Everything Conservatives suspected about the Democrat Party is true, as confirmed by a whistleblowing, anonymous Democrat Congressman who recently wrote a tell-all about the corruption in our legislative branch of government called “Confessions of Congressman X.” The book details back room deals, shady agreements with special interests and the true intentions of many of the Democrat men and women in Congress: their own greedy, irrational self interest.
This book exposes the darkest side of the Democrat Party
This book exposes the darkest side of our government. The whistleblower is a self-described Democrat, as if his secrecy and anonymity doesnâ€™t already insinuate his Leftist leanings. Democrats have never been known for their honesty, courage or integrity.
Among his utter hatred for â€œpompous assâ€ Harry Reid, he divulges that “my main job is to keep my job, to get reelected. It takes precedence over everything.” While this is clear to most Americans, itâ€™s nice to know that we Conservatives are not and have never been â€œcrazyâ€ for our distrust of the Left. Theyâ€™ve earned it and they know it. Now WE know it.
“Fundraising is so time-consuming, I seldom read any bills I vote on,” the anonymous legislator admits. “I don’t even know how they’ll be implemented or what they’ll cost.”
As a hefty portion of the American population drowns in debt, the lazy, looting Baby Boomer Left continues to pile on the burden, passing the buck to the next generation of voters. Now we have airtight confirmation that what guides Democrats IS NOT a concern for the down and out â€“ not a concern for minorities â€“ not a concern for morality â€“ not a concern for this country.
Congressmen X states that when it comes to passing laws that someone might find controversial, “I sometimes vote ‘yes’ on a motion and ‘no’ on an amendment so I can claim I’m on either side of an issue.”
This is utterly repugnant and disgusting. If this notion doesnâ€™t make smoke spray out of your ears, get this: The book is released on May 28, 2016 for $9.95. If you want information that categorically rightfully belongs to EVERY AMERICAN CITIZEN, youâ€™re going to have to pay for it.