Victoria’s Secret

In a star-studded pro-Norm Coleman NRSC attack ad, ex-Saturday Night Live cast member Victoria Jackson paints Al Franken as being unfit for celebrity endorsements, noting “We don’t all write dirty jokes for Playboy.”

True enough. But it’s also worth noting that celebrities don’t all label U.S. Senators as “the anti-Christ,” which is what Ms. Jackson apparently has written about Senator Barack Obama, according to the Huffington Post:

“I don’t want a political label,” she wrote on her website, “but Obama bears traits that resemble the anti- Christ and I’m scared to death that un- educated people will ignorantly vote him into office.”

Later in the posting she wrote: “We must in all seriousness ask if Barack Hussein Obama could be a Muslim terrorist sympathizer or a Marxist mole. His closest friends include Communists, domestic and Muslim terrorists, racists and convicted felons. In his book Audacity of Hope, Barack Hussein Obama says, ‘I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” (emphasis added)

Senator Coleman, with all due respect, this is your character witness?

– Loveland

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Desperately Seeking Susceptibility

A quote from Saturday’s New York Times:

In Pennsylvania, Robert A. Gleason Jr., the state Republican chairman, said he was concerned that Mr. McCain’s increasingly aggressive tone was not working with moderate voters and women in the important southeastern part of a state that is at the top of Mr. McCain’s must-win list.

“They’re not as susceptible to attack ads,” Mr. Gleason said. “I worry about the southeast. Obama is making inroads.”

That calls the attack ad like it is, eh? tax amnesty fine