Cat Fight !!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by AK Forty Seven, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. Bachmann’s strategist, slams Sarah Palin



    Political observers have been trying for weeks to cast a potential 2012 catfight between tea party poster girls Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann—even though Bachmann has long been a vocal supporter of Palin and vice versa.

    But as the Minnesota lawmaker prepares to launch her White House bid, it appears at least one person in the Bachmann camp is willing to take on Palin.

    Per Politico's Ben Smith, Ed Rollins, Bachmann's newly hired political adviser, let loose on the former Alaska governor in a radio interview today with Fox News's Brian Kilmeade, implying she's a joke of a candidate.

    "Sarah has not been serious over the last couple of years," Rollins said. "She got the vice presidential thing handed to her. She didn't go to work in the sense of trying to gain more substance. She gave up her governorship."

    Bachmann, he said, is the more established GOP candidate; he called her the 2012 field's "best communicator" since Mike Huckabee decided to skip the race.

    "Michele Bachmann and others [have] worked hard, she has been a leader of the tea party, which is a very important element here," he said. "She has been an attorney. She has done important things with family values."

    It's unclear if Bachmann agrees with her new political strategist's comments, but Rollins' remarks are notable in that Bachmann will have to seek to distinguish herself from Palin sooner rather than later, especially as the ex-Alaska governor considers her own 2012 run.

    So far, few candidates—with the exception of Rick Santorum—have been willing to aggressively go after their potential opponents, out of fear of alienating GOP supporters. The dirty work is usually left to political strategists, and Rollins, long a vet of bruising presidential campaigns, has proven repeatedly in the past to be up to the task.
     
  2. I can't wait to see their presidential debates! :D
     
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  4. Why do effeminate liberal "men" attack conservative women?
     
  5. Didn't know that Ed Rollins was effeminate or liberal :confused:


    "Per Politico's Ben Smith, Ed Rollins, Bachmann's newly hired political adviser, let loose on the former Alaska governor in a radio interview today with Fox News's Brian Kilmeade, implying she's a joke of a candidate."
     
  6. ............ (banned alias) was an effeminate liberal "man" who attacked conservative women.
     
  7. I'd like to hear Karl Roves opinion on that as well


    http://www.aolnews.com/2010/10/28/karl-rove-slams-palin-for-president/


    Karl Rove Slams Palin for President

    Tell us how you really feel about her, Karl.

    In an interview with the British newspaper The Telegraph, Karl Rove, President George W. Bush's so-called "brain," offered a few thoughts about Sarah Palin. Essentially, Rove argues that Palin, who left office midway through her first term in office as governor of Alaska, doesn't have what it takes to be elected president.

    Surveying the prospective field of candidates, Rove told the Telegraph, "You can make a plausible case for any of them on paper, but it is not going to be paper in 2011. It's going to be blood, it's going to be sweat and tears and it's going to be effort."

    As proof that Palin, specifically, was not up to that challenge, Rove cited the promotional teaser from Palin's new reality show, "Sarah Palin's Alaska," in which the tea party champion declares, "I would rather be doing this than in some stuffy old political office."

    "With all due candor, appearing on your own reality show on the Discovery Channel," Rove said, "I am not certain how that fits in the American calculus of 'that helps me see you in the Oval Office.' "

    Rove then continued with his assessment of Palin's chances of replacing President Barack Obama as the primary resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

    "There are high standards that the American people have for it [the presidency] and they require a certain level of gravitas," Rove said, "and they want to look at the candidate and say, 'That candidate is doing things that gives me confidence that they are up to the most demanding job in the world.' "

    In recent weeks, something of a feud has developed between Rove and Palin. In the wake of tea party candidate Christine O'Donnell's victory in the Delaware Republican Senate primary, Rove declared that O'Donnell couldn't win in the general election based on all the "nutty things" the candidate had said over the years. Palin, who has championed O'Donnell's candidacy, angrily shot back that Rove should "buck up" and get with the program, which he eventually did, to some extent.
     
  8. Range Rover (banned alias) was an effeminate liberal "man" who attacked conservative women.
     
  9. Karl Rove does not have hundreds of posts attacking conservative women like you do.
     
  10. Range Rover attacked women consistently.

    Range Rover is also guilty of liking small weiners.
     
    #10     Jun 8, 2011