Cleanup in aisle 4:
The McCain campaign is sharply disputing a claim by the New Mexico arm of NARAL Pro-Choice that it had three of the group’s members barred from the Arizona Senator’s event in Albuquerque yesterday.
A McCain aide, Jeff Sadosky, said hotel security and the Albuquerque police asked the abortion rights activists to leave the event after McCain’s campaign had given them passes to enter.
But I keep hearing on the cable channels that it is Obama who has a problem with women…
(Entire post idea stolen from a clever commenter from the other day.)
*** Update ***
And you remember the idiocy from certain Hillary supporters last month over Pattis Solis Doyle working for Obama? A refresher:
“It’s a slap in the face,” Susie Tompkins Buell, a prominent Clinton backer, said in an interview. “Why would they put somebody that was so clearly ineffective in such a position? It’s a message. We get it.” She said it was a “calculated decision” by the Obama team to “send a message that she [Clinton] is not being considered for the ticket.”
Well, guess what? Doyle approached Clinton before taking the offer and got her blessings:
She says the move to Obama came with “very complicated emotions” because of that past. So she checked with her old boss before joining Obama’s team.
“She’s a friend of mine and I just wanted to, both on a personal and professional level, let her know what I was doing and make sure that she was, you know, good with it. And she was,” Solis Doyle said.
The two exchanged phones calls — but kept missing each other — so Solis Doyle sent Clinton an e-mail. She said Clinton congratulated her and told her she was sure she would do a great job. The two have kept in contact via e-mail but haven’t had a chance to “really, really talk” since the primary campaign ended.
Reality is constantly a slap in the face to these jackasses.
Repeat after me. Obama does not have a problem with Jewish voters. Obama does not have a problem with women. Obama does not have a problem with Hispanics.
The media has a vested interest in making this election closer than it is- you all saw their performance in the primary, where every fantasy about Hillary coming back and winning was entertained, no matter how absurd, no matter that the race was, for all intents and purposes, over in March. So stop buying into the bullshit from the media, the McCain campaign, and the Hillary dead enders at NOIQ and other places.