Friday, April 1, 2011

Wisconsin GOP's Male-Patterned Badness

It's revealed in the sexist trifecta of Prosser's "total bitch" attack on Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson, the Dane County Republican's snottiness directed at Circuit Court Judge Maryann Sumi and Scott Walker's all-out offensive against Wisconsin women.'

There isn't enough Rogaine in the state to fix it.


Anonymous said...

So the mean male Republicans are picking on the poor, defenseless liberal women. If you can't stand the heat,... Yet Kloppenburg still runs her false sexual-assault attack ad against Prosser even though the victim has asked her to request the ad be pulled. I don't see how you can support her. The woman has no shame.

Ron R said...

Is is sexist to tell someone they are being a "total bitch" if they are being a total bitch, or is it a statement of fact?
Defintion: Arrogance: liberal blogger who links his/her opinion posts as proof his/her opinion posts are factual.
Not doing an analysis or crunching numbers but implying an opinion is fact is what we used to call in school a SWAG. Consult any engineering student for a definiton of SWAG.

James Rowen said...

To Ron R; The links provide URL's to items - - a video, state budgetary materials and a Republican Party web posting. You need to read more carefully before you post these comments.

James Rowen said...

To Anon: The ad is not run by Kloppenberg. She has no control over it. The facts are not in dispute. And your side has little moral high ground from which to complain about ads, given the scurrilous ad run by Gableman himself against Louis Butler - - an ad investigators found misleading and which Gableman defended as free speech.

Shame? Please.

JB said...

Jim, don't you always complain about conflating? I don't like the Republican ads any more than you, but I think you just got caught on that petard thing ... [Insert smiley face.]

James Rowen said...

JB - - What bugs me, and I try not to do it, is to immediately f\go to "well, look over here at the other side..."