Republican Ken Cuccinelli lost Virginia’s gubernatorial race Tuesday night because he doesn't enjoy sex, according to comedian Lizz Winstead and bloggers Joan Walsh and Zerlina Maxwell.
“I think that women like sex. And I think that when you run a guy who doesn’t seem to enjoy sex, he’s not going to win with women,” Winstead said Wednesday on MSNBC's "The Ed Show," starting the segment down an odd and unintentionally hilarious road. “Am I wrong?”
“Well, I have no arguments with sex whatsoever,” show host Ed Schultz said.
Shortly after Schultz put that image in everyone’s head, the segment really got going.
“You have Ed Schultz declaring he has no problem with sex in a slightly creepy comment that would be denounced by all three of his panelists if it came from a right-leaning host,” writes Hot Air’s Mary Katherine Ham. “You’ve got at least one panelist who doesn’t know the name of the current governor of Virginia. The word 'extreme' or 'extremist' is used at least six times in six minutes. Lizz Winstead, comedy writer, doesn’t know the answer to the question she’s asked, so she repeats what Joan Walsh said."
"And, Joan Walsh refers to white women voters as her 'white sisters,'" Ham adds.
It's as good as it sounds:
(H/T: Washington Free Beacon)
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