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Odysseus
03-07-2012, 11:02 AM
By Michelle Malkin

March 7, 2012 12:00 A.M. I’m sorry Rush Limbaugh called 30-year-old Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke a “slut.” She’s really just another professional femme-a-gogue helping to manufacture a false narrative about the GOP “war on women.” I’m sorry the civility police now have an opening to demonize the entire Right based on one radio comment — because it’s the progressive Left in this country that has viciously and systematically slimed female conservatives for their beliefs.

We have the well-worn battle scars to prove it. And no, we don’t need coddling phone calls from the pandering president of the United States to convince us to stand up and fight.

At his first press conference of the year on Tuesday, the nation’s concern troll explained that he phoned Fluke to send a message to his daughters and all women that they shouldn’t be “attacked or called horrible names because they are being good citizens.” After inserting himself into the fray and dragging Sasha and Malia into the debate, Obama then told a reporter he “didn’t want to get into the business of arbitrating” language and civility. Too late, pal.

The fact is, “slut” is one of the nicer things I’ve been called over 20 years of public life. In college during the late 1980s, it was “race traitor,” “coconut” (brown on the outside, white on the inside) and “white man’s puppet.” After my first book, Invasion, came out in 2001, it was “immigrant-hater,” the “Radical Right’s Asian Pitbull,” “Tokyo Rose,” and “Aunt Tomasina.” In my third book, 2005’s Unhinged, I published entire chapters of hate mail rife with degrading sexual epithets and mockery of my Filipino heritage.

If I had a dollar for every time libs have called me a “Manila whore” and “Subic Bay bar girl,” I’d be able to pay for a ticket to a Hollywood-for-Obama fundraiser.

Self-serving opponents argue that such attacks do not represent “respectable,” “mainstream” liberal opinion about their conservative female counterparts. But it was feminist godmother Gloria Steinem who called Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison a “female impersonator.” It was NOW leader Patricia Ireland who commanded her flock to vote only for “authentic” female political candidates. It was Al Gore consultant Naomi Wolf who accused the late Jeane Kirkpatrick of being “uninflected by the experiences of the female body.”

It was Matt Taibbi, now of Rolling Stone magazine, who mocked my early championing of the tea-party movement by jibing: “Now when I read her stuff, I imagine her narrating her text, book-on-tape style, with a big, hairy set of (redacted) in her mouth. It vastly improves her prose.”

It was Keith Olbermann, then at MSNBC and now at Al Gore’s Current TV, who wrote on Twitter that columnist S. E. Cupp was “a perfect demonstration of the necessity of the work Planned Parenthood does” and who called me a “mashed up bag of meat with lipstick on it.” He stands by those remarks. Olbermann has been a special guest at the White House.

Some of us have not forgotten when liberal Wisconsin radio host John “Sly” Sylvester outrageously accused GOP lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch of performing “fellatio on all the talk-show hosts in Milwaukee” and sneered that she had “pulled a train” (a crude phrase for gang sex). (Earlier, he called former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a “black trophy” and “Aunt Jemima.”)

Or when MSNBC misogynist Ed Schultz called talk show host Laura Ingraham a “talk slut” for criticizing Obama’s petty beer summit. Or when Playboy published a list of the top 10 conservative women who deserved to be “hate-f**ked.” The article, which was promoted by Anne Schroeder Mullins at Politico.com, included Ingraham, “The View’s” Elisabeth Hasselbeck, former Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino, GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann, and others. Yours truly topped the list with the following description: a “highly f**kable Filipina” and “a regular on Fox News, where her tight body and get-off-my-lawn stare just scream, ‘Do me!’”

And then there’s the Left’s war on Sarah Palin, which would require an entire national forest of trees to publish.

A reporter asked Obama to comment on examples of liberal hate speech at Tuesday’s press conference. He whiffed, of course. This is, after all, the brave leader who sat on his hands while his street thugs attacked tea-party mothers and grandmothers as “Koch whores” during the fight over union reform in Wisconsin. (As I reported last week, his reelection campaign is now targeting the Koch brothers’ private foundation donors in a parallel effort to chill conservative speech and activism.) He’s leading by example.

So no, we won’t get any phone calls from Mr. Civility. Acknowledging the war on conservative women would obliterate The Narrative. Enjoy the silence.

— Michelle Malkin is the author of Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks & Cronies. © 2012 Creators.com

txradioguy
03-07-2012, 11:21 AM
The left justifies and defends their hate speech as "means to an end". They'll say or do anything to further their agenda.

And in the same breath absolutely pulmmel anyone who even looks at them crosseyed.

Eupher
03-07-2012, 12:01 PM
The hypocrisy demonstrated by the left is exceeded only by its chutzpah -- as if the rest of the world can't see it.

Novaheart
03-07-2012, 12:21 PM
By Michelle Malkin




The fact is, “slut” is one of the nicer things I’ve been called over 20 years of public life. In college during the late 1980s, it was “race traitor,” “coconut” (brown on the outside, white on the inside) and “white man’s puppet.” After my first book, Invasion, came out in 2001, it was “immigrant-hater,” the “Radical Right’s Asian Pitbull,” “Tokyo Rose,” and “Aunt Tomasina.” In my third book, 2005’s Unhinged, I published entire chapters of hate mail rife with degrading sexual epithets and mockery of my Filipino heritage.

If I had a dollar for every time libs have called me a “Manila whore” and “Subic Bay bar girl,” I’d be able to pay for a ticket to a Hollywood-for-Obama fundraiser.

I have no doubt that in the world of anonymous communications that any public figure gets a lot of trash in her mailbox. It sounds like a lot of the abuse Malkin has received has come from other Filipinos, and since my friend and roommate from 1976-1981 was "a Flip (in his own words)" I can say that he and his family were delightful people and blunt, blunt, like no filter blunt. His mother would say to him, "You need eat less, you getting fat." She wasn't being mean, but it just wasn't something I was used to.

The only people I have ever personally heard call another person a coconut was a Mexican calling a Mexican-American a coconut because he wasn't supporting illegal aliens and "immigration rights". I would assume that only a Filipino would call Malkin a Subic Bay Bar Girl if that even happened, seems a little long for an epithet, even in the South.

Eupher
03-07-2012, 12:28 PM
I have no doubt that in the world of anonymous communications that any public figure gets a lot of trash in her mailbox. It sounds like a lot of the abuse Malkin has received has come from other Filipinos, and since my friend and roommate from 1976-1981 was "a Flip (in his own words)" I can say that he and his family were delightful people and blunt, blunt, like no filter blunt. His mother would say to him, "You need eat less, you getting fat." She wasn't being mean, but it just wasn't something I was used to.

The only people I have ever personally heard call another person a coconut was a Mexican calling a Mexican-American a coconut because he wasn't supporting illegal aliens and "immigration rights". I would assume that only a Filipino would call Malkin a Subic Bay Bar Girl if that even happened, seems a little long for an epithet, even in the South.

Nowhere in Malkin's article does it say anything about WHERE and from WHOM she's getting her filth, specific to their identity or location or nationality. You're drawing a conclusion that isn't supported by the data.

