Thursday, January 21, 2010

Oh, Daddy!

During his acceptance speech on Tuesday night, Senator-elect, Scott Brown playfully said his beautiful, adult daughters were "available."

As you can see in the video, everybody laughed. His wife and his youngest daughter howled harder than anybody.

It was an innocent, family moment. But, the Bill Maher-ish, sex-obsessed folks on the left are try to portray it as something sleezy in order to gain some kind of political advantage.



On blogs, TV, radio and, even comment sections on You Tube, the words "pimping", "whoring" and "prostitution" are being tossed around more often than an episode of HBO's Cathouse.

This, of course, is all being done by a group of sore losers who know this couldn't be further from the truth.

The overwhelming majority of us-- including these self-serving nimrods who feign outrage-- have all been embarrassed by a relative at a wedding or a funeral or Thanksgiving dinner who tries to find us a "mate." "My son is single, you know." "My nephew is quite the catch." And yes, "My beautiful daughter has recently become available."

It has nothing to do with offering up a younger member of the family for sexual favors.

Scott Brown did not recreate the infamous scene from Pretty Baby where a pre-teen Brooke Sheilds is carried around on a platter and sold to the highest bidder. He merely did what many fathers do: he tried to find a boyfriend for his little girls.

Of course, uber-left Keith Olberman said of the Massachusetts Senator, "In Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against woman and against politicians with whom he disagrees."

As opposed to Ted Kennedy, who was a "drunken, irresponsible, womanizer, murderer who, thank goodness, was not an ex-nude model, but I'm guessing really loved teabagging."

Methinks Olberman has a man-crush on the ex-nude model. And I think the people who are portraying Brown as a creepy, old guy, secretly want to sleep with the Brown sisters even thought they'd hate themselves because they're both evil Republicans. It's all about projection.

I really believe, however, that they're lying because... well... they can.

8 comments:

Nickie Goomba said...

Olberman strikes be as the kind of guy who suffers a political defeat, throws back 7 or 8 peach daiquiris, and goes home to have his mom make him Mickey Mouse pancakes.

Kent said...

"Sex-obsessed folks on the left?" Methinks you overlooked Mr. Teabags himself, Glenn Beck, and his "I want a chastity belt on this man" rant. Hard to beat "this could end with a dead intern." Case you missed it.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/abraham/detail?entry_id=55782

Traci Skene said...

You need to re-calibrate your outrage meter. Unlike Keith Olberman, Beck was laughing throughout his "rant." He was saying it was bad because there are psychos out there who would misinterpret the "avaialble" line. And, he's right. People did.

The fact that you called him Mr. Teabag shows which side of the political aisle you're on. I went to the 9/12 rally in DC. I'm not a "Teabagger."

Traci Skene said...

You need to re-calibrate your outrage meter. Unlike Keith Olberman, Beck was laughing throughout his "rant." He was saying it was bad because there are psychos out there who would misinterpret the "avaialble" line. And, he's right. People did.

The fact that you called him Mr. Teabag shows which side of the political aisle you're on. I went to the 9/12 rally in DC. I'm not a "Teabagger."

Anthony said...

Yeah, once the name calling and insults get hurled, instead of facts, you know where the person's worldview and ideology is. Once you find that out, you sort of start pitying them because they haven't had the opportunity to open their minds from the brainwashing that was done to them from the gunvernment school system that they were probably brought up with.

I went to 3 Tea Parties... Two were during the Ron Paul Campaign, the other one was April 15th during Barry's first Tax Day.

This Brown guy is still a neocon shill, but I would rather have this Neo-con shill rather than that woman whose policies scared the crap out of me.

Kent said...

I beg to differ. Although Beck is, at times, laughing he very clearly says he doesn't trust Scott Brown. Even when his off-camera sidekick tries to be a voice of reason, Beck says no, no, no and thinks Scott should be forced to where a chastity belt and an ankle bracelet, and be monitored. His focus isn't on the"psychos" out there but on the "creepy" Brown.

And, perhaps by Mr. Teabags I wasn't referring to the 9/12 rally but playing off the homoeroticism of Kennedy and an overwrought, huffy Olberman that you suggested in your post.

I'm saying I think you hit the nail on the head when you said "self-serving nimrods who feign outrage". All of the above included.

George J said...

I think the Left is still pissed off by Brown's saying we our tax money should go to fight terrorists, not to pay for lawyers for them!

That was like a kick in the crotch to them!

Nickie Goomba said...

I don't have much respect for anyone who refers to the tax protesters as "tea-baggers". It displays an ignorance or disrespect for individuals who chose to replicate the actions of our forefathers who objected to unfair and excessive taxation by dramatically and non-violently making their voices heard. Not unlike King or Ghandi.

Can the Left possibly respect the process without necessarily accepting the argument? They seem incapable of looking past their Marxisr dogma.