Thursday, May 11, 2017

Fact of the Day: Jon Hubbard of Arkansas

While never elected to the national level, a far-right winger named Jon Hubbard served one term in the Arkansas House of Representatives from 2011-2013 as a Republican. One year after Obama was elected, Hubbard published a book called Letters to the Editor: Confessions of a Frustrated Conservative. In the book he called the history of slavery to Africans as a "blessing in disguise" and that African Americans don't appreciate a good education. He also claimed that both legal and illegal immigration would lead to either planned wars or extermination. He was defeated in the 2012 state elections. 

10 comments:

  1. A bad man $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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  2. I remember this guy!!! He was a mess.

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  3. Glad the people saw him for what he is and didn't re-elect.

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  4. Holy moly... It's good that he was defeated. The world needs less of this type.

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  5. This man and many others voted for Trump. I hope Trump does not elect him to run something. Scar S.O.B.

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  6. Love the comment of Birgit......even if it is a scary thought but
    with "Turnip Top" nothing would surprise me.
    I believe there is a vacancy in the FBI - the top job!
    This could be the Armageddon of that buffoon presently occupying
    1600 Penn. Avenue except on week-ends when he catches the Tax Payer
    funded "air taxi" to bloody Florida.
    The visiting Russian Foreign Minister must think he has entered a
    lunatic asylum!!!

    I love the deafening silence of the Evangelical group of dowagers
    when you put up these "delightful" bulletins - ha ha.
    Cheers
    Colin

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  7. Most politicians are better controlled in their expression. They say different things in public and in private. I think this guy did not get the memo :-)

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