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‘I’m a successful biped’! Tweeters predict Wendy Davis’ next campaign ad


 As Twitchy reported, Wendy Davis has reached a sickening new low with a desperate, tasteless, and vicious ad attacking her opponent Greg Abbott. Could she possibly debase herself even more? You bet she could.

Here are some more campaign ads we can look forward to from the Wicked Witch of Texas:

Vote Wendy, because Abbott will *paralyze* Texas' progress #NextWendyDavisAd #StayClassy

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 10, 2014

Vote Wendy, for parking space fairness. #NextWendyDavisAd #TXGov

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 10, 2014

Vote Wendy: Because Abbott's not how TEXAS ROLLS #NextWendyDavisAd #StayClassy #TXGov

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 10, 2014

FORWARD, MARCH! #NextWendyDavisAd

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 10, 2014

"Under Greg Abbot's watch, unemployment in Texas has gone papapaleg–I mean parabolic."

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) October 10, 2014

Vote Wendy: She can talk the talk AND walk the walk. #NextWendyDavisAd #StayClassy #TXGov

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 10, 2014

@guypbenson "Wendy Davis will stand up for Texas… Unlike some other candidates." #NextWendyDavisAd

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) October 10, 2014

Wendy Davis: she'll stand up for Texas.. Unlike Greg Abbott #NextWendyDavisAd

— S.M (@redsteeze) October 10, 2014

Gregg Abbott thinks women are going to be fooled by his shameless pandering of also peeing sitting down #NextWendyDavisAd

— S.M (@redsteeze) October 10, 2014

RT @WendyDavisTexas: Greg Abbott's policies don't stand up to the test. #NextWendyDavisAd

— ن Miké Ramoné ن (@ThePantau) October 10, 2014

Vote for Wendy. Her ideas have legs

— Leon Wolf (@LeonHWolf) October 10, 2014

How can Greg Abbott #StandwithTXwomen when he can't even stand? BECAUSE HE'S IN A WHEELCHAIR. #NextWendyDavisAd

— Matthew DesOrmeaux (@cynicusprime) October 10, 2014

@jimgeraghty @guypbenson "Wendy Davis stands for all kinds of free stuff, while that other guy stands for NOTHING!" #NextWendyDavisAd

— Jason Hart (@jasonahart) October 10, 2014

Vote Wendy: Do you get tired of working on your feet all day? Greg Abbot doesn't. #NextWendyDavisAd #StayClassy #TXgov

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 10, 2014

"Greg Abbott says he cares about pedestrians, but he hasn't walked in years. I'll walk with you, Greg Abbott can't." #NextWendyDavisAd

— Tommy (@FirstTeamTommy) October 10, 2014

#NextWendyDavisAd "I'm a successful biped."

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) October 10, 2014

“I’m uniquely qualified to lead Texas because of hardships I’ve endured. Greg Abbott couldn’t walk a mile in my shoes. No really, he can’t."

— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) October 10, 2014

#WendyDavisAds Greg Abbot will handicap our economy.

— rdbrewer (@rdbrewer4) October 10, 2014

Who will answer the call at 3AM? NOT Greg Abbott! He can't answer the phone, because he's… like, all crippled, and stuff #NextWendyDavisAd

— Sam Valley (@SamValley) October 10, 2014

@DLoesch #WendyDavisAds "I'm running to represent the voters here in Texas, while my opponent rolls slowly along for special interests!"

— Smirking Tony Romo (@drawandstrike) October 10, 2014

Wendy for Senate: because Greg Abbott wants to DISABLE the economy. #NextWendyDavisAd #StayClassy #TXgov

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 10, 2014

"Gregg Abbot is walking on Easy Street. Well, not "walking" so much as rolling. Amirite? LOL" #PaidForByWendyDavisForTexas

— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) October 10, 2014

"Greg Abbot is rolling in the dough! SWIDT? LULZs! #PaidForByWendyDavisForTexas

— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) October 10, 2014

We won't let Abbott stand in the way of progress! #NextWendyDavisAd pic.twitter.com/nsUKAmSRtw

— CounterMoonbat (@CounterMoonbat) October 10, 2014

9th Circuit Court upholds 2nd Amendment in California; Piers Morgan hardest hit


Heh. That’s one way to put today’s Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision:


Let’s go over that again:


Hot stuff!


