Thursday, January 23, 2014

Caught on Video: Wendy Davis' Attack Team Openly Mocks Greg Abbott For Being in a Wheelchair

Townhall.com ^ | January 23, 2014 | Katie Pavlich 


Project Veritas is out with a new undercover video showing staffers from Battleground Texas, an organization full of Obama for America alumni with a goal of turning Texas blue, openly mocking Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott for being in a wheelchair. Abbott is running against Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis for the governorship. Battleground Texas supports Davis and is working very hard on her behalf in the Lone Star State. The video shows Davis visiting the Battleground Texas offices where she thanked staffers for their help and refers to the group as "the secret weapon" to winning.
"I really wonder how this is going to work out since he's in a wheelchair since and most of the slogans are 'Stand with Wendy," one staffer is seen saying in the video.
"First of all he's not good looking, he doesn't speak very well, he doesn't have a good personality and he's in a wheelchair," another woman is heard saying as someone laughs loudly in the background.

CAUGHT ON TAPE: Wendy Davis Supporters, BGTX Mock Greg Abbott's Disability

According to Project Veritas, the comments were caught while investigators were looking into Obamacare navigator fraud. This isn't the first time Battleground Texas has openly mocked Abbott's disability. In October 2013, the groupsent out an email with the "joke," "Greg Abbott walks into a house in El Paso." Earlier this week, Davis came under criticism for saying Abbott hasn't "walked a day in her shoes."
Attorney General Abbott has been in a wheel chair since he was 26-years-old after a tree fell on him while running and paralyzed him from the waist down.

Wendy Davis Omits Mention of Abortion from Campaign Website

Andrew Johnson

She may owe her national stardom to her eleven-hour filibuster of a bill that bans abortions after 20 weeks, but now that she’s running for governor, Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis is shying away from any mention of abortion on her campaign website.

Her website does make mention of a filibuster — one that took place back in 2011, when she protested a budged that cut school funding.

Davis also fails to list abortion or women’s rights on her “issues” page. Her platforms are education, strong economy, government accountability, and veterans.

In recent weeks, Davis, a Texas state senator, has been plagued with accusations that she has misled the public about certain details in her compelling life story.


Krauthammer on Healthcare.gov: 'All hell's going to break loose'

FoxNews ^ | 1/22/2014 

Charles Krauthammer predicted Wednesday on "Special Report with Bret Baier" that "all hell's going to break loose" if the administration can't fix the problems with the Healthcare.gov website by mid-March.

"Right now the insurers are guessing at the subsidy, so all of this is on the honor system and it can be wildly off," Krauthammer, a syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor said. "If they undershoot, the insurers are going to go bust. If they overshoot, the government is going to be stuck with a huge bill."

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Morning Joe Panel: Wendy Davis Story Fake But True!

Caleb Howe


On MSNBC’s Morning Joe early today, the panel discussed the growing controversy over the accuracy and truthfulness of claims made by Texas Gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis. The segment has a scare chyron across the bottom of the screen that laments “GUBERNATORIAL RACE GETS UGLY EARLY”. Oh fret and bother.

Mika Brzezinski tells us that Republicans have “pounced” on the “discrepancies”, and then first tosses to NBC News political reporter Kasie Hunt, who immediately brings up what is sure to be the talking point of the week, the “basic narrative”. The basic narrative is correct, you see, even if the details were wrong.
This NBC political reporter spends the remainder of the segment blatantly campaigning for Davis, bringing up the “basic narrative” narrative a second time less than two minutes later. “Some of the details are not quite right,” she says. But “the basic narrative” is “true.”

Donny Deutsch and Willie Geist are also quick to “pounce” on this defense, and Mika takes the cake when she says “so she just exaggerated” with a tone of voice that makes it clear that exaggerating is no big deal and everyone should just shut up and vote for Wendy immediately. Which is pretty well in keeping with MSNBC’s position on the matter to date.

VIDEO at link below...
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