Bow Down To Schumer Or You Are A Female Dog

Chuck Schumer was on an airplane waiting for it to takeoff. He was using his cell phone after the flight attendant’s instructions to everyone to turn off their electronic devices. Evidently the rules do not apply to Chuck Schumer because he kept talking. A flight attendant told him that he had to turn it off and he asked if he could complete his call to which she said “No.” Schumer ended his call and then turned to the other Senator from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand, and said the flight attendant was a “bitch.” Then Schumer’s phone rang (which means he did not turn it off) and he announced that it was Harry Reid but that health care would have to wait until they landed.

Federal law states that passengers must follow the instructions of flight crews. Schumer broke the law so why is he not facing charges?

I have been on flights with jackasses like him. They continue to use phones and ipods (and other devices) even after they have been told to turn them off. People keep chatting away and act like they are being imposed upon when told to turn the phone off. These people hold up the flight and inconvenience everyone on board and more than once I have voiced my disgust with these morons. Schumer is a Senator so he believes that he is above the law and that the rules do not apply to him.

Calling the flight attendant a bitch was out of line and not very professional for a Senator. I am sure my liberal commenters will take him to task for his act of demeaning a woman, I won’t hold my breath.

Schumer is a whiny puke moron who should have been told to get off the plane. The Air Marshals should have frog marched him out and then strip searched him.

No one, including Schumer is so important that phone calls can’t wait. How did people ever get along before cell phones were invented? If you are so important that you can’t wait to use a cell phone then stay on the ground.

The rest of us do not want to put up with your inconsiderate behavior.

Source:
Politico

Big Dog

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6 Responses to “Bow Down To Schumer Or You Are A Female Dog”

  1. Adam says:

    I guess if he was calling her a whore you’d be quicker to jump to his defense.

  2. Big Dog says:

    Only if she were selling herself. If she said she would allow him to use the phone for $10 then you might have a point.

    She was doing her job and he did not like it.

    I liked the way she said she did not make the rules, she just followed them and Schumer is a member of Congress and they make the rules.

    Surely you can’t be defending him.

  3. Adam says:

    Nope. I feel the same way about these putzes on the airlines as you do. It’s gotten to where I hate to fly anymore.

    • Big Dog says:

      See, we can agree on some things!

      You know I fly a lot and it is horrible. People bringing in huge bags to put in overhead bins, bringing more than they are allowed, chatting on cell phones, watching DVDs, using laptops, listening to iPods, it is horrible.

      Kids on planes don’t bother me unless their parents let them climb all over the seats instead of making them sit.

      The goal is to get on, get settled and get on the way. When you get above 10,000 feet then you can use your crap except cells (though I wonder why they need the stuff on a 2 hour flight).

      • Adam says:

        We decided not to fly for Christmas this year because leaving Philly it seems like it’s snowing there every year at this time. Last year it was freezing rain on I-95 on the way to the airport, massive delays getting tickets and through security, then even more delays leaving because of ice. Then we caught a connecting flight….in Chicago. It was the same thing there. I’d rather spend 19 hours in a car where we can stop for food and rest than 19 hours in an airport with 10,000 people who pretend they each are the only ones who matter. Call me bitter on this one.

        It was busy in San Francisco at Christmas no doubt but it’s not 10 degrees there this time of year…

      • Blake says:

        That is one reason I do not fly anymore- it is too much trouble, and now, there is no place I wish to see that badly. It’s probably kind of due to where I am in life, but not much holds my interest enough to go to that level of trouble anymore.