Note to Democratic Party, and the Drunken D.A.:Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, right?
From the Daily Caller:
One of the members of the grand jury that indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry last week was political activist — and Democrat — Rho David Chalmers, and at least four other members of the jury appear to be Democrats.
The Houston Chronicle disclosed that Chalmers was a member of the jury in a report Tuesday, and said of nine members they were able to identify, five (including Chalmers) have only voted in Democratic primaries.
They’ve also got some photos from this woman’s Facebook page in which she is seen participating in the recent Texas Democrat party convention.
Not to worry, though. None of this activity should create the impression that this grand jury conducted a partisan witch hunt. How do we know? Because Rho David assures us of it. (An aside: do we think her parents actually hung this goofy moniker on her? If so, they were probably hippies, too.)
From the article:
For me, it’s not a political decision,” Chalmers told the Chronicle. “That’s what a grand jury is about – take the emotion out of it and look at the facts and make your best decision based on your life experience.”
And apparently, Rho David’s life experience tells her that taxpayers should fund an agency run by a wackjob who drives around really inebriated, as in three times the legal limit, with an empty bottle of vodka in her car, then puts on a clinic in obnoxious, bad drunk behavior at the local jail. The fact that Gov. Perry did not benefit one bit financially, or arguably politically, from this decision doesn’t matter.
Who do these people think they are fooling?
Repeating: Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life.