Skip to comments.Wis. Senate Race Steers Clear of the 'L' Word
Posted on 09/12/2012 4:53:36 PM PDT by SMGFan
Plenty of "L" words will be used to describe Democratic Rep. Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin's closely watched Senate race - "liberal," "left," "labor" - but "lesbian" is not likely to be one of them.
If Baldwin wins, the seven-term Congresswoman would be the nation's first openly gay Senator. But to date, the race that could decide the balance of the Senate has steered clear of social issues - including Baldwin's sexual orientation. That is why an email last week from her opponent's political director questioning her "heartland values" and featuring a video of Baldwin at a 2010 gay pride parade caught so much attention.
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361,000,000 hits in a Bing search for "lesbian".
239,000,000 hits in a Bing search for "lesbian".
"Lesbians" win. Note: I chose not to search for pictures under the same key words, but I suspect that the lesbians show more enthusiasm too. It's not clear who wins the battle at the ballot box. My inclination is the indirect questing of heartland values is probably more effective than a direct comment on her recreational preferences.
Perhaps some straight-for-the-throat tactics could be effective.
so she supports homosexual based marriage
weakening the military via homosexuals in the military
This just needs to be outed as much as possible.
Another radical homosexual is not what congress needs.
(Like the cowboy said when the tourist asked if he was a real cowboy: "Well, I love women, I love to kiss women, I love to sleep with women. I thought I was a cowboy but I guess I'm a lesbian.")
Here in Indiana, I’ve yet to see a campaign advert that used the word “Democrat”.
NONE of the candidates, Governor, Senator, House has the D word anywhere.
Apparently that brand isn’t selling well these days?
Catholic school girls gone wild....
What do lesbians need in order to get married?
Answer (ducking under table)
A Lick Her License........
Well, I never understand certain things.
On the one hand, they say, we’re here, we’re queer, etc, and, that we need to celebrate diversity. Gays are proud and out of the closet.
On the other hand, we’re not supposed to know or say anything about a homosexual candidate.
So which is it? If lesbianism is okay and we’re supposed to celebrate diversity, why wouldn’t she want to talk about it???
Did you hear about the lesbian who drove a panel truck full of dildoes?
She was known as “Dick Van Dyke”.
Total BS LPAC released a fund raising letter on August 14th. The Lesbian PAC kind of made the issue public. There is an article on Huffington post detailing their support.
Got a little Nurse Ratched thing going on, doesn’t she? Not quite up to the Hillary standard, but she’s getting there.
“Nearly every statement released by Republicans refers to Baldwin as “Extreme Madison Liberal Tammy Baldwin,” mostly in reference to her voting record being among the most liberal in the House.
“The Thompson campaign has consistently stressed Baldwin’s liberal voting record in Washington, and so we’re going to see a campaign that paints her as a very liberal, out of touch”
I wish the Romney campaign would use this approach. This campaign is a referendum on Obama.Labels work Keep painting him as a liberal at every turn until it sinks in. We are a center right nation and liberals do not sell well. Ask Mike “Yes I admit I am a liberal” Dukakis