AYFKM?: Hank Johnson Has Serious Concern That Guam Is Going To Capsize

Apr 1, 2010 by

AYFKM?: Hank Johnson Has Serious Concern That Guam Is Going To Capsize

I did not think that I would hear another imbecilic statement on the heels of Nancy Pelosi’s “We have to pass the bill to find out what is in it”, but I was rudely jolted back into the reality that is now our life by Idiot-In-Charge and Are You Freakin’ Kidding Me? Awards winner, Hank Johnson.  Non-rep. Johnson is concerned that the addition of 8,000 people to the little island of Guam will capsize it.  Everyone needs to give Adm. Robert Willard, (head of the US Pacific fleet) a rousing round of applause for not laughing and/or verbally bitchslapping the congresscriminal in the face of what could only be described as sheer ignorance or a drug induced delusion of intelligence.  After living on an island for many years, I was under the impression that only tourists believed that islands were floating masses of land out in the ocean.  Obviously, I was wrong.

Hank Johnson Worries Guam Could “Capsize” After Marine Buildup

Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) is raising some eyebrows with a comment he made about the U.S. territory of Guam during a House Armed Services Committee hearing last Thursday.

In a discussion regarding a planned military buildup on the Pacific island, Johnson expressed some concerns about the plans to Adm. Robert Willard, head of the U.S. Pacific fleet.

“My fear is that the whole island will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize,” Johnson said. Willard paused and replied, “We don’t anticipate that.”

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress:

JOHNSON, Hank, a Representative from Georgia; born in Washington, D.C., October 2, 1954; B.A., Clark College (Clark Atlanta University), Atlanta, Ga., 1976; J.D., Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Texas Southern University, Houston, Tex., 1979; lawyer, private practice; DeKalb County, Ga., board of commissioners, 2001-2006; judge, magistrate court, 1989-2001; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundred Tenth and to the succeeding Congress (January 3, 2007-present).

It is hard to imagine that a lawyer, former judge, and member of the Democratic Leadership could be this stupid, but considering Nancy’s comment, it is not beyond the believable, and as the RedLemur stated this morning, “it’s amazing the Dems have gotten this far being this stupid.”

(H/T KG)

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  1. Kathy

    “It is hard to imagine that a lawyer, former judge, and member of the Democratic Leadership could be this stupid”…Honestly I believe it is a requirement to be that stupid and be part of the Democratic Leadership.

    I have to admire the Admiral he just answered like it was a normal question, our poor military having to deal with the likes of the loons in DC.

    I was gone to bring up term limits, but since he has only been serving since 11/06 that is not the point. What kind of stupid stuff did he say as a lawyer and judge?

    I think we should require all Congress members , President, anyone who works in the WH to have to have a mental competency test each year, weed these loons out.

  2. Kathy

    Let the spin begin.

    “The comments were delivered without a clear hint of sarcasm or irony, however Rep. Johnson is now insisting through a comment issued by a spokesperson that he was simply using a metaphor.”

    Metaphor?? met-a-phor a figure of speech containing an implied comparison in which a word or phrase ordinarily and primarily used of one thing is applied to another.

    What was he comparing? A whole lot of stupid is going on with this one.

    http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93533?fp=1

  3. Kathy

    DT we have two winners today , meet Congressman Phil Hare D-IL.” I care more about people without health care than the Constitution.” At least he is telling the truth.

    http://minx.cc/?post=300126

    “He actually appears to be dumber than the guy who is worried about Guam capsizing.

  4. clemintine

    i saw this earlier and could not believe it. this man is making decisions that impact the nation???

    some of the responses on hot air were to give him a break because he is ill…….not a chance. if he is that ill, he has no business sitting in congress.

    there were other responses that described the legislation the dems would need to pass to protect quam from tipping over……and more legislation to cover in the event quam did flip…..swimming lessons and mandatory life vests!!!

  5. Gunthar

    His website says it’s an obvious metaphorical reference… Apparently this guy’s elevated and enlightened sense of humor is lost on us simple, common folk.

    My regards to Georgia’s fourth district.

    • Gunthar – that statement was put out after the story hit the blogs and the stupidity of yet another Dem was exposed.

      They really do not understand the microscope they are under nowadays or they would not continue to make inane comments.

      “Always get tape!”

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