Apache
03-07-2012, 01:10 PM
I have no doubt that in the world of anonymous communications that any public figure gets a lot of trash in her mailbox. It sounds like a lot of the abuse Malkin has received has come from other Filipinos, and since my friend and roommate from 1976-1981 was "a Flip (in his own words)" I can say that he and his family were delightful people and blunt, blunt, like no filter blunt. His mother would say to him, "You need eat less, you getting fat." She wasn't being mean, but it just wasn't something I was used to.

The only people I have ever personally heard call another person a coconut was a Mexican calling a Mexican-American a coconut because he wasn't supporting illegal aliens and "immigration rights". I would assume that only a Filipino would call Malkin a Subic Bay Bar Girl if that even happened, seems a little long for an epithet, even in the South.

translation: lalalala i can't hear you... typical crap from the pretzel princess

Odysseus
03-07-2012, 01:19 PM
I have no doubt that in the world of anonymous communications that any public figure gets a lot of trash in her mailbox. It sounds like a lot of the abuse Malkin has received has come from other Filipinos, and since my friend and roommate from 1976-1981 was "a Flip (in his own words)" I can say that he and his family were delightful people and blunt, blunt, like no filter blunt. His mother would say to him, "You need eat less, you getting fat." She wasn't being mean, but it just wasn't something I was used to.

The only people I have ever personally heard call another person a coconut was a Mexican calling a Mexican-American a coconut because he wasn't supporting illegal aliens and "immigration rights". I would assume that only a Filipino would call Malkin a Subic Bay Bar Girl if that even happened, seems a little long for an epithet, even in the South.

Had you read the whole article, you'd have seen that she addresses this line of argument:


Self-serving opponents argue that such attacks do not represent “respectable,” “mainstream” liberal opinion about their conservative female counterparts. But it was feminist godmother Gloria Steinem who called Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison a “female impersonator.” It was NOW leader Patricia Ireland who commanded her flock to vote only for “authentic” female political candidates. It was Al Gore consultant Naomi Wolf who accused the late Jeane Kirkpatrick of being “uninflected by the experiences of the female body.”

It was Matt Taibbi, now of Rolling Stone magazine, who mocked my early championing of the tea-party movement by jibing: “Now when I read her stuff, I imagine her narrating her text, book-on-tape style, with a big, hairy set of (redacted) in her mouth. It vastly improves her prose.”

It was Keith Olbermann, then at MSNBC and now at Al Gore’s Current TV, who wrote on Twitter that columnist S. E. Cupp was “a perfect demonstration of the necessity of the work Planned Parenthood does” and who called me a “mashed up bag of meat with lipstick on it.” He stands by those remarks. Olbermann has been a special guest at the White House.

Some of us have not forgotten when liberal Wisconsin radio host John “Sly” Sylvester outrageously accused GOP lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch of performing “fellatio on all the talk-show hosts in Milwaukee” and sneered that she had “pulled a train” (a crude phrase for gang sex). (Earlier, he called former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a “black trophy” and “Aunt Jemima.”)

Or when MSNBC misogynist Ed Schultz called talk show host Laura Ingraham a “talk slut” for criticizing Obama’s petty beer summit. Or when Playboy published a list of the top 10 conservative women who deserved to be “hate-f**ked.” The article, which was promoted by Anne Schroeder Mullins at Politico.com, included Ingraham, “The View’s” Elisabeth Hasselbeck, former Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino, GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann, and others. Yours truly topped the list with the following description: a “highly f**kable Filipina” and “a regular on Fox News, where her tight body and get-off-my-lawn stare just scream, ‘Do me!’”


To my knowledge, none of the people that she cited are of Philippino extraction. However, even if they were, that's no better than black activists accusing blacks who stray off of the liberal plantation of being Uncle Toms or Oreos. These are disgusting slurs, which the left indulges in constantly, and for which it is never held accountable.

NJCardFan
03-07-2012, 01:28 PM
Forget it Ody. Nova is your typical liberal always excusing horrible behavior by the left.

Starbuck
03-07-2012, 02:07 PM
Forget it Ody. Nova is your typical liberal always excusing horrible behavior by the left.

Horrible behavior by leftists is not restricted to calling names. They project their horrible behavior on others by claiming they they were called names and spat upon, as in the case of John Lewis and others during the passage of the health care bill. In spite of the presence of dozens of cameras and recorders, no evidence of such behavior ever surfaced.

They made it up. Since their people (liberals) would engage in such behavior they assume that conservatives would, too.

Novaheart
03-07-2012, 02:20 PM
Forget it Ody. Nova is your typical liberal always excusing horrible behavior by the left.

Show me where I excused or attempted to excuse anything.

noonwitch
03-07-2012, 02:57 PM
The left justifies and defends their hate speech as "means to an end". They'll say or do anything to further their agenda.

And in the same breath absolutely pulmmel anyone who even looks at them crosseyed.


This is a good column by Michelle Malkin. I wish Rachel Maddow or some other liberal woman would say something like this.


I don't know about the left in general, but I got into it at DU when people used terms like "Uncle Tom" or "Aunt Jemima" to describe JC Watts or Condi Rice. I was told by self-described white posters that since those people are republicans, they are voting against the interests of their race (according to white DUers) and that it is okay to call them those names. I even pointed out to them that I have no right to question Dr. Rice's "black" credentials because I was white and because I never had 4 of my best friends blown up in a church bombing when I was in middle school. (Condi attended the church in Birmingham that the Klan blew up in the 60s).

I hate it when anyone uses the c word to describe a woman. It's like the n word-it's never appropriate language in political discourse or polite conversation.

The word bitch, however, can be a badge of honor.

Arroyo_Doble
03-07-2012, 03:51 PM
Michelle Malkin is hot.

Odysseus
03-07-2012, 04:01 PM
Show me where I excused or attempted to excuse anything.
http://www.conservativeunderground.com/forum505/showthread.php?p=488694#post488694
Do you not read what you write?

This is a good column by Michelle Malkin. I wish Rachel Maddow or some other liberal woman would say something like this.

I don't know about the left in general, but I got into it at DU when people used terms like "Uncle Tom" or "Aunt Jemima" to describe JC Watts or Condi Rice. I was told by self-described white posters that since those people are republicans, they are voting against the interests of their race (according to white DUers) and that it is okay to call them those names. I even pointed out to them that I have no right to question Dr. Rice's "black" credentials because I was white and because I never had 4 of my best friends blown up in a church bombing when I was in middle school. (Condi attended the church in Birmingham that the Klan blew up in the 60s).

I hate it when anyone uses the c word to describe a woman. It's like the n word-it's never appropriate language in political discourse or polite conversation.

The word bitch, however, can be a badge of honor.

Leftist demand to be treated with respect, while refusing to treat anyone else with it. In the case of the race baiters, they claim that they are acting against the interest of their race, which really means that they are acting against the interests of the self-appointed leaders of their race, such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Ultimately, it all comes down to using personal attacks because they don't have substantive arguments, and by shouting down their opposition, they pretend to be arguing, and they cow anyone who isn't up for the fight. It's thug politics.

