appeared on the radical right-wing radio show of Alex Jones and the two happily traded conspiracy theories, which touched on the more wackier pearls of Conservative fringe wisdom, including claims that the White house is spiking our water with drugs to sterilize the whole country and comparing Obama’s policies to Hitler and Chairman Mao.

Rep. Gohmert spoke for thirty minutes and engaged in the Republican fear-mongering about the inclusion of a public option in health care reform, claiming it “is going to absolutely kill senior citizens. They’ll put them on lists and force them to die early because they won’t get the treatment as early as they need,” said the Congressman.

Gohmert also claimed that a public health option would empower the government with “…every right to tell you what you eat, what you drink, how you exercise, where you live.” Gohmert didn’t stop there; he was on a roll.

The excited Congressman then tried his hardest to make an analogy between a recent bill to humanely manage the wild mustang population, entitled “Restore Our American Mustangs Act,” and government run health care that would somehow force people to use contraception against their will.

“But if we’re going to pay 700 million dollars like we voted last Friday to put condoms on wild horses, and I know it just says an un-permanent enhanced contraception whatever the heck that is. I guess it follows that they’re eventually get around to doing it to us,” said Gohmert.

Gohmert then referred to Obama’s policies as “nation ending stuff,” that “kills the freedoms that we have.”

Alex Jones’ daily topics revolve around the notion that Obama will revoke the Second Amendment and take away people’s guns and he is a rabid “birther” proponent. Jones also promoted the conspiracy theory that former President Bill Clinton was responsible for the Oklahoma City bombings.

Source: Think Progress

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6 Responses to “GOP Rep. Gohmert: If Gov. Can “Put Condoms on Wild Horses” Gov. Health Care Will do “it to Us””

  1. Old Man Dotes on July 28th, 2009 6:45 pm

    Comparing Obama’s policies to Hitler and Mao? Funny, it seems to me that Dick Cheney, the Republican, was the one who authorized the torture of POWs, and warrantless spying on American citizens in the USA.

    It does sound like putting condoms of Republicans is a good idea, though. As long as they cover the entire head and seal off the airways.

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