DNC Chair says Democrats can't be Pro-Life

While some self-styled Republicans (are they Republicans In Name Only?) like Bill Hayden and Douglas Amedeo believe they can cohabit with liberal Democrats, the liberal Democrats appear to believe otherwise.  This is what the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee had to say about it a few days ago:

Candidate Hayden suggested today that if he didn't win then Democrat Jennifer Hamilton should.  Hayden's rant wasn't anything extraordinary for this fool who posts what are in our opinion threats against innocent families, photo-shopped heads of Republican leaders onto vaginas, and missives about "grabbing pussy."  And don't say "so did Trump."  Remember, Trump didn't mean to, he didn't know he was being taped.  The idiot Hayden posts this kind of crap on purpose.

 

William J. Hayden (AKA Bill Hayden, Dell Hayden, Skylands Patriot) is an 18 year public employee of the New Jersey Department of Transportation.  He works as a supervisor, based in Trenton, where he pockets a salary and extras more each year than any legislator earns -- plus full benefits and a pension.  Hayden is a member of the CWA -- one of the most liberal unions in America.


Now he thinks we should give him a second public job -- as our legislator. 

 

He doesn't vote much.  He made it last November, but the last time before that was 2010.  What he does do is play on Facebook.  He spends a lot of time on Facebook.  Much of it in the middle of what most of us call "the working day." 

 

Hayden posted his supportive comments about Democrat candidate Hamilton yesterday.  She is the same liberal Democrat candidate who was invited by Hayden and Douglas Amedeo to promote her candidacy before the Skylands Tea Party Group earlier this month.

 

Hayden and Amedeo assured the Tea Party that it is no big deal that Hamilton is pro-abortion, anti-gun, and pro-transgendered agenda.  Hamilton would spend millions funding Planned Parenthood and vote for the imposition of draconian gun confiscation laws.


 

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