Video: “Liberals” hate women

November 13, 2012

At least those women who don’t bring home a paycheck.

Here’s newly elected Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ):

And here’s Justice Sonia Sotomayor dashing the princess dreams of little girls everywhere:

But it’s all OK, because Republicans are waging a war on women or something.

33 Responses to Video: “Liberals” hate women

  1. Gerry Owen on November 13, 2012 at 7:53 am

    Democrat equation:

    Sadly, they have this partially right- at least for the vast majority of unmarried women under 30.

  2. IP727 on November 13, 2012 at 8:03 am

    “unmarried women under 30.”

    Seeking a daddy image in D.C. (The mandingo effect).

    • bc3b on November 13, 2012 at 4:47 pm

      Most women I saw with 0bama bumper stickers had three things in common:
      1. Over 35 years old
      2. Driving alone
      3. Incredibly fugly

      • ATTILA vs IP7272, quien es mas estupido? on November 13, 2012 at 5:29 pm

        Keep it up, the Dems love aging white males chatting on conservative blogs. You do their work for them. Mandingo? All conservatives should own multiple guns? Are you stupid? Do you want to be a permanent minority party?

        Oh, you do, the party of whine.

        • artist on November 13, 2012 at 6:16 pm

          Do you get paid to be stupid? Surely you don’t do it for free?

  3. The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 8:18 am
    • Jim,MtnViewCA,USA on November 13, 2012 at 8:53 am

      Hey, I’ll read yours if you read mine. This was linked by Insty. Tell me where the guy is wrong.

      ps, I read yours. I agree with a lot of it. But I think the article misses a couple of things.
      1) Ron Paul would have gotten more votes in the Repub primaries if his views were popular enough to sell to the general public. I really, really don’t think there was a conspiracy that prevented Ron from getting his message out. The message did not catch fire with enough people. Plus, sorry, but he doesn’t have much celeb appeal and his voice is way to squeaky. Cosmetic, not important to me but important to a lot of the muddle.
      2) the Dems really are much worse. sorry. if you don’t see that, you are watching too much MSM or don’t live in a blue state.
      3) by equating Romney and Obama, Ron Paul supporters and Libertarians have made a fateful choice. pls do read the Frogman article to see a list of potential consequences. ask yourself if it will happen here.

      On the other hand, there is no arguing the central point of the ppjg article: real change requires, well, actual real change. (Did average Americans want real change though? Or are they still dreaming away in the soup and not realizing the temps are going gradually past the danger point?) I think we need real change. I’m with the Paul people on that one.

      • Gerry Owen on November 13, 2012 at 9:20 am

        Excellent read-
        sounds like the lonely voice from the mountaintop….dead on in many ways, I cannot find too much to quibble with.

      • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 1:52 pm


        i agree in essence with the general theme of the article. But I disagree with his take on Libertarian leaning folk (not Neocon or faux Conservatives who blindly and obediantly toe the party line) will ‘be sorry’ for not supporting Romney. For those who view things with a Constitutional/Libertarian mindsent actually see Romney not that much different than Obama. I’ll remind you that Romney also backed corporatism and the NDAA (among other things that Obama backs) — so one can see that individual liberteries would be harmed under Romney just like they would be Obama. And after the way Team Romney and the GOP establishment used trickery and deceit during the GOP nomination process and then had the gall to change the rules at the convention to undermine and stifle future Grassroots efforts (the real Tea Party — not the GOP establishment co-opted one).

        Think of it this way — here’s a general example: I have a good friend staying with me and my family and there is an enemy outside who wants to do harm to us. I trust my friend and I are on the same page, but he secretly covets what I have (my food, assets, and family) in the house for his own gain and moves in stealth to take it from me. Once I discover this, my first bullet will be used to splatter the brains of my so called ‘friend’ against the kitchen wall. I’ll deal with the enemy outside soon enough.

        Perhaps not the most fitting example of how more Libertarian and traditional Conservatives viewed Romney, but you get the idea. We’d rather see a painful shakeout of the populace to hopefully get more people to wake up and restore the Country to what the founders intended — even if it means more risk and possible pain to ourselves — rather than to live like serfs under a ‘false Conservative’ banner via a Romney election that would continue the status quo not much differently than Obama. So most of us stayed home or voted for someone other than Romney or Obama. I wouldn’t be surprised if the so called author of that article has some vested interest in a Romney presidency … either that or he doesn’t really understand what Romney was about , nor what this country was founded on though he claims he does. Maybe that Frenchman needs to go relearn the French Revolution.

