Thursday, 12 April 2012

HILARY ROSEN'S "APOLOGY"

Ken Berwitz

An apology with a sneer.  That seems all Hilary Rosen is capable of.

About an hour ago, no doubt after getting the excrement kicked out of her by a succession of Democrats for her insult of Ann Romney and all stay-at-home mothers, this is what Rosen had to say, via the following excerpt from Amy Bingham's piece at ABC News:

Less than 24 hours after Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen mocked Ann Romney for having "never worked a day in her life," Rosen apologized to Romney this afternoon for her "poorly chosen" words and aimed to "put the faux 'war against stay at home moms' to rest once and for all."

"I apologize to Ann Romney and anyone else who was offended," Rosen said in a statement. "Let's declare peace in this phony war and go back to focus on the substance."

Put the faux war against stay at home moms to rest?  Declare peace in this phony war?

That is not an apology.  That is a sneering admonishment to leave her the f#@& alone.

Ann Romney is far too much of a lady to tell Hilary Rosen to take her "apology" and stick it straight up her rectum.  But I'm not.  Consider it done.

And don't think for a moment that Hilary Rosen's accidental exposure of what she, and people like her, really think of stay at home moms will be forgotten any time soon.  Nor should it be.

One other thing:  I read earlier today that neither NBC nor ABC's morning shows  bothered to report the comment Rosen made (as a Today show viewer I can attest that this is at least half right).  Evidently, the fact that Rosen is a mouthpiece for the DNC and has been to the Obama White House dozens of times - not to mention representing Sandra Fluke - just doesn't make her comments newsworthy enough. 

But I'll bet body parts that the comment - with a quick assurance that Rosen "apologized" so the matter is laid to rest - will be on both of them tomorrow.


THE TRAYVON CONTRADICTION

Ken Berwitz

I just watched a Today show segment with Trayvon Martin's parents and lawyer.

They had just finished discussing why it would have been appropriate to charge George Zimmerman with second degree murder - which requires "a depraved mind showing no regard for human life"

And then Trayvon Martin's mother, Sabrina Fulton - who seems uncomfortable saying anything but what she really thinks - tells the audience that, in her opinion, the shooting was an accident.  (NOTE:  I strongly hope I am wrong, but can't help thinking that the family's lawyers will coach Ms. Fulton in an effort to correct this "weakness" before the trial).

Lucky for the race hustlers that Ms. Fulton's opinion can be dismissed and ignored.  Because if it was an accident, this case is over now.

Yesterday I said the Trayvon Martin case is becoming more bizarre by the minute.  I repeat.......


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