Friday, May 07, 2010

Further proof that Babs Boxer really is a dolt

Radio host Hugh Hewitt often makes the assertion that California Senator Barbara (Call me Senator, don't call me Ma'am) Boxer is dumb as a brick, and is probably the stupidest member of the U.S. Senate. Based on what I have heard come out of the mouth of that woman, I have always been inclined to wholeheartedly agree with Mr. Hewitt.

Now, the far-left leaning Los Angeles Times has helped to quash the notion that pointing out Boxer's low mental octane is merely an exercise in partisan politics.

The Times editorial board is refusing to endorse Boxer for reelection because,
On the Democratic side, we find that we're no fans of incumbent Barbara Boxer. She displays less intellectual firepower or leadership than she could.
When the L.A. Times is agreeing that Boxer lacks "intellectual firepower," that's saying something. Now granted, the Times has also refused to endorse anyone else in any of the other state political races, but that does not detract from the fact that they saw fit to point out Boxer's intellectual deficiencies.

Too bad that Boxer lacks the "intellectual firepower" to realize that she has no business being in the United States Senate, and even worse that too many California voters lack the intellectual firepower to come to the same conclusion.

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free... it expects what never was, and never will be." -Thomas Jefferson


Anonymous said...

Don't worry, Barbara. Even though the Times does not endorse you, that paragon of intellectualism, otherwise known as the CTA has come out in favor of our girl Babs! She is saved!

W.R. Chandler said...

Heh, I was going to blog about that. I just finished reading the latest edition of the union rag tonight, and noticed it was pretty much a total slate of Dems that the CTA endorsed. Shocka!