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Warren slurs Scott Brown because of that (R) after his name

Yesterday, at Legal Insurrection, Anne Sorock reported that Elizabeth Warren was playing the “rape card against Scott Brown” even though the Massachusetts Senator was one of the first Republicans to criticize Todd Akin and ask the Missourian to withdraw from the Senate contest:

To Miss Warren as to Congressman Jan Schakowsky, it doesn’t matter that Republicans have overwhelmingly denounced Akin, with every prominent Republican who has spoken out on the matter as well as a sizable number of conservatives in the media asking the Congressman to exit the Senate contest.  (Interestingly, it seems that most of the people who want Akin to stay in the race are Democrats and allied special interests.) These folks are determined to smear the GOP at all costs.

The good news is that a poll by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic shows Brown has “opened a significant lead on Warren, 49-44.

Help keep this good man from Massachusetts in “the people’s seat” by donating to his campaign.

UPDATE:  PPP isn’t the only poll showing Brown ahead.  Another survey provides almost identical results:

According to a Kimball Political Consulting survey of registered voters in Massachusetts, Senator Scott Brown has a 6 point lead over Democrat Elizabeth Warren (49 percent to 43 percent) with 9 percent undecided. The figure is just within the survey’s 4 percent margin of error.

Via Powerline picks.  No wonder Miss Warren is scraping the bottom of the peril.  The Democratic candidate can’t seem to get much traction in this overwhelmingly Democratic state.



  1. Are we talking about the craven liar who pretended to be part-Native-American/conveniently “forgot” she wasn’t really?

    In fairness, (R) supporters need to put this “co-sponsored legislation to redefine rape” business to bed. Fast. We need to know how they’re drawing this very long bow and cut the string.

    Comment by perturbed — August 21, 2012 @ 5:03 pm - August 21, 2012

  2. This nasty liberal stuff is going to backfire… The liberals assume the independent voter is as stupid and ill-informed as their party base is. They are not. The independents are going to resent being treated like idiots.

    Comment by TnnsNE1 — August 21, 2012 @ 5:10 pm - August 21, 2012

  3. Another Day, Another Democrat Lie

    Comment by V the K — August 21, 2012 @ 5:27 pm - August 21, 2012

  4. I hope you’re right about it backfiring, TnnsNE1. The leftists I know on Facebook (and unfortunately it seems like the vast majority of folks I know on Facebook are leftists) are dutifully reposting the talking points and images about the “war on women” and “redefining rape” and so on, just as many of them reposted the talking points of the “Occupy” movement, or, before that, the Wisconsin protests against Walker’s reforms. I’m hoping that it will all pass and that the momentum they think they have now will flounder as badly as the recall effort did in Wisconsin.

    Comment by Kurt — August 21, 2012 @ 6:28 pm - August 21, 2012

  5. Lieawatha is at it again…

    Comment by RSG — August 21, 2012 @ 8:05 pm - August 21, 2012

  6. Of course Democrats want Aiken to stay in the race…what would be more helpful in seeing the democratic candidate win?

    Comment by Kevin — August 21, 2012 @ 9:27 pm - August 21, 2012

  7. don’t believe in re-defining rape? hmmmm. last year, several congressmen (including Ryan) wanted to use wording in legislation known as “forcible” rape? Why? Because this would have separated statutory rape from “regular” rape. Going from there, they would have opportunity to stop underage girls from be claiming rape to seek an abortion.

    Comment by Kevin — August 21, 2012 @ 10:45 pm - August 21, 2012

  8. Why? Because this would have separated statutory rape from “regular” rape. Going from there, they would have opportunity to stop underage girls from be claiming rape to seek an abortion.


    Comment by Rattlesnake — August 21, 2012 @ 10:51 pm - August 21, 2012

  9. Call me crazy, but if a woman is going to claim “rape,” shouldn’t she also want to press charges against her assailant?

    Or, is that only in cases of what liberal icon Whoopi Goldberg would call “rape rape,” which apparently, according to liberal icon Whoopi Goldberg, excludes drugging and sodomizing a thirteen year old girl?

    Comment by V the K — August 21, 2012 @ 11:40 pm - August 21, 2012

  10. I hope Brown wins over the Fake Native American in November.

    Comment by Andrew — August 22, 2012 @ 12:50 am - August 22, 2012

  11. Lieawatha – lol. (Except IIRC Hiawatha was male, so it doesn’t quite fit, but still, LOL).

    Comment by perturbed — August 22, 2012 @ 5:05 am - August 22, 2012

  12. Are we sure that Warren is female? She’s lied about everything else.

    Comment by The_Livewire — August 22, 2012 @ 7:50 am - August 22, 2012

  13. There are moments when she tries to look male:

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — August 22, 2012 @ 10:11 am - August 22, 2012

  14. And let’s not forget that her candidacy is being partly sponsored by a gay porn star:

    Nice family values there, Lizzie.

    BTW – where’s the outrage over this issue, compared to the faux outrage of Scott Brown’s “Playgirl” centerfold? (Double standard, ahem.)

    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — August 22, 2012 @ 11:23 am - August 22, 2012

  15. @Peter

    Or the Vitriol aimed at Jenna Jameson?

    Comment by The_Livewire — August 22, 2012 @ 12:02 pm - August 22, 2012

  16. Lieawatha – lol. (Except IIRC Hiawatha was male, so it doesn’t quite fit, but still, LOL).

    YACS. Perhaps you’d prefer ‘Fauxcahontas’? Either way, credit where credit is due: both from the columnists of the Boston Herald.

    Comment by RSG — August 22, 2012 @ 12:57 pm - August 22, 2012

  17. I’ll take either, and anything else the mind of man or woman can devise.

    Comment by perturbed — August 22, 2012 @ 6:47 pm - August 22, 2012

  18. Few were as fast as Brown to denounce Akin. Brown not only rejected Akin’s comments as ‘‘outrageous, inappropriate and wrong’’ Monday morning, but immediately called for him to resign as the Republican Party’s Senate nominee.

    Brown followed up the next day with a letter to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, saying Republicans should embrace a ‘‘big-tent’’ strategy and accept differing points of view on abortion.

    ‘‘Even while I am pro-choice, I respect those who have a different opinion on this very difficult and sensitive issue,’’ Brown wrote. ‘‘Our party platform should make the same concession to those of us who believe in a woman’s right to choose.’’

    Comment by rusty — August 22, 2012 @ 7:42 pm - August 22, 2012

  19. Thus sayeth, Fauxahontas. Love that name I read for Warren somewhere online. Fits her to a “t”.

    Comment by JohnAGJ — August 22, 2012 @ 9:35 pm - August 22, 2012

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