Oh, we hope he is! Always entertaining to see Dems lose it over losing to the Constitution.




Oddly enough, no. This really was that Ninth Circuit Court.


We’ll take it, of course. But Piers Morgan is a different story:


Poor Musket.


Nice try, pal.


Indeed. But somehow, Morgan is much more offended by our Constitution.


It’s just more than he can handle. He’d much rather preach to us about ethics when he has none.


Maybe Piers Morgan will have a chance to address that with NRO’s Charles C.W. Cooke, whose debate offer still stands:


Go for it, Piers. What’ve you got to lose? Other than your last shred of dignity, that is.


Good question. And things could get even rougher for Piers pretty soon:


Won’t somebody give him a hug?



Piers Morgan: Bob Costas is ‘100 percent right’; Second Amendment was written with muskets in mind

Confirmed: Piers Morgan doesn’t get how these constitutional amendment thingies work

Ben Shapiro schools Piers ‘Musket’ Morgan on Second Amendment; Morgan calls Constitution ‘your little book’; Update: Video added

Piers Morgan promises gun revelation that ‘may surprise 2nd Amendment devotees’; Speculation ensues; Updated ]

‘Killing Kennedy’ actor sure to make Piers Morgan proud: Second Amendment written for muskets

Full Twitchy coverage of Piers Morgan

‘Major trouble’: House GOP hopeful Carl DeMaio accused of sexual harassment [video]


That was bizarre and.. graphic. Still processing. RT @shiracenter: WTF just happened to Carl DeMaio on CNN just now. Wow.

— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 10, 2014

Processing what, exactly?

@NoahCRothman Don't leave us in suspense. What happened? @shiracenter

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 10, 2014

@gabrielmalor Graphic accusation of sexual harassment by former staffer in on-camera interview.

— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) October 10, 2014

Oh dear.

So, DeMaio (R-CA) may have masturbated in a restaurant, and later sexually harassed a male aide.

— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 10, 2014

From today’s edition of “The Lead”:

CNN has also posted a lengthy report on the allegations against openly gay GOP congressional candidate Carl DeMaio:

But behind the scenes, things are much messier. DeMaio’s former campaign policy director is accusing the candidate of sexual harassment, even saying DeMaio masturbated in front of him. DeMaio vehemently denies the allegations, saying they’re the cover story of a plagiarist and suspected criminal.

This is not the first time DeMaio has been accused of sexually inappropriate behavior. Last year, a fellow city councilman said he twice caught DeMaio masturbating in a city hall restroom — an allegation DeMaio denied.

Hold DeMaio http://t.co/tG3lRLus3o

— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) October 10, 2014

Well this has to be among the most NSFW scandals of the 2014 political season… http://t.co/f4JmlrcPM2 via @frates

— Vaughn Sterling (@vplus) October 10, 2014

Womp womp wommmmmp https://t.co/L7Mjh632S4 idea: don't run for office if someone can plausibly accuse you of jacking it in a restaurant

— Neal Dewing (@Neal_Dewing) October 10, 2014

And San Diego continues to stay classy. RT @katherinemiller: These are some serious accusations against DeMaio http://t.co/zVSDleZzQK

— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) October 10, 2014

Also against his accuser. RT @katherinemiller: These are some serious accusations against DeMaio http://t.co/iAP7z5908Y

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 10, 2014

For the record, DeMaio denies the allegations:

“This is an individual that was let go by our campaign manager for plagiarism. A well-documented plagiarism incident of taking a report from the National Journal and passing it off as his own work,” DeMaio said. “He was terminated. He admitted that he plagiarized. He apologized for plagiarizing and when we told him he was no longer welcome in the staff and in the campaign office, even as a volunteer, he left. Days later, he broke in.”

In any event, it looks like DeMaio’s got a tough PR battle ahead.

@baseballcrank: Hold DeMaio http://t.co/8SeYdwdZnG” yikes holy crap

— Heather (@hmfearny) October 10, 2014

Major trouble for GOP House candidate Carl DeMaio in #CA52. http://t.co/34jiVjANM6

— Chris Moody (@moody) October 10, 2014

Wow: Powerful cartoon blasts Obama admin’s shameful inaction on VA scandal [pic]


Absolutely brutal.

Wednesday morning, Jeff Darcy, an Ohio-based opinions writer, let the Obama administration know exactly what he thinks about its allowing the horrible treatment of our veterans to go unpunished:


Darcy noted that Americans are still waiting for answers. Waiting for action.

Mr. President, we can’t afford to wait any longer.



‘Sounds awfully like ‘meh”: Obama’s ‘mad as hell’ act fails to deliver at VA presser [pic]

‘Literally ZERO accountability’: Notice something fishy about Obama’s vow to look into VA scandal?

‘Spare us’: Veteran uses Obama’s own words to pummel White House over VA scandal

Rep. David Scott gives impassioned call for VA secretary’s firing 

‘This a joke?’ College ‘camel fiasco’ sparks mockery of PC cops, exposes real racists

Well, kids, it’s come to this:


Nope. It’s not a joke:

Students at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota have cancelled an event to celebrate the end of the year after complaints that bringing a camel on campus could offend those of Middle Eastern cultures.

The “Hump Day” event, put on by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), was supposed to be “a petting zoo type of atmosphere” in which students could hang out and take photos with a live camel. According to Aaron Macke, the group’s advisor, the camel is owned by a local vendor and trained for special events.

But the event was subsequently cancelled after students took to Facebook to proclaim their concerns. The students said they were concerned about the money spent on bringing the camel to campus—around $500—and the implication that it would be racially insensitive to Middle Eastern cultures.


When looking at a camel:
Normal reaction: HUMP DAAAAY

Liberal Reaction: Muslims!— Savannah the Bossy (@thesavvy) May 16, 2014

For what it’s worth, the student who planned it is really, really sorry, you guys. She doesn’t ever want something she’s “apart of to be offensive to anyone for any reason.”

From the college’s Residence Hall Association’s Facebook page:

camel planner girl

Oh well. If we’ve got to subject ourselves to colossal stupidity …

We might as well have some fun with it:


Hey, speaking of presidents, the college might want to send a rep to the White House for a sensitivity training session:

Biden camel gif



But why stop at camels? The entire animal kingdom is a hotbed of bigotry. Consider these notorious racists:

We’ve obviously got a lot to think about. This, on the other hand, we wish we’d never seen:


Judge’s decision mixes up Constitution, Declaration of Independence

A federal judge Thursday declared Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring tweeted the news.

Equality might march forward, but as some noticed, another look back at the founding documents might be in order.

New York Times report on chemical weapons in Iraq rekindles debate over WMDs

The New York Times’ tweet Tuesday night claiming that U.S. troops found thousands of chemical weapons during the Iraq War already has conservatives and liberals re-fighting that conflict on Twitter.

During the Iraq War, U.S. troops found thousands of chemical weapons. The war's untold story: http://t.co/ksfkwjsySC pic.twitter.com/jy49WTAygF

— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 15, 2014

@NoahCRothman Wait a minute. The NYT is now admitting WMDs in Iraq? What's the game here?

— Charlie (@charlieseattle) October 15, 2014

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the New York Times is contributing in any way to the rehabilitation of President Bush’s legacy, though. The Times’ report is on soldiers who were injured by chemical weapons — thousands of them — left behind since the early ’90s.

We didn’t find an active WMD program in #Iraq – our troops found the rusty remnants of an old one. By @cjchivers: http://t.co/nkcEpxQaZr

— Molly Hunter (@mollymhunter) October 15, 2014

@nytimes What a TOTALLY FREAKING MISLEADING TWEET. There were no USEABLE WMDs! Tweet should be US soldiers injured disposing of rotting WMD!

— David Gondek (@mutex7) October 15, 2014

@nytimes Chemical weapons, NOT WMDs. There's a difference. Read the article!

— Faith (@Noudidant) October 15, 2014

This is what many people wrongly believe. https://t.co/HXzWSO8y4I

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

@GomesBolt guess chemical weapons can't massively destruct humans or something.

— Milkshakes Anytime (@MomMilkshake) October 15, 2014

@MomMilkshake a grenade can be considered WMD, a satchel charge, a pressure cooker with nails. All WMDs. Some people are meatheads.

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

Speaking of:

Of course Saddam had WMDs stupid! He just didn't use them because his evil master plan was to get killed. Duh.

— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) October 15, 2014

Unfunny and unhelpful as usual, Mr. Fugelsang.

@JohnFugelsang he couldn't use them because shock and awe disabled his communications.

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

The presence of even these weapons wasn’t a secret to many of those who were there in Iraq.

@exjon we knew about this in the Military. I inventoried some stuff in full chem gear. "Just count the barrels!"

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

@exjon Also there were a few chem mines that vehicles hit. Some were hits on Chem resistant buffalo vehicles.

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

@beybeyskid @New_Narrative @nytimes I told people my own experience and people did the same "huh? I didn't think there were chem weapons."

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

@GomesBolt Man, that sucks! All because there was a narrative to keep. @New_Narrative @nytimes

— TroublesMcGillicutty (@beybeyskid) October 15, 2014

@beybeyskid @New_Narrative @nytimes The Admin believed their narrative to the point they didn't secure these when we left.

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

@GomesBolt Yep. Guess who has them now? @New_Narrative @nytimes

— TroublesMcGillicutty (@beybeyskid) October 15, 2014

@beybeyskid @nytimes Admin "those things don't exist" Troops "yes they do, what do we do with them." Admin "do with what?"

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014

Remember the Saddam Regime Change push was about the fact he had a tendency to use his chemicals more than anyone else. Killed 1M in 10 yrs.

— Gomes (@GomesBolt) October 15, 2014


The New York Times is vastly, vastly overstating the claim that the justification for the Iraq War was an "active weapons program."

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

In 2002 and early 2003, the major concern was that Saddam Hussein was violating the inspections regime established to disarm his old weaps.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

Saddam was rumbling that he would restart his programs for chemical and nuclear warfare, and denying access to the inspection teams.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

As Saddam Hussein threatened to end inspections and restart his programs, Bush 43 attempted to get the UN to enforce stronger restrictions.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

The UN refused to step up inspections or sanctions and Bush 43 determined that a war coalition would deal with the threat instead.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

No intelligence estimate of an "active weapons program" ever made up the rationale for the Iraq War. That's a liberal invention.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

All three speeches, at the UN, the SOTU, the war eve speech, mentioned Hussein's ambition and his prior weapons programs.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

And those prior weapons are exactly the weapons the NYTimes has suddenly "discovered" today.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

In sum, the Democrats have invented a lie for you to believe, that the Iraq War was aimed at an "active weapons program." Don't fall for it.

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 15, 2014

Meanwhile we have President Peace Prize in his third week of airstrikes with zero congressional or UN approval.

— S.M (@redsteeze) October 15, 2014

Incoming NY Times narrative: Hillary was right to authorize war in Iraq while in the Senate.

— S.M (@redsteeze) October 15, 2014