Carol Platt Liebau: Wow.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Wow.

This is the work of Lamont supporter Jane Hamscher, originally posted at the Huffington Post -- now, mysteriously disappeared.

After having spent the day campaigning for Ned Lamont yesterday, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton remain suspiciously silent.

Is the message that it's okay to put blackface on a candidate -- so long as it's done in the name of a candidate that Sharpton & Jackson support?

8 Comments:

Blogger Dittohead said...

While you are calling us crazy, looney lefties, evil, hateful, traitors, etc. And while your candidates doctor 911 images and swift-boat verterans of war.... your complaining is hillarious!

9:59 AM  
Blogger COPioneer said...

Of course, if the left can't play their racism card, where would they be?

And you can add dillusional to your lefty list dhead.

10:49 AM  
Blogger wrabkin said...

The image didn't "mysteriously disappear." It was pulled after a long and serious apology by Ms Hamsher for her lapse in taste.

See, when a liberal does something wrong, we apologize. Righties either pretend they were right all along or pretend they never did it. Or, if we're talking about Michelle Malkin, both.

11:44 AM  
Blogger eLarson said...

The image didn't "mysteriously disappear." It was pulled after a long and serious apology by Ms Hamsher for her lapse in taste.

It read to me as a pro forma non-apology apology. That is "I'm sorry you were offended."

It was replaced inexplicably by a logotype for the College Republicans.

12:01 PM  
Blogger amber said...

wuzzadem has a really funny post about this
http://wuzzadem.typepad.com/

6:27 PM  
Blogger HouseOfSin said...

If anyone cares, the graphic is still visible via HuffPost's RSS feed. The original article, with picture, in its entirety can be read there.

As for Hamsher, why is anyone dignifying her bloviations? I haven't taken her seriously for some time. And anyone who needs to conjure up an awful graphic like that to make a point doesn't have one worth making. Moving on . . .

Lieberman. Quaint I guess but true: His duty is to Connecticut, and their duty is to themselves. If they truly find Lamont better for their interests, so be it.

I don't buy it, that Lamont is that much better for Conn, but I don't have to. And anyway, maybe I'm wrong. Maybe Lamont is that appealing.

7:36 AM  
Blogger Cliff said...

eLarson, "it read to me as a pro forma non-apology apology. That is "I'm sorry you were offended."
I heard her on the radio and she said, "To those who were offended..." That's not an apology, that's an excuse!

9:50 AM  
Blogger eLarson said...

I guess my perception matches reality. That's good for me.

Rather pathetic for her.

Incidentally, there's some pics of Jane Hamsher hanging out with Ned Lamont over at Ace of Spades HQ. (ace.mu.nu).

Lamont's statement "I don't know anything about the blogs. I'm not responsible for those. I have no comment on them" might be technically true, but it appears he knows the blogger in question well enough.

10:39 AM  

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