I'll be on vacation the rest of the week, but I wanted to leave you with a little video music entertainment to tide you over until after the Labor Day holiday. As many of you know, consumer advocacy groups have been orchestrating a campaign to try to pressure the White House to appoint Elizabeth Warren as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Among the many weapons that Warrenn's supporters have rolled out is a rap video that's "gone viral" on YouTube, and which labels Warren "The New Sheriff." Following is a Bloomberg news report on the video and other aspects of the campaign.
You have to love the Left. If you oppose one of its heroes who happens to be female you're "sexist." That sure beats having to engage in logical debate based upon facts. If you dislike Sheila Bair, it's also because you're sexist (as one writer for Slate asserted). If you dislike Barney Frank, it's because you're a homophobe (as one my readers alleged in an email to me). If you dislike Maxine Waters, it's because you're not only a sexist, but a racist, as well (I haven't heard that one yet, but I'm expecting it).
I guess that makes anyone who hates me an "assophobe," and there's no lower form of animal life than one of those.
For those yearning to get a full taste of Warren's rap, here it is:
As you heard in Bloomberg's report, Professor Warren was "touched" by the video. However, she should keep in mind the last regulator that was billed as "The Sheriff" and how he went about being "touched."If she's also buying hookers, let's hope she's a bit more discreet about how she pays for them and where she transports them. The other Sheriff found himself the subject of less adoring, albeit more humorous, videos: