A Challenge to Leftists and Feminist

Trump stated truth:   If one is wealthy or famous that women will let a man do anything and gave as an example; “grab ’em by the pussy.”

There is no falsity in that statement. It is absolutely true.

Why do you ignore the truth? Does it intimidate you? Are you one of those women who allows famous and wealthy men to do as they please with you and the fact that the statement describes your innermost truth frightens you.

I know for a fact that women out there…some…not all…but millions will, in fact, allow wealthy and famous men to do as they will with them.

There are thousands of American women who travel to the Middle East (Dubai) for 25,000 and 50,000USD weekend. They are paid specifically to allow wealthy Arab men to do as they please. One item that is specifically part of that menu is anal sex for Muslims believe that anal sex is halal whereas vaginal sex is haram.

So, pls, tell me what in that statement by, then civilian, Donald Trump was false and what part of it offended you?

I’ll wait. You won’t dare answer truthfully for the truth is the last item on the Leftist Feminist agenda.

Trump’s exact words follow:


Trump:
 Yeah, that’s her. With the gold. I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star they let youdo it. You can do anything.

Bush: Whatever you want.

Trump: Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.

(Emphasis Red/Bold/Italics are mine)

Nothing in that statement is false. Women will allow wealth and famous men (a Star) do anything. That is a true statement.

I Love Weird

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Here’s what I don’t get about all of the nonsensical whining about “gender issues.”

Most of them aren’t even gender issues. If something is universal and not specific to a certain group, it’s not a specific party issue.

For instance, folks complaining about gals having their hair cut short. WTF!

Certain groups of folks will complain and critique the hairstyles of every other person who isn’t normal…THEIR normal.

I have crazy hair. It’s a faux hawkish wild man hair style. People talk about my hair all of the time.  Back when I had long hair and a goatee, I would be walking down the street and random people would yell; “Blonde Jesus!” I laughed. I didn’t whine about it.

When people talk smack, I talk smack back. Most of the time, it’s all in good fun. Occasionally, it’s a boss telling me that I need to conform to which I answer; “You can have me like this or you can fire me.” I’ve never been fired. What can I say, I’m a competent SOB.

Folks commenting, critiquing or, even, criticizing a little girl for having short hair is not a gender issue. It’s a cultural norm issue. Many Americans fear anything outside of the norm. They’re weak minded, Lilliputian fucktards. They’re conformists. They are the bane of existence for all of us who are non-conformist or just plain weird.

To me, weird is beautiful. It’s special. It’s what I desire.

Normal is boring. Normal people are wasted lives. They’re too fearful to take a chance and most of them yearn for the chance to break free. They won’t take that chance though. They are cowards.

Fuck normal. If you want to be normal, be normal. If you want to be weird, be weird. If you are too fearful to be you and to express who you are, you are a coward with a First World Problem. Get over yourself.

This is not a Gender Issue. A Gender Issue is women getting acid thrown in their face because they don’t wear a hijab. The hijab has been defended by “Women’s Rights” activists in the West. Ain’t that ironic.

Assume the Position America!

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Yelling White Power makes a White Person racist no more than yelling Black Power makes a Black Person racist.

Period.

Yes, of course, there are racists who scream “White Power.” There are also racists who scream “Black Power.” Racism knows no color limit despite what the #BlackLivesMatters and other Color Conscious Groups demand that everyone believe. Racism is both individual and institutional.

Ferguson Police Department is an excellent example of institutionalized racism. Baltimore Police Department is another example of institutionalized racism. FPD is nearly all White. BPD is nearly all Black. Yet, both targeted Black Citizens. Both also targeted the Poor and the Disenfranchised. Institutionalized Racism is only part of the issue with the American Police.

The American Police targets the poor, minorities and any other disenfranchised group of peoples precisely because of those groups powerlessness. The GOP and DNC pay lip service to human rights and the US Constitution and Bill of Rights just long enough to talk you out of your vote. Neither of those parties care about you and both parties are in favor of current police tactics and targets. As long as the Police do not offend the Politically Connected and interfere with those campaign contributions.

We all want to feel empowered. Unfortunately, the States have many of us Color Conscious. To be proud of the color of one’s skin is, in my estimation, stupid. Color consciousness and division is exactly what the DNC and GOP seek. That’s why Race Politics were invented. That is also why #BlackLivesMatters and similar organizations concentrate on the Racial Divide exclusively. That is exactly why despite Black on Black Crime being over 90% of the problem in “Black America” and the fact that over 90% of Crime against Black People being perpetrated by Black Criminals, #BlackLivesMatters succumbs to the Racial Politics of our age. These Race based movements are about division. The DNC and GOP divide the Citizenry and, thereby, conquer the Citizenry. Most of America is too ignorant to see this obvious truth which is why #BlackLivesMatter fails. It’s why the Black Panthers failed. It’s why Black Americans have seen a decline in their economic and social opportunities despite having a Black President images (2)and a Black SecState and the Congressional Black Caucus.

