MSNBC, Democrats: Hilary Who?

by Datechguy | April 13th, 2012

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MSNBC, Democrats: Hilary Who?

Watch­ing MSNBC today tells me two things:

1. The White House and the MSM are REALLY scared about the Hilary Rosen stuff

2. The attempt to spin it away is failing

Joe Scar­bor­ough spent a fair amount of time try­ing to de-​link Hilary Rosen from the white house that she has vis­ited an aver­age of once a month and pivot to Allen West (still ignor­ing the actual facts in the case).

Strangely enough nobody seems to be buy­ing this spin:

Remem­ber, this is a “smear.” Point­ing out the things Democ­rats have said, when they lie about hav­ing said them, is a “smear.” Just like it’s a “smear” to refer to Rosen as an Obama advi­sor, no mat­ter how many times she’s been to the White House in the last three years. She has absolutely no con­nec­tion what­so­ever to Obama and the Democ­rats, because such facts are no longer polit­i­cally inconvenient.

And what’s 35 vis­its to the White house includ­ing 5 meet­ings with the Pres­i­dent that she has noth­ing to do with.

Bot­tom line: For the last three years, Hilary Rosen has met nearly three dozen times with top Obama com­mu­ni­ca­tions and polit­i­cal strate­gists from Valerie Jar­rett to David Axel­rod to Anita Dunn to Jim Messina to the pres­i­dent himself.

Any notion that her frontal assault on GOP women was an acci­dent or lone wolf move is con­tra­dicted by the long paper trail of her inti­mate work­ing rela­tion­ship with the White House campaign/​media team. The data also puts the dis­avowals of Messina/​Axelrod last night into much-​needed perspective.

They can’t dis­as­so­ci­ate them­selves from one of their most fre­quent vis­i­tors and associates.

Not to men­tion one of their biggest con­trib­u­tors:

Which reminds us, every time a con­ser­v­a­tive steps in it, be it on TV or radio, the stormtroop­ers from Media Mat­ters, along with their part­ners from the White House and DNC, leap into feigned out­rage and begin their tire­some boycotts.

Where are the Soros fly­ing mon­keys today? Not a peep about this assault on stay at home moth­ers and Ann Rom­ney. An off-​color remark about a DNC plant whin­ing about con­tra­cep­tion costs and there’s weeks of national head­lines. The biggest story in Amer­ica this day? Meh.

It’s been incred­i­bly amus­ing watch­ing Democ­rats dis­tance them­selves today, pre­tend­ing they hardly have any­thing to do with each other. Funny, con­sid­er­ing Rosen has con­tributed at least $189,000 to them. Not to men­tion another $157,000 to spe­cial inter­ests. Oh, she did toss a cou­ple of bucks to a few Repub­li­cans over the years. Last one? Mark Foley.

Nope noth­ing to see here, except of course a grin so huge on Stacy McCain’s face that you can see it on his blog.

Unfor­tu­nately it has been the talk of twit­ter.

Ann Rom­ney was more pop­u­lar on Twit­ter than Justin Bieber today.

And even worse instead of the unin­spir­ing Mitt Rom­ney on-​screen the very inspir­ing, very per­son­able Ann Rom­ney is sud­denly the face of the campaign.

The White House and the left is scared, VERY SCARED. Ann Alt­house nails it

It’s the turn­ing point in the pres­i­den­tial race… strangely, and yet not sur­pris­ingly. The tra­jec­tory changes right here. Today.

then puts it in perspective:

As we’d talked about ear­lier: The Democ­rats don’t really believe any­thing. They’re just work­ing on var­i­ous vot­ing blocs. They started this “war on women” theme, but it was a means to an end. Women were out there, so numer­ous, so richly exploitable. The cam­paign made its move. And then… the slip.

And as for the president’s line about fam­i­lies being off-​limits, Glenn Reynolds puts it well:

Tell it to the peo­ple who cov­ered Sarah Palin, some of whom have been invited to din­ner with Obama.

On and this is going to be all over the Sun­day shows this week­end INCLUD­ING Meet the Press.