Novaheart
03-09-2012, 02:16 AM
http://www.conservativeunderground.com/forum505/showthread.php?p=488694#post488694
Do you not read what you write?


I repeat: Show me where I excused or tried to excuse anything. It's nearly impossible to imagine that you are an idiot, and yet you repeatedly see things in my post which simply are not there. If I want to say something, I will say it. Why would I mince words around here where jackasses come to practice?

txradioguy
03-09-2012, 04:39 AM
This is a good column by Michelle Malkin. I wish Rachel Maddow or some other liberal woman would say something like this.



They won't because they don't agree with it. They have bought or been brainwashed into believing the Libtard notion that if you somehow don't support the Liberal/Socialist agenda you're a sellout...a traitor toy our race...some kind of stepford wife and are fair game for any and all ridicule from the left no matter how vile.

The attacks on Palin etc should outrage all women. And yet the same ones that will fake outrage at what Rush said kept their mouths shut about the misdeeds of Bill Clinton...and swalloed the tongues over the Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer incidents.

txradioguy
03-09-2012, 04:43 AM
I repeat: Show me where I excused or tried to excuse anything. It's nearly impossible to imagine that you are an idiot, and yet you repeatedly see things in my post which simply are not there. If I want to say something, I will say it. Why would I mince words around here where jackasses come to practice?

Ok


I have no doubt that in the world of anonymous communications that any public figure gets a lot of trash in her mailbox. It sounds like a lot of the abuse Malkin has received has come from other Filipinos

Justified and excused in two sentences.

You really do make this too easy Novatwit.

Odysseus
03-09-2012, 11:48 AM
I repeat: Show me where I excused or tried to excuse anything. It's nearly impossible to imagine that you are an idiot, and yet you repeatedly see things in my post which simply are not there. If I want to say something, I will say it. Why would I mince words around here where jackasses come to practice?

Unfortunately, it's becoming impossible to imagine that you aren't one, when you make these claims. Let's take the post that I linked to:


I have no doubt that in the world of anonymous communications that any public figure gets a lot of trash in her mailbox.

Malkin pointed out that these were not anonymous postings, but big names in the Democrat-Media nexus. Ed Schultz, Kieth Olbermann and Matt Taibbi are nationally viewed or read. However, by trying to pretend that these were anonymous attacks, you attempted to dismiss them as inconsequential. They are not. That was your first justification.


It sounds like a lot of the abuse Malkin has received has come from other Filipinos, and since my friend and roommate from 1976-1981 was "a Flip (in his own words)" I can say that he and his family were delightful people and blunt, blunt, like no filter blunt. His mother would say to him, "You need eat less, you getting fat." She wasn't being mean, but it just wasn't something I was used to.

Here, you are pretending that it's okay because only other Filipinos use the term, but you don't know that this is the case. In fact, Malkin, in another article, shows at least one white person using the same slur against Latino Marco Rubio:



MSNBC and CNBC contributor — and professed Charlie Crist admirer — Donny Deutsch used racially charged language on Monday night, smearing Republican senatorial candidate Marco Rubio as a “coconut.” Deutsch appeared on HLN’s Joy Behar Show and used the word, which both the New York Times and Urban Dictionary define as a “person who is tan on the outside” and “white on the inside.” Rubio is the son of Cuban exiles. [Audio available here.]

Furthermore, this argument presumes that there is a single, correct Asian response to all political issues, and that anyone who deviates is not authentically Asian, i.e., a "race traitor", to use the white supremacist term. It's of a piece with those blacks who called Michael Steele :Sambo" or "Uncle Tom" when he was the head of the RNC, or used similar language to describe Clarence Thomas, Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, Herman Cain, JC Watts, Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice or any other black who didn't toe the liberal line. It's evil, no matter who says it.


The only people I have ever personally heard call another person a coconut was a Mexican calling a Mexican-American a coconut because he wasn't supporting illegal aliens and "immigration rights". I would assume that only a Filipino would call Malkin a Subic Bay Bar Girl if that even happened, seems a little long for an epithet, even in the South.

Subic Bay's red light district was notorious throughout the world, and almost anyone with any knowledge of the Philippines would have known that a Subic Bay Bar Girl was a hooker employed by the bars to turn tricks and run up drink tabs. It's a vile slur. Again, you are attempting to minimize the attack by claiming that it only came from her fellow Filipinos, but even if that were the case (and we don't know that it is) that doesn't mitigate the insult, nor does it excuse it.

Now, do you understand that you were excusing the attacks on Malkin, or do I have to explain it in shorter sentences containing smaller words?

Bailey
03-09-2012, 12:14 PM
Unfortunately, it's becoming impossible to imagine that you aren't one, when you make these claims. Let's take the post that I linked to:

.

Malkin pointed out that these were not anonymous postings, but big names in the Democrat-Media nexus. Ed Schultz, Kieth Olbermann and Matt Taibbi are nationally viewed or read. However, by trying to pretend that these were anonymous attacks, you attempted to dismiss them as inconsequential. They are not. That was your first justification.



Here, you are pretending that it's okay because only other Filipinos use the term, but you don't know that this is the case. In fact, Malkin, in another article, shows at least one white person using the same slur against Latino Marco Rubio:




Furthermore, this argument presumes that there is a single, correct Asian response to all political issues, and that anyone who deviates is not authentically Asian, i.e., a "race traitor", to use the white supremacist term. It's of a piece with those blacks who called Michael Steele :Sambo" or "Uncle Tom" when he was the head of the RNC, or used similar language to describe Clarence Thomas, Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, Herman Cain, JC Watts, Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice or any other black who didn't toe the liberal line. It's evil, no matter who says it.



Subic Bay's red light district was notorious throughout the world, and almost anyone with any knowledge of the Philippines would have known that a Subic Bay Bar Girl was a hooker employed by the bars to turn tricks and run up drink tabs. It's a vile slur. Again, you are attempting to minimize the attack by claiming that it only came from her fellow Filipinos, but even if that were the case (and we don't know that it is) that doesn't mitigate the insult, nor does it excuse it.

Now, do you understand that you were excusing the attacks on Malkin, or do I have to explain it in shorter sentences containing smaller words?



Nova why do you go into a battle of wits unarmed all the time? I am surprised PETA hasn't called for ODY arrest for the babyseal like beatings he delievers on you almost everyday or do you do what you do just to troll and stir up trouble? I hope for your sake its the latter.

Novaheart
03-09-2012, 12:56 PM
Malkin pointed out that these were not anonymous postings, but big names in the Democrat-Media nexus. Ed Schultz, Kieth Olbermann and Matt Taibbi are nationally viewed or read. However, by trying to pretend that these were anonymous attacks, you attempted to dismiss them as inconsequential. They are not. That was your first justification.

Malkin pointed out specific insults from those specific people. Malkin is saying that those remarks are representative of the kind of abuse she gets in volume, including the insults to her ancestry- not that the insults to her ancestry came from those specific people. I commented on the hate mail she received, not the remarks of the celebrities which she specified.

