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MSNBC Analyst: Hey, Why Didn't Romney Make A Bigger Deal of the IRS Scandal Last Year?

TX Yankee Wrote: May 23, 2013 7:30 AM
Reading through the posts here, I came across one that pondered how someone so stupid (Finney) could get such a prestigious job...but after looking at her picture, the poster realized it was her beauty and not her brains that got her on air. I agree, she is an attractive woman, but unlike the babes on Fox News, she has an appalling lack of common sense to go with her obviously low IQ. So the question is she marriage material...a lifetime of sleeping with a hottie at the price of living with a dolt?
Broadus Wrote: May 23, 2013 3:42 PM
she's a "Ringer".....

everyone knows all democrat liberals are DOGS.....

give her a blonde wig and she's a weather girl....
Cal18 Wrote: May 23, 2013 8:44 AM
If you're a liberal, you'll think she's both beautiful AND brilliant. You'll listen to this point and think, "Wow. That's a really valid point. I wonder why no one's brought it up before?"

Liberals range from Ivy League PhD types to street bums and they believe these things! Liberals all "just know stuff." They know very little but they "just know" almost everything. On any issue, they will say things that sound SO stupid they make our heads spin but THEY all believe it. So this women likely got the job because she's attractive and because she can parrot the party line. In Liberville, that counts for a lot.
Joycey Wrote: May 23, 2013 9:20 AM
Exactly liberals always find themselves to be brilliant. No matter what!
ThasicAlambra Wrote: May 23, 2013 7:45 AM
I agree, she is a very attractive woman but she is as dumb as a sack of hammers. I hope she's good in the sack since it seems to be her only redeeming quality. Maybe she can cook too.
TX Yankee Wrote: May 23, 2013 8:05 AM
I have to disagree.

A sack of hammers knows it is good for little else but smacking nails. This woman thinks she is asking provocative questions.

I say she is little smarter than a cantelope
1st_Amendment_101 Wrote: May 23, 2013 12:44 PM
Cantaloupes take offense to that remark. We may be inanimate objects but they certainly serve the greater good!

There are moments in politics when an argument is advanced that is so surpassingly stupid or dishonest that it momentarily freezes your brain.  Welcome to former DNC Communications Director Karen Finney's IRS twilight zone:




According to Finney, the fact that Mitt Romney didn't make a huge deal out of the IRS targeting scandal last year is somehow proof that the whole thing is essentially a non-story and wasn't buried until after the election.  Where to begin?  As a fellow panelist incredulously points out, the...