Saturday, October 24, 2009

Mao Groupie's Hubby May Take White House Counsel Job

How convenient! The Messiah's personal attorney and Mao Ze Dunn's hubby, Bob Bauer may be taking over for Greg Craig (did this guy's parents hate him or what?) as venerable White House counsel to the most leftist administration in U.S. history:

White House Communications Director Anita Dunn's husband is emerging as the top candidate to replace Greg Craig as White House counsel, Fox News has learned.

Dunn's husband, Bob Bauer, is President Obama's personal lawyer and a former counsel to his campaign, as well as the top lawyer for the Democratic National Committee.

Senior White House officials declined to comment, but Democrats close to the situation said Bauer is under serious consideration to replace Craig, who is expected to leave the White House by the end of the year.

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said no decisions have been made on Craig's future or on any potential replacement.

Dunn, who has leveled sharp criticism at Fox News in recent weeks, is also expected to leave the White House by the end of the year. She took the communications post on an interim basis in late April, replacing Ellen Moran, who resigned to become chief of staff at the Commerce Department.
 Presumably Dunn will be leaving to take the communications director post for Mao national shrine and museum where she will spin his slaughter of 50-70 million Chinese during his regime as "the people's right to choose" to end their lives prematurely.

It's rather unusual for a man and a woman who have little or nothing in common to become man and wife. So it's only fair to assume that Bauer is aware of his wife's Maoist tendencies and approves of them, if not actively supporting her love of genocidal maniacs. And this guy, married to a commie-loving feminazi straight from hell (why else would she not do the respectable thing and take her husband's last name) -- a guy who is obvious a close friend of The Messiah himself -- is going to be handling legal affairs for the White House. How much better can it get, folks?

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