Posted by | May 21, 2008 20:33 | Filed under: Top Stories

GOP moutpiece Alex Castellanos didn’t agree when Jeffrey Toobin said it’s wrong to call Hillary Clinton “a white bitch.” Toobin observes that you can’t say a similar comment about a black person. Castellanos said it’s not gender bias, it’s just who she is: “Some women, by the way, are named that and it’s accurate….She can be abrasive, aggressive and irritating.” Men who have those traits are admired; women are criticized.


Castellanos, by the way, is the person who did the infamous “RATS” ad during the 2000 presidential campaign, where you saw the word “RATS” along with images of Al Gore, before the camera panned out and you saw the word “bureaucrats”. Castellanos called that “purely accidental.”

The background on this is explained in a Maureen Dowd column from this past February.

In a webcast, prestidigitator Penn Jillette talks about a joke he has begun telling in his show. He thinks the thunderous reaction it gets from audiences shows that Hillary no longer has a shot.

The joke goes: “Obama is just creaming Hillary. You know, all these primaries, you know. And Hillary says it’s not fair, because they’re being held in February, and February is Black History Month. And unfortunately for Hillary, there’s no White Bitch Month.”

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