        PS. I think Ron Paul’s message had a lot more appeal than you realize. Keep in mind that most of the MSM saught to suppress and misalign that message because it threatened the power structure behind them. THat power stucture has a vested interest in preserving the status quo even though that status quo doesn’t serve the interests of 90% of the citizens in the USA, though many citizens still don’t realize it yet.

        • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 2:02 pm

          … and picture and youtube videos clearly show that majority of the youth vote passionately backed Paul. They can see they are getting the shaft from Candidate A and Candidate B — both of whom support varying degress of the status quo.

          • Anonymous Paulbot on November 16, 2012 at 9:21 pm

            Bullshit — you paulbot fools supported 0bama even though 0bama will destroy your personal liberties and freedoms.

            You paulbot FOOLS brought this upon yourselves – so don’t complain when 100% of your personal liberties are stripped away from you under the dictatorship of 0bama — when you know full well that Romney/Ryan would have restored state’s rights and restored your personal liberties.

            You paulbot FOOLS did this to yourselves, so don’t come crying to us when you finally realize just how bad you idiots have screwed yourselves over!!!

            FUCKING paulbot retards!! None of you have enough sense to know what’s good for you — or what is going to destroy you all.

            Fucking retards!!

      • Rational on November 13, 2012 at 3:22 pm

        To have a clear message and vision is often hyped. For most average folks, some slogans, promises, a cool looking appearance and some sweet talks are enough to get their votes in more secular, more tolerant, more diversified population. And average folks decide the election.

  4. The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 8:20 am
    • Jim,MtnViewCA,USA on November 13, 2012 at 9:01 am

      Out of the 10 steps, this is the next stepping stone and it is the Big Kahuna, disarming the American public.
      “Sixth, Obama adopts the UN gun ban”
      Everyone who calls themselves a conservative should own a gun. Learn how to use it.
      Then, if you want or if it makes you uncomfortable, lock it away. But own one. And be extra vigilant to stand up when the MSM unleashes campaigns to restrict ownership.

      I like this comment/rant on the topic of editorial writing I saw at another site:
      “Well, I believe in the 1st Amendment, but on a more limited scale.
      I think before you write a column, you should have to apply to have a permit from the local sheriff. Give him your fingerprints, pass a background check, criminal history and mental illness check. Pay a fee to get a license to exercise your Constitutional right.

      You will have to pass a Federal instant check every time you want to write a column. Some people will want to restrict your right to only one column a month, and some will say you can’t write it unless it passes the sporting purpose test. You will have to pay excise taxes every time you want to buy a new pen or ink cartridges for your printer. And, if you’ve ever been charged with Domestic Violence, you give up your right to write a column. If you choose to drink, you cannot have a pen in your possession or you will lose your permit to exercise your 1st Amendment rights.
      But hey, you’re agreeable to REASONABLE restrictions on your rights, right?”

      • Setnaffa on November 13, 2012 at 9:55 am

        Q: Why does it take more paperwork to exercise your 2nd Amendment rights than it does for a teen to get fatally-injured by a Planned Parenthood clinic without her parents’ consent?

        A: Gun Owners don’t contribute as much money to Democrats as PP does…

        • Jim,MtnViewCA,USA on November 13, 2012 at 1:20 pm

          You’ve got that one right. Sadly.

          • setnaffa on November 13, 2012 at 1:35 pm

            Not that it’ll matter; but I think the GOP should give Obama everything he wants. And let the idiots who stayed home and didn’t vote a clearer example of what THEY created.

          • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 1:57 pm

            lol — don’t blame us. blame your crapweasal candidate and the GOP establishment who forced him on us!

          • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 2:04 pm

            … u know, that same “GOP Establisment” who is now advocating the party needs to move even more to the Political Center and now advocates embracing Amnesty! Gee, are you a masochist to continue to support such ‘leadership’ within your own political party?!!

          • Anonymous Paulbot on November 16, 2012 at 8:58 pm

            Keep playing the “poor victim” you pathetic paulbot.

