Saturday, March 10, 2012

conservative women anger, smelly $ from a-hole Maher

I've been very ANGRY at the lying media and the left: ANGRY in bold, capital letters since the 2008 faux-selection of a marxist communist dictator in diapers fake usurper illegal potus Barry BamBam was installed into the people's white house...

I work full time.  I am a conservative.  I love America.  I am TIRED of being hated by  a vile USA media.  I My anger is JUSTIFIED.  I am WITH Breitbart. 


While the left is raging about Rush's accurate "slut" comment by a woman demanding taxpayers give her lots of money so she can have SEX, fake potus BamBam is HAPPY to take a million dollar donation from smelly A-hole Bill Maher.  Hattip Michelle Malkin and The Right Scoop:

Michelle Malkin points out the left goes WAY beyond the accuracy of a slut description of Fluke:

"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, unprintable 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. To the HuffPo left, whore is my middle name.

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 Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison a “female impersonator.” It was NOW leader Patricia Ireland who commanded her flock to only vote 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."

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