When he's not busy fighting the gays, Iowa Rep. Steve King spends his time fighting the ACORNs, who are just as sneaky and probably even more dangerous because Barack Obama has an actual record of working with them.
Rep. King's anti-ACORN crusade took a surprising, frosted twist at the annual White House Christmas party this week: look there to your right. Look! That is a photograph, taken by Steve King and posted to his Twitter, of an actual cookie served at the White House party. Mm-hmmmm.
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The chocolate cookies shaped like an acorn were quite a hit [Ed. note: I think they mean the opposite of this, though] with Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.
"I didn't expect to see such stark symbolism," King said in an e-mail. [...] King pocketed several of the acorn cookies at the White House soiree and even stowed a few at home in his freezer.
So many questions to ponder. Were these the only cookies on the White House dessert table? What were the other choices — Lenin with sprinkles, Santa Mao, a gingerbread gulag?
More importantly, has Rep. King eaten one of these acorn/ACORN cookies? If so, how did they taste? It's hard to tell from a cameraphone picture, but they look a little dry. Clearly, Congress needs to stand up and get answers from the White House. Also the recipe.
Tags: ACORN, Barack Obama, Steve King, White House
I have a feeling this is not what Michael Steele had in mind when he promised to re-brand the GOP has newer and hipper…
Don't you hate, though, how these funny vial clips often make unkind assertions about politicians and leave you wondering if they have any proof to back up their claims. Well, turns out, there's a post for that.
Tags: Bill Sali, House of Representatives, Joe Wilson, John Shimkus, Louie Gohmert, Lynn Jenkins, Lynn Westmoreland, Mark Kirk, Michele Bachmann, Republicans, Science & Technology, Steve King, Trent Franks, Virginia Foxx
Gay marriage: is it really about gay people getting married? That's what they (the gays) want you to believe, but there's more here than meets the eye. Gay marriage, which masquerades as "gay marriage," is in fact a stealthy step toward another, more terrible destination.
No, not Elton John-themed honeymoon cruises. More terrible. Yes: SOCIALISM.
It's true, says Rep. Steve King…
King told a conservative news radio program: "If there's a push for a socialist society where the foundations of individual rights and liberties are undermined and everybody is thrown together living collectively off one pot of resources earned by everyone, this is one of the goals they have to go to, same sex marriage, because it has to plow through marriage in order to get to their goal. They want public affirmation, they want access to public funds and resources."
Think about it. It's like how dentistry is only a few steps away from facism*. Rep. King is just the man to sound this important alarm, because he is from the gay-marrying state of Iowa, so he knows whereof he speaks…
"I said that if this is allowed to happen, Iowa would become the Mecca for same sex marriage, and that has begun to happen," King said.
Oh God, it's even worse than I thought! After everyone gets forced into gay marriages, we'll be forcibly converted to Islam, and then the Socialist takeover will happen.
After that, I guess, we'll just give up and start praying for God Allah to put us out of our misery.
* Dentists are licensed by "state boards." Need I say more?
Tags: Iowa, Islam, LGBT, Marriage Equality, Socialism, Steve King
Fresh off a stint defending Iowa from a scourge of gay people doing the Macarena, principle-packed Representative Steve King has taken yet another bold stand, this time in Washington, D.C.
You see, the other day the House voted on a bill to hang a plaque in the Capitol Visitors Center, but not just any old plaque, a plaque that would "acknowledge the role that slave labor played in the construction of the United States Capitol." Is Representative Steve King going to sit back and let something like that be screwdriven into the United States Capitol?
The  "Yes" votes spanned the ideological spectrum, from Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann [Ed. note: !!!!] on the right to Maxine Waters and Dennis Kucinich on the left. The one vote against: Rep. Steve King (R-IA).
That's right! Iowa, high-five yourself! Your Representative Steve King is the only person in the entire House of Representatives who's brave enough to say "Nah, don't think so" to one plaque, four screws and fourteen decades of grappling with the most horrifying period in American history!
Because of Jesus, you see, because of Jesus. King's official statement on the vote:
"Last night I opposed yet another bill to erect another monument to slavery because it was used as a bargaining chip to allow for the actual depiction of 'In God We Trust' in the Capitol Visitors Center. The Architect of the Capitol and liberal activists opposed every reference to America's Christian heritage, even to the extent of scrubbing 'In God We Trust' from the depiction of the actual Speaker's chair in the U.S. House of Representatives. [...] Our Judeo-Christian heritage is an essential foundation stone of our great nation and should not be held hostage to yet another effort to place guilt on future Americans for the sins of some of their ancestors."
Little tip for Rep. King: next time you speak out against a wall decoration to commemorate thousands of American slaves who suffered and died while constructing the very institution to which you have (for whatever reason) been elected, MAYBE you should consider avoiding certain phrases.
Like "foundation stone" and "held hostage," for example.
Tags: Christianity, House of Representatives, Iowa, Slavery, Steve King
Following the the Iowa Supreme Court's controversial ruling that subjugating gay people for being gay is unconstitutional, Republican Rep. Steve King — in his mind's eye — has seen a disturbing hot pink and lavender-smelling future for Iowa…
Now it is the Iowa legislature's responsibility to pass the Marriage Amendment to the Iowa Constitution, clarifying that marriage is between one man and one woman, to give the power that the Supreme Court has arrogated to itself back to the people of Iowa.
Along with a constitutional amendment, the legislature must also enact marriage license residency requirements so that Iowa does not become the gay marriage Mecca due to the Supreme Court's latest experiment in social engineering.
Unfortunately for King, it's too late for his state. The gays have already heard about the court's ruling and they're mobilized. Even as you read this, millions of gay homosexuals from all around the country are heading for the congressman's beloved Iowa to get gay married with their gay partners.
There won't, of course, be enough chapels to accommodate all the gay marriage vows being gay spoken, so they'll spill out onto the street. There'll be gay marriages in parking lots, gay marriages on roof tops, gay marriages in corn fields, gay marriages on the pitchers mounds of baseball fields in the middle of the ninth inning. There'll almost certainly even be a steady stream of gay marriages being performed right on Rep. King's front lawn.
If he's not careful, King might find his son getting gay married to some wandering gay by mistake.
Verily I say unto thee, there shall not be left in Iowa one man not upon another.
Tags: House of Representatives, Iowa, LGBT, Marriage Equality, Steve King