Steve King (R-IA) and his Fighting boy named City of Light

By ann summers

This week, and after several years of due diligence, the Fighting Sioux sports teams of the University of North Dakota became the Fighting Hawks and retained the iconographic features of its prior logo in the new avian one.

Similarly Steve King (R-IA) in the spirit of the conservative summits in his primary caucus state, projected the xenophobic fight against the forces of evil onto those seeking refuge in the USA’s heartland.

We’ll purge everybody that we can identify that might even be in question and we’ll start all over with a new security system

Not Joseph Stalin, but that Iron man of the Iowa Caucuses, Steve King, who believes that the USA is not fecked enough and that the White House is a feck-free zone.

“We’ve got a feckless president that can’t — we can’t win a war without a commander-in-chief, we have a commander-in-chief that won’t let us fight it, so we’re vulnerable here in America and we’re vulnerable because he has established a feckless administration that does not do their due diligence,” King said.

King was asked if he thought ISIS terrorists would slip into the United States through the refugee resettlement program, in the context of a Department of Homeland Security inspector general report finding 73 TSA workers were on government terrorist watch lists.

“And when something like this pops up, if I’m running a shop like that we’re gonna do all hands on deck and we’re gonna fix that problem,” continued King. “We’ll purge everybody that we can identify that might even be in question and we’ll start all over with a new security system. But he’s got a different idea about what merits should be like.”

America’s high value target will apparently be the Missouri River’s own City of Light, Sioux City. All hands on the shop-deck!

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8 Responses to Steve King (R-IA) and his Fighting boy named City of Light

  1. bron98 says:

    What s crock of collectivist bullshit.

    Hey hey ho ho how come Marxists blow?
    Not harpo but the psychopathic Marx, Karl.
    His minions are simly phonographic tools. Much like Tom Tuttle.

  2. Bron,
    That is a statement, not an argument, and certainly not a justification for the claim. What is your point, if any?

  3. bron98 says:

    Dr. Stanley:

    I don’t care about arguments anymore, you (liberals/progressives) don’t care what I have to say and I really don’t care what you have to say. Well there are one or 2 things that you are right about but mostly you are wrong. So for the great majority of issues there is no common ground. And it’s just a fight now to see which philosophy will prevail.

    I mean really, who in their right mind would even worry about the name of sports team lesson was called fighting N… or something truly ugly. The fighting Sioux? The Braves? It’s just a way of controlling thought. Has nothing to do with anyone’s feelings. If somebody called of baseball team or a football team the fighting crackers or the mighty Whitey’s or the horrible hockey’s

  4. bron98 says:

    Or the horrible honkies, I would not care. I would think it was funny,

    I sit in a wheelchair and I don’t care if people call me a gimp for a cripple or whatever. Have a sports team called the galloping gimps, I don’t give a fuck. It isn’t worth my time to even care. And people who do care about crap like that must not have anything worthwhile or useful to do.

  5. bron98 says:

    adjective: feckless
    lacking initiative or strength of character; irresponsible.
    “a feckless mama’s boy”

    I would say feckless is a pretty good description of what we’ve had for the last 8 years. I would say it’s worse than feckless. Feckless is actually being kind by assuming that the actor is doing it through lack of character rather than with malice and forethought.

  6. You okay, B?
    That’s a little cranky even for you.
    And also untrue. I, for one, do care about you and what you have to say. I may not agree with a huge chunk of it, but agreement is not required.

  7. Then again, to paraphrase Socrates, “What the feck do I know?”

  8. ann summers says:

    ‘We must learn to do economic work from all who know how. No matter who they are, we must esteem them as teachers, learning from them respectfully and conscientiously. But we must not pretend to know what we do not know’. (the UK Shadow Exchequer)

    I had to look up Tom Tuttle, who seems to be a pretty angry dude – a lot of Breitbart Savagery there.

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