More Women Who Hate Women

Just an update. The Huffington Post, run by a woman, Arianna Huffington, has a video of explicit lyrics slamming Christine O’Donnell and Sarah Palin. Both defeated, non-entities. Nothing of course on New Jersey public union fighter Chris Christie. Cher over at Big Hollywood is quoted as trashing Sarah Palin and Arizona Governor Jan Brewer:

“I got so obsessed with [C-SPAN] that it was kind of interfering with my life. Sarah Palin came on, and I thought, Oh, fuck, this is the end. Because a dumb woman is a dumb woman.” On the subject of Arizona governor Jan Brewer, Cher says, “She was worse than Sarah Palin, if that is possible. This woman was like a deer in headlights. She’s got a handle on the services of the state, and I would not let her handle the remote control.”

There are many threatening Republicans. Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Scott Brown, and Rand Paul. You’d expect, as conservative male Republicans, they would be the focus of liberal women’s ire. Yet it is conservative women, including non-office holder, Sarah Palin, that earn a special contempt. It is striking. If Cher is watching CSPAN, she can see Chris Christie eviscerate teachers complaining about public education budget cuts. Yet, nothing. Only Sarah Palin.

It is remarkable, how Liberal women single out, often non-important female conservatives, for special hatred, completely ignoring conservative male Republican office-holders. It really is.

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10 Responses to More Women Who Hate Women

  1. Polichinello says:

    I think you're on to something with the liberal fixation, but you should note that Brewer runs counter to two of your suppositions. She's an "untouchable" white woman and now nationally known for being anti-illegal immigration.There are also other big wins that get less press. Johnson, Kirk, Kasich, Toomey, Scott, Walker, and Portman all won despite their being "beta".Really, even the losses are somewhat telling. If Tom Tancredo hadn't vociferously opposed illegal immigration, do you think he'd have come within spitting distance of the CO state house on the Constitution Party ballot line? Angle wasn't so much undone by her uncoolness, as by Reid's longstanding incumbency and connections, and probably a bit of chicanery in Clark County.

  2. haleyshalo says:

    NO ONE hates women as much as women. Men dismiss women, but women destroy women.

  3. namae nanka says:

    A misogynist is a man who hates women a tenth of how much women hate each other.

  4. Great article at Pajamas Media. Obama’s Domestic Violence Initiative: Hope, Hype, and Hogwash"…in a sane world, we would get more help for stressed-out moms, teach conflict resolution skills to teenage girls, and provide drug and alcohol treatment for violence-prone women. We might even devise a few programs to help abused men."

  5. Anonymous says:

    Tim Wise has a great article up on why republicans won the election and on why they won't win anymore.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Tim Wise has a great article up on why republicans won the election and on why they won't win anymore.Wow! What a great piece of satire!

  7. Whiskey says:

    Yes I've seen that. Wise of course works in the highly feminized, courtier type of aristocratic hot-house. He's upset he's getting hate mail for calling for the extermination of White people and transforming America into a non-White majority nation.Like all aristocrats, he hates the common people.But a guy like that can only function where his bile is rewarded. There are plenty who eat that up. Not the least of which are rich Whites and White women who find boring White beta males distasteful.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Doesn't Tim Wise realize that if the La Raza/Black Panther/Islamic caliphate regime he so fervently dreams of ever came to power, he would eventually be put up against the wall along with the other despised whites? After all, his usefulness to the cause would be at an end.

  9. Polichinello says:

    Seeing how our premiums are expected to increase at least by half this year thanks to Obamacare, I'd say a lot of women are going to be really motivated to reexamine their feelings on the welfare state and illegal immigration quite soon.

  10. Anonymous says:

    "Doesn't Tim Wise realize…"You could have stopped right there: No. Sycophants of totalitarian movements believe in the cause; in hatred. They never realize they're being used; they never realize how unimportant they are; they never realize they'll be sacrificed or ignored. I can't decide if "Wise" (that is irony) is Julius Streicher (ignored) or Ernst Rohm (murdered).

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