Thursday, June 10, 2010

Vanishing Act

The Brady Campaign seems to have removed from their site some evidence of their glowing support for now disgraced bigot Helen Thomas. Of course you can still find evidence of the Brady's praising her, and the internet never forgets.

The Brady's have a long history of running from their bigotry once exposed. (remember what happened to their pro-gun dominated blog?)

As for Helen Thomas's comments, I can't find the right words that don't involve copious amounts of bad language. Let's just say I find such bigotry utterly despicable and leave it at that. Yeah, Thomas was a "visionary" all right. Her "vision" would make Hitler and the rest of history's worst anti-semites proud. The lack of loud, persistent condemnation of her remarks by the left is unsurprising. Their anti-semitism and contempt for Israel is well-known.

Thirdpower has video up of what the Brady's would love to forget.

1 comment:

Linoge said...

You can tell a lot about a person by the company they choose to keep. The same could be said about organizations.

That the Brady Bunch are now expunging their association with Thomas from their webpage is a good sign - they at least acknowledge that separating themselves from her and her words is the right thing to do.

That they are performing such a separation quietly, subversively, and without public announcement, though... that is just cowardly.

But we are talking abou the Brady Bunch.