Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Tammy Bruce

Tammy Bruce laments that her party, the Democratic Party, has been taken over like a home invasion by America-hating liberals. It's no longer the party of John F. Kennedy or Harry Truman, she says.

Bruce, whose talk radio show is not syndicated in the Twin Cities, sat in for Laura Ingraham on Laura's show this morning, heard locally on AM 1280 The Patriot.

Bruce is convinced that her party — which she stubbornly will not leave, again like a homeowner protecting the place where she grew up and lives — has passed the point of no return toward the extreme left. She cites Sen. Joseph Lieberman's loss in the Connecticut Democratic primary election as proof.

I have never heard Bruce before, but she is smart as a whip, articulate, and brings unique credentials as openly gay, pro-choice, gun owning, pro-death penalty, fiercely pro-free speech, and a former president of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Organization for Women. She is also driving the political left nuts. If The Patriot or KTLK-FM is looking for another syndicated show to carry, they should check out The Tammy Bruce Show. She isn't a lefty, she's definitely not a 100% social conservative, and she has a thing or two to teach Republicans and Democrats.



lloydletta said...

I have very little respect for Tammy Bruce. The Minnesota Family Council uses a quote of hers to justify the Bachmann amendment. I wrote Tammy to ask whether she agrees with the MFC using her words this way. Her assistant got very defensive. I'll have to see if I can find that correspondance.

I read her book - the New Thought Police - and liked the book.

Chuck Muth (who is straight) has done much more to fight the Federal Marriage Amendment than Tammy ever did.

lloydletta said...

I think it would be nice if KTLK or the Patriot would syndicate her show. Personally, I think they could drop Hannity and take her.

If they did syndicate her, I'd call in and challenge her on the air about her statements being used by the Minnesota Family Council to support the Bachmann amendment.