Friday, September 19, 2008

Obama supporter: 'I want to violently rape' Palin

Margaret Cho posted an anti-McCain/anti-Palin rant at her MySpace page:
But even though I would never, ever vote for Palin, I am kind of obsessed with f---ing her. She is sexy and hot in a MILF/Cougar way. . . . I want to steam up those glasses and show her what a pitbull with lipstick really needs -- doggy style!
Prompting one of Cho's fans and fellow Obama supporters to add this comment:
See, I more want to violently rape her with a turkey baster full of homosexual devil seed. I use the word rape because this woman doesn't seem to think that women should have the right to choose whats going on with their p---y anyway. So I would like to impose my will on her vagina like she is trying to do to mine.
Via Laura Elizabeth Morales.) There is probably a thesis in political science (or abnormal psychology) to be written about the way leftists have reacted to this pro-life Republican woman. One notices many of the same themes as in anti-Malkin/anti-Coulter rants.

There also seems to be some sort of anti-marriage/anti-motherhood sentiment involved here. I note, en passant, that both Cho and her commenter "Birdy" are lesbians, but hesitate to assert a causative correlation. Not all lesbians are so insanely heterophobic. The politicization of sex is an unfortunate consequence of the feminist dogma that "the personal is political."

UPDATE: Linked at NObamaBlog and HRCForum -- thanks.

A commenter notes that the French phrase en passant ("in passing") is used in chess to describe a certain opening move with pawns. I hadn't even thought of that, but it's a fact, and perhaps that's where I picked it up. I studied French in high school, but retained very little. On va a la plage!

I also studied Latin in high school and retained little, but this brings me to a related allusion: There is a passage in Cicero's first oration against Catiline in which he makes a very damaging accusation then says, "but I pass over this." As in, "You're an incestuous thief, but that's beside the point ..."

Cicero casually slips in the ad hominem, then returns to his main discourse. A very effective rhetorical tactic, prejudicing the audience while inciting one's opponent to attack a point irrelevant to your argument.

Cicero was not only a senator, but also the leading lawyer of his era, and knew every trick in the book. Which is, of course, why the Second Triumvirate marked him for assassination in their "bloody proscription." They simply could not hope to survive the condemnation of such an able orator, who had thwarted all the previous conspiracies of what historians have called the Popular party. Cicero was apparently not a participant in the plot against Caesar, but had opposed Caesar all along, and was likely aware of what Brutus and the others had in mind.

10 comments:

  1. >The politicization of sex is an unfortunate consequence of the feminist dogma that "the personal is political."

    No, no: it's a side-effect of "everything has to be done at the federal level, by the executive".
    Get the fed out of individual wallets and bedrooms, and the country can enjoy a restoration.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Cho and Roseanne Barr should do a show together where they gnaw on things, scream out random hatreds and work themselves into catatonic comas. Each week it would be like "The Aristocrats" joke but with two fat and ugly people who are functionally insane.

    Emerson
    oldpunks.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. There also seems to be some sort of anti-marriage/anti-motherhood sentiment involved here.

    Gee, you think? They hate me - and every other heterosexual, conservative, pro-life woman and mother - just for who we are. But we're supposed to shut up and vote for Obama because they'll, like, totally, not hate us if we do.

    Riiiiiight.

    ReplyDelete
  4. While pro-lifers don't dictate or much care what women DO for fun and games with their vaginas, they do care about the fate of any innocent, nascient HUMAN life that is created within that vagina.

    ReplyDelete
  5. One look at Cho and I would say she needs help!

    ReplyDelete
  6. How sad that she won the Korean American of the year award!

    ReplyDelete
  7. @marybel
    ISTR conception occuring past the cervix, in the womb, though, admittedly, I was young at the time.

    ReplyDelete
  8. en passant

    Only ever hears that word before, when it was being used to describe the capture of an advanced pawn, facing a pawn that has yet to advance.

    Nothing else to say, just saying that is the only time I've ever heard that term, when I was in 8th grade.

    ReplyDelete
  9. .
    These Leftist women are really losing their minds. Rosanne wondered on Bill Maher's show whether McCain would take away women's right to vote. Even Maher's audience thought that was a nutso thing to think.
    .
    absurd thought -
    God of the Universe says
    never elect a woman

    who's a conservative
    she's just a gender traitor

    .
    absurd thought -
    God of the Universe says
    just HOPE to pay more taxes

    DREAM about high fuel prices
    CHANGE PROGRESS to move backwards

    .
    absurd thought -
    God of the Universe says
    NEVER ELECT a woman

    OR a minority
    if they are Right of center

    .
    All real freedom starts with freedom of speech. Without freedom of speech, there can be no real freedom.
    .
    Philosophy of Liberty Cartoon
    .
    Help Halt Terrorism Today!
    .
    USpace

    :)
    .

    ReplyDelete
  10. This is one of the most disgusting things I've ever seen. Combined with Bernhardt's threats of gang rape by black men if Palin ever goes to Manhattan, interspersed with lots of "f***ing turncoat bitch whore" seething rage, I'd say these leftist feminist comediennes are sure on a rampage. What's up with that? Are not the feminists going to call them out on this misogyny or what?

    ReplyDelete