Yesterday while on Twitter, preparing to launch my latest counter-assault on #WarOnWomen “feminists”, I came across a Tweet from a liberal woman who said she had “talked to” some GOP women who were “clearly submissive” on the issue of “War On Women” and that it was too bad that they were “too afraid to speak out.”
I called BS on it, of course, and suggested to her that “submissive” to a liberal feminist means “to not stand alongside my radical sisters on the left while we wage a dishonest campaign against people who disagree with us” – in other words, if you don’t toe the “feminist” line about victim-hood and the “patriarchy”, and accurately push back on the absurd idea that the GOP is waging a “war on women”, then you just can’t think for yourself, you’re subservient, etc. Been there, done that, got the T-shirt.
This willfully ignorant way of thinking, in a nutshell, is nothing more than dangerous, hateful, mindless feminist groupthink disguised as “insightful commentary.” IT SHOULD BE REJECTED.
As should misogynistic rhetoric. Unless you’re a hypocritical liberal Democrat like Barack Obama, of course. Sarah Palin, on Sean Hannity’s show, absolutely slammed Barack Obama last night for his failure to to practice what he preaches in rejecting Bill Maher’s $1 million:
Sarah Palin made an appearance on Thursday’s Hannity to discuss the million dollar check that Bill Maher — who has made several misogynistic remarks about Palin and others over the course of his career — gave to Barack Obama‘s Super PAC, without comment from President Obama, whom, you’ll recall very recently issued a public condemnation of Rush Limbaugh‘s nasty comments about Sandra Fluke.
Palin shared that she’s never seen President Obama as a “man of valor,” and so isn’t surprised that he has “accepted” this “dirty money” while remaining mum about Maher’s comments.