Worst part of this for the left. It makes Ann Rom­ney the face of the GOP cam­paign and gives her hus­band empa­thy with the aver­age voter who doesn’t pay atten­tion every day.

This is dis­as­ter for the left, and will be the first thing thrown into their faces when they try to play the “War on Women” card in the future.

Then again the Obama cam­paign can always talk about the econ­omy instead…

Update:
That’ll leave a mark: Dems Attack Breast Can­cer Sur­vivor, MS Victim

Update: Whoppi spins for the day­time audi­ence, too lit­tle too late?

Watching MSNBC today tells me two things:

1. The White House and the MSM are REALLY scared about the Hilary Rosen stuff

2. The attempt to spin it away is failing

Joe Scarborough spent a fair amount of time trying to de-link Hilary Rosen from the white house that she has visited an average of once a month and pivot to Allen West (still ignoring the actual facts in the case).

Strangely enough nobody seems to be buying this spin:

Remember, this is a “smear.” Pointing out the things Democrats have said, when they lie about having said them, is a “smear.” Just like it’s a “smear” to refer to Rosen as an Obama advisor, no matter how many times she’s been to the White House in the last three years. She has absolutely no connection whatsoever to Obama and the Democrats, because such facts are no longer politically inconvenient.

And what’s 35 visits to the White house including 5 meetings with the President that she has nothing to do with.

Bottom line: For the last three years, Hilary Rosen has met nearly three dozen times with top Obama communications and political strategists from Valerie Jarrett to David Axelrod to Anita Dunn to Jim Messina to the president himself.

Any notion that her frontal assault on GOP women was an accident or lone wolf move is contradicted by the long paper trail of her intimate working relationship with the White House campaign/media team. The data also puts the disavowals of Messina/Axelrod last night into much-needed perspective.

They can’t disassociate themselves from one of their most frequent visitors and associates.

Not to mention one of their biggest contributors:

Which reminds us, every time a conservative steps in it, be it on TV or radio, the stormtroopers from Media Matters, along with their partners from the White House and DNC, leap into feigned outrage and begin their tiresome boycotts.

Where are the Soros flying monkeys today? Not a peep about this assault on stay at home mothers and Ann Romney. An off-color remark about a DNC plant whining about contraception costs and there’s weeks of national headlines. The biggest story in America this day? Meh.

It’s been incredibly amusing watching Democrats distance themselves today, pretending they hardly have anything to do with each other. Funny, considering Rosen has contributed at least $189,000 to them. Not to mention another $157,000 to special interests. Oh, she did toss a couple of bucks to a few Republicans over the years. Last one? Mark Foley.

Nope nothing to see here, except of course a grin so huge on Stacy McCain’s face that you can see it on his blog.

Unfortunately it has been the talk of twitter.

Ann Romney was more popular on Twitter than Justin Bieber today.

And even worse instead of the uninspiring Mitt Romney on-screen the very inspiring, very personable Ann Romney is suddenly the face of the campaign.

The White House and the left is scared, VERY SCARED. Ann Althouse nails it

It’s the turning point in the presidential race… strangely, and yet not surprisingly. The trajectory changes right here. Today.

then puts it in perspective:

As we’d talked about earlier: The Democrats don’t really believe anything. They’re just working on various voting blocs. They started this “war on women” theme, but it was a means to an end. Women were out there, so numerous, so richly exploitable. The campaign made its move. And then… the slip.

And as for the president’s line about families being off-limits, Glenn Reynolds puts it well:

Tell it to the people who covered Sarah Palin, some of whom have been invited to dinner with Obama.

On and this is going to be all over the Sunday shows this weekend INCLUDING Meet the Press.

Worst part of this for the left. It makes Ann Romney the face of the GOP campaign and gives her husband empathy with the average voter who doesn’t pay attention every day.

This is disaster for the left, and will be the first thing thrown into their faces when they try to play the “War on Women” card in the future.

Then again the Obama campaign can always talk about the economy instead…

Update:
That’ll leave a mark: Dems Attack Breast Cancer Survivor, MS Victim

Update: Whoppi spins for the daytime audience, too little too late?

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