Saturday, March 8, 2014

CPAC 2014 ~ Lookit, We Have Crazy Women Speakers, Also Too

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CPAC 2014: Guns in the Air, Clowns on the Stairs
CPAC 2014: Persecution and Putin-Envy


One question I've asked several times over the past few days is where are all the women of CPAC? There are only a few showing up in pictures I've seen, and even fewer on the stage. So today should be a relief except that the two women on the docket are Ann Coulter and Sarah Palin, who was actually banned from last year's CPAC, just like Chris Christie. What a difference a year makes! Oh wait . . . it's still the same old #GOP after all.

LA Times: The CPAC Gender Gap
. . . the CPAC mobile app listed 163 speakers and panelists. Men outnumber women by far.
The breakdown: 128 men (78%) vs 35 (21%) women. That’s a 57% gender gap, people. If Republicans have any hope of stopping the Democrats' blockbuster narrative that they are waging a war on women, they must first solve their own war of attrition on women.
. . . Even a writer on the conservative website,, was brutal: “CPAC could have invited South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley or New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez," wrote Mary Chastain. "These women are not only in a position of power, but they are also minorities. Martinez can reach out to women and the Latino vote, which leans to the left. They did not even bring in Condoleezza Rice … she is respected on both sides of the aisle. CPAC also left out Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.”


I do not like this, Uncle Sam.
I do not like this healthcare scam.
I do not like these dirty crooks
Or how they cry and cook the books
I do not like when Congress steals
I do not like their crony deals
I do not like 'oh yes, we can'
I do not like this spending spree
We're smart, we know nothing's free
I do not like reporters' smug replies
When I complain about their lies
I do not like this kind of hope
And we won't take it
Nope, nope, nope!
~ Ex-Alaska Governor Sarah Palin

Mr. President, the only thing that stops a bad guy with a nuke is a good guy with a nuke.

The other party talks a lot about nominating a woman in 2016, and that's fine. But she's going to have a lot of tough questions that she's going to have to answer.
. . . We will have a woman for president, just the right one.
. . . Don't forget, we are the party, the only party, that had a woman on the presidential ticket this century.
~ Michelle Bachmann, R-Minnesota and former Republican Presidential Candidate, Dissing Hillary Clinton

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. . . it’s a cruel and Selfish thing…for the upper classes…to refuse to tell poor people ‘keep your knees together before you’re married' – that would solve so many of life’s problems.
. . . people who (are) crossing the border illegally in the back of trucks marked, you know, ‘pico de gallo,’ hiding in barrels, running from the border guard – it’s not like they didn’t know what they were doing was wrong.
. . . My favorite network for humor is MSNBC. They’re always sneering, demographics are changing. No this isn’t a natural process. It’s like you’re being raped and the guy is telling you ‘my penis is in you.’ No, you’re raping me. Demographics are changing by force. There is nothing natural about it.
~ Ann Coulter, scared of the demographics, via The Blaze


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