Disgraced Tea Partier Art Wittich [pronounced “WIT-ick”] used the opening moments of his speech to Teton County TEA party Republicans to take a swipe at this blog.
The state senator, dubbed “Shrimp Pimp” by local republicans for goading TEA Partiers into hijacking the GOP’s popular local fundraiser, did not dispute the facts of any of my posts, rather he tried to attack me personally by flatly proclaiming that I’m not a woman, that I’m not Montana and that I “don’t know anything about cows.” Why he thinks this is unclear, but probably based in sexism. People like Wittich think women can’t have good political blogs apparently. Whatevs.
You can see the video here – Wittich’s anti-Cowgirl blog rant is one minute in.
It’s not surprising that this is the kind of line Wittich would take. His problem is a very simple one: He can’t complain about the merits of what I’ve written because everything that has been said about him has been backed up with facts. I challenge the state Senator to find one thing I’ve written about him on this blog that isn’t true.
I shudder to think what Wittich will do when he finds out that his actions against the people of Montana and members of his own party are not just discussed on the blogs, but also on Facebook and Twitter, on television and in the newspapers, around dinner tables, at coffee shops, high school sporting events, at diner counters, and around water coolers across the state.