In the 2004 election, Wisconsin was barely won by John Kerry. He won the state by little more than 100,000 votes. It easily could have gone either way.
Well, I hope McCain isn't planning on Wisconsin being a key state in the 2008 election, because he's already lost it.
Last Friday, conservative
"All these years, and I didn't know there was a woman quarterback in the NFL."
"Brett Favre...we're watching this in the studio, obviously retiring from the NFL, great quarterback, handsome 38-year-old man, he gets up there and he does this press conference that was frankly one of the most embarrassing things I have ever seen."
"That's a great message for young boys. 'Get up there and act like a girl and start blubbering like a baby."
Then, in her best impersonation of a crying toddler with its favorite toy taken away, she wah-wah-wah's while uttering in a mocking tone, "It's about me, it was never about me, but it is about me, bla, bla, bla" before returning to her regular voice and stating, "I could not believe what I was seeing."
All class, baby. I believe the bounty on her head is currently set at $20,000.
Now look, I'm not big into crying either, but Ingraham's words are totally uncalled for. Favre has basically been playing football since the time he was born and it's been a game he has dedicated his life to. It's more than understandable that he'd be a little bent out of shape over retiring. Besides, I think Favre's crying showed how much passion he has for the game, and that's nothing to make fun of.
Even more impressive may be that lots of people cried when Favre retired.
Something tells me no one's going to cry when Ingraham