Take off the Boxing Gloves, It’s Going to Be a Pillow Fight
You know what, gender is now off the table. For the rest of the race women are not allowed to cry foul and start crying, pouting and pointing that the big old man is mean.
I didn’t like it when Hillary had Obama’s genitals in a vise and then whined that she was just a woman so I’m definitely not going to let it fly with all these other chicks pushing for Palin.
I’m not saying that women have to fight like men, I’m just saying we have to fight. If a woman can’t take it as well as man then she needs to sit her whack ass down and let the next woman take a shot.
A least that is what Sarah said.
Okay, I was paraphrasing. She didn’t exactly say that, but she did say this:
“When I hear a statement like that coming from a woman candidate with any kind of perceived whine about that excess criticism or, you know, maybe a sharper microscope put on her, I think, man, that doesn’t do us any good. Women in politics, women in general wanting to progress this country. I don’t think it’s, it bodes well for her — a statement like that.”
And she was right. That’s one thing I agree with her about, at least. I hope she can adhere to it.
Now go on Palin, get up there and give your beauty queen speech. Tonight you don’t even have to do a trick, be inspirational, or even get the words right. You’re still gonna shine.