With elections only a couple of weeks away, I still haven't decided if I'm going to vote for Meg Whitman or not. All I know is that I'm not voting for Jerry Brown. But after this, I think I might vote for Whitman. More of Jerry's friends are coming out and bashing the gubernatorial candidate this time from N.O.W.'s President and she calls her a "Political Whore". Another classy jester and comment from the ever increasing radical left.
Now, the National Organization Of Women doesn't speak for all women, but try and take them with a grain of salt, but you can not just throw this aside. Just imagine if a person or group who supports Meg Whitman such as this, came out and called a Democrat or Jerry Brown as "cocksucker" or some name that is along the lines as they did calling Whitman that name? There would be a frenzy right now.
Last week, the National Organization for Women and the PAC of the California NOW chapter took heat for their endorsement of state Attorney General Jerry Brown (D) over Meg Whitman (R) in the gubernatorial race in the wake of comments by a Brown aide that Whitman was a "whore." At the time, national NOW President Terry O'Neill said that anyone who "from here on" calls a woman a "whore" should be fired.
She might want to have a talk with California NOW President Parry Bellasalma, who today told TPM in response to a question that "Meg Whitman could be described as 'a political whore.' Yes, that's an accurate statement."
TPM had called Bellasalma in reference to a Daily Caller story about the NOW endorsement. That story read:
Bellasalma said that while calling Whitman a "whore" was a poor choice of words, the description was accurate. "The very troubling issue that is embedded in that call is what prompted the description of Meg as a 'whore' is basically that she sold out Californians for an endorsement and a $450,000 independent expenditure campaign," she said.
Bellasalma confirmed to TPM that Daily Caller writer Caroline May had accurately described her statements about Whitman.
The TPM Poll average shows Brown ahead of Whitman by a slight margin of 45.9% to 44.4%.