Sunday, January 10, 2016

The Sessions Weenies Lame Retaliation


It just doesn't get any more lame than this. Rep. Pete Sessions' and his campaign weenie's lame retaliation for my outing his homestead exemption in Florida, brought a 4x4 Sessions campaign sign in the right-of-way right outside the exit of my neighborhood. If there is one thing you can count on from Pete Sessions and his rabid followers, it's total disregard of human decency.

In their sad little world, they belittle anyone who doesn't support their beloved Sessions. So too, they disregard the law as evidenced in my photo below .


Obviously, they have mapped my home and possibly followed me to find out which exit I leave the neighborhood from. Can we say stalker?

The interesting part is, these Sessions campaign dickweeds don't even care if they get caught and fined. They don't care about campaign law either, even though Pete's sign has the following required disclaimer on it.
Second, Title 15, Section 255.007 of the Texas Election Code stipulates that campaign signs must feature the following right-of-way disclaimer (verbatim):“NOTICE: IT IS A VIOLATION OF STATE LAW (CHAPTERS 392 AND 393, TRANSPORTATION CODE) TO PLACE THIS SIGN IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF A HIGHWAY.”
Evidently Pete Sessions' employees don't even care about Wylie's sign ordinance either, which clearly states the sign cannot be placed in the right-of-way.

Why? Because Sessions' employees, supporters and volunteers believe  the law doesn't pertain to them. It's not a difficult stretch for them either, considering Sessions' questionable living arrangement these past few years.

If you can support your congressman who pretends to live in the state he supposedly represents, you can accept just about anything out of the douchepimple. Obviously the Sessions' camp doesn't care about anything but themselves.

Sad part is, his campaign juvenile brats will probably come remove the sign before Sessions gets fined. And this is their 'A' game.

But then again, they learned from the best. Pete Sessions doesn't care what the U.S. Constitution says about his residency. He is only pretending to live in Texas while his real home, his wife and her kids, and his homestead exemption are in Florida. Go figure.