“Abortion Barbie” becomes “Dildo Davis”: democrat candidates get desperate

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Boy is it getting ugly.

As democrat candidates lose ground, they become more desperate and vicious. Wendy Davis has already derided Greg Abbott for being in a wheelchair and now she slides right into the gutter:

Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis earlier this month was pilloried in the press for her attack ad that prominently highlighted the fact that her Republican opponent Attorney General Greg Abbott uses a wheelchair. Davis took her attacks to a new level on Monday by strongly implying Abbott would support an interracial marriage ban, despite the fact that Abbott is married to a Latina. But less than three hours later, Davis again topped herself by forwarding an attack on Abbott about an unlikely issue: dildos.

In an emailed press release, Wendy Davis For Governor passed along an article from progressive magazine The Texas Observer entitled “Greg Abbott: Dildos? Against ‘em. Interracial Marriage? No Comment.” The piece attacks Abbott for his supposed reluctance to say whether he’d defend interracial marriage and his defense of Texas’ ban on the sale of sex toys.

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Meanwhile, the Kay Hagan campaign has pumped out some campaign leaflets that suggest should she lose the election Barack Obama will be lynched:

The race in North Carolina for Senate is well on its way to being the most expensive Senate race in history, expected to top $100 million by the time it’s over. The contest between incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis is also turning incredibly ugly.

Churchgoers in Fayetteville returned to their cars Sunday to find a political flyer on their windshield — which is to be expected 16 days before an election. But this flyer was different from the normal “Vote for candidate X” or “Oppose ballot question Y” fliers people are used to. This flyer was a picture of the lynching of a black man by a white crowd with the words “Kay Hagan Doesn’t WIN! Obama’s IMPEACHMENT Will Begin! Vote in 2014.”

Both campaigns seem to be disintegrating, but the Hagan campaign puts on the front page the contempt it has for the intelligence of black voters. Both she and Davis deserve to lose. Badly.

BTW, the mainstream media has little to no interest in any of this.

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235 Responses to ““Abortion Barbie” becomes “Dildo Davis”: democrat candidates get desperate”

  1. 201

    Redteam

    @Richard+Wheeler:

    D-48 assuming Orman caucuses with Dems.

    Just curious, if you were ‘truly’ independent, why would you caucus with the losing side? Do you suppose his vote will be for sale if the final count, excluding him is R 50 D 49?

  2. 202

    Redteam

    Rich, here are my 10 for this week, let’s both pick on these, then you give 5 more and I’ll give 5 more a total of 20 picks for the week.
    #16Ohio State Buckeyes(7-1)At #8Michigan State Spartans(7-1)RT
    #9Kansas State Wildcats(7-1)At#7TCU Horned Frogs(7-1)RT
    #22UCLA Bruins(7-2)AtWashington Huskies(6-3)RT
    Michigan Wolverines(4-5)At Northwestern Wildcats(3-5)RT
    #20West Virginia Mountaineers(6-3RT)At Texas Longhorns(4-5)
    #10Notre Dame Fighting Irish(7-1)At #14Arizona State Sun Devils(7-1)RT
    Iowa Hawkeyes(6-2)At Minnesota Golden Gophers(6-2)RT
    #13Baylor Bears(7-1)At #18Oklahoma Sooners(6-2)RT
    #5Oregon Ducks(8-1)RTAt #17Utah Utes(6-2)
    #6Alabama Crimson Tide(7-1)At #19LSU Tigers(7-2)RT

    These are also the ESPN pickem

  3. 204

    Richard Wheeler

    @Redteam: I’LL TAKE
    MSU–K.STATE–UCLA–MICHIGAN–WVA–IRISH–MINN.–BAYLOR–OREGON(PICK EM TO WIN CHAMPIONSHIP)–ALABAMA. Six different

    Went 31-2 in Senate picks Missed N.C. and Kansas. Should have had em all. Congrats to Repubs.

  4. 207

    Redteam

    @Richard Wheeler:
    both are closely ranked and play is away for both. LSU at home, very likely winner, have their act together a little better than early games.
    If I were picking an upset, it would be Oregon to lose to the Utes.

  5. 208

    Richard Wheeler

    @Redteam: FYI According to professional oddsmakers you’re picking 4 upsets now LSU MINN NW and WASH are all underdogs. I’ve ALSO picked 4 dogs MINN ND BAYLOR and K. STATE.
    I’ll be rooting for LSU to win one for The Gipper.
    Think Oregon goes undefeated from here out.

  6. 209

    Nanny

    @Richard+Wheeler: Landrieu is out 12/6. If Orman is true indie his vote will be for sale—Lets call it 52-47-1 Highest bidder.

