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Friday, June 10, 2011

Punk F*ckhead Of The Week

 This little jerk is Massachusetts State Rep. Ryan Fattman and he really, really wants to make a name for himself in the Republican Party. 

 The author of a state union-stripping bill is also part of a contingent of GOP State Reps who are pissed off that Governor Deval Patrick decided not to add the New England state to the list of those that adhere to the federal Secure Communities program, aimed at deporting all immigrants accused of crimes. Mr. Fattman's argument is that, despite the fact that illegal status is generally considered a civil offense, all undocumented immigrants and their children are evil criminals.

  This comes as no real surprise, since it does indeed echo many GOP cohorts, but Mr. Fattman goes beyond. In addition to stating that all illegals should be deported without trial, he also made a couple of very chilling statements when it comes to undocumented aliens who have been victimized by sexual predators. When a reporter asked about the possibility of a woman being raped and beaten as she walked down the street, and the possibility of the lady not reporting the crime to police because of her immigration status, the 26-year-old rookie replied :
“My thought is that if someone is here illegally, they should be afraid to come forward. If you do it the right way, you don’t have to be concerned about these things,” 

  So, pigs, if Ryan Fattman has it his way, you can rape all the women you want, so long as they're undocumented. Even if they do complain, they'll be deported and your accuser won't be able to point to you in court. You win, because in Rep. Fattman's world being an undocumented worker, even one recruited to work at a factory farm owned by one of his buddies, is a greater crime than raping a Mexican. 

  Nice to know that the next generation of rich little pricks is just as amazingly cruel and heartless as the guys they modeled themselves after. 


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