The long-awaited CNN video

As you may remember, a few weeks ago, I sat down with CNN’s Lisa Sylvester to talk about what it would take to get my vote. It took a while, but here’s the video.

Enjoy!

10 responses

  1. First… you got a Saint Bernard? I am SO coming to see your dog, er, uh, you guys. LOL. I grew up with a Saint Bernard. She was a slobbering, crazy lovable beast.

    You’re quite the spokeswoman. Oops. Spokesperon. Sheeze. I’ll shut up on that one before I get clobbered.🙂

    Curious how “birth control” is relevant to the gal they put you up against in the last segment. She’s married and too old to have kids. She didn’t teach her kids where babies come from, or what? Plenty of ways to not get pregnant, but these idiots thinks their people’s lack of self control makes abortion the most important issue facing our country? Ludicrous on steroids. It’s like watching a retarded Down’s baby try to do a tongue twister when I hear such nonsense. Not saying birth control is a non issue, at all. It IS an issue. But way overblown and most of the angst horridly misplaced. But it’s sure not THE issue nor anywhere close.

    Great job, Dr. Fellenzer. Truly. Too bad they didn’t put you up against someone more intelligent.

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    1. You didn’t know I got a Saint Bernard? Look on FB – there are literally LOADS of photos of Tucker! Also, here’s the story of Tucker.

      Birth control is not relevant. It’s available, and no one is out to ban it. Their problem is that we refuse to fund it, and they call that “the War on Women.” It’s too bad they didn’t use the soundbite I initially gave them about that. Basically I said the “war on women” is a crock. I know war. I have friends and fellow Soldiers who died in a war. Refusing to pay for Sandra Fluke’s birth control pills is not war! Unfortunately, they didn’t use that, and it’s a shame. But it’s a short piece, so I get that.

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  2. Nice job, Nicki. I agree with the points you made. I’d vote for you. Too bad you’re not running.

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    1. Karen, can you imagine me running for office? There would be bodies. Lots and lots of dead bodies! LOL!!!

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  3. Wow – I knew you were smart, and a good writer, but I didn’t figure anyone listened to you but me…… Get elected – to anything – and pay me to build a bridge……to anywhere. We need more pork barrel spending. That was your point, right?

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    1. I would never get elected! I’m too honest!🙂

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  4. Great stuff there, Thanks!

    By the way, Chris Kluwe just knocked another one through the uprights… from the opposite end zone: http://blogs.twincities.com/outofbounds/2012/10/08/out-of-bounds-blog-no-16-matthew-22-39/

    Definitely worth a look!

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    1. Wow.

      Whether one agrees with him or not, Kluwe is eloquent and beautifully touching.

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  5. Great showing. That is the most common sense I have heard on that network in a long time.

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    1. Thank ya, much! I tried not to sound insane, but the dog was making me nuts, trying to steal the show.

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