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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by DaveFla, Jan 22, 2014.
She ain't gonna be the governor of Texas and her political career is now on the down hill slide.
I thought conservatives might be a little more stoked about someone aiding their argument that marriage is the best cure for poverty. Anyways, if anyone is interested in a female perspective:
That is how you usually know your position is the correct. If you can't counter the message, attack the messenger.
Perhaps if she had credited her marriage it might have. The issue is first and foremost her tangential relationship with the truth and willingness to rely on the fictional dramatization of her own life for political gain.
Basically what CHF said - the name calling is used to short circuit discussion of the actual merits. The technique was pretty successful for a while, but it's been so overused (especially wrt Obama) that it doesn't seem to work as well as it did.
Seems about on par with Rubio claiming that his parents came here to flee Castro - i.e. a "fictional dramatization of his life for political gain." In both cases, embellishing the time line in a more narrative friendly way.
Really, I don't see this being something particularly damaging or unusual in politics.
Doesn't make me think much of Rubio, but it also occurs to me to wonder how long prior to Castro *winning* was the violence going on -- his account and those facts may not be mutually exclusive. But I don't have the same defect others have where something bad is good because the other side has someone did it too.
I saw in one report that her ex with custody of her children acquired a court decree that she have no alcohol or illegal drugs within 24 hours before visits.
She and sandra fluke would make a great team. Would have the before and after covered on sex. And both spun great narratives re their bios. Probably advised by elizabeth warren.
Please, please, please guys on the right, keep making with the misogyny.
After all, women don't vote, so keep calling them dirty sluts and gold diggers in the media.
Abortion Barbie just issued a statement saying her opponents have "never walked in her shoes." The Pub is paraplegic. How Bidenesque of her.
Eh, he became a paraplegic when a tree fell on him at the age of 27 (in 1984).
If you really wanted an off-color joke at his expense you wouldn't say that he "never walked in my shoes," you'd say that "he hasn't walked in my shoes in the last 30 or so years" or "he apparently forgot what it is like to walk . . . in my shoes."
You long since forfeited any credibility on this subject with your Palin and Bachman bile. Davis is being criticized for her lies, not her sex, nor are her lies being considered worse for reason of her sex. The only misogyny to be found in this thread is for those to whom it's just a fancy word.
The right better get ready for being labelled "sexist" ad nauseum by the white liberal media over the next few years. The racist tag has served its purpose with Obama's re-coronation. Wendy Davis is just John the Baptist, the one who is preparing the path for the feminist messiah Hillary.
Link? I'm going to take a quess... Breitbart?
I thought we were supposed to make all possible personal attacks on politicians. It's a civic duty or something. If they do not get along with a family member, then it means their politics are bad.
This charge has appeared on a number of right wing sites. It has been exposed as standard boiler plate language that routinely appears on divorce documents/petitions in the state of Texas and not necessarily language pertaining specifically to the Davis divorce. A Texas attorney posting on one of the sites linked to documentation of another divorce in Texas that uses this language. He urged doubters to search sites like Lexis, Westlaw for further evidence of this boilerplate language.
Scroll to page page 38, #7.
http://therightscoop.com/uh-oh-wend...tScoop (The Right Scoop)&utm_content=My Yahoo
Print all the facts the voting public needs to know to make an informed decision, but innuendo and out right deception by right wing sites that make charges such as these is slimy tactics indeed.
His lawyers are now responsible for 'slimy tactics' used by 'right wing tactics'? Good to know.
It seems that since this is 'boiler plate language that routinely appears on divorce documents/petitions in the state of Texas' your beef should be with the lawyers, not the so-called "right wing sites". Don't you agree?
it's apparently routine language in many divorce decrees, but some rightwingers are trying to act as those it's specifically about her.
That's a bit of nonsyntactical, incoherent obfuscation. Care to clarify?
I don't live in Texas. I'm not seeking a divorce. I don't have a "beef."