This week, public relations guru and Democrat operative Hilary Rosen really stepped in it, when she told CNN host Anderson Cooper that Ann Romney has never worked a day in her life. While the Romney campaign has used the intemperate remark to unite the conservative base, our cartoonist Joe has come up with an idea that would bring in a lot of young voters.
If you spend time on YouTube, you've probably seen those ''Sh*t (fill the blank) Say" videos. There's Sh*t Boyfriends Say, Sh*t Girlfriends Say, Sh*t Human Resource People Say, Sh*t Guys With Girlfriends Say", etc.
Joe the Cartoonist thinks that Romney should direct his team to produce a series of related videos, entitled "Shtuff Democrat Operatives Say". Each video would be a collection of short video clips, mostly from CNN and MSNBC, with Democrat operatives telling America what they really think. It would be a terrific way of ridiculing these alinskyite bullies, and appealing to young voters.
Here is the first video:
Cue funny background music-
Hilary Rosen: Guess what? His wife has never actually worked a day in her life.
Sandra Fluke: Contraception, as you know, can cost a woman over $3,000 at law school.
Hilary Rosen: Well, first, can we just get rid of this word 'war on women'? The Obama campaign has never used it.
Joe Biden: I think the 'war on women' is real (on MSNBC's The Ed Show 4/12/12)
Hilary Rosen: President Obama does not use it-This is something The Republicans are accusing people of using, but they're actually the ones spreading it.
This is followed by an Obama impersonator reading several lines from campaign request emails from Obama For America regarding his 'the war on women' meme.
Bill Maher: What Hiliary Rosen meant to say, I think, was that Ann Romney has never gotten her ass out of the house to work....
Maxine Waters: The tea party can go straight to hell!
Ed Schultz:....like this right-wing slut. What's her name? Laura Ingraham....
Hilary Rosen: Let's put 'the faux war against stay-at-home moms' to rest.
Keith Olbermann: Malkin is a mashed up bag of meat with make-up on it.
Your bushy-tailed correspondent thinks that this is a great idea. Perhaps Glenn Beck and his crew at GBTV can begin producing these videos, and then put them on YouTube.