Teapartier Joe Miller Compares Sen. Murkowski to Whore

August 27, 2010


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7 Responses to “Teapartier Joe Miller Compares Sen. Murkowski to Whore”

  1. reza on August 28th, 2010 9:41 am

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  2. John on August 28th, 2010 6:11 pm

    This article is typical of the left-wing BS that is growing more tedious every day. Miller’s volunteer twitter goofed for sure, but he wasn’t referring to Murkowski, and even a casual reading of the tweet would demonstrate that. First of all, Murkowski hasn’t done or said a thing suggesting that she would run with the so-called Alaskan Libertarian Party. On the other hand, the Libertarian Party is the one hinting at inviting a liberal, anti-libertarian candidate for sure Murkowski to represent their party. THEY are the potential WHORES in this mess. For 15 minutes of notoriety, these people would sell their own mothers, sisters and daughters. I am a libertarian at heart, but I’m glad I’m not a member of their party!

  3. SeattleBruce on August 28th, 2010 7:19 pm

    “The Sarah Palin backed candidate took to his Twitter account, comparing Sen. Murkowski to a prostitute.”

    http://www.ktva.com/ci_15916691

    Well, well, well…when you don’t do your due diligence you simply end up lying. The tweet was from a volunteer staffer who’s been since fired:

    “Miller’s camp said the tweet was sent from Joe Miller’s Twitter account but was actually written by a volunteer staff worker who has since been relieved of his tweeting duties.

    While Miller said he does not “stand by those comments,” he insisted the tweet was directed at the Libertarian Party, not Sen. Murkowski.

    In his final remarks, Miller apologized to Murkowski for “any hurt feelings caused by this poorly conceived post.”

    Perhaps you could FACT CHECK just a little bit?

    Thanks!

  4. SeattleBruce on August 28th, 2010 8:08 pm

    http://joemiller.us/press/miller-apologizes-for-volunteers-tweet

    “Anchorage, Alaska. August 27, 2010 — A tweet went out today from Joe Miller’s Twitter account, the intent of which was to encourage the Libertarians to stay true to their party’s values and not to allow Senator Murkowski to run under their banner. It linked to an article in the Daily Caller saying the two were in discussions.

    Miller responded, “Throughout the campaign I have had volunteers who assist in many areas, including assisting me in communicating through Twitter. This tweet was in poor judgment and the volunteer has been relieved of those duties. And while the comments have been misconstrued (they were directed at the Libertarian Party), I don’t stand by those comments. The Libertarians are free to choose whomever they want to represent them. It’s up to them to decide who best represents their values. I am a Republican Party U.S. Senate candidate, and look forward to representing that party’s message of limited government and returning power to the states and the people who live in them. I certainly apologize to Senator Murkowski for any hurt feelings caused by this poorly conceived post.”

  5. Tony on August 28th, 2010 8:11 pm

    History through Cartoon! http://www.teapartyhd.com/tm

    distrust in establishment not paranoid.

  6. atheist on August 29th, 2010 11:15 am

    Funny how these paragons of individual responsibility, the Tea Party Republicans, always have some staffer or flunky handy to blame for whatever stupid thing they have done. The buck never stops here, apparently.

  7. Keith on August 30th, 2010 8:39 pm

    The mainstream media are the prostitutes…I hope we’re all in agreement on that.
    These senators and congressmen who have voted for bailouts and illegal war are just plain criminals.

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