Okay that one is going to leave a mark.
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You know speaking of Mitch McConnell it looks like the Right Wing is so worried about the possibility of Ashley Judd challenging him that they have already started to do opposition research in order to stop her from even seeking the nomination.
Check out the "scandalous" information that the folks over at the Daily Caller dug up about the lovely potential challenger:
Here is a sampling of some of Judd’s most stunning comments:
— On her decision not to have kids with her husband: “It’s unconscionable to breed, with the number of children who are starving to death in impoverished countries.”
- On her comparing mountaintop removal to the Rwandan genocide: “President Clinton has repeatedly said doing nothing during the genocide in Rwanda in 1994 is the single greatest regret of the Presidency. Yet here at home, there is full blown environmental genocide and collapse happening, and we are doing nothing. Naturally, I accept that I set myself up for ridicule for using such strong terms, or perhaps outrage from human victims of slaughter.”
- On fathers giving daughters away at weddings: “To this day, a common vestige of male dominion over a woman’s reproductive status is her father ‘giving’ away her away to her husband at their wedding, and the ongoing practice of women giving up their last names in order to assume the name of their husband’s families, into which they have effectively been traded.”
- On the coal industry, which employees thousands of Kentuckians: “The era of coal plant is over, unacceptable,” she tweeted in October.
- On how Christianity “legitimizes” male power over women: “Patriarchal religions, of which Christianity is one, gives us a God that is like a man, a God presented and discussed exclusively in male imagery, which legitimizes and seals male power. It is the intention to dominate, even if the intention to dominate is nowhere visible.”
- On men: “Throughout history, men have tried to control the means of reproduction, which means trying to control woman.
You know perhaps it is just me but I don't think that is going to turn off as many potential voters as this dipstick thinks it will. Especially female voters.
But perhaps my favorite miscalculation from this article was their original choice to use the picture below to make Judd appear to be just another airhead with a pretty face.