Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Of Course It Is Sexism

It has nothing to do with the media-propagated "scandals"--which don't exist about Hillary Clinton. It is simply because she is a woman that fuel the opposition to her.

It ain't just limited to voting for Trump. The "progressive left" men--and it is almost all men--who support Jill Stein, a dingbat who is even less qualified than Donald Trump to be president--go around and claim they aren't against a woman, just "this" woman, are a pack of liars.

They support Stein BECAUSE she is unelectable. We women who were around in the 1960s and early 1970s know the score.

Parton has it right although Obama hasn't faced the hatred Clinton has.

The comments from the mostly dudes following the Parton article are revealing. They cannot admit they can't stand the thought of a woman leading the country. They can't stand it because these pricks think women are nothing but holes for them to stick their dicks into. Women are not human beings to them at all. Besides, women are the biggest critics of sexual liberation, especially women on the left, and these dudes can't stand it. As long as women spread their legs and don't get uppity, these "progressive" men will tolerate them. But if they want to be something more than that or something other than that, these dudes have no use for them at all.

These men, on all parts of the political spectrum, are going to have to get used to the fact women aren't going back. Ever.

Wednesday Reads

A couple of obituaries to note:

Former president and prime minister of Israel Shimon Peres, 93, passed away yesterday. He was also a Nobel Prize winner.

In 2007, Peres became president of Israel, a position elected by members of the Knesset. The presidency required him to resign the Knesset seat he had held for more than 47 years, making him the longest serving legislator in the country’s history. He was 90 when his presidential term ended in 2014, and he retired from active government service. He suffered a massive stroke in September 2016.

The movie industry's "Godfather of Gore" also died. Herschell Gordon Lewis, 86, died Monday.

He was known for his many low-budget films, many of them specializing in violence.

Lewis was also mentioned in the Medved brothers book The Golden Turkey Awards.

Besides being a filmmaker, Lewis taught college literature, worked in radio, and produced and directed TV commercials. He wrote several books on marketing and copywriting.

Many filmmakers were inspired by Lewis including John Waters, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, and James Gunn.