Kappa Alpha Psi’s very own Congressman Alcee L. Hastings is NOT TO BE MESSED WITH.
During a congressional hearing where republicans were attempting to repeal Obamacare on Monday, Florida Democrat Rep. Alcee Hastings fired verbal shots at the conservatives in Texas who refused to participate in state health care exchanges.
To make his point clear, the Congressman called the state of Texas “crazy” and brought up the fact that until 2008, there was a law in Texas restricting the ownership of people owning multiple sex toys.
“One of their cities has a law that says that women can only have six dildos, and the certain size of things,” Hastings told CNN. “And if that ain’t crazy I don’t know what is.”
According to Huffington Post, Texas’ Republican Governor Greg Abbott, who was the state’s attorney general at the time, even went to court in an attempt to uphold the dildo ban in 2008.
This “messing with Texas” obviously did not go over well with Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) and he demanded an apology. What happened next can only be described by watching the following video…
Lets just say, you don’t want to mess with KAPsi…
This verbal exchange even made it to the Daily Show (Skip to the 4:30 mark to watch):
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