>Republican Woman

>Okay, this is currently going viral, and it’s well done so I thought I’d share it. But for the record, I’m not entirely comfortable with the message. Being a proud liberal woman let me remind everyone: the problem with these candidates is not their gender, but the fact that they are barking mad and not anything close to being fit for office. And there are plenty of Republican men who can join them in the nuthouse as far as I’m concerned.

Still, it’s a riff on a classic song from 1970, so I’m not gonna get my thong in a twist about it. No harm, no foul. Enjoy:

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6 responses to “>Republican Woman

  1. >"Witch won."Priceless!JzB

  2. >And there are plenty of Republican men who can join them in the nuthouse as far as I'm concerned.Yes. And never let the misogynist, bigot party get away with their misleading counterclaims (e.g. The Left got Juan Williams fired, because they're the "real racists").It's never anything but muddying the waters with these propagandists.~

  3. >Republican women are the only the thing the party has going for them right now. But even the republicans don't truly honor them or believe in them. They're just comic relief to the same old tired acts. That's why they're gonna lose in my home state. Not one single prominent California republican has so much as come out with an endorsement for Carly, Meg, or any of the lesser local candidates. No love there.We have a long and venerable tradition of inspiring and intellectual female leadership going back more than twenty years in every level of state, local and federal government. They're democrats. The republican female candidates have no experience in government whatsoever. It's like they were just dropped off by a spaceship.

  4. >Republican women are the only the thing the party has going for them right now.You forgot the adjective "young", else Olympia Snowe would have been on the ticket in 2008.To paraphrase Jesse Helms' old ad, "Snowe was the best qualified for the job, but the GOP had to hire a MILF."

  5. >What Jesse Helms ad is that, TK?

  6. >The one from 1984, focusing on a pair of white man's "Hands".Any time a Democrat is in danger of not trying enough to be a Republican during a campaign in rural or swing states, it's a reliable free repeat on TV, because for every political analyst therein, every such race is North Carolina circa 1984.