#BlackLivesMatter said that America has a White Violence problem. This despite the overwhelming evidence that most White people are apathetic about Black America and the majority of Black Crime in “Black America” being perpetrated by Black Americans.

The Black Lives Matters movement chooses to concentrate on the smaller, more politically popular issue because it is the easiest to fight in public. Therefore, it is the issue that will gain a brighter spotlight. It is the issue that will be popular with White Guilt Liberals. It is the issue that White Guilt LIberals will line up behind, reach into their pockets and hand over wads of cash. It is the issue that will create a new generation of Al Sharptons. Always eager for the spotlight and a wad of cash. Never eager to actually solve a problem or talk about real and difficult issues.

Most White Americans do not care about Black Americans because they do not know any. The Fly Over States are overwhelmingly White. The Northeast, outside of the major cities, are overwhelmingly White. To them, Black Peoples problems are Black People’s problem. White Americans have their own problems. Cops in their neighborhoods don’t have Black Teens to target. Cops in those White Americans neighborhoods target White kids. When #BlackLivesMatters spokespersons talk about Police Brutality against Black Men, they alienate millions of potential allies by ignoring the fact that Police Violence is not only a problem for Black Americans but for ALL AMERICANS.

Yeah, I know. It’s unpopular to talk about ALL AMERICANS with the Black Lives Matters folks. They think they are unique and that violence touches no one else. They believe that the government works for everyone else. They think that only Black People have problems.

And therein lies the problem.

Americans should unite to fight these issues. Instead, Americans allow the two political parties who have created all of the problems drive the conversation and frame the issues. This needs to halt.

Americans need to unite. Not along color lines. Not along class lines or party lines. Americans should unite as a people. As one.

Until Americans unite as one people and stop allowing the two Political Parties to define the issues, nothing will change.

We’ll have each “special” group clawing at one another and the Political Elite perched above looking down, laughing and picking up the pieces. Occasionally, they’ll toss a bone to this or that group. No one group will ever achieve anything meaningful and anything that is achieved will be at the expense of some greater Liberty.

So keep on with your racial politics and divides. Keep on with your Middle Class vs Welfare divides. Keep on dreaming that you will be THE ONE who becomes the next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. It might happen but it’s a one in a billion chance. The Rich will get Richer. The Clintons and the Bushes will laugh. The Kochs and the Soros’ will eat Gold and drink Silver whilst swimming in pools of sterile petroleum.

Your children? They’ll drink chromium enriched sewage from fracked up water tables. GMO foods that engineer diseasesimages (3) yet unheard of. They’ll swim in rivers brimming with pollutants and play in fields contaminated and toxic. Oh and that minimum wage will never become anything other than the bare.

Keep voting for your favorite GOP and DNC puppet.

Keep believing that it matters.

Because…you know.  #BlackLivesMatter  #AllLivesMatter #GirlsLivesMatter

But never as much as #PoliceLivesMatter

Why?

Who else is gonna keep your poor Black and White Ass in line.

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The Travesty of Gender Pay Disparity

Gender Pay Disparity!

Equal Pay for Equal Work!

This is shameful.

Men and Woman should be paid equal wages for equal work.

There is no excuse for this Travesty of Social Justice!

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Governor Sarah Palin for Vice President: A Feminist View of her Candidacy

A Feminist’s Argument for McCain’s VP

By Tammy Bruce

In the shadow of the blatant and truly stunning sexism launched against the Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, and as a pro-choice feminist, I wasn’t the only one thrilled to hear Republican John McCain announce Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate. For the GOP, she bridges for conservatives and independents what I term “the enthusiasm gap” for the ticket. For Democrats, she offers something even more compelling – a chance to vote for a someone who is her own woman, and who represents a party that, while we don’t agree on all the issues, at least respects women enough to take them seriously.

Whether we have a D, R or an “i for independent” after our names, women share a different life experience from men, and we bring that difference to the choices we make and the decisions we come to. Having a woman in the White House, and not as The Spouse, is a change whose time has come, despite the fact that some Democratic Party leaders have decided otherwise. But with the Palin nomination, maybe they’ll realize it’s not up to them any longer.

Clinton voters, in particular, have received a political wake-up call they never expected. Having watched their candidate and their principles betrayed by the very people who are supposed to be the flame-holders for equal rights and fairness, they now look across the aisle and see a woman who represents everything the feminist movement claimed it stood for. Women can have a family and a career. We can be whatever we choose, on our own terms. For some, that might mean shooting a moose. For others, perhaps it’s about shooting a movie or shooting for a career as a teacher. However diverse our passions, we will vote for a system that allows us to make the choices that best suit us. It’s that simple.