Novaheart
03-09-2012, 01:04 PM
Now, do you understand that you were excusing the attacks on Malkin, or do I have to explain it in shorter sentences containing smaller words?

All I more deeply understand with each of your posts is that you are incapable of objectivity, incapable of understanding that specific references to specific things are not to be universally extrapolated to whatever bullshit is running around in your head, and that you are still trying to prove to some people that you are a legitimate anti-intellectual. Your fan club (Apache, Puffy, Peanut, and Snookie) says a lot about you.

Odysseus
03-09-2012, 01:06 PM
Malkin pointed out specific insults from those specific people. Malkin is saying that those remarks are representative of the kind of abuse she gets in volume, including the insults to her ancestry- not that the insults to her ancestry came from those specific people. I commented on the hate mail she received, not the remarks of the celebrities which she specified.

Do you use a regular microscope to split hairs that fine or do you have to use something with more power? Just wondering.

Malkin's complaint was that the left wages war on women. She cited examples from specifically named persons and, as you said, stated that they are representative of the abuse that she receives in volume. She stated that the ethnic slurs came from those who used her background as a club in order to bludgeon her into submission to racial solidarity, but she did not imply that only other Asians used those terms. That was your attempt at minimizing the impact of the insults, which is part and parcel of defending her attackers. When I cited one example of a white person using the slur, you ignored it. You are now flailing.

Just admit that you were attempting to minimize the impact of the insults. You know that you were, and we know that you were. You might as well admit it before you embarrass yourself further.

txradioguy
03-09-2012, 01:07 PM
Malkin pointed out specific insults from those specific people. Malkin is saying that those remarks are representative of the kind of abuse she gets in volume, including the insults to her ancestry- not that the insults to her ancestry came from those specific people. I commented on the hate mail she received, not the remarks of the celebrities which she specified.

Do you ever worry about tripping when you backpeddle that fast?

Rockntractor
03-09-2012, 01:07 PM
All I more deeply understand with each of your posts is that you are incapable of objectivity, incapable of understanding that specific references to specific things are not to be universally extrapolated to whatever bullshit is running around in your head, and that you are still trying to prove to some people that you are a legitimate anti-intellectual. Your fan club (Apache, Puffy, Peanut, and Snookie) says a lot about you.

What the hell did you attempt to say?

He is sniffing his nail polish remover again!http://gfxlovers.com/smilies/imgs/foolish/foolish004.gif (http://gfxlovers.com/smilies)

txradioguy
03-09-2012, 01:09 PM
What the hell did you attempt to say?

Here let me translate:

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51SeMXZ0seL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

Odysseus
03-09-2012, 01:12 PM
All I more deeply understand with each of your posts is that you are incapable of objectivity, incapable of understanding that specific references to specific things are not to be universally extrapolated to whatever bullshit is running around in your head, and that you are still trying to prove to some people that you are a legitimate anti-intellectual. Your fan club (Apache, Puffy, Peanut, and Snookie) says a lot about you.


:rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:: rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::r otfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:

Is that your new meme? That I'm trying to create some sort of anti-intellectual street cred? That's truly pathetic. The discussion is about you attempting to defend Malkin's attackers. I've demonstrated this by quoting your post and showing how you attempted to do this. Now, you are attempting to deflect the argument with a silly bit of pseudo-psychology that is not only laughably wrong, but irrelevant.

Arroyo_Doble
03-09-2012, 05:21 PM
I repeat: Show me where I excused or tried to excuse anything. It's nearly impossible to imagine that you are an idiot, and yet you repeatedly see things in my post which simply are not there. If I want to say something, I will say it. Why would I mince words around here where jackasses come to practice?

Damn funny.

Lanie
03-09-2012, 05:37 PM
By Michelle Malkin

March 7, 2012 12:00 A.M. I’m sorry Rush Limbaugh called 30-year-old Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke a “slut.” She’s really just another professional femme-a-gogue helping to manufacture a false narrative about the GOP “war on women.” I’m sorry the civility police now have an opening to demonize the entire Right based on one radio comment — because it’s the progressive Left in this country that has viciously and systematically slimed female conservatives for their beliefs.

We have the well-worn battle scars to prove it. And no, we don’t need coddling phone calls from the pandering president of the United States to convince us to stand up and fight.

At his first press conference of the year on Tuesday, the nation’s concern troll explained that he phoned Fluke to send a message to his daughters and all women that they shouldn’t be “attacked or called horrible names because they are being good citizens.” After inserting himself into the fray and dragging Sasha and Malia into the debate, Obama then told a reporter he “didn’t want to get into the business of arbitrating” language and civility. Too late, pal.

The fact is, “slut” is one of the nicer things I’ve been called over 20 years of public life. In college during the late 1980s, it was “race traitor,” “coconut” (brown on the outside, white on the inside) and “white man’s puppet.” After my first book, Invasion, came out in 2001, it was “immigrant-hater,” the “Radical Right’s Asian Pitbull,” “Tokyo Rose,” and “Aunt Tomasina.” In my third book, 2005’s Unhinged, I published entire chapters of hate mail rife with degrading sexual epithets and mockery of my Filipino heritage.

If I had a dollar for every time libs have called me a “Manila whore” and “Subic Bay bar girl,” I’d be able to pay for a ticket to a Hollywood-for-Obama fundraiser.

Self-serving opponents argue that such attacks do not represent “respectable,” “mainstream” liberal opinion about their conservative female counterparts. But it was feminist godmother Gloria Steinem who called Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison a “female impersonator.” It was NOW leader Patricia Ireland who commanded her flock to vote only for “authentic” female political candidates. It was Al Gore consultant Naomi Wolf who accused the late Jeane Kirkpatrick of being “uninflected by the experiences of the female body.”

It was Matt Taibbi, now of Rolling Stone magazine, who mocked my early championing of the tea-party movement by jibing: “Now when I read her stuff, I imagine her narrating her text, book-on-tape style, with a big, hairy set of (redacted) in her mouth. It vastly improves her prose.”

It was Keith Olbermann, then at MSNBC and now at Al Gore’s Current TV, who wrote on Twitter that columnist S. E. Cupp was “a perfect demonstration of the necessity of the work Planned Parenthood does” and who called me a “mashed up bag of meat with lipstick on it.” He stands by those remarks. Olbermann has been a special guest at the White House.

Some of us have not forgotten when liberal Wisconsin radio host John “Sly” Sylvester outrageously accused GOP lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch of performing “fellatio on all the talk-show hosts in Milwaukee” and sneered that she had “pulled a train” (a crude phrase for gang sex). (Earlier, he called former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a “black trophy” and “Aunt Jemima.”)

Or when MSNBC misogynist Ed Schultz called talk show host Laura Ingraham a “talk slut” for criticizing Obama’s petty beer summit. Or when Playboy published a list of the top 10 conservative women who deserved to be “hate-f**ked.” The article, which was promoted by Anne Schroeder Mullins at Politico.com, included Ingraham, “The View’s” Elisabeth Hasselbeck, former Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino, GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann, and others. Yours truly topped the list with the following description: a “highly f**kable Filipina” and “a regular on Fox News, where her tight body and get-off-my-lawn stare just scream, ‘Do me!’”

