FALN: justice denied

These domestic terrorists remain unprosecuted for their acts. Bill and Hillary pardoned FALN terrorists and enabled them. Obama later pardoned one of the FALN stragglers.

Eric Holder did his part and now has presidential aspirations of his own.

Yet MSM remains as quiet as church mice about these terrorists. Always has. Drive a news story? Fuhgeddaboudit! Congress has done little to capture terrorist thugs in Cuba.

Where is justice? A lot of people are asking that same question these days.

Hillary never paid the price or was held accountable. No one was.

Terrorists Murdered My Father. They Have Not Seen Justice

By Joe Connor January 24, 2019 | National Review
Bill Clinton and Barack Obama gave some clemency; the chief bomb-maker escaped to Cuba.

Forty-four years ago today, terrorists shattered my family. Sadly, the war against these individuals and their benefactors continues to this day.

My father, 33-year-old Frank Connor, and three other innocent men were murdered, while scores were injured and maimed, on Jan. 24, 1975, when the Marxist Puerto Rican terrorist group Armed Forces for National Liberation (“FALN”) blew up New York’s historic Fraunces Tavern during a crowded lunchtime. The FALN appointed themselves my father’s judge, jury, and executioner, profiling, targeting, and savagely murdering so-called “reactionary corporate executives.” The Connor family had planned to celebrate my ninth and my brother’s 11th birthday that very night.

Fraunces Tavern was targeted by the FALN — who paid lip service to independence but in reality sought to impose a Cuban-style socialist regime in Puerto Rico — for its proximity to Wall Street and for its storied reputation as the birthplace of American liberty. Alexander Hamilton and the Sons of Liberty met there. General George Washington bade farewell to his officers at Fraunces after the Revolutionary War…./


When Americans call it the Department of Injustice that is what they are talking about.

Double hit and run hypocrite

Call out the guard….Clinton guard that is. Geesh, Clintons seem to be taking fire these days from the strangest places. The logic is just as strange.

Take Kirsten Gillibrand, for instance. Take her away. Miss Goody Two-Shoes threw the big Bubba and the dynastic Clinton duo right under the big yellow bus. The wheels go ’round and ’round, where they stop no one knows.

Roger Waters penned the lyrics of the Pink Floyd song:
“Have a cigar, you’re gonna go far…. We call it riding the gravy train.”

And right away, Gillibrand got pushback from the Clintonistas.


“Ken Starr spent $70 million on a consensual blowjob. Senate voted to keep POTUS WJC. But not enough for you @SenGillibrand?” Philippe Reines, an adviser to Hillary Clinton during her tenure in the Senate, at the State Department and during last year’s campaign, wrote on Twitter. “Over 20 yrs you took the Clintons’ endorsements, money, and seat. Hypocrite. Interesting strategy for 2020 primaries. Best of luck.”

Let the hits roll, on Gillibrand. Irony of getting Clinton’s seat, taking Clinton money and then throwing Bubba under the bus. But she really can’t get away with that when, as Reines reminded her, she was one of the defenders and took money off the Clinton machine. She acts like a search light in the fog. But the fog of Gillibrand is very dense.

Before you cheer-on Gillibrand, know it’s just part of the liberals’ revision revolution.

Included in Reines’ online post was a link to the Times story, in which Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said it would have been the “appropriate response” for Bill Clinton to resign in response to revelations that he had a sexual relationship with a White House intern, Lewinsky, while he was president. Gillibrand couched her statement to the Times by saying Clinton’s scandal occurred in a different era and that it would have played out much differently had it happened today.

So there’s that different era thing, again. That’s code for liberals’ evolution theme song, “Move On.” And Dems keep moving and moving along. While moving, though, pay no attention to who has to be thrown under the bus to keep the wheels moving.

No, Gillibrand, you don’t get to do that so easy. You were wrong then on the Clintons and you’re wrong now trying to distance yourself for political gain. Different era never applies to any of the left’s old ideas. It doesn’t even apply to old, stuffy leadership in the DNC. And you, Kirsten, do not represent any new era. Only more revision. It’s the pretend game that it didn’t happen, times were different then. [ctrl+alt+del history]

Actually, the left changed the times and era with the Clintons. You changed politics. But what never changed or evolved over years since was the Clintons. You used them as your benchmark for political accomplishments. You can’t have it both ways. On one hand the left made them the standard, and on the other you now denounce your total dismissal of him. Hillary has the same problems. Yet the left always thinks it can just reinvent itself, revise history to suit. Only reality and history didn’t change. Leftists are all still liars and revisers. You are the people who argued against evidence to the contrary — it didn’t count or apply. Now you are saying that history doesn’t apply now. Times are different.

