Folks, I caught her on H&C last night or the night before, but tonight she was on with John Kasich of Heartland about the attack on the Minutemen at Columbia University. Do I know her name? Yep. Am I going to print it here? Nope. You can watch the video yourself and send her a virtual slap across the face. She SOOO deserves it!
“Don’t patronize me… I don’t care about your parents.” ??? Bet her mom is OH so proud of her for THAT one on national TV! Stupid bitch! Since she was never spanked as a child (obviously), perhaps a good ol’ fashioned ass whoopin’ is appropriate now as a chronological adult.
Watch her show her ass, and John set her straight, here.
Mike Gallagher was on Fox News today with Julie Banderas, talking about what Julie referred to as his “deal with devil,” giving Shirly Phelps Roper one hour of airtime in exchange for the Westboro Baptist Church signing a contract promising they would stay away from the little Amish girls funerals. As many of you know, Julie has her own past history dealing with Shirley-girl, and quite frankly, it makes me want to stand up and cheer! Here it is from last June.
Not to disappoint today, Julie asked Mike what Shirley might have done with the $50,000 he offered her first, and Mike suggested perhaps an air conditioner for their “church.” Julie thought it might have been better spent on a haircut, then Mike added “and a makeover” too. HAHA.
Ever the sharp-tongued, strongly opinionated Julie, when Mike said she turned the money down but accepted the offer of a forum to spew her venom, Julie appropriately referred to her as an airtime whore. Man, I love it!
I want you all to see an email that a gentleman named Kenneth Lamb sent to both Wild Bill and myself. Mr. Lamb has given me full permission to post this.
I read the email from the attorney.
His client is now what is known under the law as a “semi-public” personality, if in fact not a “public personality,” given the scope of the story, the breadth of its dissemination, and the fact that his client is employed as a political operative in an active campaign for the governorship.
Unless the subject’s attorney can demonstrate that you published “with a reckless disregard for the truth” in a “malicious manner,” he can go pound sand. If the IM scammer thinks this is the best legal representation he can get, he’s cooked.
I thought the most foolish part of his email had to do with premising you must have someone’s “authorization” to run his client’s name or photograph. The guy is a campaign staffer, and this is legitimate news affecting the campaign with which he is associated.