And then there’s the Left’s war on Sarah Palin, which would require an entire national forest of trees to publish.

A reporter asked Obama to comment on examples of liberal hate speech at Tuesday’s press conference. He whiffed, of course. This is, after all, the brave leader who sat on his hands while his street thugs attacked tea-party mothers and grandmothers as “Koch whores” during the fight over union reform in Wisconsin. (As I reported last week, his reelection campaign is now targeting the Koch brothers’ private foundation donors in a parallel effort to chill conservative speech and activism.) He’s leading by example.

So no, we won’t get any phone calls from Mr. Civility. Acknowledging the war on conservative women would obliterate The Narrative. Enjoy the silence.

— Michelle Malkin is the author of Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks & Cronies. © 2012 Creators.com

You know what I really really really really, no really can't stand about the conservative side?

It's the idea that you need to take personal responsibility. They make that their soap box as if the other side don't believe in personal responsibility. But yet, the moment somebody from their side does something crappy, excuses are made for that person. So what if Michelle Malkin has been called names? I don't support that either. Targeting somebody for their gender is never justified, and it sickens me to see a supposed role model for women making excuses for Limbaugh.

And do note, I'm not making excuses for anybody calling conservative women names. I think I spoke up enough when Sarah Palin was running for Vice-President on this subject. I just wish conservatives would say "Yeah, that was messed up," and move on with life instead of making excuses of "But the other side started it" like a four year old child.

Lanie
03-09-2012, 05:41 PM
This is a good column by Michelle Malkin. I wish Rachel Maddow or some other liberal woman would say something like this.


I don't know about the left in general, but I got into it at DU when people used terms like "Uncle Tom" or "Aunt Jemima" to describe JC Watts or Condi Rice. I was told by self-described white posters that since those people are republicans, they are voting against the interests of their race (according to white DUers) and that it is okay to call them those names. I even pointed out to them that I have no right to question Dr. Rice's "black" credentials because I was white and because I never had 4 of my best friends blown up in a church bombing when I was in middle school. (Condi attended the church in Birmingham that the Klan blew up in the 60s).

I hate it when anyone uses the c word to describe a woman. It's like the n word-it's never appropriate language in political discourse or polite conversation.

The word bitch, however, can be a badge of honor.

So when did you get tombstoned? :D

Lanie
03-09-2012, 05:43 PM
Malkin pointed out specific insults from those specific people. Malkin is saying that those remarks are representative of the kind of abuse she gets in volume, including the insults to her ancestry- not that the insults to her ancestry came from those specific people. I commented on the hate mail she received, not the remarks of the celebrities which she specified.

I do agree that being a celebrity (and a mouthy one at that) does make one more targeted to hate mail and hate speech.

That said, it's still not a good reason to say this stuff. The left and the right have it in their head that if a woman is not on their side, then they need to be put in their place. This needs to stop.

Chuck58
03-09-2012, 05:44 PM
Nova, all you need to do is read Michelle Malkin's Twitter account. The slurs are an every day thing, and I mean literally every day. Some are worse than others. Too bad you missed Alec Baldwin's comments.

What Rush said was nothing compared to some of the things I've read and heard from lib talk show hosts and supposed comedians like Maher.

Lanie
03-09-2012, 05:51 PM
Nova, all you need to do is read Michelle Malkin's Twitter account. The slurs are an every day thing, and I mean literally every day. Some are worse than others. Too bad you missed Alec Baldwin's comments.

What Rush said was nothing compared to some of the things I've read and heard from lib talk show hosts and supposed comedians like Maher.

But do comments said to Malkin make Limbaugh's comments okay? I'm so sick of the idea of two wrongs make a right. And for the record, I can't stand Maher anymore than I can stand Limbaugh or Malkin. As far as I'm concerned, they're all jackasses (jackass, not an anti-woman slur btw).

Chuck58
03-09-2012, 06:00 PM
But do comments said to Malkin make Limbaugh's comments okay? I'm so sick of the idea of two wrongs make a right. And for the record, I can't stand Maher anymore than I can stand Limbaugh or Malkin. As far as I'm concerned, they're all jackasses (jackass, not an anti-woman slur btw).

I think it's about damned time. Fight fire with fire. Talk the same talk as the opponent. If they can sling it, they ought to be able to receive it.

This isn't anything knew. It's been going on for years, reaching a fever pitch in the last general election when the left attacked Palin, and not just Palin but her family including her youngest child.

We didn't fire back and things have only gotten worse. Now, a conservative commentator spoke up and the left is in full cry against him and the 'horrible' things he said. Meanwhile, Bill Maher and the rest continue to use even worse against Conservatives.

AmPat
03-09-2012, 06:23 PM
You know what I really really really really, no really can't stand about the conservative side?

It's the idea that you need to take personal responsibility. They make that their soap box as if the other side don't believe in personal responsibility. But yet, the moment somebody from their side does something crappy, excuses are made for that person. So what if Michelle Malkin has been called names? I don't support that either. Targeting somebody for their gender is never justified, and it sickens me to see a supposed role model for women making excuses for Limbaugh.

And do note, I'm not making excuses for anybody calling conservative women names. I think I spoke up enough when Sarah Palin was running for Vice-President on this subject. I just wish conservatives would say "Yeah, that was messed up," and move on with life instead of making excuses of "But the other side started it" like a four year old child.Yawn!

Can you at least pretend to see the hypocrisy that is being commented on? This isn't about defending Rush and either you know it and are being a typical liberal, Kool aid drinking hack, or you don't know it and are a typically stupid liberal.

Chuck58
03-09-2012, 06:33 PM
Yawn!

Can you at least pretend to see the hypocrisy that is being commented on? This isn't about defending Rush and either you know it and are being a typical liberal, Kool aid drinking hack, or you don't know it and are a typically stupid liberal.

The left are bullies. They dish it out but can't take it.

Here's a post from another site that explains that what Rush did was wrong. The insinuation is that it's okay to attack nationally known conservative women.

"Rush has stepped in it big this time. The huge big time air personality went after a private woman with all his might. I think she at least has a case for Defamation. Larger than that are the rest of the women in the US. What woman would accept being called a slut and a prostitute just because she used birth controls pills either as contraception or to regulate her hormones, which is what Fluke was testifying about."

*edit* The only mistake Rush made (IMO) is apologizing.

Apache
03-09-2012, 06:39 PM
You know what I really really really really, no really can't stand about the conservative side?

It's the idea that you need to take personal responsibility. They make that their soap box as if the other side don't believe in personal responsibility. But yet, the moment somebody from their side does something crappy, excuses are made for that person. So what if Michelle Malkin has been called names? I don't support that either. Targeting somebody for their gender is never justified, and it sickens me to see a supposed role model for women making excuses for Limbaugh.

