But at least you admit to it.
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I wish all town hall participants would be gracious enough to come on national TV and get completely undressed like this. I almost felt bad for Katy Abram, since she was obviously overmatched. At one point, she offered up the following as her excuse: “Maybe I’m just not that smart.”
Well… you ARE fighting a mission to deny your parents Social Security and Medicare on the grounds that if George Washington didn’t come up with it, then it must be a dangerous, socialist tool that will turn Americans into Russians.
After watching this, I tried not to immediately judge Katy… Perhaps she was intimidated by Larry O’Donnell, who is my new favorite MSNBC anchor. But then I saw this clip of her from Sean Hannity’s show (below), where once again, she sounds like she’s reciting pop-up books about the Founders. As Hannity showers her with praise, Katy espouses her great affection for the Constitution and all things George Washington. I’m guessing that G-Dubs is cringing in his grave (he only rolls over for Arlen Specter).
Then, a twist! Hannity reveals that Katy had once voted for Clinton! And she admits that in her youthful, photojournalist days, she believed in abortion! Oh God… The GOP have stopped printing the ‘Katy in 2012’ signs.
Thankfully, she met that husband of hers, who (in addition to managing all the money) guided her towards the righteous, tax-free, Republican way. Or else Katy Abram would have continued down the fiery path towards un-American liberal hell, and nobody would know who she was today.
After the Hardball interview, I bet she would prefer the latter.