Jenny Horne And Her “Ancestor,” Jefferson Davis

GRANDPAPPY SAID THERE’D BE DAYS LIKE THIS … || By FITSNEWS || We couldn’t resist sharing this hilarious photoshop image that’s been floating around the Twitterverse. It features S.C. Representative (and U.S. congressional candidate) Jenny Horne posing with her, um, “ancestor” – former Confederate States of America president Jefferson Davis….


|| By FITSNEWS || We couldn’t resist sharing this hilarious photoshop image that’s been floating around the Twitterverse.

It features S.C. Representative (and U.S. congressional candidate) Jenny Horne posing with her, um, “ancestor” – former Confederate States of America president Jefferson Davis.

For some context on why this is so funny, click here and here.

Oh, and hat tip to @oldtomfool for the pic …

Insta-classic …


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Lone Ranger July 15, 2015 at 5:21 pm

Horne to run against Sanford for Congress…

Ummmm…Kemosabe…let’s see now—a
PC-grandstanding-patriot-bashing-liberal slut for ANOTHER arrogant serial-lying
adulterer…well let’s see

Tonto has put a TRUTH meter to both and the needle did NOT
move so…hey—looks like anybody ELSE with a modicum of conscience for me !!!

Limbaughsaphatkhunt July 15, 2015 at 10:35 pm

You could always stop voting GOP…which they both are.

Fecal Matters July 16, 2015 at 9:35 am

It takes bat shit crazy GOPers to balance out the bat shit crazy DEMs.

jimlewisgowb July 15, 2015 at 5:32 pm

Point of Clarification, which one is Horne ?

alisondjensen700 July 16, 2015 at 3:32 am Reply
Bell Hop July 15, 2015 at 7:14 pm

Are Jenny Horne and Converse Chellis still having an affair? bumping booties on Wed afternoon?

inquiring minds want to know.

Bonnie July 15, 2015 at 8:41 pm

If true, I guess we need to add Converse & Horne to our previous list of Republican unethical, immoral, criminal, lying, reprobate , hypocritical, adulterers?
Mark Sanford caught/confirmed
Richard Eckstrom caught/confirmed
Thomas Ravenel caught/confirmed
Bobby Harrell caught/confirmed
Bob Peeler caught/confirmed
Converse Chellis? alleged
Jenny Horne? alleged
Nikki Haley? alleged
Harvey Peeler? alleged
What is it with our Republicans espousing their faith, while bumping pubes, snorting nose candy, stealing and misusing their campaign funds/donations?

Accuracyplease July 15, 2015 at 8:43 pm Reply
truthmonger July 15, 2015 at 10:56 pm

Hell, that guy probably supports ISIS, too! Claiming SC as a birthplace doesn’t make anything he says correct by default. In fact, if I had the time I’d deconstruct his little story and hurt his feelings with cold hard fact. He read a few books. I have a degree in History. Whoopee. He sounds like quite the little pseudo-intellectual.

Mandingo July 15, 2015 at 11:47 pm

A history degree from Pickens County Community College does not qualify you to comment on the “little pseudo- intellectual, you ignorant asshole. Go back to “sloppin” your hogs, fucking your goats and shoving horse shit…wait a minute, I think your wife/sister is calling for you.u

Original Good Old Boy July 16, 2015 at 12:39 am

It’s a well-written piece and he’s certainly correct that many still cling to the idea that secession had little to do with slavery, but I see this attitude less and less. His problem is he went too far in his self-hate that he blames everything about that conflict on the South, without appreciating the fact that causes of secession were not the same as the causes of war. Yes, secession was largely over the political ramifications over non-slave versus slaveholding states. It’s fair to say it was primarily driven by the divisions caused by slavery. But the war happened four months after secession, and had little to nothing to do with slavery, and everything to do with a Union that decided that, in our great experiment with federalism, no state could leave on its own terms. Any attempt to leave would be answered with war. Even the federalist Madison was opposed to using coercion against a wayward state when they were debating at the constitutional convention, so this was a pretty radical move by the Union, and one that caused four states that were sitting on the fence — NC, VA, Ark, and Tenn — to side with the South when Lincoln made his call to arms. The way I look at it is “we may have been dumbasses to secede, but I’ll be damned if those Yankees had the right to force us back at the point of the bayonet.” I get that he wants to correct southerners on some of the myths, but he goes way too far and ignores the Union’s own dirty hands in that conflict.

Accuracyplease July 16, 2015 at 3:08 am

How ironic that in continuing to fight the Civil War, again, you illustrated his point.

Albert July 16, 2015 at 7:02 am

You can’t talk about race. If you do you will be branded either a black lover or black hater. Of those that are dumb enough to engage in the conversation it is clear that they are equally hateful and divisive regardless of their point of view.

Both sides are repulsive, reflexive and are generally arrogant pricks that don’t really care about blacks but instead are solely focused on their own insecurities and their internal deficiencies. They project those issues onto everyone involved, hence their inability to understand what is being said or what is happening.

The real sickness is the vile nature of those involved in the debate. They are some of the worst people on the planet.

Accuracyplease July 16, 2015 at 9:59 am

Having just condemned Both sides Albert, I guess that makes you twice as bad.

Original Good Old Boy July 16, 2015 at 11:15 am

Was the author of the piece also “continuing to fight the war” when he made commentary about it? Are you really this simple.

Accuracyplease July 16, 2015 at 12:41 pm

Hey, not my fault the dullards from the South can’t stop being The lamest of all Americans. ¯_(?)_/¯

And apparently as you just can’t help continuing to prove it, don’t blame the rest of us for noticing. Or, put another way….Duh.

Original Good Old Boy July 16, 2015 at 1:45 pm

Do you have anything of substance to add? Like something contrary to what I posted? Seems like you just link articles from self-loathing southerners and then follow up with non sequiturs.
What the fuck does “dullards from the South being lame americans” have to do with anything I said? Are we in middle school or something here? Since you want to stoop to silly and off-point insults, I find it quite ironic that you are calling someone else a dullard.

Elfego July 16, 2015 at 10:36 am

I wonder if Jenny ever worked in Georgetown?

9" July 16, 2015 at 6:45 pm

Her Grandpappy also told her,she’s the best french-kisser in the state…


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