December 14, 2009

There's the thick layer of slime at the bottom of a cesspool...

Jane Hamsher: The Later Years

... and then there's the crapulous toad that lives beneath the slime at the bottom of the cesspool. And then, below that toad, there's a foetid ball of excrement extruded from that toad and, in the center of that excrement, there's the tiniest toad of all, Jane Hamsher.

This Hamsher creature that obsessively preens in her slime as "a three time breast cancer survivor" has this problem with Joe Lieberman you see. She once tried to defeat him in his drive to be re-elected as the Senator from Connecticut. He cleaned her gunk clunked clock and left her sucking up her own mire. But Hamsher is nothing if not a vindictive toad, and has taken it upon herself and her slatterns of all five sexes at Firedog Lake to go after Senator Lieberman's wife, Hadassah Lieberman.

Lest we forget just what sort of creature Hamsher is and how deep her hate of Lieberman goes, here's a page out of her back pages:


Pretty much tells you all you need to know about Hamsher's inner politics, what? And that was from before he was re-elected Senator over Hamsher's efforts to unseat him. Now that he's beyond reach, she's decided to go for the job of his wife.

In the midst of the Get Lieberman Monument that is Hamsher's scum drenched home page, she grunts out like a gutted toad:FDL Action » Sign Letter to Susan B. Komen Foundation: Donations Shouldn't Go To Hadassah Lieberman

"As a three time breast cancer survivor, I call on Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the Komen Foundation to ask Hadassah Lieberman to step down as a €œGlobal Ambassador.€"

That was for openers. Then the toad tried to expand her call to join her in the cesspool: Firedoglake » Calling on James Denton, Ellen DeGeneres and Other Stars: No More "Race for the Cure" Cancer Money to Hadassah Lieberman

I am asking the celebrities who lend their names and their time to Race for the Cure like Ellen DeGeneres, James Denton and Christie Brinkley to join me in asking the Foundation to end its ties with Lieberman, whose professional agenda is antithetical to the cause they purport to advance.
Really? Well, I'm sure those women who hope to benefit from breast cancer research and become even "one-time survivors" will join with the Komen foundation to tell this toad to squat back in her cess and just suck her muck on her own.

You have to be a deeply sick amphibian to try and hurt the Komen foundation, an organization which has for many years pioneered in the support of breast cancer awareness and research. But that's the kind of vile amphibian Hamsher has become. Maybe it's the drugs. Maybe she's been swapping fluids with Andrew Sullivan and Charles Johnson. Or maybe it's just plain internally generated evil; a spiraling jet of acid spite that has so sickened Hamsher's soul that she's willing to hurt breast-cancer research to even some political scores. Not that she could, but just that she wants to so badly.

The evil of this is not lost on everyone that frequents the cesspool of Firedog Lake. As one of the toad's most faithful followers comments:

You must be kidding. It is ridiculous to go after someone for their husband's admittedly poorly conceived political positions. It is petty, and it is unbecoming of the caring, compassionate left. I'm pretty far left on my views on health care; I vehemently oppose Senator Lieberman's dithering on the bill. I am particularly sensitive on cancer issues broadly, having lost my father to cancer, another family member to breast cancer, and one of my best friends was recently diagnosed. But this is one of the most hateful, stupid, wrong-headed approaches to dealing with health care reform I have ever seen.
This brief burst of sanity will not call off something as filled with hate as Hamsher. Instead as Jacobson @ Legal Insurrection notes:
Add to it another nail in the feminist coffin. Since when is a woman to be deprived of her livelihood and her own professional accomplishments because of her husband?
That too is lost on the "arch-feminist" Hamsher.

The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation was not cowed by the Hamsher toad and has issued the following statement:

Hadassah Lieberman is an important and valued Global Ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. As a Global Ambassador, Ms. Lieberman is focused on helping us reach out and educate women outside our borders about breast cancer, sharing our knowledge and experience in a culturally sensitive way that is making a real impact on the lives of women across the globe. We have every intention of continuing our relationship with Ms. Lieberman in our mutual pursuit of a world without breast cancer.
That's how it should be. As for the toad, she might try, someday, to burying her well-ground axe in something that matters rather than waste her life spewing her filth. Fat chance since she seems compelled to aim the axe at her own forehead.

I've run into Hamsher and her fellow creatures before @Jane's Got Questions. I've Got Answers. They were bottom feeders then and so I'm not surprised to see at this point they've begun to feed beneath the bottom.

On the other hand, maybe it's best to leave her and her minions where they fester. Toads don't do well if taken out of their slime. Let her root about in her Firecesspool Lake for her kisses. Decent people don't even handle such creatures.

