Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The amalgam of feminism, neoconservatism, and plebeian exegetics that calls itself the conservative movement.

First, the Ranee of the Republican Party, the "rogue" Sarah Palin and her imbecilic apologists are screaming "sexism" about a Newsweek cover of Mrs. Palin in her running outfit. Sarah Palin's response is just as dimwitted as she is, "The choice of photo for the cover of this week's Newsweek is unfortunate. When it comes to Sarah Palin, this 'news' magazine has relished focusing on the irrelevant rather than the relevant," Palin wrote. "The out-of-context Newsweek approach is sexist, and oh-so-expected by now."

Yes, those liberals at Newsweek and in the mainstream media are just a bunch of raging misogynists.

I remember when conservatives didn't scream sexist, racist, or fascist at the slightest provocation and instead left such sophomoric mudslinging to their the liberal opponents.

Next, we have Republican Congressman John Shadegg giving Rudy Guiliani a run for his money at baseless fear mongering and irrational paranoia.

"I saw the Mayor of New York said today, 'We're tough. We can do it,'" Shadegg said. "Well, Mayor, how are you going to feel when it's your daughter that's kidnapped at school by a terrorist? How are you going to feel when it's some clerk - some innocent clerk of the court - whose daughter or son is kidnapped? Or the jailer's little brother or little sister? This is political correctness run amok."

A DCCC spokesman then responds:

"In case there's any doubt of the Republican Party being taken over by the likes of Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Michele Bachmann and other Right Wing extremists, last night Republican Rep. John Shadegg actually suggested that Mayor Bloomberg's daughter will be kidnapped by a terrorist," DCCC spokesman Ryan Rudominer said in a statement.

The jingoism and paranoia of the Republican Party is truly the only thing they are "extremist" about. Well, maybe not, they seem quite extremist about erecting a police state and passing tax cuts for the rich while waging their Jihad for perpetual peace and attempting to turn the entire world into a giant consumerist utopia. There's really not much else they're off-the-walls bonkers about.

Finally, we have the insipid Carrie Prejean:

The former Miss California told Christianity Today that the Bible makes no judgment about boob jobs.

"I don't think there's anything wrong with getting breast implants as a Christian," she told the magazine. "I think it's a personal decision. I don't see anywhere in the Bible where it says you shouldn't get breast implants."

According to RadarOnline.com, Prejean has no less than eight sex tapes and 30 nude photos to her name, each showing the model performing solo sex acts.

The conservative movement now has among their most prominent social conservatives a breast-implanted, amateur pornographer who stars in her own movies and yet has continued to enjoy the support of the "conservative movement."

I wonder, besides threatening people with terrorist kidnappings, calling the mainstream media sexist, and of course producing sex-tapes, what has the conservative movement accomplished anyway?

1 comment:

  1. I agree that Palin's jump into the 'sexist' bandwagon pool validates the premise that the left uses and instantly cedes any/every argument that she may have to validate conservativism. And by conservatism, I mean free markets, free minds, classic liberal ideals. I don't however even pretend to think that she is perfect, however I think that she may be a whole lot better than you seem to think here. I do like your site too, by the way.