I'm going to punish those misogynistic a**holes and here's how
by MS01 Indie, Sun Jun 29, 2008 at 09:38:27 AM EDT
The lying, undemocratic bastards that stole the Democratic nomination must be punished. We can't let them get away with this. The only way to teach them a lesson is to use our vote. I'm sick and tired of people complaining that those of us that say this are being irrational, so I've detailed below the reasoning behind my decision.
There was rampant misogyny on display throughout the primary campaign. There were hateful things said by talking heads on cable news shows, anonymous posters on the Internet, and some supporters of Obama. Many of these comments were beyond the pale. I am going to punish those people by voting for the candidate of the party that misled us to war under false premises. This war has resulted in more than 4,000 deaths of young Americans and an uncounted number of deaths of Iraqi women and children, but I don't care. The misogynistic comments were far more harmful than the lies that led us to war. How can you possibly ignore some bruised feelings just because some people have died due to GOP lies?
I am going to vote for McCain as a way of punishing the hateful people on MSNBC and CNN and any other network that didn't praise Hillary to the max. The only network that was fair was Fox News. Terry McAuliffe said that and I believe him. So what if Fox called Michelle Obama a "Baby Mama"? She deserves everything she gets. She's not a woman; she's an angry black radical. Besides, who said we had to support all women? I like Fox News, they care a lot more about women's rights than the other networks. Just look at how many good-looking blonde women they have on there, like Ann Coulter.
The evil, undemocratic members of the DNC led by Howard Dean must be shown the errors of their ways. I am going to vote for the GOP candidate, because he is better on the issues that matter to women than the misogynistic Democrats . So what if he called his wife a c*nt and a b*tch? She probably deserved it. Besides, he makes jokes all the time. Remember the time he said Chelsea was so ugly because her father was Janet Reno? That was really funny. I bet Hillary got a big laugh out of that. That's one of the things I love about her, she has such a great sense of humor. I know McCain respects women more than Obama does. Even if he doesn't, I don't care, because I want to punish someone.
I'm sick and tired of people telling me that voting for McCain will mean more conservatives on the Supreme Court. You people should have thought of that before
you made such snide remarks about Hillary. So what if the Supreme Court will work against women's rights? The hurtful things said about Hillary are far more important than Roe v. Wade. I think a random remark by a female radio host is far more important than civil liberties or rulings in favor of corporate interests. People that use Supreme Court appointments as an argument against voting for McCain don't understand what is really important.
This election was stolen from Hillary and, by extension, from me. I will never forgive the Democratic Leadership for following their rules. Those rules were unfair to my candidate. I am going to punish the leaders of the party by voting for the people that really care about democracy in this country. I know, I know, they stole the 2000 election, but that was a long time ago. I forgive them for that. It is far more important to punish the loss of a few delegates that didn't really affect the final outcome of the nominating process. I can do this by rewarding the people who have stolen hundreds of billions of dollars from the American taxpayer.
I'm fed up with you people telling me to calm down and think about this rationally. I am mad as hell and I'm going to get even by voting for four more years of Bush policies. I don't care about the issues. I only care about my bruised feelings. Besides, it's not like McCain's bad ideas will hurt me or my family. Well, maybe a little. Ok, maybe a lot. But I don't care, because I will have had some revenge on anonymous_user_29 from whocares.com. They said Hillary was too much of a centrist and they preferred Obama. That was the most misogynistic thing I've ever heard. The bastard deserves every minute of a McCain presidency for that remark. So do the rest of you 'bots. Hillary 2012!!!!!!