Monday, January 28, 2008

You know how those people are ...

Feminists, I mean:
In short, gang raping of women is commonplace in our culture both physically and metaphorically.
This past week, we witnessed just such a phenomenon involving men who are afraid of a powerful woman. Hillary Clinton, in her quest for her Presidential nomination, has in fact endured infantile taunting and wildly inappropriate commentary. Indeed we have witnessed almost comical attacks by John Edwards who in turn sided with Barak Obama as both snickered at Clinton's "breakdown," which consisted of a very short dewy-eyed moment. Now John Kerry, who should certainly know better after his own "swiftboating," has joined the playground gang.
Meanwhile a separate release accuses Ted Kennedy of "betrayal" of women for endorsing Obama. Hat tips to Hot Air and Ace of Spades, who observes:
In related news, Mary Jo Kopechne died of psychological vehicular manslaughter.
Lie down with crackpots, wake up with atrocious metaphors.

UPDATE: Marty at Jammie Wearing Fool writes:
It will be most curious to see the next card the increasingly desperate Clintons now play.
Given that Team Clinton just dispatched a surrogate to accuse a black man of perpetrating a "gang rape," I think the next card has already been played -- as usual, off the bottom of the deck.

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