[QUOTE][B]Alec Baldwin, star of a sitcom that has never ranked above 69 in the ratings and last year ranked 106, can't stop freaking out on Twitter:[/B]
Apparently, Baldwin is upset because a couple of reporters from the "Daily News" crashed the yoga class his new fiancee, Hilaria Thomas, attended or was teaching. He explained his outrage over four tweets on Twitter:
Two reporters from the Daily News crashed @hilariathomas ' yoga class today to take photos and post pictures. Their names are .... There names are Simone Weichselbaum... And Enid Alvarez... Shame on the no- talent trash from the Daily News for invading the privacy of 75 people in a yoga class to take a picture of someone.
Obviously, Baldwin hasn't been a celebrity long enough to understand that when you choose to publicly announce things like an engagement pesky reporters act like pesky reporters. Or, as he would later call one of them, "a nutty b!tch."
Never done with a temper tantrum that has lasted over three decades now, Baldwin then went after the left-wing's favorite bogeyman, media titan Rupert Murdoch (who owns the New York Post not The Daily News). Still immune from irony, Baldwin called Murdoch a fascist and then, uhm, demanded that Murdoch be stripped of "every broadcast license he has" -- because that wouldn't be at all fascist.
Ezra Dulis contributed to this report[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE]In the fifth Swing States survey taken since last fall, Obama leads Republican front-runner Mitt Romney 51%-42% among registered voters just a month after the president had trailed him by two percentage points.
[b]The biggest change came among women under 50. In mid-February, just under half of those voters supported Obama. Now more than six in 10 do while Romney's support among them has dropped by 14 points, to 30%. The president leads him 2-1 in this group.[/b][/QUOTE]
1) Off topic. Has nothing to do with Katrina Bowden.
2) Goes to show the lies of the left are working.
3) If Obama has such a big lead among women, but it is still a close race overall, doesn't that mean men overwhelmingly support Romney? Answer: yes, it does. By the above math, he holds about a 12 point lead among them.
[QUOTE=JetPotato;4428261]1) Off topic. Has nothing to do with Katrina Bowden.[/QUOTE]
True, but there really isn't much of a topic regarding "The War on Women" and Alec Baldwin. I figured I might as well throw in something coherent and relevant.
[QUOTE]2) Goes to show the lies of the left are working.[/QUOTE]
Half lies, half truth. In my opinion, the Republicans are mostly to blame for this backlash amongst women.
[QUOTE]3) If Obama has such a big lead among women, but it is still a close race overall, doesn't that mean men overwhelmingly support Romney? Answer: yes, it does. By the above math, he holds about a 12 point lead among them.[/QUOTE]
Note that this huge swing is for women under 50, not all women. The bottom line is that Obama was losing by 2 points less than two months ago, and women under 50 have swung that to an 11 point lead after the birth control and "slut" fiascos.