Hank Johnson’s Latest Hit – “I Don’t Think Regulations Are Hurting You”, We’ve Had Them Since Kindergarten….

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Hank Johnson

Hank “Tippy Guam” Johnson has followed up his tribute House of Representatives floor speech “I Can’t Breathe” with yet another oration that only Hank can deliver, “Kindergarten Regulations“:

WASHINGTON DC – Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) says, “don’t think that regulations are hurting you.” Johnson even relates federal regulations in America to being in kindergarten.

On the House floor Tuesday, Johnson explained his feelings about federal regulations in America;

“I’ll take note of the fact that when I went to kindergarten we had a set of rules up on the board. Everywhere you go, you’re going to have a set of rules. The rules of the federal government, which are vast and broad – foreign policy, domestic policy, space, cyberspace.”

“I mean, this country that we live in is not a great country because it chose simplicity as its motto.”

“We have a lot of rules we have to live by and those are the things that help make America a great country and guess what, ladies and gentlemen? It’s you and your family members and friends who populate this federal government.” (read more)

Hanks Greatest Hits

“I can’t Breathe”  (An ode to Eric Gardner)

“A World Without Balloons” (my personal favorite)

“Tippy Guam”  (The original best seller)

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80 Responses to Hank Johnson’s Latest Hit – “I Don’t Think Regulations Are Hurting You”, We’ve Had Them Since Kindergarten….

  1. mscynlynn says:

    Will somebody please make Georgia’s 4th District tip over?

    Liked by 3 people

  2. stella says:

    The man is a moron. Even I knew that a major use of helium today is in MRI machines.


  3. auscitizenmom says:

    Can you imagine being that officer and having to sit there without bursting out laughing? SMH

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Too hilarious. This guy is quite the orator and emoter. I think everyone’s seen “Tippy Guam” by now, and most the “I Can’t Breathe” drama, but I had NOT seen the helium balloons. So funny. Thanks for the laugh – I needed that about now.

    And – this just goes to show that anyone, literally anyone, can get elected to Congress. I would love to know this guy’s IQ. He’s definitely not the sharpest crayon in the box.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    “its least widest place on the island”

    Is this man so illiterate that his vocabulary doesn’t include the word “narrowest”? How did he manage to get elected in the first place?

    And I can;t believe that military spokesman managed to keep a straight face, let alone render a serious answer to such a ridiculous question. I would have laughed and asked:

    “Surely,you aren’t serious, are you?”

    Liked by 2 people

  6. BlazingTrail says:

    It’s amazing how someone so dumb could be elected to Congress. And I say “dumb” in a literal sense. The guy is borderline retarded.


  7. Michael Dixon says:

    I wonder, could he be putting us on with a deadpan act, or could he really be that dumb?


    • EdWatts says:

      The liberals, on the day he made his geography teacher commit suicide with his Guam silliness, first tried to tell us that he was not feeling well. When that excuse failed to gain altitude, they blamed some medicine that he was supposedly taking. When that crashed and burned, we were told by the liberals that he was, actually, quite brilliant and that he was merely exhibiting his droll humor for those of us who were too dumb to “get it”! All three excuses came, one after another, within a few hours of his display of colossal stupidity and ignorance.

      Many — far too many — people “bought” one or another of the lies.

      He’s dumb. Check this out from his C.V. on wikipedia:

      “Johnson graduated from Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University) in 1976, was a member of Omega Psi Phi Kappa Alpha Alpha Chapter, Decatur, Georgia, and Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston in 1979; he practiced law in Decatur, Georgia, for more than 25 years.”

      This kind of takes away a lot of the value of a baccalaureate degree from Clark Atlanta and, especially, a law degree from Texas Southern, doesn’t it?


      • texan59 says:

        IIRC, the pass rate for TSU law school grads is about 10-12%. They will never be confused with a real law school. Same for their pharmacy program. 🙄


      • ytz4mee says:

        Yes, floating the meme that he has “deadpan humor” after there was no sale for the other excuses was particularly outrageous, even by Hill standards. The latest excuse is that his “lack of mental acuity” was caused by Hep-C. Fascinating. Allen Ginsberg, Mickey Mantle, Gene Weingarten, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Yohei Kono …. and a host of other famous and well-educated people were/are Hep-C and many died from complications of the disease. However, not a single one of them was accused of reduced mental acuity as a consequence of the disease. But Hank … yep, poor Hank had his mental acuity taken away coz of deh Hep C.

        The soft bigotry of low expectations and the mental gymnastics the Prog ideology SWAT team undertake to prop up their failed ideology pisses me off. annoys me greatly.

        Liked by 1 person

  8. sundance says:

    “kindergarten regulations” explains this:

    “They don’t come back and check on the boy,” said the grandfather. “Somebody comes out one time, as soon as they leave, he leaves.”