            Just like your black liberal soulmate. You’re both poor victims, aren’t you — you worthless sack of shit paulbot (black victim) fools.

            You’re just like your black liberal soulmates…. all of you!

      • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 1:56 pm

        yes, the threat to the 2nd amendment is a concern too. It will be very difficult for the UN to get Obama to push it through Congress though. If they do, what does that tell you about the Neocon RINO’s that say they are for teh Constitution?

        agreed every conservative should own a gun. I’d suggest more than 1 — a handgun/pistol, a shotgun, and a semi-auto rifle for starters.

        • bobo on November 13, 2012 at 2:50 pm

          Grow up dbag, you already picked up your toys and ran home, you don’t get to come back and play with the big kids anymore.

          • KevPB on November 14, 2012 at 2:02 am

            Bobo, is that the same ‘anon’ Dbag who use to post his political rants 50 times a day but never had the balls to name a candidate?

            if so, then it’s pretty funny to see him slither back here and lecture you guys about taking ”more risks” to stand up for what he claims to believe in.

            Lol, hard to take advice from a spineless douche.

        • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 13, 2012 at 2:52 pm

          lol … speaking of grown-ups, your juvenile insults clearly show you aren’t one!

          • Setnaffa on November 14, 2012 at 5:28 am

            BTW, did you vote?

            If not: “STFU you craven, limp-wristed lemming.”

            If you did, tell us how.

            Then we’ll know which side you’re on. As if we didn’t already.

          • The Return of the Giant Crapweasal on November 14, 2012 at 7:27 am

            i did vote, but who i did for is none of your business.

            Last I checked, this site isn’t a cheerleading ‘club’ where only those who ‘fall in line’ to back and cheer for the GOP-establishment candidate are allowed into to post and those who don’t or who call out inadequecies in the candidate are banned or whose 1st amendment rights are stripped. (Or Is it? — lets hear from the board moderator if it is such a ‘club’).

            We should be able to post political commentary and engage in respectful discussion, even if we disagree somewhat. Setnaffa/bobo/kevPB — your childish, ad-hominem attacks serve no purpose and they make you look foolish. Why don’t you engage in some respecful discourse and we all might possibly learn a few new things. Like why your chosen candidate lost … and why the reaction of the so-called ‘leadership’ of his politial party to the loss is to move the party even more to the Political Center (which I believe is left of the Politial Center of 20 yrs ago) by vocally embracing Amnesty. Do you embrace this stance? If so, then do you still think of yourself as a Conservative? If not, then when are you willing to start putting principle above Party?

          • Anonymous Paulbot on November 16, 2012 at 8:25 pm

            “i did vote, but who i did for is none of your business.”

            Typical for the paulbot fool to COWER like a craven mouse and not reveal for whom it voted. As if we didn’t already know…

            Bottom line is that the feckless craven crapweasal paulbot voted AGAINST Romney and fully support its true love, 0bacca, for 0bacca is what the feckless craven paulbot crapweasals craves… The paulbots are cowards and a hypocrites of massive proportions, so the 0bacca traitor do they choose!

            Don’t lie — you know you chose the dictator over the true Conservatives.

            Now you paulbots will suffer the wrath of your foolish choice. Your angry ignorance will bring down upon you that worse and the horrid fate of your black liberal bretheren. You’re the SAME as the black vote and your black lib bretheren – and you know it. FOOLS!!!

      • Gerry Owen on November 13, 2012 at 2:09 pm

        Do they still sell “You’ll pry my gun from my cold dead hands” bumperstickers?

  5. bc3b on November 13, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    Liberal men named Kennedy are leaders of the “war on women.” Marilyn Monroe, Mary Jo Kopeckne, Joan Kennedy and Mary Kennedy being prime examples.

  6. Gerry Owen on November 13, 2012 at 5:28 pm

    Am I the only one sick to death already about the Generals and their floozies story?
    …I mean, seriously- we have dead people in Libya. We have an Administration lying to us. We have an Administration that is cancelling oil shale leases after a whole campaign about how GREAT they were on energy policy.
    There is so much crap out there, and we are stuck on this?
    …. I mean, seriously. Show me some scandalous photos of the bimbos, or I’m out….