8 thoughts on “Our Male Chauvinist President”

  1. It’s a buncha crap and everyone who DIDN’T vote for The Same One knows it.

    IF, and God forbid ever, a (R) was to do that he would be called Old Fashioned, ignorant, backward, and yes misogynistic for even thinking that a woman needed his help r protection. Which seems odd, that a (R) would consider protecting or taking up for any woman.

    How can you do that AND wage a war on women? I guess thinking is hard!

  2. More lefty hypocrisy….

    “Treat women the same as men!!!!! Until we don’t want you to!”

    “You will be gender-neutral….unless we say otherwise!!!!”

    If someone is going to take a public position, that someone better be willing to take a punch (no new civility here). Gender neutral.

    1. I used to work for a company that prided themselves on that BS. It’s all they talked about, equal this, equal that, equal everything, until it came to the heavy lifting, sweating or dirty parts of the gig.

      THEN the females were suddenly too delicate to do those things.

  3. America pre-1920 vs America now.

    Women are a problem. Men should keep them in their place.

    If it makes you uncomfortable to stare this fact in the face, I sympathize. Doing so makes me uncomfortable, too. We have all been carefully trained to avert our eyes from the truth, to cast about frantically for explanations rather than believe what we see every day.

    But I refuse to take refuge in the comfort of platitudes. I insist on facing the truth, no matter how ugly, unpleasant, or “chauvinist’” the truth may be.

    And I can do that — today. Today, stating the truth is merely offensive. Today, I’m a mere “chauvinist”.

    Soon, however, it will become illegal.

    I look forward to becoming a thought criminal.

    1. Well, if not African-American President, then at least African-American Ambassador be raciss:

      “All of the things they have disliked about things that have gone on in the administration, they have never called a male unqualified, not bright, not trustworthy,” said Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, the next chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus. “There is a clear sexism and racism that goes with these comments being made by unfortunately Sen. McCain and others.”

      Of course, she makes this claim because she’s a black woman and he’s a white male. But she’s not the sexist or raciss.

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