And do note, I'm not making excuses for anybody calling conservative women names. I think I spoke up enough when Sarah Palin was running for Vice-President on this subject. I just wish conservatives would say "Yeah, that was messed up," and move on with life instead of making excuses of "But the other side started it" like a four year old child.

first of all lanie, fluke was NEVER attacked for her gender. she was called on her apparent lack of self-control when it comes to sex (birth control, $1000 dollars a year, can't afford.... you remember) rush was putting her numbers, her claims, her 'testamony' in context. did he go over-board? some say yes, i don't happen to agree with that, the math as been done (here and other places), and her numbers bear the weight of slut... like it or not.
secondly, this is about hypocrisy. it has been the left, lanie, who has been screaming bloody murder, calling for the denouncing of rush. calling for him to be removed from the air. all the while playing as if they are pure as the driven snow. they would never sink to such depths.... wrong! have you heard any outrage over the senator being called a ' call girl for big oil' this week? i doubt you've even heard the story. this isn't a 'they started it' moment.... it's holding a mirror up to the shrieking left.

Apache
03-09-2012, 06:41 PM
*edit* The only mistake Rush made (IMO) is apologizing.

agreed!

fettpett
03-09-2012, 09:28 PM
You know what I really really really really, no really can't stand about the conservative side?

It's the idea that you need to take personal responsibility. They make that their soap box as if the other side don't believe in personal responsibility. But yet, the moment somebody from their side does something crappy, excuses are made for that person. So what if Michelle Malkin has been called names? I don't support that either. Targeting somebody for their gender is never justified, and it sickens me to see a supposed role model for women making excuses for Limbaugh.

And do note, I'm not making excuses for anybody calling conservative women names. I think I spoke up enough when Sarah Palin was running for Vice-President on this subject. I just wish conservatives would say "Yeah, that was messed up," and move on with life instead of making excuses of "But the other side started it" like a four year old child.

you're not getting it. Malkin never supported what Rush said, While I personally believe he was right, he could have used different language. That said, Malkin is pointing out the HYPOCRICY of the left on THIS issue. Every signle one of these pathetic excuses have used wording that is inexcusible to describe women on the right and ther is NO outcry about it. Women on the right take it and deal. But you oversensitive types on the left can't deal with a one time/rare occurance of it.

Word of advices for you pansy ass libtards, SUCK IT UP AND DEAL!!

Odysseus
03-10-2012, 01:37 AM
But do comments said to Malkin make Limbaugh's comments okay? I'm so sick of the idea of two wrongs make a right. And for the record, I can't stand Maher anymore than I can stand Limbaugh or Malkin. As far as I'm concerned, they're all jackasses (jackass, not an anti-woman slur btw).

Actually, I'm not so sure that Rush was wrong. Fluke complained that she was being bankrupted by her birth control costs, but as we've seen, it isn't that expensive. Her claims are either grossly dishonest or she's screwing around more than the entire staff of Vivid Video. Given her background as a femagog, my money is on the former, but it's a legitimate question to ask. Was Rush crude about it? Certainly. But Fluke opened herself up to it (and if her tally of birth control costs is accurate, she opened herself up to it in more ways than one) by making outlandish claims.

OTOH, the slut comments made about Palin (Sarah and Bristol), Michelle Malkin, Laura Ingraham and the rest of the conservative women are so grossly unrelated to anything about them that they cannot be meant as anything but defamation and intimidation. The hypocrisy of Obama calling Fluke to commiserate with her over this, while accepting money from Maher, who has said much worse, is blatantly obvious. This is especially true for another reason. Since Obama took office, how many calls has he made to the families of troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan? Those people have suffered real losses and trauma and he has had no comfort for them, but for a feminist liar who picked a contrived fight, he's got all the time in the world.

txradioguy
03-10-2012, 07:19 AM
Yawn!

Can you at least pretend to see the hypocrisy that is being commented on? This isn't about defending Rush and either you know it and are being a typical liberal, Kool aid drinking hack, or you don't know it and are a typically stupid liberal.

She's a sad combination of both of your theories. And IMHO not all of it is accidental.

Lanie
03-10-2012, 09:53 AM
Actually, I'm not so sure that Rush was wrong. Fluke complained that she was being bankrupted by her birth control costs, but as we've seen, it isn't that expensive. Her claims are either grossly dishonest or she's screwing around more than the entire staff of Vivid Video. Given her background as a femagog, my money is on the former, but it's a legitimate question to ask. Was Rush crude about it? Certainly. But Fluke opened herself up to it (and if her tally of birth control costs is accurate, she opened herself up to it in more ways than one) by making outlandish claims.

OTOH, the slut comments made about Palin (Sarah and Bristol), Michelle Malkin, Laura Ingraham and the rest of the conservative women are so grossly unrelated to anything about them that they cannot be meant as anything but defamation and intimidation. The hypocrisy of Obama calling Fluke to commiserate with her over this, while accepting money from Maher, who has said much worse, is blatantly obvious. This is especially true for another reason. Since Obama took office, how many calls has he made to the families of troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan? Those people have suffered real losses and trauma and he has had no comfort for them, but for a feminist liar who picked a contrived fight, he's got all the time in the world.


Obama is a hypocrite for accepting money from Maher. You're being a hypocrite for justifying calling that college student a slut while saying it's not okay for conservative women. You're no better than those DUers who justify stuff.

Don't you realize "slut" is like the n word? It's meant to try to put women in their place. In reality, most men could care less because a lot of them behave very similarly. Notice there's no word to describe a man who sleeps around a lot.

And FYI, it wouldn't matter if she had been around the block. If you take your birth control pills consistantly and correctly, it will still prevent pregnancy. If you don't take them consistantly or correctly, then you won't prevent pregnancy. The amount of sex doesn't affect cost unless your BC is condoms or something else used everytime you have sex.

I realize I sound harsh, and I usually respect you. I can't believe you'd justify such disgusting behavior toward women though. I expected better out of you. FYI, people on both sides are justifying why one is supposedly right and the other isn't. In the end, it's all hatred toward women. It's meant to put women in their place.

The world would be a better place if more women were in charge! Not all women. I'd just like to stop it with men being the the biggest voice and the most leadership. They're the numerical minority for goodness sakes! Ugh!

And if men did a good job of being fair, that would one thing. Having them being 95% of the leaders in this world is not working!

Lanie
03-10-2012, 09:55 AM
first of all lanie, fluke was NEVER attacked for her gender. she was called on her apparent lack of self-control when it comes to sex (birth control, $1000 dollars a year, can't afford.... you remember) rush was putting her numbers, her claims, her 'testamony' in context. did he go over-board? some say yes, i don't happen to agree with that, the math as been done (here and other places), and her numbers bear the weight of slut... like it or not.
secondly, this is about hypocrisy. it has been the left, lanie, who has been screaming bloody murder, calling for the denouncing of rush. calling for him to be removed from the air. all the while playing as if they are pure as the driven snow. they would never sink to such depths.... wrong! have you heard any outrage over the senator being called a ' call girl for big oil' this week? i doubt you've even heard the story. this isn't a 'they started it' moment.... it's holding a mirror up to the shrieking left.

Show me the post where I called for Rush to be taken off the air. He has a right to his disgusting freedom of speech.

That said, "slut" is a word used for women and women only. It's meant to put women in their place, or do you really not see that. There is no word to decribe men who sleep around a lot.

Novaheart
03-10-2012, 12:07 PM
Nova, all you need to do is read Michelle Malkin's Twitter account.

I confess that I don't have the slightest idea how to do that. I have never twitted.

Lanie
03-10-2012, 12:19 PM
I confess that I don't have the slightest idea how to do that. I have never twitted.

Psst! It's tweeted. :D

fettpett
03-10-2012, 12:24 PM
Obama is a hypocrite for accepting money from Maher. You're being a hypocrite for justifying calling that college student a slut while saying it's not okay for conservative women. You're no better than those DUers who justify stuff.

Don't you realize "slut" is like the n word? It's meant to try to put women in their place. In reality, most men could care less because a lot of them behave very similarly. Notice there's no word to describe a man who sleeps around a lot.

And FYI, it wouldn't matter if she had been around the block. If you take your birth control pills consistantly and correctly, it will still prevent pregnancy. If you don't take them consistantly or correctly, then you won't prevent pregnancy. The amount of sex doesn't affect cost unless your BC is condoms or something else used everytime you have sex.

I realize I sound harsh, and I usually respect you. I can't believe you'd justify such disgusting behavior toward women though. I expected better out of you. FYI, people on both sides are justifying why one is supposedly right and the other isn't. In the end, it's all hatred toward women. It's meant to put women in their place.

The world would be a better place if more women were in charge! Not all women. I'd just like to stop it with men being the the biggest voice and the most leadership. They're the numerical minority for goodness sakes! Ugh!

And if men did a good job of being fair, that would one thing. Having them being 95% of the leaders in this world is not working!

the typical cost of birth control pills without insurance is >$20/mo unless you have some issue that doesn't allow such. IUD costs 200-400 for a 5-10 stint. The costs that she's bitching about is insanely stupid and out of proportion to reality. If you go by condoms which is roughly $20/box with 36-40 condoms in it, that 150 BOXES of condoms (about 6,000 individual condoms)

AmPat
03-10-2012, 01:50 PM
FYI, people on both sides are justifying why one is supposedly right and the other isn't. In the end, it's all hatred toward women. It's meant to put women in their place.


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Lemme help you out Special Ed:

The Conservative women were attacked for being Conservatives. They were called "sluts" by liberal morons for their political ideology, not for their sexual behavior. The Skank in question was called a slut for her self proclaimed, albeit, presumned sexual behavior.
Just like the whale tail in the White House preaching diet to Americans while stuffing her gut with whatever can't out run her. Both of these hypocrites are being attacked for their hypocrisy that they brought on themselves.

Apache
03-10-2012, 02:38 PM
The world would be a better place if more women were in charge! Not all women. I'd just like to stop it with men being the the biggest voice and the most leadership. They're the numerical minority for goodness sakes! Ugh!

And if men did a good job of being fair, that would one thing. Having them being 95% of the leaders in this world is not working!

so that's it,huh? you think that women would make better leaders... lol. lanie, women aren't going to be any more fair than men, because they too are human...

feminist blinders won't change that...:biggrin-new:

MrsSmith
03-10-2012, 02:55 PM
Obama is a hypocrite for accepting money from Maher. You're being a hypocrite for justifying calling that college student a slut while saying it's not okay for conservative women. You're no better than those DUers who justify stuff.

Don't you realize "slut" is like the n word? It's meant to try to put women in their place. In reality, most men could care less because a lot of them behave very similarly. Notice there's no word to describe a man who sleeps around a lot.

And FYI, it wouldn't matter if she had been around the block. If you take your birth control pills consistantly and correctly, it will still prevent pregnancy. If you don't take them consistantly or correctly, then you won't prevent pregnancy. The amount of sex doesn't affect cost unless your BC is condoms or something else used everytime you have sex.

I realize I sound harsh, and I usually respect you. I can't believe you'd justify such disgusting behavior toward women though. I expected better out of you. FYI, people on both sides are justifying why one is supposedly right and the other isn't. In the end, it's all hatred toward women. It's meant to put women in their place.

The world would be a better place if more women were in charge! Not all women. I'd just like to stop it with men being the the biggest voice and the most leadership. They're the numerical minority for goodness sakes! Ugh!

And if men did a good job of being fair, that would one thing. Having them being 95% of the leaders in this world is not working!
Calling someone who sleeps around outside marriage a "slut" is actually accurate. Calling a monogamous married woman a "slut" is obviously inaccurate. Excusing those that trash monogamous married women with crude sexual terms and other disgusting terms because they share your political beliefs makes you as crude and nasty as they are.

Being unable to see the complete hypocrisy of the left, the media, and our president on these issues takes extraordinarily large blinders. I envision you walking around like a draft horse, but with blinders the size of a sheet of plywood on either side of your head. How else can you ignore that elephant in the room while focusing on Rush's ant-sized comment?

Odysseus
03-10-2012, 04:18 PM
Obama is a hypocrite for accepting money from Maher. You're being a hypocrite for justifying calling that college student a slut while saying it's not okay for conservative women. You're no better than those DUers who justify stuff.

Lanie, it's not that some are conservative and some are liberal, it's that Sandra Fluke was claiming that she needed money for sex, while Palin, Malkin and Ingraham were not. Palin and Malkin are married, and while Ingraham isn't, there's nothing to indicate that she sleeps around.


Don't you realize "slut" is like the n word? It's meant to try to put women in their place. In reality, most men could care less because a lot of them behave very similarly. Notice there's no word to describe a man who sleeps around a lot.
No, I don't realize that. A slut is a woman of loose morals. There are other words that are the N-word equivalent, such as the C-word, or it's synonym, the T-word. The difference between a man who sleeps around and a woman who sleeps around is the difference between a key that opens multiple locks and a lock that can by opened by multiple keys.


And FYI, it wouldn't matter if she had been around the block. If you take your birth control pills consistantly and correctly, it will still prevent pregnancy. If you don't take them consistantly or correctly, then you won't prevent pregnancy. The amount of sex doesn't affect cost unless your BC is condoms or something else used everytime you have sex.
Birth control pills cost $9 per month at Target. Her total cost for three years would be $324, which is one-tenth of what she is claiming. If her numbers are accurate, than she's having more sex than a bordello, and if they're not, then she's lying for political gain. You tell me which you think it is.


I realize I sound harsh, and I usually respect you. I can't believe you'd justify such disgusting behavior toward women though. I expected better out of you. FYI, people on both sides are justifying why one is supposedly right and the other isn't. In the end, it's all hatred toward women. It's meant to put women in their place.

No, in the end, it's power. Sandra Fluke stood up and lied in front of a bunch of Democrats who held a mock hearing when they couldn't convince the real committee to allow them to substitute her for the scheduled witness. Then, when she was exposed as a fraud, they played the anti-woman card, conveniently forgetting that they treat women a lot worse when they don't toe the line. I expected a bit less credulity from you.


The world would be a better place if more women were in charge! Not all women. I'd just like to stop it with men being the the biggest voice and the most leadership. They're the numerical minority for goodness sakes! Ugh!

