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Not content to stone any woman who dares run for public office, the media is now turning around and blaming the uppity women they attacked for the sexism.

This is not the traditional “she asked for it – her dress was too short”

It’s far more perversely done in the name of feminism.

CNN’s Campbell Brown became an expert at raising the feminist flag to stab women in the back. After of course dismissing the notion of sexism throughout the primaries.

She did it during the campaign to Palin

Tonight I call on the McCain campaign to stop treating Sarah Palin like she is a delicate flower that will wilt at any moment…

Translation: give us the chance to tear her down or else!

And now, she is at it again

Somehow, the sexism of the Obama speechwriter is …too easy

Jon, I’m not even going to go after you for this, because it is just too easy.

So, I’m not even going to bother.

But thank god, she found a more challenging target

This is what I am struck by: Sen. Clinton’s response.

Why am I not surprised? And could anything Hillary would have done – or fail to do met with campbell, Obama media’s approval?

I certainly found her terse put down just right for the offense

“Sen. Clinton is pleased to learn of Jon’s obvious interest in the State Department, and is currently reviewing his application.”

But the Bros before Hos media cannot accept it – and suddenly, the offensive photo is not about the Obama campaign anymore  – but a weapon against Clinton. Yet again.

Me, having watched he primaries as a voter, not a campaign operative, I shall post a photoshop of the photo in question by sugar. The changes to me tell the full story

.Favreau, Brown and the entire Obama campaign starting with the candidate, media were participating in the stoking the fires of the misogyny. And some are now trying to burn the same women with the same ugly hatred they created.

And PUMA Pac has another photoshop version

the ‘how do you like them apples” version


The Confluence goes all out with a whole photoshop entry

and how can I not have Campbell Brown here?


Barack-I am not a Muslim-Hussein-Obama is now planning to unite the Muslims. New York Times is picking the label for the Vuiton luggage:

President-elect Barack Obama’s aides say he is considering making a major foreign policy speech from an Islamic capital during his first 100 days in office.

So where should he do it?

Where should he do it???? is that the question that comes up here?

How about


Let’s set aside the stupididity of the idea encouraged by the fawning media that speechifying counts for anything else than an exercise in vanity.

In the case of Muslims, whose fanatics blows to the rest of the world have been slowed down only by the fact that they are at odds with each other, a commom purpose is just what the word needs.

With us or against us – it’s almost irrelevant at this point.

And, yes, it has been planned as Kerry famously blurted out

John Kerry says bluntly that Barack Obama has the potential to “bridge the divide in religious extremism” because he is black….

Of course, the “black” was a last minute save – he realized that officially, Obama was not a Muslim here..

I wonder how much of that billion in funding was brought in by “Hussein”

Anyway, the plan is going into action, and all new York Times is asking is : where would this make the best photo op?”


An excellent commentary on this by Lisa B at No Quarter

But how will he handle further Islamic extremism? Does he think once he’s sworn in and speechifies from a carefully chosen Muslim capital that all will be sweetness and light? What, exactly, will it accomplish? But then, what will he do about the rampant anti-Semitism so clearly visible and so acceptable that the UN will sponsor another “notorious” anti-racism event like Durban? This isn’t “genteel” racism, done in code words or through suggestion. This is the real deal, where people regularly say in “polite society” that others do not have a right to live and are the source of all a region’s ills.

What will this post-racial President do? According to the writer at Forbes, another AA had a few words about this. Maybe he should lead the way.

When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You are talking anti-Semitism. –The Rev. Martin Luther King, 1968

Not Your Sweetie

December 2008