stickmangrit wrote:but i mean that in the nicest way possible.
seriously, these are the guys you're acknowledging for the moral high ground? think about that for a minute.
As I said, there's a lot of nastiness on both sides. I think the liberals are worse. You don't.
was the "babygate" thing out of line? perhaps. was i a little to quick to buy into it? yeah, but in all fairness it seemed a whole lot more plausible at eleven minutes into the morning with a fair amount of Jack, Johnny, and Red Stripe in my system(couldn't afford Jameson).
Ya know, stick, it wasn't the babygate part that I objected to so much (if what you're referring to is the question of whether Trig was Sara's child or Bristol's child) because that involved the candidate and her choices that showed her character. The part that made me write my post was the parts that seemed to solely attack the candidate's daughter
- the whole "knocked up" thing that just assumed right off the bat that the relationship wasn't a good one - that's why I asked if NHB actually knew anything about the relationship. I mean, I suppose technically my husband knocked me up three times, but there's a lot of negative connotations with that phrase, and I doubted if NHB was justified in using it at the time that he did.
He still hasn't answered if he knew anything about the relationship when he wrote that little gem.
look, this is a women who engaged in some ridiculously risky behavior during the birth of her last child, and is taking a position which will eat up all of her time despite the fact that she's got a pregnant seventeen year old daughter and a newborn who's still dependent on her nipples as a food supply. and no, i don't feel it's sexist for me to say that.
I doubt if most liberals would agree with you, but I'm happy to see your opinion on this. There's hope for you yet!
(please take that as it's meant - as a friendly ribbing from someone that usually holds an opposing viewpoint
... the media scrutiny here is valid.
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