Appearing on ABC’s This Week, Obama advisor and Chicago slum lord, Valerie Jarrett showed just how difficult it is to think clearly with one’s head up one’s ass.
From Michelle Malkin:
Yes, the woman who bragged about recruiting Marxist rabble-rouser Van Jones is lambasting conservatives for spurning radical leftist ACORN/Big Labor embracer Dede Scozzafava:
White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that the rise of a Conservative Party challenger in a closely watched upstate New York House election shows that the Republican Party leadership is “becoming more and more extreme, and more and more marginalized.”How exactly does Jarrett define extremism? Is believing in the sanctity of unborn human life extremist? Is it extremist to believe that people should be allowed to keep the money they work for? Maybe extremism is believing that doctors should make medical decisions rather than bureaucratic “advisory panels.” Note to Jarrett, for the definition of “extremist” look no further than your boss, his Cabinet and his czars. And yourself.
“It’s rather telling when the Republican Party forces out a moderate Republican and it says, I think, a great deal about where the Republican Party leadership is right now,” Jarrett said when asked about the GOP candidates’ decision to suspend her campaign, making it more likely the Conservative will win Tuesday’s special election.
It isn’t surprising that Jarrett can’t get her labels straight, after all, she called the Margaret Sanger Award winner Scozzafava a “moderate.”
Contrary to Jarrett’s assertion, the Republican Party did not force Scozzafava out of the race, her poll numbers did. Simply put, the voters wanted something more than a choice between the Democratic candidate and the other Democratic candidate and Doug Hoffman gave it to them.
Jarrett hasn’t exactly been stellar in her recent media appearances. Perhaps Jarrett would make more sense if she spoke with her head outside of her tailpipe.