Yes We Will Live-Bloog Elizabeth Warren Schoolmarming That Dreamy Scott Brown

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Or, you know, put on any panties at allHarry Reid has done us all the mitzvah of making sure Scott Brown doesn’t have an excused absence from tonight’s debate with everyone’s favorite schoolmarm, Elizabeth Warren. Also, Reid basically called Brown a coward trying to get out of the debate the way most Republicans got out of Vietnam, and then told him to put on some dry panties and go get on an aeroplane. So we will see you here at 7 p.m. Eastern, presuming this thing will be live-streamed somewhere? (We do not live in Massachusetts.)

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        1. Boojum

          Why yes! Then I will cast myself on the mercy and charity of the Brown daughters, who will dress and feed me and give me a place to lay my weary head.

          1. Boojum

            They seem like they would be quite generous, so certainly. Besides, it wouldn't be fair for me to go first.

  1. KathrynSane

    Someone on NPR this morning said that Warren needed to make sure she didn't look like the smartest kid in the class.

    Dude. She IS the smartest kid in the class. That's why we like her.

      1. commiegirl99

        Because I figured he was saying it sneeringly. And unlike the other side, I don't pretend I don't understand sarcasm when i am hearing it! (I think? Maybe I do do that. I forget.)

        1. anniegetyerfun

          Remember, this is the guy who said that Obama's attempts to send more people to college and vocational schools made him a "snob".

        2. James Michael Curley

          I have to agree with you because I find it hard to believe he believes the simple meaning of it. I do think he thought he was blowing another of his man-on-dog whistles when he used "smart people" as a code for Harvard Educated East Coast Limousine Liberals, in other words the attack he often used against Romney during the primaries.

      2. noodlesalad

        Never forget: Adlai Stevenson was once told: "All thinking people are on your side!" and he responded – "That's not enough, I need a majority!"

    1. rickmaci

      Damn there are just a bunch of high octane women in the Dem party right now. Her, Hilary, Jennifer Granholm, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, FLOTUS, all for starters. I think I hear a glass ceiling starting to make sounds like it's about to break.

      1. AncienReggie

        The thing about that glass ceiling, I can see up their dresses. Gonna miss that when the ceiling breaks, so maybe we can get mirrored floors.

    2. noodlesalad

      NPR engaging in anti-intellectualism? YARRGH!!!! IT'S OK TO KNOW THINGS PEEPEL. Our founding fathers would be mortified, and not just at the wommin running for senate.

    3. YouBetcha

      What the hell kind of country is this when people are ordered to provide "more derp"? Yeah, I know, "I will vote for a guy as dumb as me that I can have a beer with." Assholes. I'm moving to France.

  2. actor212

    Will she promise to wear a big ruffled shirt and pull her hair back in a bun with her big librarian glasses?

    Cuz that might make me stay tuned in.

  3. bureaucrap

    Given that Scotty started his career off by NOT having panties, there's no reason for him to start now.

    1. anniegetyerfun

      Wow, the thought of that made me WAY to happy. Just the thought of Harry Reid being violent in any way, really.

      1. Beowoof

        Former Boxer Reid will be dishing out some left hooks to the republican leadership. And maybe he could stop over at the house and give a couple to Boner and Cantor. I would pay to watch that.

        1. Limeylizzie

          I seriously love Harry Reid, because he really seems to despise Mittens. Mormon on Mormon violence is excellent.

      1. emmelemm

        I really, really, really hate Newt Gingrich. He really is a loathsome… well, toad, for lack of a better word.

        Vilifying Bill Clinton for fucking interns while he was FUCKING INTERNS. The hypocrisy is at eleven and climbing.

    1. FakaktaSouth

      I hate him forever, but am so glad he is getting paid by the NFL instead of Auburn now. I do not deny his talent, I just hate him.

  4. Goonemeritus

    Elizabeth Warren really should eat some lead paint chips before this debate just to make it more sporting.

  5. docterry6973

    Scotty better watch out for Warren's kidney punches or he'll be pissing blood for a week. Cough cough Pussy cough.

    1. fuflans

      the new yorker just had a funny quote about watching richard gere and not watching lloyd blankfein

      that's kinda how i feel about this proposition.

  6. Boojum

    I just love Elizabeth Warren. She warms the cockles of my heart and I have no idea what cockles are, but they're warmer.

  7. sbj1964

    So do you think it was just cold in the studio when they took his centerfold pics?No he's still a little prick.

  8. Poindexter718

    Can Sen. Reid account for his whereabouts on September 11, 1857?
    Was he in the vicinity of Mountain Meadows, Utah?

  9. littlebigdaddy

    I'm looking forward to the hilariously racist Indian jokes about Warren that we will no doubt see. It hurts my eyes too much to look at those sites, but I fully expect our Wonket to make that sacrifice for us!

  10. DahBoner

    Maybe he's still working his way through college by letting people take pictures of his dick?

    Taseful, arty pictures of course…

  11. PinkoPopulist

    I still can't believe he tried to hide behind "business of the Senate" as if the Senate actually accomplishes anything! Not to mention the business of any political body has never stopped any candidate for any office from undertaking any activity ever, also, too.

  12. Veritas78

    Just a word of caution here, folks, from a local—this is going to be trickier for her than for him.

    She's not going to be able to just ride Obama's coattails in. Her campaign staff has made some tone-deaf mistakes, and it's not yet clear that they've figured out the magic words. Plus, we have Dems who like to vote for a Republican once a decade or so, and a few have pulled the lever for Brown before.

  13. Incitefully_Joe

    Scott Brown is pretty sure that people of American Indian descent never look basically white. Scott Brown has probably not met many people of American Indian descent, particularly those who live in the Northeast.

  14. ttommyunger

    This little lady is more of a man than Scott could ever hope to be, and more of a lady than he dreams of being.

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