Monday, March 04, 2013

Verbal Abuse Only Remarkable When it Happens to Women

Like everything else; if it happens to a man, its no big deal.

MAN UP! PUSSEH!  they say.

But when someone deigns speak harshly to a woman, WELL HOW COULD HE DO THAT!!?!? When men are insulted or berated, publicly? No big deal.

CLEARLY he is "out to insult" a woman's intelligence! I mean, the INDIGNITY OF IT ALL!

eh, Ms Jessup?

From the esteemed publication "" comes this fine journalism:

More obnoxious remarks for women from the Obama White House

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Remember when the Republicans were accused of waging a “war on women”? Yeah…
In addition to the vile name-calling, the Washington Examiner’s Joel Gehrke highlights other offensive treatment of women in the Obama White House:
On the record, Carney himself can be less than polite. He shocked the press corps last month by slamming a reporter after she observed that the White House proposed the sequester.
“Well, we’ve been through this a lot – I know you’re filling in — but here’s the fundamental fact,” Carney said two weeks ago.  “During the deficit reduction of the debt ceiling negotiations, because the Republicans refused to embrace balance, refused in the end to join hands with the President and pursue a grand bargain, there was an absolute necessity to avoid default, and both sides were looking for trigger mechanisms — this is complicated budget-speak — to help make this package possible.” Carney has since acknowledged that the White House did, in fact, come up with the sequester.
Oh, silly me and my female brain.  How could I possibly understand all of this “complicated budget-speak”?  I should just get back to my needlepoint…
In January, he mocked CNN’s Jessica Yellin for asking why Obama doesn’t “go up there” to engage with Congress more often.
“Because there is such a long history of Presidents going up there?” Carney responded. “I think that’s in a television program . . . ‘West Wing’ — you know.  Anyway, go ahead.” Yellin replied, “I’m not going to indulge your West Wing fantasies.”

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