Hardcore, left-wing, feminist ideologues zeroing in on their target, Gov. Sarah Palin.
Whether or not Sarah Palin helps John McCain win the election, her greatest work may already be behind her. She’s exposed the feminist con job.
Don’t take my word for it. Feminists have been screaming like stuck pigs 24/7 since Palin was announced as McCain’s running mate. (Are pig metaphors completely verboten now?).. (read more)
Now, I don’t know that it’s, women’s feelings about Palin, being quite as bad as Jonah makes things out to be. NOW, does not, necessarily, “represent” all women. But, Jonah does a pretty good job of pointing out some very specific slams, smears, etc. by committed partisan feminists.
However, there has been more said, much more, than just what Jonah pointed out in his column…
Cintra Wilson, a committed feminist feminazi and writer at Salon.com, uses the following descriptions for Gov. Sarah Palin on 9/10/08 in Salon.com:
- “may be a lady, but she ain’t no woman”
- “a boost of political Viagra for the limp, bloodless GOP”
- “a hyperconservative, fu**able, Type A, antiabortion, Christian Stepford wife in a ‘sexy librarian’ costume”
- “she is their hardcore pornographic centerfold spread”
- “an opportunistic anti-female”
- “akin to ideological brain rape”
- “Republican blowup doll”
- “sheep in ewe’s clothing”
- “self-abnegating, submissive female Uncle Tommies whose ambitions and eagerness to please the powerful males of their tribe”
- “the Carmella Soprano of the GOP — an enabling wife of organized crime, who sees, hears and speaks no evil of the boys in her old-boy network for whom she does this ideological lap dance”
- “the White House bunny”
- “the sexual front of the culture war and the embodiment of the bold social engineering stance of the new authoritarianism that Republicans have been employing…”
- “an It Girl vice president who is easy on the eyes…”
- “a grown-up version of Mary Ann from ‘Gilligan’s Island‘”
- “Sarah Palin and her virtual burqa”
- “such a power-mad, backwater beauty-pageant casualty, it’s easy to write her off and make fun of her”
- “She is not just pro-life, she’s anti-life”
- “She is the suppression of human feeling and instinct”
- “She is a slave to the compromises dictated by her own desire for power and control”
- “Sarah Palin is untethered from her own needs and those of her family…”
- “Sarah Palin may put out to be popular”
That Cintra Wilson is one classy lady woman, huh? She has such a command of the English language. 😉
Then, you also get the male feminists, I guess you would have to call them, like Gary Kamiya. He gave the following descriptions of Gov. Sarah Palin being in the 2008 race in his article, “The Dominatrix“, in Salon.com on 9/9/08, with one sick picture at the top it:
- “a whip-wielding mistress who wants to discipline a naughty America”
- “a slick, unqualified, right-wing extremist and religious zealot in designer glasses”
- “the pinup queen”
- “the presidential race may be decided by the perceived doability of the governor of Alaska”
- “perceived babaliciousness”
- “she is grossly unprepared to be president and was obviously brought in to appeal to women who will supposedly vote gender over issues”
- “did you check out Palin’s rack”
- “working the id and the gonads”
- “Palin comes across not as a fantasy pinup, but as a dominatrix”
- “the S/M demographic”
- “You could practically feel the crowd getting a collective woody as Palin bent Obama and the Democrats over, shoved a leather gag in their mouths and flogged them”
- “The more Palin drilled the Democrats, the more hotly the base yearned to drill her.”
- “Palin comes across as someone who’s going to drill them.”
- “aside from the crude fact of her gender, she has nothing to offer women who don’t share her out-of-the-mainstream cultural values”
- “a weird political novelty cocktail”
- “Her bitter reactionary taste is disguised by tasty female flavoring”
- “she looks like the girl next door. But on closer inspection, that house next door turns out to be the Mansion of Mistress Palin (rhymes with “pain”)”
- “McCain’s Palin Pinup Ploy”
Neither of these writers at Salon.com seem terribly gifted, relying heavily on denigrating statements and labels for Sarah Palin to fill the bulk of their page. But, then again, Salon.com isn’t exactly a news outlet either, I don’t suppose. They want Obama.
Next thing you know, we’ll see Whoopi and some of her liberal co-hosts chiming in with similar craziness over at The View Spew. Some behaviors are not as crass but that doesn’t mean the aren’t classless.
And, then, there are some things for which you just cannot find an adequate descriptor, like Pamela Anderson saying Sarah Palin can “suck it!” Never doubt Pam’s prowess in that area, I don’t guess, but Sarah Palin is many, many things that Pam Anderson is not.
As I have noted before, there are some feminists defending Sarah Palin against the unwarranted attacks and smears by the radical left. Then, there are some in the sisterhood, like the card-carrying Wilson and the honorary member Kamiya that hate Sarah Palin. But, the hate has less to do with gender as it does with political idealogy. What kind of “change” is that.
There is no denying that Sarah Palin has caused a surge in the popularity and support of the GOP presidential campaign. To counter it, the Obama campaign will probably come out with some half-butted video about John McCain on a hugely insignificant issue. Well, as if right on cue from the Obama campaign. 😉