Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Bardot bites Palin with canine like fury

It is remarkable how vicious people, particularly female "progressive" types, are towards the vice-presidential candidacy of Sarah Palin. The depth of the animus strikes me as something Satanic in its fierce hatred. From Brietbart.com, via the Drudge Report we read this.
French film legend-turned-activist Brigitte Bardot took a swipe at Sarah Palin on Tuesday, saying the US vice presidential candidate was a disgrace to women.

"I hope you lose these elections because that would be a victory for the world," Bardot wrote in an open letter to Republican John McCain's running mate in the November vote.

"By denying the responsibility of man in global warming, by advocating gun rights and making statements that are disconcertingly stupid, you are a disgrace to women and you alone represent a terrible threat, a true environmental catastrophe," wrote Bardot.

The screen icon from the 1960s, who now heads an animal rights foundation, went on to assail Palin for supporting Arctic oil exploration that could jeopardize delicate animal habitats and for dismissing measures to protect polar bears.

"This shows your total lack of responsibility, your inability to protect or simply respect animal life," Bardot wrote.

In a final salvo against Palin, the 74-year-old ex-star picked up on Palin's depiction of herself as a pitbull wearing lipstick and said she "implored" her not to compare herself to dogs.

"I know them well and I can assure you that no pitbull, no dog, nor any other animal for that matter is as dangerous as you are," Bardot wrote.

As I have pointed out previously, polar bears, are not endangered and are actually growing in numbers. Drill baby drill!


At 11:55 pm, October 07, 2008 , Blogger Tim said...

I doubt that Ms. Bardot's comments will hurt the governor's feelings or effect the campaign. Did not Ms.Bardot have criminal charges and fines levied by the French government for "hate" speech? Nothing like venting to an American politician knowing that no retaliation will come her way.

At 10:49 pm, October 09, 2008 , Blogger John the Mad said...

Her charges relate to her concerns over radical Muslim influences in france. Her right to free speech ought to (but evidently does not) trump concerns by Muslims that amount to hurt feelings. We have the same threat to freedom hear in the great white north.


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