Let’s be honest, what Gillibrand is really saying is what Clinton did, and what happened then, was okay in that era. But this is a different era with a different reaction. We decide. So all they keep saying now is “times are different now.” Just forget it, Clinton was a bygone era. No, not so easy. You can’t have all the benefits, both ways.

Clintons set the marker: “its a personal indiscretion that doesn’t matter.” Forget all that. The left changed the culture, changed the standard, and lowered the bar. Now you represent the high bar? Now you climb to the top of the hill? So what is different is Kirsten. The other reason to slide Clinton under the bus is so they don’t have to defend him. It ain’t going to work this time. You can’t repeal gravity, and you can’t delete history.

Gillibrand is preparing a run in 2020, but she won’t go far running away from the Clintons.
But have a cigar for a consolation prize.

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Putting on the Ritz – Blitz

When it comes to fundraising, money, greed and corruption…what more do you need to know than Clintons? The King and Queen of the Swamp.

Clintons never saw a catastrophe they coudn’t personally benefit from. Extortion and corruption is their specialty. Clintons are synonymous with corruption.

Then along comes Howard Dean to make their case, for them.

Howard Dean: Put Clinton Foundation in charge of Puerto Rico relief

By Josh Delk – 10/12/17 | The Hill

Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean on Thursday slammed President Trump for having “no clue” how to lead the federal recovery effort in Puerto Rico, suggesting that the Clinton Foundation — run by the family of Trump’s former opponent Hillary Clinton — handle it instead.

“What we should do is turn over the rehab of Puerto Rico to the Clinton Foundation. They know what they are doing. You have no clue,” said Dean, a Hillary Clinton supporter.

Read: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/355155-howard-dean-trump-should-put-clinton-foundation-in-charge-of-puerto


I was wondering how long before we heard that suggestion. Just turn part of the program and money over to Clintons’ Fundation — for safe keeping. Casablanca is calling, line #1.

I can pretty much guarantee that idea is repulsive to at least 2 thirds of the country. (even many Clinton supporters) If there were a list of people you don’t want involved, precisely because of their record, Clintons would be at the top of it. Yet here they are involved in One Appeal fundraising for disaster aid. It’s like hiring a serial killer for a baby sitter.

Every catastrophe is just another golden opportunity for Clintons to line their pockets. Putting Puerto Rico funds in their control is, come on … stupid on steroids.

Clintons, Hurricanes, and 911 Anniversaries

Clintons, from the 90’s till now, will just not go away.

Bill Clinton keeps his feet in the Fundation business, and Hillary can’t even let go of the last election. She’s obsessed and Bill is possessed.

Once again, Hillary is sucking all the oxygen out of the room saying “It’s Happening!” Her book is happening, I guess, but she isn’t. Everyone was dying for her book?

Progressives have long been rewriting history, but now they want to revise it in real time.

Bill Clinton is banging the kettle to tell us to donate to disaster relief for hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Like he needs to tell us? The extorter-in-chief of disasters cares.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Hillary wastes no time rolling out her revision of the election.

Timing is everything. Hillary opens her book sale the day after 911, Never Forget anniversary. Also the date of the Benghazi attack 5 years ago, which Hillary never did take responsibility in. And two days after the devastating Florida Hurricane Irma. Move over Irma, Hurricane Hillary is on the loose. She stuck her finger in two eyes at once.

After the biggest US election, suffering a historical defeat, she now needs to tell us “What Happened”. The people happened, Hillary. Benghazi happened. Pay to play and corruption happened. Deleted emails happened. Lying and obstruction of justice happened. Now she is full of explanations to tell us “What Happened.” No, she owed us explanations for her actions for the corruption and obstruction, not self-righteous election revision.

She should be in jail not out signing books. The Politics of Arrogance.

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Going off script on Hillary

Hillary the Vagina Victim chasing the vagina vote.

Sometimes you have to go rogue, as Sarah Palin puts it. It seems 2016 is one of those times. If that is the secret ingredient, then we need a whole lot of rogue.

I listen to Hillary’s ad where she tells people “you will always have a seat at the table when I’m in the White House.” But what does that really mean? Who is she talking to? She could mean you’ll have a seat alright — a seat at the kids table in the servants quarters….where you are told to hush up.