    Pat Roberts defeated Greg Orman to win fourth U.S. Senate term.
    As for Mary, she is thrown under the bus.
    She won’t even be able to fund raise much for her runoff next month.
    But she’s in good company.
    Have you been listening to obama today?
    He’s thrown Reid under the bus.
    Pelosi, too.
    All the Dems in federal office, in point of fact.
    It’s been amusing to watch.

  7. 210

    Redteam

    @Richard Wheeler: I agree LSU is upset, Minn, nah, even, but have homefield, NW-Mich tossup, but NW has homefield, Wash, barely.
    You’re not seriously claiming ND and Baylor are dogs? KSU slight dog, very slight, Minn-tossup.
    If Or gets by this one, they should walk the others.

  8. 211

    Redteam

    @Nanny: Yes Landrieu is out but she won’t have any problems raising money for ads. Dimocrat party has already bought 1.8 million in ads.
    Obama, “throwing them under the bus” is a sympathy move. He’s being picked on and abandoned by the non-racists. He’s playing for the racists to band together.
    I find it interesting that 30 of the 31 candidates, that the Clinton’s campaigned for, lost.

  9. 213

    Richard Wheeler

    @Redteam: I’m just telling you what the professional odds makers– say.ND +2.5 Baylor +5 Minn +2 KSU +5.5 NW +1.5 LSU +7 Wash +3.5. Obviously you and I have already proven we are amateurs.
    Now politics— I was 31-2. Day before election Biden claimed Orman was gonna caucus with Dems. Probably cost Indie the win. Hagen in N.C. did last 3 day add with BHO—bye bye to her chances. I’d have been 33-0.

  10. 214

    Redteam

    @Richard Wheeler: So you’re saying if you hadn’t missed any, you would have been 33-0, sounds reasonable. and if I hadn’t missed any, I would have been 33-0. As it is, we were both 31-2.
    Baylor is 13, OU is 18 and Baylor is the dog? Huh?
    ND 10 Asu 14 and ND is the Dog? See why I don’t bet. All those people that vote in polls that put ND at no. 10 and ASU and No. 14, obviously don’t really have a clue as to who is the best. Right?

    I guess they’ll have a recount in Va before they declare the winner. either that or they’ll find that ballot box full of votes for Warner in the junk yard in Suburban DC.

  11. 215

    Richard+Wheeler

    @Redteam: It’s all a game. Just try to do your best–hind sight is 20-20. ASU has moved to 9 in one poll but trails ND in A.P. and coaches poll. Remember home field is worth 3-5 points.
    Nobody knows who is the best–if they did why bother to play the game lol
    Which 2 did you miss in Senate race? My 2 misses were posted here.
    SORRY FOR THE DUPLICATION BELOW

  12. 218

    Redteam

    @Richard+Wheeler: I didn’t look in detail at who would win or lose, just the numbers. I thought Brown, Gillespie, Tillis, Perdue, Alaska(Sullivan) would win. Still may turn out to be 55-45. Alaska, La, def Rep, maybe Gillespie over Warner. I felt like Kansas was prob a tossup, but was leaning Dim. If my prediction was 56-44 and it ends up 54-46 then I missed by two. If 55-45, I’ll have missed one.

  13. 219

    Richard+Wheeler

    @Redteam: It’s gonna end 54-46. Obviously you missed Orman, Brown and Gillespie. 30-3 Still pretty good. Gillespie down 17,000 on 2 million + cast–hell of a good try–but a loss.

  14. 221

    Richard+Wheeler

    @Redteam: In #216 you said you missed Brown. Previously you said you picked Orman—To finish 56-44 you had to have missed one more Repub-Gillespie makes sense. Nuf said on this. Not a big deal—Dems got drubbed.

  15. 226

    Redteam

    @Richard+Wheeler:

    Thought you didn’t care about rankings.

    Don’t believe I said that. I don’t make my choices on rankings, only use it for reference. LSU-Ala, there is more to that game than ‘rankings’.

    fyi UCLA -3.5 vs. Wash

    what does that mean? if you take 3.5 from UCLA it makes it even? That game is equally as hard to call straight up, no points.

  16. 227

    Redteam

    Wow, remember the old saying: Defense wins football well, whoever said that hasn’t watched Baylor. Baylor has no defense, but then they didn’t need one today.
    Stoops might have to start shopping for a new job next year.

  17. 232

    Richard+Wheeler

    @Redteam: Yogiism–“Good defense beats good offense, and vice versa.”
    If you’d bet $1 on Pres +51 you doubled your money.
    If you bet $1 on Miss to win straight up you won about 3 cents. Bet them to win giving 51 you lose the dollar.
    Make sense?

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