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Monday, April 22, 2013

Campfield Under Pressure for His Tasteless Choice of Cooker: Updates

Senator Stacey Campfield

Yep. THAT Stacey Campfield. The very same Don't-Say-Gay-Campfield who wants to kick kids off of welfare when they don't make the grade and who wants teachers to inform parents when their kids are gay and who wants to allow graduate students in psychology to opt out of having to counsel LGBT patients.

Similar to a lot of homophobes Stacey has a very bitchy side to his nature. In fact, some might describe him as downright vicious. Others might opine that he's stark raving mad.

The old boy may have cooked his own goose over the weekend and he may now be sinking to the bottom of the stew pot where he's coming to a slow boil under intense pressure. Campfield displayed his utter depravity on his own blog when he posted this image under the heading, "Here comes Feinstein again"

Today, he turned up the heat when he posted this:
Inappropriate? Me? Never!
I Just got a call from the media saying they had gotten a few calls (about a blog post I did) saying it was inappropriate after the Boston bombing.

If my post was inappropriate talking about "crock pot control" then where is the outrage from the left when they push for gun control after the Sandy Hook shooting? Im [sic] sorry if I exposed your double standard....
Well, not really.
So, if you're wondering how this low life keeps getting elected, don't look to me for an answer. I'm as stunned and outraged as everyone else. According to Recall TN State Senator Stacey Campfield on Facebook, a poll in the Knoxville Focus newspaper determined that "every area of Knox County was opposed to the Starve the Children legislation except for one. That area happens to be the area that elected him to office to begin with.... Farragut."

With brains like these, who needs geniuses?

UPDATE: 4/25/2013

Appears on "Piers Morgan Live" to "explain why he thought it was a good idea to post an image of an 'assault pressure cooker.'"

UPDATE: 4/24/2013


  1. Somewhere in Farragut there's a rock missing it's star boarder.

    Whenever one of these misanthropic, bigoted ignoramuses comes to light for acting out his/her idiocy, I'm reminded that behind the person lies a bunch of voters of like mindlessness. That's the really scary part.

  2. It's clear that the Campfields of the Right have lost whatever they had left of their minds.

    This guy reminds me a lot of mAnn Coulter. In fact have you ever seen the two of them in the same room?

    But back to Campfield: Indeed he's nuttier than squirrel poop. I suppose in our form of democracy, even morons need representation?

    1. I'd love to be able to say that Campfield is an exception but he's not.

  3. It would appear that Tennessee and Oklahoma have a lot in common with our out-of-control lunatic fringe, uber-conservative state governments. We actually used to have a democrat for a governor. His main function was to be the brakes on the crazy train. Now with Mary Fallin as governor and big majorities in the house and senate, choo-choo, it's full steam ahead. I'm wondering, in states like ours, how far does the pendulum swing before it starts coming back?