Another ad she says “We want to write the next chapter in American greatness.” Really, her? But she is exactly the wrong candidate for that. What does SHE mean by greatness:, having a vagina in the Oval Office?

Few times I have seen such great opportunities, I mean to expose and attack an elitist like her. She almost invites it. She is the worst advocate for Hillary.

Then to realize believing anything she says requires the willing suspension of disbelief. She couches everything in vague or code words to Democrats. Talk about Dog Whistles! 68% of people don’t think she is honest or don’t trust her in spite of her experience. And a percentage of untrusting souls would still vote for her. Greatness personified.

The days when she and Bill can sell themselves as the outsiders from Arkansas to a naive public are long, long gone. The victim ticket –no way can they get away with that.

Its pretty bad when even CNN refers to the DNC convention as a coronation of Hillary. Whatever the subtitle themes, coronation is the central one.

The day before the convention she goes on 60 minutes and says ‘I don’t know what their convention was about… except just talking about me.’ She chuckles as if rehearsed. That’s it she is pulling the victim card once again. Let’s see if they have Michael Brown’s family and a Ferguson video? So the other theme is victim-hood, that’s the subject. Call Dems anything you want but you cannot call them victims in 2016. Villains maybe, serial abusers. Call Hillary anything but don’t call her a victim.

She called the Republican candidate and convention divisive. So now talking about the most divisive duo in politics makes you divisive?

“I seem to be the only unifying theme that they had. There was no positive agenda. It was a very dark, divisive campaign. And the people who were speaking were painting a picture of our country that I did not recognize …you know, negative, scapegoating, fear, bigotry, smears. I just was so — I was saddened by it.”

Whoop there it is! “I’m a victim.” It’s hard to claim that from someone skilled at using the power of government levers for her own benefit, and covering her bloody trail.

Was she a victim in Benghazi? But isn’t that basically what her narrative was? That’s because the Clintons always project themselves as victims, it’s what they do. Listen to their voices with that in mind, you can hear it. Defiant victimhood. They are the victims. Except all of us Americans have been victimized by the Clintons and, in their eyes, we aren’t through being battered victims yet — because they aren’t done abusing us.

Being a victim is the basis of Clintons’ shtick. Watch, it’s their entire routine:

“I often feel like there’s the Hillary standard and then there’s the standard for everybody else…. [calling it] unfounded, inaccurate, mean-spirited attacks with no basis in truth… [that] take on a life of their own.”

Well, that looks like it came right from the Comey hearings on emailgate. And guess what, now the DNC has its own email problems. A higher standard for Clintons, really? Don’t make me laugh. See what I mean, a victim theme. Its pretty simple when that is all there is, victimhood narrative. What about four Americans in Benghazi, murdered cops, American victims of Obama and Hillary’s policies?

In fact, if you look back at that political career of Clintons, you’ll see that since the beginning on the national stage, they required and got plenty of forgiveness. The public had to dismiss the snafus from the moment they arrived from Arkansas. Then there was the comeback kid thing propelling Bubba down the winning road. All the tricks it would take. Though they always required us to ignore or not believe the scandals and problems. Portraying themselves as victims is their natural forte.

But now, after all these years, when it still continues and goes on, we are still expected to ignore it while they serve themselves. (that’s what they mean by public service)

Hillary and Kaine practically copied the VP roll out of Trump. Already Kaine has tried to change his strong position supporting TPP.

Hillary wants back in the White House bad. After looking at what they did the first time, you can see why.

Oh, yes, it is time for opposition to Clintons to go rogue because whatever we have done in the past has not worked. Treating them with kid gloves is very unwise.

When the vagina-victim monologue fails, well, then it’s time to “Reintroduce” herself. (as that innocent victim) But she won’t go rogue, there is always a script and choreography.

Last week Hillary mocked Trump’s RNC convention as Wizard of Oz where they pulled back the curtain exposing that little guy. Now we have emails of all the behind the curtain corruption with DNC Debbie. But the Wicked Witch hasn’t started to melt yet. Needs a new reintroduction to voters. But the script goes on, and on, and on.

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Fallen trees, forests, and witnesses

Here is a good article worth a read. We know political connections in Washington run deep, How deep? And to any observer, the establishment wing of the RNC acts very odd and aloof in spite of the base of the Party. Sometimes acting as its own worst enemy. This article goes a long way in explaining what could be behind much of it. It’s just a matter of connecting dots and events over nearly 30 years. The piece is over a year old. The same issues seem important again in this election.

