Vanessa Summers – Indiana’s Arrogant A-Hole!



I see from the WT and most other media that an Indiana Democrat named Vanessa Summers has accused a tiny tot of racism because he finds her scary.

I empathise with the tot. He is clearly too young to understand what a twisted old bat he’s dealing with, but she’s surely no joy to behold.

But her physical appearance is not what appalls me, so much as her arrogance, telling the tot’s dad ( a Republican legislator) to what kinds of people he should introduce his own child.


“I told Jud McMillin I love his son, but he’s scare of me because of my color,” Ms. Summers said to Mr. McMcMillin, who is white, during the debate. “

Okay, many politicians say imbecilic things in the heat – or hate – of the moment – but sensible ones back off. Instead Scary Summers digs herself deeper into a hole that’s as big as her offensive mouth. 


“He looked at me like I was a monster and turned around and cried,” Ms. Summer said, the newspaper reported. “And I told him you need to introduce your child to some people that are dark-skinned so he will not be scared.”

Who the HELL does she think she is?

scantysanta Now if Vanessa looked like this, would the babe have been scared?

I can recall an incident in an English resto, just under three decades ago, offspring of my very own, bursting into unstoppable tears  –    at the approach of Santa Claus! As a local Indiana editor has wisely observed – 

It’s a hard fact of life: Toddlers cry. They cry when Dad picks them up. They cry when Mom puts them down. They cry when they’re hungry, and while they’re being fed. They cry before a nap and after a nap. And, on an especially bad day for their parents, during a nap. Why do they cry? Because they’re toddlers.

No doubt every time this little lad goes out shopping with his mom and pop he sees ‘dark-skinned’ people. It’s SUMMERS that scared him, not everyone darker than himself.

And no bloody wonder! Possibly, even so young, he can sense a mean-spirited menace!

Parents are not to be dictated to as to whom their child will talk, or with whom their child will play.