And if men did a good job of being fair, that would one thing. Having them being 95% of the leaders in this world is not working!

Women are no more kind or compassionate than men, as anyone who as ever gone to high school can tell you. And you're parroting propaganda. It's like the meme about a woman earning 67 cents for every dollar earned by a man. It sounds awful, until you realize that women are far more likely to take themselves out of the job market for prolonged periods to have and care for children. When the numbers are adjusted so that single men and single women are compared, women actually come out ahead on salary. However, that's not the kind of information that motivates people to go out into the streets and burn their support garments. Again, try not to be so credulous. You're smarter than that.

Apache
03-10-2012, 04:54 PM
Show me the post where I called for Rush to be taken off the air. He has a right to his disgusting freedom of speech.

That said, "slut" is a word used for women and women only. It's meant to put women in their place, or do you really not see that. There is no word to decribe men who sleep around a lot.

lol lanie. get real...

no way, shape or form did i insinuate that YOU PERSONNALY called for rush to be removed. so put that straw back in the field...


that said, 'slut' is determined by your actions. ms. fluke provided the numbers, and they were broken down. 8.8-10 times a day. that's what the numbers that ms. fluke threw out there show... she's having sex 8.8-10 times A DAY! what would you call her?

i guess you haven't heard of a male slut?

txradioguy
03-10-2012, 05:30 PM
Palin...Malkin...Ingrahm and other Conservative women get called sluts whores because of their political beliefs.

Fluke got called a slut because she claimed she was having so much sex at Georgetown Law School she was going broke.

Anyone who tries to say the two are the same is a colossal idiot.

fettpett
03-10-2012, 06:29 PM
I'd like to see her grades, if she's having that much sex, there is no way in hell she's getting anything better than a D, unless one of the people she's fucking is her professors

Hawkgirl
03-10-2012, 09:44 PM
Actually, slut wasn't the right word...he should have used WHORE. If Sandra was a little more discreet, she wouldn't have had her whorish ways broadcasted on national radio. Unmarried women who brag about sexual partners are sluts/whores. Men who brag about sleeping around are dogs.

BUT, I digress. The POTUS calling up a whore and offering consolation can only mean one thing: 1. He wants to bang her too.

But the real issue here, is wtf is a POTUS doing calling a whore about her birth control when the US economy is dire straits? Once again, he has taken the office of the Presidency and has disgraced it.

Chuck58
03-10-2012, 10:02 PM
Actually, slut wasn't the right word...he should have used WHORE. If Sandra was a little more discreet, she wouldn't have had her whorish ways broadcasted on national radio. Unmarried women who brag about sexual partners are sluts/whores. Men who brag about sleeping around are dogs.

BUT, I digress. The POTUS calling up a whore and offering consolation can only mean one thing: 1. He wants to bang her too.

But the real issue here, is wtf is a POTUS doing calling a whore about her birth control when the US economy is dire straits? Once again, he has taken the office of the Presidency and has disgraced it.

That's simple. When you don't have an answer, and don't have any idea how to fix a problem, you ignore it and do what seems popular at the time. The left/progressive crowd were treating Fluke like a rock star, so call her and let it be known you're calling her, and make sure the media knows you're calling her. Then, everybody will see what a caring person you are.

The President of the United States takes time from his busy day to console a simple student, an unknown person. How much more down to earth is that? With all the problems this country faces at home and abroad, he has time for an insignificant young woman. Sort of brings tears to your eyes, doesn't it? Kind of Lincolnesque. :rolleyes:

Hawkgirl
03-10-2012, 10:09 PM
That's simple. When you don't have an answer, and don't have any idea how to fix a problem, you ignore it and do what seems popular at the time. The left/progressive crowd were treating Fluke like a rock star, so call her and let it be known you're calling her, and make sure the media knows you're calling her. Then, everybody will see what a caring person you are.

The President of the United States takes time from his busy day to console a simple student, an unknown person. How much more down to earth is that? With all the problems this country faces at home and abroad, he has time for an insignificant young woman. Sort of brings tears to your eyes, doesn't it? Kind of Lincolnesque. :rolleyes:

Bush took time out of his work day to console grieving mothers and families when they lost loved ones in the war. The Obamanation calls sluts.

That my friends, is the difference.

Apache
03-10-2012, 10:20 PM
That's simple. When you don't have an answer, and don't have any idea how to fix a problem, you ignore it and do what seems popular at the time. The left/progressive crowd were treating Fluke like a rock star, so call her and let it be known you're calling her, and make sure the media knows you're calling her. Then, everybody will see what a caring person you are.

The President of the United States takes time from his busy day to console a simple student, an unknown person. How much more down to earth is that? With all the problems this country faces at home and abroad, he has time for an insignificant young woman. Sort of brings tears to your eyes, doesn't it? Kind of Lincolnesque. :rolleyes:

:vomit:

Chuck58
03-10-2012, 10:20 PM
Bush took time out of his work day to console grieving mothers and families when they lost loved ones in the war. The Obamanation calls sluts.

That my friends, is the difference.

Bush cared, and he still cares and still greets troops coming home and calls the families of lost troops.

The one in office now only cares about them if it's politics, and can make him look good. He's an evil, self centered, egotistical, arrogant, worthless, POS in my book.

MrsSmith
03-11-2012, 08:46 AM
Bush took time out of his work day to console grieving mothers and families when they lost loved ones in the war. The Obamanation calls sluts.

That my friends, is the difference.

:applause::thumbsup:

Odysseus
03-11-2012, 12:23 PM
Show me the post where I called for Rush to be taken off the air. He has a right to his disgusting freedom of speech.

Uh, I think we may have found the problem. Freedom of Speech isn't disgusting. In this case, it served to focus attention on a woman who is lying through her teeth.

NJCardFan
03-11-2012, 01:33 PM
Show me the post where I called for Rush to be taken off the air. He has a right to his disgusting freedom of speech.

That said, "slut" is a word used for women and women only. It's meant to put women in their place, or do you really not see that. There is no word to decribe men who sleep around a lot.

2 things. #1, you really think freedom of speech is disgusting? Chalk one up to showing your true colors. #2, why does someone calling someone else a slut only rile you when it's a conservative calling an obvious liberal plant one? I don't recall you reacting with the same kind of vigor when the leftist media and other pundits were running Sarah Palin AND her family through the tire shredder on a daily basis. As I keep saying, liberal hypocrisy, it's what's for breakfast. Makes me laugh when you lefties feign outrage only when it servers your purpose.

Apache
03-11-2012, 01:49 PM
2 things. #1, you really think freedom of speech is disgusting? Chalk one up to showing your true colors. #2, why does someone calling someone else a slut only rile you when it's a conservative calling an obvious liberal plant one? I don't recall you reacting with the same kind of vigor when the leftist media and other pundits were running Sarah Palin AND her family through the tire shredder on a daily basis. As I keep saying, liberal hypocrisy, it's what's for breakfast. Makes me laugh when you lefties feign outrage only when it servers your purpose.

or the bait and switch.

i think we may be getting through to her, cuz i don't see the usual stacks of crap that i remember....:single_eye: