Meg Whitman sends links to Korean crossdresser video

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MasterComposter

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California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's staff sent out a tweet about a police association's endorsment that includeed an incorrect link to this video:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/user/hjfreaks#p/u/14/QMWUYMWlEyo[/youtube]

Hahahahahaha!

This guy says he wants to be "the world's greatest stupid idiot bass player!" He's on his way!

Edit: Ok, now. It seems like my Youtube link isn't working either -- anyone know why?

This will take you to the Youtube page where the video is:

http://www.youtube.com/user/hjfreaks#p/u/14/QMWUYMWlEyo
 
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Meg Whitman = Arnold

With all the talk about nasty or misleading political ads this year, it’s rare to focus on really good, really effective ads. But California gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown has come up with one that is very effective without being nasty.

It features a long series of alternating video clips of current Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Republican nominee Meg Whitman uttering banal outsider-business-executive talking points in identical or near-identical terms.




http://www.tnr.com/blog/jonathan-cohn/7 ... man-arnold
 
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crazyeddie

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Women booing women! I'm afraid it's all over for poor Nut Meg. All that money, pissed away, ain't it a shame!


Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman drew a chorus of boos from the capacity crowd at a major women's gathering Tuesday after going on the attack against Democratic opponent Jerry Brown and refusing to withdraw negative television ads, as Brown said he would, for the rest of the campaign.

The raucous scene took place at California first lady Maria Shriver's annual Women's Conference, where the two candidates appeared onstage with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger before a mostly female crowd of 14,000 at the Long Beach convention center. The conversation was led by "Today" show host Matt Lauer.

Brown and Whitman were met with cheers at the start of the hourlong event, which was their only appearance with Schwarzenegger. The exchange was probably their last face-to-face encounter before Tuesday's election. Recent polls show Whitman falling behind Brown in the race.



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