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Letterman responds to the Palin joke outrage: it was the older daughter I fantasized being raped, not the younger one. Now you’ll come on my show?
“We were, as we often do, making jokes about people in the news and we made some jokes about Sarah Palin and her daughter, the 18-year-old girl, who is – her name is Bristol, that’s right, and so, then, now they’re upset with me…”
“These are not jokes made about her 14-year-old daughter.
Except as, few noticed, as the 14 years old news was all over the internet, he made another joke about the daughter who visited NYC
Letterman followed up on the line Tuesday night, joking that “the toughest part of her visit was keeping [former New York Gov.] Eliot Spitzer away from her daughter.”
And on the subject of hatred and Freudian slips, it’s worth mentioning Obama’s mentor revealing his colors by identifying the generic fallback culprits: the Jews
Asked if he had spoken to the president, Wright said: “Them Jews aren’t going to let him talk to me.
Wright also said Obama should have sent a U.S. delegation to the World Conference on Racism held recently in Geneva, Switzerland, but that the president did not do so for fear of offending Jews and Israel.
“Ethnic cleansing is going on in Gaza. Ethnic cleansing (by) the Zionist is a sin and a crime against humanity, and they don’t want Barack talking like that because that’s anti-Israel,”
The good mentor needs to brush up on the meaning of “ethnic cleansing”
Finally, NOW woke up from the contemplation of the male feminist in the White house and said something
The sexualization of girls and women in the media is reaching new lows these days — it is exploitative and has a negative effect on how all women and girls are perceived and how they view themselves. Letterman also joked about what he called Palin’s “slutty flight attendant look” — yet another example of how the media love to focus on a woman politician’s appearance, especially as it relates to her sexual appeal to men.
Not bad, but when I recall them joining the wolves during the campaign, smacks of hypocrisy. just a bit. Still, nice they noticed.