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Tammy (Bruce) Interviews Sarah (Palin)

Among the many topics touched upon last night in the most marvelous Boston dinner (great food and amazing conversation), we discussed Sarah Palin.  We all admired the former Alaska Governor (though to varying degrees), but also agreed that she’s not positioning herself well for the White House.

That said, another woman we GayPatriots all admire, the magnificent and munificent (with her wisdom) Tammy Bruce has interviewed that accomplished woman.  And if two such talented women appear together in the same podcast, it surely merits your attention.

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  1. Thanks for posting this. It’s basically porno for gay conservative men.

    Comment by Sean A — June 10, 2010 @ 11:16 am - June 10, 2010

  2. Sean A: Ouch. I think more along the lines that Carly Fiorina is the sort of woman Daniel would be into, if Daniel were into women.

    That’s probably the least objectionable statement I’ve made at this blog.

    Comment by Serenity — June 10, 2010 @ 11:21 am - June 10, 2010

  3. So did she ask Palin about the alleged boob job? ;)

    Palin’s boobs. I think I’ve seen just about everything as a focus for discussion online now.

    Comment by John — June 10, 2010 @ 11:50 am - June 10, 2010

  4. #3 – As if there aren’t enough boobs in DC right now, especially at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — June 10, 2010 @ 12:01 pm - June 10, 2010

  5. #2: Serenity, if Dan is anything like me–and I believe he is–he is “into” authentic, funny, brilliant women who unapologetically promote conservative ideas and handle the constant, vicious attacks from the Left with grace and class. It’s merely incidental that the most influential, conservative women in politics and the media look like an army of supermodels while their counterparts on the Left look like they belong in a bar on the planet Tatooine or swinging a battle-axe in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    Comment by Sean A — June 10, 2010 @ 1:49 pm - June 10, 2010

  6. It’s merely incidental that the most influential, conservative women in politics and the media look like an army of supermodels

    There’s plenty of fap-fap-fap material among conservative men in the media, too:

    Libertypundits.net Lists the Hottest Conservative Men of 2010 (scroll down a bit — the article for some reason puts the glamour shots of the female judges at the top).

    Chris Christie (who’s got a damn handsome mug whether you like plus-size guys or not) made the Top 20 at #15, but the #1 spot went to actor Adam Baldwin. I’ll be in my bunk…

    Comment by Throbert McGee — June 10, 2010 @ 4:53 pm - June 10, 2010

  7. It’s basically porno for gay conservative men.

    Uhhmm, no. Strangely enough, porn for this gay conservative man has lots less women and lots more naked men.

    That said, I’m sure Sarah Palin, being the homo-hating Reich-wing KKKonservative that she is, naturally lynched or shot lezbo Tammy Bruce live on air? Or at the very least blasted her for leading such a deviant, sinful, disgusting, abhorrent, unnatural, perverted, one-way-ticket-to-hell lifestyle?

    No? What gives!???

    Comment by American Elephant — June 10, 2010 @ 8:08 pm - June 10, 2010

  8. Evening all. Daniel, why do you say that Palin isn’t positioning herself well for 2012?

    Comment by scr_north — June 11, 2010 @ 1:20 am - June 11, 2010

  9. Since the topic of fantasy conservative women has been brought up, I once I had a dream where I was married to Laura Ingraham. FoxNews was going to give us our own show because we were such a cute couple.

    TMI?

    Comment by V the K — June 11, 2010 @ 12:36 pm - June 11, 2010

  10. #9: V the K, no, NOT tmi! It is funny that you mention having a dream about being married to Laura Ingraham because I swear, just a couple of days ago I saw something on Laura’s blog that was so f-ing awesome that I posted a comment somewhere (Hotair?) indicating that I had reached a decision–Laura and I would have to get married at once. Of course, it would have to be a Doris Day/Rock Hudson type arrangement, but nevertheless at that moment, I was fantasizing about spending the rest of my life with that woman. The posting on Laura’s blog that I’m referring to is related to Charlie Crist and the recent deletion of all references to his (apparently former) pro-life convictions on his website. You’ve got to check it out–it’s GENIUS:

    https://www.lauraingraham.com/blog?categoryID=6#a=1&action=blogArchive&destinationpage=%2Fpg%2Fjsp%2Fcommunity%2Fblog%2Fbloginclude.jsp&year=2010&month=5&categoryID=5&categoryID=6&categoryID=9&categoryID=10

    (Just scroll down about a quarter of the page.)

    By the way, I actually did get to meet Laura once at a Barnes & Noble book signing for “Power To The People” and got a photo with her. She was, of course, enchanting and completely gorgeous in person. When it was my turn to get my book signed, I told her that at about the halfway point in the line, there was a huge display of copies of Paul Krugman’s book that had just been released, “The Conscience of a Liberal.” I assured her that the display appeared to be untouched by human hands and that everyone in line was just making fun of it. She looked at me while groaning and making a face like she was going to be sick and said, “The Conscience of a Liberal. Now there’s an oxymoron for you.”

    She was great, and so was the book. Not sure if you’ve read it, but “Power to the People” has a chapter about the role of the Federal Courts that is one of the most illuminating things I’ve ever read critiquing the Judiciary. As a lawyer and a conservative, there are few things that I find more repugnant than judicial activism and I considered myself sufficiently trained to detect it in the flawed opinions written by judges using tortured logic to justify decisions that they have no authority to hand down. But after reading Laura’s discussion on the subject, I realized that liberal federal judges have incrementally muscling their way beyond the separation of powers for so long that there even I had been lulled into accepting a degree of judicial overreach that is completely unsupported by the Constitution.

    She’s great and knows her stuff (I’m sure you know she clerked for Justice Thomas of the Supreme Court after law school).

    Comment by Sean A — June 11, 2010 @ 2:04 pm - June 11, 2010

  11. Compare Laura Ingraham to the left’s idea of a smart woman… Rachel Maddow. Maddow’s entire schtick is sarcasm. Laura is smarter, more accomplished, and much more appealing. And she does it all without making you think, “What is Kyle McLachlan doing dressed in that frumpy pantsuit?”

    Comment by V the K — June 11, 2010 @ 6:18 pm - June 11, 2010

  12. #11 – “What is Kyle McLachlan doing dressed in that frumpy pantsuit?”

    Funny, but when I see Madcow, I think of Ferris Bueller in drag.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — June 11, 2010 @ 8:38 pm - June 11, 2010

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