The rank bullying of the Clinton candidacy during the primary season has the distinction of simply being the first revelation of how misogynistic the party has become. The media led the assault, then the Obama campaign continued it. Trailblazer Geraldine Ferraro, who was the first Democratic vice presidential candidate, was so taken aback by the attacks that she publicly decried nominee Barack Obama as “terribly sexist” and openly criticized party chairman Howard Dean for his remarkable silence on the obvious sexism.

Concerned feminists noted, among other thinly veiled sexist remarks during the campaign, Obama quipping, “I understand that Sen. Clinton, periodically when she’s feeling down, launches attacks as a way of trying to boost her appeal,” and Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen in a television interview comparing Clinton to a spurned lover-turned-stalker in the film, “Fatal Attraction,” noting, “Glenn Close should have stayed in that tub, and Sen. Clinton has had a remarkable career…”. These attitudes, and more, define the tenor of the party leadership, and sent a message to the grassroots and media that it was “Bros Before Hoes,” to quote a popular Obama-supporter T-shirt.

The campaign’s chauvinistic attitude was reflected in the even more condescending Democratic National Convention. There, the Obama camp made it clear it thought a Super Special Women’s Night would be enough to quell the fervent support of the woman who had virtually tied him with votes and was on his heels with pledged delegates.

There was a lot of pandering and lip service to women’s rights, and evenings filled with anecdotes of how so many have been kept from achieving their dreams, or failed to be promoted, simply because they were women. Clinton’s “18 million cracks in the glass ceiling” were mentioned a heck of a lot. More people began to wonder, though, how many cracks does it take to break the thing?

Ironically, all this at an event that was negotiated and twisted at every turn in an astounding effort not to promote a woman.

Virtually moments after the GOP announcement of Palin for vice president, pundits on both sides of the aisle began to wonder if Clinton supporters – pro-choice women and gays to be specific – would be attracted to the McCain-Palin ticket. The answer is, of course. There is a point where all of our issues, including abortion rights, are made safer not only if the people we vote for agree with us – but when those people and our society embrace a respect for women and promote policies that increase our personal wealth, power and political influence.

Make no mistake – the Democratic Party and its nominee have created the powerhouse that is Sarah Palin, and the party’s increased attacks on her (and even on her daughter) reflect that panic.

The party has moved from taking the female vote for granted to outright contempt for women. That’s why Palin represents the most serious conservative threat ever to the modern liberal claim on issues of cultural and social superiority. Why? Because men and women who never before would have considered voting for a Republican have either decided, or are seriously considering, doing so.

They are deciding women’s rights must be more than a slogan and actually belong to every woman, not just the sort approved of by left-wing special interest groups.

Palin’s candidacy brings both figurative and literal feminist change. The simple act of thinking outside the liberal box, which has insisted for generations that only liberals and Democrats can be trusted on issues of import to women, is the political equivalent of a nuclear explosion.

The idea of feminists willing to look to the right changes not only electoral politics, but will put more women in power at lightning speed as we move from being taken for granted to being pursued, nominated and appointed and ultimately, sworn in.

It should be no surprise that the Democratic response to the McCain-Palin ticket was to immediately attack by playing the liberal trump card that keeps Democrats in line – the abortion card – where the party daily tells restless feminists the other side is going to police their wombs.

The power of that accusation is interesting, coming from the Democrats – a group that just told the world that if you have ovaries, then you don’t count.

Yes, both McCain and Palin identify as anti-abortion, but neither has led a political life with that belief, or their other religious principles, as their signature issue. Politicians act on their passions – the passion of McCain and Palin is reform. In her time in office, Palin’s focus has not been to kick the gays and make abortion illegal; it has been to kick the corrupt and make wasteful spending illegal. The Republicans are now making direct appeals to Clinton supporters, knowingly crafting a political base that would include pro-choice voters.

On the day McCain announced her selection as his running mate, Palin thanked Clinton and Ferraro for blazing her trail. A day later, Ferraro noted her shock at Palin’s comment. You see, none of her peers, no one, had ever publicly thanked her in the 24 years since her historic run for the White House. Ferraro has since refused to divulge for whom she’s voting. Many more now are realizing that it does indeed take a woman – who happens to be a Republican named Sarah Palin.

Tammy Bruce is the author of “The New American Revolution” (HarperCollins, 2005) and a Fox News political contributor. She is a former president of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women. A registered Democrat her entire adult life until February, she now is registered as a decline-to-state voter.

This article first appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Another interesting Palin article from the Brits

This is an election that will be decided by identity politics more so than any other Presidential race since the election of Kennedy.  Obama will more than likely get upwards of 95% of the Black vote.  Much of it simply because of his race.  But how will Palin play into this?  How many cross party votes will she bring based upon her gender.  How many women will vote for her based on gender.  How many men?  Will this affect Black women enough for them to vote with their gender?  Will Black women seek to elevate a woman as opposed to a Black male.

If the McCain/Pallin ticket wins, she is the likely candidate for 2012 as McCain has stated that he will run for office one time.  At his age, I don’t think he was using the line as a soundbite.