Posted by Vanderleun at December 14, 2009 7:40 PM
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GVDL - indeed. As our pal Richard Fernandez says, (paraphrase) I've been hearing leftist declarations, proclamations and visions for years and they all come out spelling: P--O--W--E--R...

Posted by: Das at December 14, 2009 9:57 PM

But Gerard, don't you know that breast cancer survivors have ABSOLUTE MORAL AUTHORITY. Plus she's a sensitive, empathetic, enlightened new-age liberal and can intuitively feel, better than they can ever know, what is best for "the people."

Or something. She doesn't believe that there's a reservation set aside for the jews and the dark of complexion, and react with bitter fury when they dare try to leave. Nope, never that.

Posted by: Aslmom at December 15, 2009 3:07 AM

Alternatively, maybe she's making a play for the slime-hallowed Helen Thomas Chair of Toadying. I've often thought that Helen was the picture of Dorian Gray for gorgeous and intellectually obscene celebrity women like Cameron Diaz. Hamsher certainly would be a worthy successor.

Posted by: AskMom at December 15, 2009 3:16 AM

Hamsher's a dick.

Posted by: 1 at December 15, 2009 6:51 AM

Jane Hamsterdance is a vile piece of human excrement, a useless walking talking pile of bile, whose only purpose in like is to serve as example of how her parents should have used better birth control.

Posted by: physics geek at December 15, 2009 7:39 AM

Those who are unhappy with themselves seem more likely to take a great interest in the affairs of others. I have generally found people who survive cancer to become more introspective and humble, which is not happening here.

Posted by: james wilson at December 15, 2009 8:20 AM

I think this is an insult to toads.

Posted by: JanB at December 15, 2009 8:29 AM

I love that the various Hamsterites, HuffPolizei, and Kossaks are being made to feel less safe expressing themselves outside of their own intellectual plantations.

Their existential need for peer-screened clusterf__ks of affirmation to reinforce the ramparts of their "reality-based" communes ensures that they will continue to base their calculations on that which is unreal. Many years of careful observation has led me to conclude that they suffer their meat-space defeats in direct proportion to their actual threat to the livelihoods and Liberties of the 'stupid' 'hick' 'flyover' 'fat' 'patriarchal' 'consumerist' 'sheeple' they condescend to be saving. They are good at capturing dependent collectives but they suck ballz at convincing people that up is actually down.

I propose we help the neo-aristocrats stay in their comfy memory holes and fume themselves into the very oblivion their worldview serves...Let's do it for the 50,000,000 children newts that never were as well as for the countless millions that may yet be.

Posted by: monkeyfan at December 15, 2009 1:05 PM

I'm reading the uncensored version of "In the First Circle" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Much of the action takes place in one of the nicer prisons in the Soviet system (and referenced by the prisoners inside to Dante's first circle of hell for the virtuous pagans).

To the point (finally)...Solzhenitsyn masterfully paints the Soviet system's suspicious view toward the families of prisoners, many of whom are simply guilty of independent thought. Those in power treated the families just as guilty as the prisoner himself. I find the comparison apt.

(Posted anonymously so harridans don't descend on my family)

Posted by: A nony mouse at December 15, 2009 2:47 PM

Remember how in the Soviet Union and every other communist state those who were not good Communists were barred from every part of public life?

Hamsher reveals herself (like so many modern "progressives") to have a Stalinist heart.

Funny how, although the left claims to have repudiated all that Soviet evil, we keep seeing evidence that in reality it still embraces all the old evils.

Posted by: pst314 at December 15, 2009 6:47 PM

Hey, while we're on the subject of health-care controversies...after a quiet period, the inimitable Zombie has returned with a superb piece about the real problem with the single-payer scheme.

Posted by: Aquila at December 15, 2009 6:54 PM

Is Jane Hamsterdance Charles Johnson's love interest or obsession? It would certainly explain the Chuckster's descent into the liberal mind swamp. The reason I ask this is that Chucky, in regards to some recent
TeaParty/GlenBeck/Guntotin'Redneck/Birther "outrage" asked himself in a post on his blog, "what FireDogLake would think". Many have suggested that Chucky has gone gaga over a leftist broad. Could it be Hamsterdancer?

Posted by: The Osprey at December 15, 2009 9:34 PM

I won't bag on her as hard as you guys but I think, in essence, u are correct that her anger is misplaced.

Posted by: Ashen at December 16, 2009 8:40 AM

Your intro to Ms. Hamsher is colorful to say the least. I haven't laughed that hard in a long time. Hmmm, just goes to prove that the best humor is predicated on fact.

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GW at December 16, 2009 6:15 PM

The Iron is thick on this one...

The gubbmint "HealthCare" she is willing to go to such lengths to 'support' is the same one that would deprive women under 40 of breast cancer screenings.

Posted by: Claire at December 19, 2009 7:45 AM
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