Thursday, August 31, 2006

After Thirty Years, Senator Hatch Still Doesn't Get It

He still thinks it's all about him. Senator Orrin Hatch told the Tribune he was still raising money to combat any future negative attacks. Senator Orrin Hatch is a man who has spent his entire career building up the Washington D.C. political money machine but never learned what it really means to be a U.S. Senator.

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if his bag full of carpet is getting too heavy to carry. I think it's time he heads back to wherever he's from.

9/01/2006 02:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's in forever! After he dies he will possess the body of whoever wins his seat!

He is the Devil!

9/01/2006 05:03:00 PM  
Blogger Rob said...

Amen brother!

9/01/2006 06:16:00 PM  
Blogger Mike Ridgeway said...

I can testify to the same sick taste in your mouth left from the cabal that we each reside in. If it were not for our own actions, we would not have the ultimate and severe need for our current Senator.

9/01/2006 10:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There should a mandatory retirement age for the Senate and the House. How can someone who is so much older than those they represent even have a clue about new ideas? The status quo of those who are susposed to represent us but only represent themselves and those who dump money into their pockets must end. The Constitution does not allow the politics to interfer with religion it is time to amend the Constitutin to keep religion out of politics. I don't care what religion you are. Keep it in your home and quit trying to shove it down my throat through laws you try to pass and legislation to infringe on peoples rights.

9/03/2006 10:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, that a great idea. Lets create some more rules to help me as a citizen, as I certainly can't be qualified to make my own decisions.

If the people want someone as distinguished as Senator Hatch to represent them, then so be it.

It's also not very cool to discriminate because of age. You'll be an old fart someday too.

9/03/2006 11:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I disagree about a mandatory age. That's discrimination of the elderly. Hatch's problems are not his age, its his character and continuing lust for power.

Youth can suffer from the same issues. That's a big problem with our society, we attribute to many negatives to getting old.

9/03/2006 03:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only ones who think Hatch is on the ball are the durg companies who foot hundreds of thousands of dollars into his coffers. He is so pompus that he refers to the people who he is susposed to represent as "nut cakes" what an arrogrant peice of work he is. The father of legislation to protect the American flag from the citizens of the United States while allowing scum through out the world to defile it with out the fear of reprisals. Get real there is already discrimination against the elderly. Wait until you are over 50 and out of work you will find out. Term limits may be a better solution than age limits but let us be real..ideas formed in the 50's and 60's aren't good for the country 40 or 50 years later. Fresh ideas are what this country needs. Hatch, Kennedy, the rest of the good ole boys need to give up and turn the country over to fresher ideas.

9/03/2006 11:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We do have term limits. They are called ELECTIONS.

Majority rule, remember? Or is that just too unfair of a system to use?

9/04/2006 09:38:00 PM  
Blogger Utah Peaknik said...

It's such a tragedy that Utahns still haven't waken up and voted Hatch out of office.

Hatch isn't even a Utahn. He's a Pennsylvanian who became a creature of Washington because the people of Utah voted him in.

9/05/2006 09:42:00 PM  
Blogger averagejoe2004 said...

The problem resides in the fact that we have a system that rewards senators who have been there for 30 years. What incentive is there for innovation? What incentive for change? None, as long as Hatch doesn't do anything Too stupid he can ride his large bank account to victory after victory because as I heard a neighbor say, "I don't really like Hatch, but He has so much influence"

9/06/2006 06:45:00 AM  

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