  9. bullnuke says:

    Definitely a byproduct of gerrymandering.
    What a goofball.


  10. John says:

    You can’t what?


  11. bullnuke says:

    …”white hoods running through the countryside again”. He didn’t care much for my favorite congressman Joe Wilson’s “you lie” remark.


  12. michael says:

    serious question. is he developmentally challenged? or bluntly, is he retarded?


    • ytz4mee says:

      He’s black. He won his Congressional seat by running against an even more brain-dead black incumbent – Cynthia McKinney.
      The Progressives who control the press torture themselves making excuses for his idiocy. That, in and of itself, is highly entertaining.


  13. ytz4mee says:

    He is a graduate of both a “United Negro College Fund” HBCU (Clark Atlanta) and an HBCU Law School – Texas Southern University.

    The extorted resources wasted on these institutions and the putative “education” they provide makes me want to scream in rage.

    And … just when you’ve heard ALL the excuses, his alleged “loss of mental acuity” is chalked up to his status as Hep-C positive. His wiki profile helpfully informs “In February 2010, Johnson successfully completed an experimental treatment for Hepatitis C, which resulted in restored mental acuity, weight gain and increased energy.[34]”


    Yeah. So think about that – what he was like before he experienced “restored mental acuity”.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. watcher says:

    The time has come for mandatory drug testing for congressmen. Notice his shirt and tie in the balloon video.


  15. bob e says:

    the ‘tipping over’ he was referring to was his drug
    tray, that tipped over & spilled over the floor before
    the session ..


  16. partyzantski says:

    video 1, is it his final exam submission for freshman poetry class?
    video 2, the Russians are p155ing themselves, wondering how they ever feared us with public servants such as this.
    video 3, the guy is a comedian- not a representative. This is a comedy bit.

    Let me be perfectly clear- I loathe Russia, but if my congressional representatives contain examples such as Hank Johnson, I have no choice but to vote Putin in 2016.

    Think what would happen to any other boob that displayed this level of idiocy in public in Russian “representative” government. He’d be invited to atone in writing for his crimes at the lowest level of the Lubyanka and his spouse would get the bill for the one round used to cleanse the gene pool.

    What does it say about Congress and the voting public as a whole if the electorate will vote in such glaringly obvious morons? http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/03/the-words-moron-imbecile-and-idiot-mean-different-things/ I use the term moron in its 1960s connotation of a sub 70 to 51 IQ. Think of what fresh horrors would result if you gene spliced a Hank Johnson into an Eleanor Holmes Norton…. who needs nuclear weapons when you have THAT?


  17. Leslie says:

    If this is the best the 4th District of Georgia can do, “Honey, they are in a world of hurt!”


  18. ZurichMike says:

    OMG. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

    Liked by 1 person

    • mojitomom says:

      I’ve been a political appointee aide and I found there were two types of political executives: 1) those who hire assistants who are smarter than them to make them be the smartest they can be; or 2) those who hire assistants who are dumber than they are to make themselves feel smarter. With Congressman Johnson, I fear the latter is true and he’s too ignorant to recognize how imbecilic he looks.


  19. yakmaster2 says:

    I’ve often thought that Johnson’s staff must be pulling their hair in frustration trying to make him look reasonably intelligent. On the few occasions I’ve seen/heard him speak at Committee hearings, he is lost without written questions in front of him and even has trouble READING those. Staff briefings must be laborious!!
    I wonder how embarrased they are to be working for him. Or maybe they’re just happy to have such a space cadet for a boss?


    • EdWatts says:

      Most of them are, probably, not embarrassed at all. They have no idea that he’s stupid (He’s probably smarter than they are!), but they’re certainly happy that we, the people — through their boss, Hank Johnson — bestow upon them huge paychecks. Go down to your local Social Security or Veterans’ Affairs office, and note the intelligence/abilities/motivation/care of the people who work there; you will learn a LOT about “What is wrong with America?”!

      Our government/country worked pretty well until Affirmative Action destroyed it.

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  20. californiarefugee says:

    Now I can’t breathe!


  21. Mudbug says:

    I was stationed at Anderson AFB for one year on the ‘rock’ we called Guam. You know, that tip of an expired volcano that juts up roughly 35,000 feet from the Pacific ocean floor.

    SadSackRep. Johnson, if you weren’t so stupid, we could explain to you how stupid you are….


  22. sarah says:

    This is a “must share” post. I am tipping over from laughing so hard. Painfully obvious how and why tis one was elected.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Old Hillbillt says:

    They must have run some tests on citizens in the Fourth District and the one person who scored LOWER than Cynthia McKinney (good old “Tippy”) was elected. This is a good example of old adage that “you get the government that you deserve when you vote WITHOUT THINKING”!


  24. shipley130 says:

    Ummmm…..regulations try to prevent people from selling loose cigarettes…that got somebody killed in NYC…who was that again?


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