Congressman Spencer "Napoleon" Bachus brought some attention to the local Shelby County paper and his own decreased cranium dimensions with his recent cry baby whining about Sarah Palin costing the republicans control of the senate in the midterm elections.
"The Senate would be Republican today except for states (in which Palin endorsed candidates) like Christine O'Donnell in Delaware," Bachus said. "Sarah Palin cost us control of the Senate."
He said Tea Party candidates did well in U.S. House races, but in the U.S. Senate races, "They didn't do well at all."
His mouthing off was covered by numerous prime time opinion shows and mainsteam progressive news outlets on Monday most likely because he muttered the words that immediately sends the press into a frenzy: Tea Party and Sarah Palin. Some of his own have whittled him down for his ill-advised remarks in addition to pointing out that it's not common for a House member to wade into the exclusive club of the senatorial business. But dinosaurs go where they want and their pea brains don't put much thought into it beforehand.
Bachus is a bigot and a loud-mouthed idiot (we like that word this week) and we would like to suggest that he go back to his real day job of an inordinate amount of stock trading while supposedly doing the people's business.