Great job by Fox’s Shannon Bream on why Obama’s approval rating with women has taken a dive. They use a comment from me and reference my column on the issue which hits tomorrow at the Washington Times. That post and link will appear here at at Tammy Blog 845am ET Thursday ūüôā Thanks to RuBegonia for catching this segment.

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  1. Maynard says:

    Meanwhile, further confirmation that everything Obama touches turns to sh*t.

    • makeshifty says:

      But that’s like saying the Sun rises in the East. *All* pardoned turkeys have died within a week or so of Thanksgiving. It’s because of the way they’re raised. Farmers use hormones and special feed to make them grow quickly. By the time they’re pardoned, their internal organs are beginning to shut down. The “pardoning” is purely a symbolic act. There is no reprieve for these turkeys.

  2. Maynard says:

    Meanwhile, just to prove that Bloomberg didn’t have a monopoly on nanny-ism and micromanagement…Vancouver has banned doorknobs. Because, you know, levers are easier for disabled people and animals.

    What the hell is wrong with everyone?

  3. ShArKy says:

    i think tammy well deserves to be a permanent panel member on that show. they need to ditch one of the more lying liberals from the panel & replace them with tammy

  4. Alain41 says:

    News from Japan that strikes me as odd, the PM is proposing new stricter security laws. Reason given is so as to better align with U.S. (and other countries). Hmmm, the U.S. is Japan’s biggest supporter/protector. Now with the NSA scandal exposed by Snowden, most countries are looking at are they too secretive. Why would Japan go the other way? Has Obama/Kerry/Hagel et al pressured/promised goodies to Japan for doing this? What does the U.S. Ambassador think about tighter secrecy laws? And who is the new Ambassador to Japan? Obama wouldn’t be setting up another woman to front his shabby dealings again, would he?

    http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/asia/story/thousands-protest-against-tough-new-official-secrets-law-japan-20131121

  5. makeshifty says:

    I’m wondering what this is going to do to the ratings of the more liberal news networks. They’ve staked themselves to the Obama Administration, supporting Obamacare. Are they going to be punished by these women?

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