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Grande Conservative Blogress Diva 2011

Posted by B. Daniel Blatt at 2:46 am - December 24, 2010.
Filed under: Blogging,Blogress Divas

After extensive consultations with our committee, we have determined that the following blogresses, divas all, are the nominees for the coveted honor of Grande Conservative Blogress Diva 2011, the tiara commonly known as the “Ethel” in honor of one of perhaps the greatest Republican diva of all time.

Runners up will be honored as Conservative Blogress Diva Regent, also known as the Agnes or Endora in honor of another staunchly Republican diva.

Remember, to qualify as a conservative blogress diva, a nominee need only be a strong woman who commands the respect of gay male conservatives. She need not be conservative herself.

Who should be the Grande Conservative Blogress Diva for 2011
Fausta
Pam Meister
Jill of Pundit and Pundette (also at Potluck)
No Sheeples Here
Neo-neocon
Robin of Berkeley
Clarice Feldman (of American Thinker)
Elizabeth Scalia (AKA The Anchoress)
Ann Althouse
Sister Toldjah
Dr. Helen
Michelle Malkin
Tammy Bruce
Cassy Fiano
Melissa Clouthier
Mary Katharine Ham (Weekly Standard)
pollcode.com free polls

Let the cat fight competition begin.

You can vote once a day until midnight on December 31, 2010.

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58 Comments

  1. “Neither can one deny that a significant segment of the Democratic party is anti-gay,and this in spite of the fact that the democrats present themselves as gay supporters. Political affiliation has nothing to do with one’s acceptance of gays, in my opinion. There are many black Democrats who are no friends of gays. It’s a personal thing, be it right or wrong.”

    Comment by nomobama — December 29, 2010 @ 7:33 am – December 29, 2010

    I most certainly would deny that a “significant segment of the Democratic party is anti-gay.” I’m sure there are members of the Dems who are privately homophobic (because as you said, it is ultimately a private value), but they are not the vocal leaders of the party and they certainly are dictating overall party policy like the anti-gay crowd in the GOP.

    You see, actual evidence to support your opinions is essential to anyone actually respecting them, and the evidence shows that exact opposite of what you claim.

    After all, here’s the roll call on the Congressional vote to repeal DADT:

    House:

    Voting yes were 235 Democrats and 15 Republicans

    Voting no were 160 Republicans, and 15 Democrats

    Senate:

    Voting yes were 55 Democrats, 8 Republicans and 2 independents.

    Voting no were 0 Democrats and 31 Republicans.

    If the Democrats were “significantly” anti-gay, why did they overwhelmingly support the repeal of DADT? And alternatively, if the Republicans aren’t anti-gay, why did they so overwhelmingly vote against the repeal?

    The bottom line is that the modern GOP is the last bastion of anti-gay bigotry in mainstream politics and to pretend otherwise is delusional. Furthermore, to be a gay American and support the party that views you as a second-class citizen because you are gay is downright astounding.

    Comment by 400metres — December 29, 2010 @ 10:07 am – December 29, 2010
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    It appears that you look at Democratic politicians only, yet fail to acknowledge the 40 to 45 percent of the self-described Democrats (the party membership) who do nit support gay marriage in more recent polling. Nowhere in my comments did I indicate Democratic party politicians. My comments were about all party members. Look up some recent polling for yourself. Forty percent of a party’s membership is significant in my book.

    Comment by nomobama — December 29, 2010 @ 10:26 pm - December 29, 2010

  2. The stats re. attitudes towards same-sex marriage:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_opinion_of_same-sex_marriage_in_the_United_States

    Comment by Jeff — December 30, 2010 @ 1:54 pm - December 30, 2010

  3. […] . . . to vote for Grande Conservative Blogress Diva. […]

    Pingback by Tomorrow’s the Last Day — December 30, 2010 @ 11:29 pm - December 30, 2010

  4. Oh Please! Robin is ahead because her wise, reasonable, completely un-psychotic posts betray none of the bizarre paranoiac projection, strawman-bashing, or sanctimonious I’m-qualified-to-pontificate-on-my-opponents’-psychologies “expertise” so emblematic of most conservative bloggers! If you can’t see that, I have to doubt your own conservative credentials. I intend to vote for her every chance I get!

    Comment by forked tongue — December 31, 2010 @ 12:01 am - December 31, 2010

  5. forked tongue…great satire. I nearly fell for it. hahaha!! Yes, from someone who feels she can be a light for liberals to convert to conservatism while calling them all manner of names and diagnosing them from afar with all sorts of psychosis (oh yeah, baby, call me a sociopath again..you know I love that), assuming anyone whom disagrees with her is an internet porn addict (her words), while still trying to equate Hillary’s victimization to Sarah’s….well, it’s a bit rich..even for a Conservative (and aren’t we all accustomed to “rich”?). Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, Pam Gellar….no contest. if this contest were a true Conservative Diva contest, the one obsessed with victimization would never have been nominated, never mind ahead of these true Conservative Divas. Astroturf has nullified this contest.

    Comment by mitch — December 31, 2010 @ 2:57 pm - December 31, 2010

  6. Congratulations to Robin of Berkeley.

    Mitch, why so bitter? I like Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, and also Pam Gellar, too. Yet, Robin of Berkeley is good, too. I enjoy reading her journey from left to right. She offers a slightly different perspective than the other that were listed. I am happy that Robin of Berkeley won, and I hope that she continues her blog for her reader’s enjoyment.

    By the way, Hillary was victimized much in the same manner as Sarah Palin. Sarah Palin has even alluded to it, so I just don’t get your beef.

    Happy New Year!

    Comment by nomobama — January 1, 2011 @ 12:21 am - January 1, 2011

  7. Robin of Berkely crushed the competition?

    🙂

    Our work here is done…

    Comment by actor212 — January 1, 2011 @ 9:24 am - January 1, 2011

  8. Robin, sorry, nomobama,

    Uh, Hillary was victimized?!?! Give me SPECIFICS!!!! How was she treated any differently than Kucinich? Sharpton? Dean? Or was she supposed to be treated differently cuz she’s a girl? And HOW EXACTLY was she treated with the same outright insanity with which Palin was treated?? Never mind what Palin may have “alluded” to (she was only graciously repeating the PUMA mantra). This is the same PUMA scat that Robin and her sycophantic followers try to pawn off in the comment section over at American Thinker (google-eyed fawners of which I’m SURE Robin is among as some other nom de plume besides her, well, nom de plume). THAT is my beef with Robin. A PUMA in sheep’s clothing…turning what once were conservatives into wimpy victims relating their victim stories, churning out melodramatic pop psychology analysis and gross generalizations at the abandonment of critical thinking skills, AND, most importantly, surreptitiously generating Hillary sympathy amongst the conservative readership. Planting the Hillary seed. And anyone who calls her on it gets censored at American Thinker or, if a token BS detector gets through, they are later called Trolls by Robin in the next paranoid delusional “Me, My Life, and, oh yeah, some wackos I hang out with in Berkeley” installment.

    So Robin, nomobama, robama, whatever,….give us specifics on Hillary’s victimization. Really. And where PUMAs now stand on Hillary. And if PUMAs would drop the conservative schtick in a heart beat if their gal ran. Because I know all too well Hillary’s unscrupulous, power-hungry nature, and I will call out anyone who tries to rewrite her nature and her history.

    Comment by mitch — January 1, 2011 @ 5:43 pm - January 1, 2011

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