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13 Responses to ““RNC’s below-the-belt shot at Nancy Pelosi””
RNC Train Wreck Continues: Ad Casts Pelosi As “Pussy Galore”…
The time has come to ask whether the Republican party’s bigwigs are determined to turn their once Grand Old issue-oriented, serious political Party into a cult or talk radio extension. The RNC’s latest ad is sure to get it lots of attentio…
I’ve heard about raising the bar, but Politico is raising the belt. Since when can’t you criticize what someone says, especially when they say so many things. Does this mean we can only judge someone by whether they mean well?
Normally I don’t really care when the indefensible is justified by the they-did-it-first explanation but I would like to point out the comparative over the top savagery in the Left’s attacks of on Gov Palin to the really lame implication that Speaker Pelosi is Pussy Galore. What the heck, in the movie she has a change of heart and helps the good guys. How is that a negative.
What’s next? Pull out all the stops, and call her a c*nt? Way to go, RNC–ostensibly the party of sober policy and family values. (More like the party of towel-snapping, ’50s-era retards, judging from this new video.) Yeah, this’ll really appeal to the women’s swing vote.
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