|Senator Rand Paul, R-KY|
Out of all the liberal Obama and Democrat sycophant shills on the Sunday news programs [excluding the one fair journalist, Chris Wallace from the Fox News Channel], David Gregory is the most annoying sycophant of all. Gregory doesn't even attempt anymore to show a pretense of fairness in his one sided interviewing.
David Gregory, realizing the lame duck status of his number one idol Barack Obama, has now turned his attention in promoting Hillary Clinton as the next great Democrat hope who can walk on water. Using the usual identity politics, David Gregory, when interviewing Senator Rand Paul, established a line of questions about the "war on women", of course, implying that it is the Republicans who have waged a war on women and the Democrats chivalrously coming to the women's rescue. Gregory, of course, is using that rhetoric so that when [if] Hillary Clinton gets the nomination there will be a protective shield around her from any criticism of her by Republicans, lest they be criticized for attacking Hillary because she is a woman.
With the war on women scenario set up, David Gregory asked his final question to Senator Paul - the one he thought would be his "gotcha" question. With his usual smirk on his face, David Gregory asked if it was proper for Senator Rand Paul's wife, Kelley, to make a comment [when talking about a possible Hillary Clinton candidacy] about Bill Clinton's "deplorable behavior" with Moncia Lewinsky. [Hmm, that's funny. The last I looked, Senator Rand Paul's wife is a woman-so wouldn't that make David Gregory an attacker of a woman?]
Senator Rand Paul, with his great response, revealed in a clear and concise way the total hypocrisy of the Democrats and their faux concern for women:
The effect Senator Rand Paul's comment had on Gregory was amazing as during the rest of the show, David Gregory never again mentioned the words, "the war on women".
Bravo, Senator Rand Paul! You have done what few mortals have been able to accomplish.
It will be a cold day in hell before the despicable David Gregory brings up the war on women phony issue to you anymore. I think you have found the proper response that all Republicans should use when questioned about "their" war on women.
In an exclusive, Tales has learned from its ombudsman, Mr. Bigmouth, the words Hillary used in response to Senator Rand Paul's comments: "What difference, at this point, does it make?"