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Saturday, October 9, 2010


Wrap your head around this one. On October 7th, a recording captured an associate of Democrat candidate for Governor of California Jerry Brown calling his female opponent, Meg Whitman a 'whore' and one day later, the National Organization for Women (NOW) endorses Jerry Brown's candidacy. A more glistening and steaming pile of cow dung hypocrisy you will never find. If this scenario isn't proof positive that NOW has no interest in defending women but instead, furthering an agenda, those who don't see it (some of which are women by the way), are brain dead.

Via the LA Times:
Jerry Brown announced he has received the endorsement of the National Organization for Women, less than 24 hours after the emergence of a recorded message in which Brown can be heard in a conversation with advisors in which someone calls Whitman a "whore." Coincidence? You be the judge.

Whitman's campaign pounced after the audio was made public, sending out a release Thursday night from spokeswoman Sarah Pompei calling the use of the term "an insult to both Meg Whitman and to the women of California. This is an appalling and unforgivable smear against Meg Whitman. At the very least Mr. Brown tacitly approved this despicable slur and he himself may have used the term at least once on this recording."

As if on cue, Brown's campaign Friday released the endorsement from NOW championing Brown's record on women's rights. "As Governor, Mayor, and Attorney General, Jerry Brown has promoted and defended women’s rights,” said California NOW President Patty Bellasalma.
Perhaps Christine O'Donnell can now add NOW President Patty Bellasalma to her list of people to quote.

h/t to Weasel Zippers


I'm sorry but this is pathetic. It is exactly this kind of mentality that leads to Republicans 'reaching across the aisle.' Christine O'Donnell is already showing signs that she's going to play the political game in Washington in this interview. If she is 'us' as her political ad says, sucking up to Hillary Clinton is not forgivable. Does she not understand that the people going to the mat for her think Hillary Clinton has been and continues to be an unmitigated disaster? I'm not saying this is a deal breaker but it should be. Hopefully, her constituents forcefully let her know that calling Hillary Clinton a 'great senator' is unacceptable and an obvious attempt to gain political points with those not in her camp.

Instead of deciding on sycophancy, O'Donnell should have reminded Greta that it was Hillary who should have been challenged on the witchcraft issue for talking to the dead while in the White House (Eleanor Roosevelt and Ghandi). Remember, it was Hillary's husband Bill who mocked O'Donnell just last month. After O'Donnell was done praising Hillary the socialist, she quoted Gloria Steinem.

This is disgusting. She's running on a platform that believes current politicians don't represent their constituents and she's saying things that her supporters vehemently disagree with. If I lived in Delaware, this one may have kept me home on election day.

If Christine wants to represent the Tea Party, she can't give these answers and if she believes Hillary Clinton was a great senator, I've got huge problems with her as a candidate. If she said it for political reasons and doesn't truly believe it, she lied and she's not even in office yet. She wasn't even asked about Hillary; she brought her up voluntarily. The answer she should have given to Greta's question, asking her if there's a Democrat she admires would have been much better if she'd have said:

A retired one.

Fast forward to the 8:20 mark. Sickening.

h/t to HapBlog


Two different clips here from the same radio show on October 6, 2010. While appearing on the Michael Baisden Radio Show, Barack Obama engaged in a brand of fear mongering perhaps never before seen from someone holding his office. Telling listeners that Republicans who are fighting to win this November 2nd are attempting to 'Hijack Democracy,' Obama finds extremely willing participants in the hosts of the show, who then ask what they can do to guarantee a second term for Obama.

The notion that this man and the Democrats run honest campaigns is beyond laughable, which means it's beyond disingenuous for him to accuse his opponents of attempting to 'hijack democracy.' I think we're seeing why Mr. Obama had such a problem with the Supreme Court Ruling in Citizens United vs. FEC.

Here is clip #1 from Verum Serum

In clip #2, Obama takes the fear of a hijacked democracy and tells listeners what it will mean on Capitol Hill if Republicans win back the House and / or the Senate. I think it's a safe bet to say this Alinsky-ite is NOT going to moderate. If the Republicans take back the House, Darrell Issa (R-CA) will become chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee and he has a buffet of potential investigations into this administration to choose from. My guess is that the New Black Panther Party case will be at or near the top of the list.

Kinda reminds me of this from June of 2008, via the WSJ:
Mobster wisdom tells us never to bring a knife to a gun fight. But what does political wisdom say about bringing a gun to a knife fight?

That’s exactly what Barack Obama said he would do to counter Republican attacks “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said at a Philadelphia fundraiser Friday night. “Because from what I understand folks in Philly like a good brawl. I’ve seen Eagles fans.”
While we're at it, let's not forget this one from September of 2008 (keep your eye on the guy in the background with his hat turned sideways as he chews on his girlfriend's hair):

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