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Kevin Cramer's Nutbag Side PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chet   

Apocalypse_CramerSI forgot to write about this yesterday. Saw this story online and just couldn't believe it. Rejected it, at first, as being just too crazy to believe. But then it hit me: this is what we will soon come to expect from North Dakota's lone member of the United States House of Representatives, Kevin Cramer:

WASHINGTON, D.C. — North Dakota Republican Kevin Cramer not only supports the production of domestic coal, oil and natural gas; the incoming freshman House member believes it’s a moral responsibility.

“In my view, it would be immoral to leave it there,” Cramer told the Lignite Energy Council at an October event in Bismarck.

“God put it there for us,” he said.

The former chairman of the state Republican Party, who almost entered the ministry, says North Dakota has been successful in energy production because most of the resources were developed on private and state land, where the government couldn’t over-regulate producers.

Environment & Energy Daily (emphasis added)

Get that? Using up all our natural resources as quickly as possible is a moral imperative. If we don't burn up all the Earth's coal and oil, God will be disappointed. Cramer knows, because he talks to God.

I've decided to put together a little list of other things "God put here for us."  Things for which there is a "moral responsibility" for white men to rush to exploit or otherwise use up as soon as possible. Maybe you guys would be willing to help me by submitting additional items to the list:

  • Wind
  • Solar power
  • Oxygen
  • Trees
  • Dirt
  • Minorities
  • Poor people
  • Hair
  • (continued in comments)

I hope everybody understands why Kevin Cramer sees it as being a "moral responsibility" to use up all of our natural resources as soon as possible. See, we are in the "End Times" and won't be needing these physical things much longer.  

Look for all of North Dakota Congressman Todd Akin's Kevin Cramer's policies and public statements to reflect these basic views.


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nimrodent said:

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This is from the Onion, right?
 
December 01, 2012
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Big Running said:

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I thought John, Jack and the rest of the ND GOP nut machine put it in the ground?

Now I'm confused.
 
December 01, 2012
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Marty said:

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Weed? Morning After pills?
 
December 01, 2012
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nimrodent said:

December 03, 2012
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big jake said:

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Cramer's nutbag side? Surely you jest. He has no other side.
 
December 03, 2012
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nimrodent said:

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clean air
clean water
fish without dangerous levels of mercury contamination
frogs

 
December 04, 2012
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nimrodent said:

TeeHee
cramer appointed to house committee on rejection of science.
 
December 04, 2012
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big jake said:

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I did not know there was any available space on the committee for rejection of science. Wrong again.

Getting awfully crowded there. Being looney must have no limits, either in numbers or subject matter.

Birds of a feather and all that stuff. Having Cramer gone from ND is a blessing until one remembers that he is now in a place where real damage can take place. We need to commit to making him a one termer.

He could get a job with the 700 Club. One can only hope.
 
December 04, 2012
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nimrodent said:

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I find it remarkably convenient that Commissioner Cramer's religious views support the economic interests of his faithful energy industry campaign donors.
 
December 05, 2012
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big jake said:

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Perhaps Cramer could also serve on the Committee to study the establishment of a monarchy or some version of it. Cramer and his ilk have nothing but utter contempt for our system of government. With a view in the rear view mirror, it is easier to see the path that has been charted. A long and patient approach to a facsist stlye government of elites and the rest of us just happy to have some income and an attitude of gratitude. If you think this is an exaggeration, talk to Wal-Mart workers or most of the low wage workers here in Bismarck. You might be surprised.
The simple formula that no Republican supports and only a few Democrats comprehend is that labor precedes capital and in fact capital cannot exist absent labor creating it. That is what Lincoln stated repeatedly and only a few since. No argument can be offered in opposition. If we hold to that, our return to the liberty that is our heritage and could be our destiny will be assured. In fact the "fiscal cliff" will not be fixed by anything yet proposed. The problem begins with monetary policy, not fiscal and no real solution can occur absent monetary reform.
 
December 09, 2012
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Jim said:

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I've always liked Kevin, even though I disagree with him a lot. This time I voted for him because I think he can do less damage by being one of 435 in Congress than by being one of just three on the Public Service Commission.
 
December 09, 2012
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