Sunday, November 01, 2009

Valarie Jarretts needs to look in the mirror before she label conservatives "extreme".

Senior White House adviser Valarie Jarrett is either a mental case or just clueless. Take your pick. Liberals have bastardized the word "extremist" when referring to the conservatives as much as they have bastardized the words "racist" and "Nazi". Valarie has a problem with the fact that Dede" Scozzafava has dropped out of the New York 23rd district congressional race, and conservatives are rallying solidly behind Doug Hoffman. Valarie Jarret was a guest on this Sunday's ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos show. This is what Valarie Jarret had to say about the 23rd congressional race.

Valarie Jarret “It’s rather telling when the Republican Party forces out a moderate Republican and it says, I think, a great deal about where the Republican Party leadership is right now”.

Valarie "Slumlord" Jarret must didn't get the memo that Dede dropped out of the race, because she was lagging far behind Doug Hoffman and Bill Owen, and she knew she couldn't make up ground. It was Dede's choice whether she wanted to stay in or drop out.

Valarie also went on to say "This Week” that the rise of a Conservative Party challenger in a closely watched upstate New York House election shows that the Republican Party leadership is “becoming more and more extreme, and more and more marginalized.

Leave it the Valarie to go on a show where her comments would never be challenged. Valarie has some nerve to invoke the word "extreme". This is another teachable moment about a pot calling a kettle black. This is the same Valarie Jarrett who's background is radical in itself. This is the same Valarie Jarrett that has picked Obama's extremist czars with the most notable being Van Jones.

So Valarie really doesn't have a leg in which to stand on when she labels the GOP leadership as "extreme" especialy with no facts what so ever to back up her claim. Let's take a peak into the leadership of the Democrat Party for a moment. A sign should read "No Pro Life, Traditional Marriage supporting conservatives nor moderates need not apply to run as Democrats for political office". Since Valarie wants to go down this road when it comes to Republicans, where is the ideological diversity within the Democrat Party? The war within the Republican Party at least shows that the GOP isn't a one ideology party. Jarrett can't say the same for the Democrat Party. I don't know what's more extreme then killing unborn babies which is the platform of her party, but I'm sure ol Janet knows the answer to that. I would love to ask her specifically what platform within the Republican Party is actually "extreme". Of course if I did ask her that question, she wouldn't know how to respond. Liberals are great a spewing stupid rhetoric, because they know they won't be challenged on what they say by their allies in the media. They very rarely are. I wonder what were Valerie Jarret's thoughts on Democrats that ganged up on Joe Liberman just because he came out in support of the war in Iraq and supported John McCain? Valaire really needs to get out of the white house more and look in the mirror more often. I'm sure Valerie also has no comment on how her liberal Democrat Obama supporters were demanding that Hillary Clinton get out of the race to make room for Obama back during the Democrat primaries. It wouldn't surprise me in the least.


Blogger Frank A. Dupree said...

It's the been the case with the democrats, liberals, progressives and leftists for as long as I can remember. Anyone with values that are even close to "Conservative" is not welcome in the democrat party. They only want overconscientious objectors when it's something that the left doesn't like or want. If it's something the left wants and you're a democrat, you had damn well better be in support; or else. Now more and more Conservatives are getting involved in and gathering more and more support in races with "moderate" republicans. Due to this changing political dynamic, the left thinks it can lecture us about being "inclusive." All you have to do is take a look at the Deeds campaign in VA to see how "inclusive" and "supportive" democrats are when things look bleak.

5:36 AM  
Blogger Frank A. Dupree said...

Another thing about Valerie Jarrett and her ilk: They don't believe that their views are radical. They think they're socially and politically progressive (ie. far left liberal). She believes that there is something fundamentally wrong with our country. She thinks that the only way to fix it is to use the power of the federal government to champion social, economic and political justice. Anyone with views that are not in line with hers, she calls them extremists in order to marginalize them. All the while, she is marginalizing "Conservatives" because she can't debate us with facts; she has to rely on rhetoric and conjecture. So to all you Conservatives out there I say again, "STAY THE COURSE!!!!"

5:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Her calling people like me an extremist is laughable. Considering the blatant disregard for the wishes of the constituents of this nation displayed by the Administration she is under the employ of makes her come across as a bitter ranting elitist who is mad because no one wants to buy the crap sandwich that far leftists are offering.

4:03 PM  

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