Yes, I read the post. And I noticed that "misogyny" and "racism" were used interchangeably, when the two words have nothing to do with one another. That's all I'm saying.
Heh, I get it now. Obama's black so that's the only reason people might possibly not like him, right? In the same vein, Palin's a woman so that's the only reason a person might not support her. Sorry, my head's been in the policies, I forgot about the racial/gender controversy stuff.
My dear Atonal friend, you are mistaken in your overzealous dismissal of my off the cuff theory. I was comparing the ridiculous assertion that anyone who does not support O'Christma is a racist,( Having had this idea beaten into our heads for the past year, it's truth must be patently obvious to anyone....except of course...a racist.) with the equally ridiculous assertion that anyone who does not support Governor Palin, and that other guy, is a misogynist. It's the standard what's good for the goose is good for the gander scenario.
Also, I'm flattered than you think my paltry efforts attain the level of grandiloquence. I can assure you however, that I have kept the number of polysyllabic morphemes to a minimum, and that I am notoriously wishy washy when it comes to the consistent use of the oxford comma.
The point is, these apish misogynists, (and according to you, ageist thugs to boot) need to be spending this election cycle behind bars.
Unless, of course, they really hate yard signs, in which case, they simply need help.
The result here is way beyond a prank. The clean-up costs were substantial. Even worse, though, is that this guy will probably never put up a yard sign again and he may have a permanently suspicious view of all Democrats for the rest of his life. I don't mean a legitimate sense of disagreement, I mean a reflexive dislike.
I don't see how that will benefit the political process for either side. :mad:
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