Government Coverups Behind Islamic Invasion of America

Walid Shoebat | February 15, 2014 | Freedom Outpost

If ever there was a political ‘odd couple’, George H.W. ‘Felix’ Bush and Bill ‘Oscar’ Clinton fit the bill. Sure, living U.S. presidents share things in common no one else on earth shares but the relationship between the 41st and 42nd Presidents respectively, always seemed to smack of being suspiciously close. In 2006, I saw Bush 41 speak at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and he referred to this relationship as such; he acknowledged it without explaining it.

The subsequent and logical unanswered question “why?” asked by several people, silently in their own minds, hung in the air and was never answered.

Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/02/government-coverups-behind-islamic-invasion-america/

The expression is is “if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it still make a sound?” You might say in this case it was also a pretty quiet tree. But any witnesses aren’t saying much about it either.

Green grass and high tides: commencement du jour

With all the yap on the airwaves about commencement addresses, I thought it was time to tackle one of these speechified manifestos myself. So bear with me.

Not that conservatives usually get to speak at such an event. You know the numbers. If so, maybe it should go something like this. First, context is important: remember that they don’t really care what you say, it’s their day. But you the speaker must slice through those biases, however you can, without tempering your message. Enough as been said already on lofty “finer points” of ed-U-K-shun, so stuff that in the sock drawer. It isn’t your mom and pop’s type education we’re talking about now. Onward.

Hit a couple high points, and hit a few low ones, then sum it up as the world is your oyster and make lemonade out of lemons. Well, scratch that outline and just go for it.

I’d like to talk to you on this special day, and thank you for inviting me. Though it wasn’t so much an invitation as a booking arrangement. I just happened to be the one available.

While the fleeting idea of grand accomplishment is still thick in the air, I would like to address that. But it requires a little history or background. I’m not going to explain details of events, if you don’t know what they are you can Google it as I talk. I didn’t get paid a professor’s salary to come here and I don’t have tenure. So….

You may have the feeling right now that you have achieved a certain level, or reached some nirvana status. Whether or not that is on your way to higher aspirations or it is the height of your achievement is all open for debate.

Knowledge is power, education is achievement, and all that stuff hangs like a cloud over campuses like this. Academic accomplishment is still something to be proud of. (enjoy it while you can)

However, what I hope to do is remind you of just a few events. Of course you don’t remember but have you heard of Enron? Look it up if not. They were not bottom feeders, pardon the pun. Those involved in the scandal were educated, smart, accomplished people. There was the savings and loan(S & L) scandal. Bankers, educated, and smart people.

How about Nixon’s administration? You know all those people in the Watergate scandal – you don’t have to know their names — who were indicted or part of it were educated, intelligent people, lawyers and advisers. You might remember some of the Clintons’ scandals. Right, they don’t use that word scandal anymore because it’s a pejorative. That aside, remember those incidents called right-wing conspiracies that were always hovering around the Clintons and the White House? Let’s call them controversies just to be kind. Whatever you heard, there were some smart people in them. You don’t have to know all the details — which would require a four year course — to know they had intelligent and educated people in their circle.

You probably know about some media personalities in mainstream media. They are educated people, too, with degrees and such. Not without flaw, error or controversy.

That collective sampling of history sort of tells us something, doesn’t it? They can all be educated, very intelligent people but they make mistakes too. Sure, they aren’t perfect and none of us are. The lesson of all those things is simple.

So if you thought education was a status of achievement that would prevent you from screwing up, you are mistaken. If you thought education was your exemption ticket from scandal or problems, you were wrong. If you thought your education would diminish the chances of screwing up or even failing, you would be wrong.

Actually, your chances of finding yourself in a bad situation may have gone up with that new degree. It certainly will not save you from trouble. I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that you are not immune because of your education or intelligence.

Some very intelligent and educated people created some pretty huge problems. Their education did not save them from corruption or scandal, and probably wouldn’t save you. Many good, successful people were also intelligent and educated.

If you studied anything on ethics, you know there are choices you will be asked to make. Sometimes it might be either or; sometimes it might be picking both at the same time; you may be forced to choose. You might have to decide if you really want that abortion you were told was your “right”? You might have to decide if that building the crowd broke all the windows in should be looted? You might have to decide whether or not you will be a witness to that assault or robbery you just saw? You may have to decide on a given day if you are going to be a spectator or intervene on behalf of a victim in the making? You might have to decide if what your boss told you to do is ethical? You might decide if money or gifts are really bribes? Or not; but you will have to make some choices.

And you will have to decide if you are going to vote, then whom you vote for? No choice is still a choice. You will have to determine if those in power really do speak for you or they are taking people’s votes for granted. You may be called on, at some point, to make a decision between the profitable thing and the right thing to do? You may also have to decide when enough is really enough? I nor anyone else can tell you what choices to make.

We can tell you or encourage you to make the right one but the decision is yours. So when you make the right choice a bell doesn’t go off, or a buzzer doesn’t sound when you make the wrong one. Sometimes you may not even know if it was the right decision, only that you made one. Sometime you might not be aware you made a choice. Or sometime you may think you really have no choice.

No one can give you the answers; we can’t even tell you the questions. We can tell you to make the right decision. Then own that decision. Don’t blame someone else, or justify it by some excuse. Just admit it was yours to make and live with your decision. You made a choice when you came here. Now live with that choice.

Why such concern about feeling a nirvana or sense of immunity to problems? Unchecked it can lead one right into false confidence. That concern is validated for a reason.

You have probably been warned about greed or heard it blamed as an enemy of society and social justice. CS Lewis in The Great Sin describes the subject this way:

“What is it that makes a man with 10,000 pounds a year anxious to get 20,000 a year? It is not the greed for more pleasure. 10,000 pounds will give all the luxuries that any man can really enjoy. It is Pride – the wish to be richer than some other rich man, and (still more) the wish for power.

For, of course, power is what Pride really enjoys: there is nothing makes a man feel so superior to others as being able to move them about like toy soldiers. Pride is competitive by its very nature: that is why it goes on and on. If I am a proud man, then, as long as there is one man in the whole world more powerful, or richer, or cleverer than I, he is my rival and my enemy.”

Proverbs 16:18 “Pride goeth before destruction: and the spirit is lifted up before a fall.”

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Peru: sterilization charges dropped on fmr President

Hadn’t seen this till now, from months ago. Plus a look back at golden years. (as some view them)

Fujimori cleared in sterilization case

AP Frank Bajak conntributed to this report | January 25, 2014

Alberto Fujimori at Andrews Air Force Base in 1998 Wikipedia

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvian prosecutors say they have dropped a criminal investigation against former President Alberto Fujimori and health ministers who served under him over a 1990s mass sterilization program under which thousands of women say they were forcibly sterilized.

The probe had been re-opened in 2011 under pressure from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. But in a statement Friday, prosecutor Marco Guzman said he had shelved the inquiry against Fujimori and 26 former high-ranking officials after deciding that no crime against humanity had been committed.

Sigfredo Florian, a lawyer representing the victims, said they would appeal and referred to the forced sterilization case of Mamerita Mestanza. “Only four low-ranking provincial doctors have been accused in the 1998 death of the peasant Mestanza,” Florian said. “And not taken into account were the 140 volumes of evidence from the complaints of the other 2,074 peasant women” who say their tubal ligations were coerced.

Mestanza, a 33-year-old mother of seven, died in 1996 after being pressured into the surgery. Peru had agreed to pay more than $100,000 to Mestanza’s survivors and guarantee her children free education through high school as well as free medical care. But the Inter-American commission, dissatisfied that the settlement was not honored, pressed for a criminal probe.

Fujimori, now imprisoned for corruption and authorizing death squads, claims the sterilizations from 1995 to 2000 of more than 300,000 mostly poor, illiterate indigenous women were voluntary. The women say they were deceived, browbeaten, threatened with jail, bribed with food parcels and otherwise pressured into the operations to meet program quotas.

Activists say that besides being forced, the sterilizations were often carried out in unsanitary conditions. They documented 18 cases of women who, like Mestanza, died of infections shortly after surgery.

Mestanza had been told she needed to be sterilized because women who gave birth to more than seven children were being imprisoned, according to the settlement. In the annals of government-sanctioned involuntary sterilizations, Peru’s appear to be among the biggest in modern history, also affecting nearly 25,000 men.

Fujimori boasted that it dropped Peru’s birth rate from 3.7 children per woman in 1990 to 2.7 children a decade later. Officials of Fujimori’s government claimed any excesses were the fault of overzealous local medical authorities. But the program was so controversial that the U.S. Congress cut aid payments to Peru that had been used to fund the program.

After Fujimori’s government fell in a 2000 corruption scandal, lawmakers initially recommended genocide charges against the president. That probe was shelved in 2009 after prosecutors determined the statute of limitations had run out on the alleged crimes of serious bodily injury and manslaughter.

Reproductive rights activists claimed, however, that the sterilizations constituted a crime against humanity due to their scale and systematic nature.


This took place in the 1990’s and all these years later they decide ‘not enough evidence’ and drop the charges. Sounds suspicious considering the scale. So this was going on while Clinton was in office. Better yet, we had an aid program that even funded it.

There were sterilizations from 1995 to 2000 of more than 300,000 women. But that wasn’t so bad and and they see no crimes here. Nothing to see.

From Wikipedia: (had support, including that American aide funding)

The 1991 Barrios Altos massacre by members of the death squad Grupo Colina, made up of members of the Peruvian Armed Forces, was one of the crimes cited in the request for his extradition submitted by the Peruvian government to Japan in 2003.

From 1996 to 2000, the Fujimori government oversaw a massive family planning campaign known as Voluntary Surgical Contraception. The United Nations and other international aid agencies supported this campaign. The Nippon Foundation, headed by Ayako Sono, a Japanese novelist and personal friend of Fujimori, supported as well. Nearly 300,000, mostly indigenous, women were coercively or forcefully sterilized during these years.

This illustrates the evils of celebrated contraception and birth control programs. At least he was charged on death squads and corruption. Yet while the forced sterilization program was in full force, it received funding from the US and glowing support of the UN.

He is still serving 25 years for death squads and corruption. But sterilization charges and the government enforcers are off the hook.

Although rife with corruption and politics resembling third world class, he was credited with economic reforms and continues to have a popular following. Interesting that his administration played out while Clinton was in office. Clintons benefited from the economy and Republicans’ fiscal policies, and still enjoyed popularity despite all the scandals and their brand of politics. Even now many people nostalgically look back at the golden Clinton years. There are some parallels.

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Welcome to Wienerville

That’s the place where apparently you say and/or do anything you want, and complain about bad press coverage after. I admit “Yes he did” was the only thing I’ve been thinking on Anthony Wiener. I tried to avoid discussing it.  Even the jokes get old.

When Wiener’s road show seems to hit a dead end, he adds a few more rings to his circus. I mean if you thought he was raunchy, he just outdid himself… or his campaign upstaged him. He must be hiring from his personal email list.

Turns out his communications person for the campaign is a walking talking x-rated gaffe-master, sorority girl in her own right. That must be common for him because one of his disgruntled intern staffers wrote a tell-all about Wiener’s campaign.

But just as you think that is bad enough to have a staffer spilling the beans on the x-rated candidate, the reaction from his spokesperson was even worse. She called her a bitch, the c-word, the t-word, and finished her sorority smack down by calling her a “slutbag”, which lit twitter on fire. Is the whole world laughing yet? She also said she was going to fire her but the staffer begged for a second chance. ( Didn’t I hear that one before?)

Apparently everyone around the globe is now waiting for the definition of “slutbag”

Talking Points memo said:

TPM called Weiner’s communications director Barbara Morgan to discuss an unrelated story Tuesday and she went off on a curse-filled rant about Nuzzi, describing her as a fame hungry “bitch” who “sucked” at her job. Morgan also called Nuzzi a “slutbag,” “t**t,” and “c**!” while threatening to sue her.

Imagine that, Nuzzi sucked at her job but she kept her. Now I’m really confused.

Yesterday you had Clinton’s pissed off at Wiener. Is there anyone left he hasn’t offended? Yet yesterday he also took to the air saying: ‘Quit isn’t the way we roll in New York City’. And how we heard from his spokesperson, any questions? So we just had to see the way Anthony Wiener rolls.

Unlike Wiener, by tomorrow I’ll be embarrassed that I posted this.

Update to the story: Wiener’s communication director apologized for her language thinking it was off-record. Duh, a campaign has a communications blowout and she thought it was off record? Does the DNC need a new communications person?

Welcome to Wienerworld, where anything can happen at any time – apologies to follow.
Good thing his spokesperson is a woman, or he might have had a real problem.

As Led Zeppelin’s song by the same name goes:
“Communication Breakdown, It’s always the same,
I’m having a nervous breakdown, Drive me insane!”