Double-standards continue to fill the Lib agenda today after Barack Hussein Obama called a Congresswoman ‘cute’ and there was no following outrage from NOW or any feminist group.
As reported by CNSnews.com, conservative women are balking after the liberal media and radical liberal feminist groups failed to get angry with President Barack Obama using terms such as ‘cute’ to describe Representative Debbie Wasserman Shultz, the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee.
Feminist women love to stamp around in big, black boots with spikes and shove spiky rhetoric about women’s rights and inequality down the gullets of America, claiming that conservative Men of Morality are somehow abridging their rights when they already have every right men have and more. Women like Susan B. Anthony started this annoying trend and her goosestepping daughters who thumb their noses at their responsibility to make a comfortable home of good meals and kids tucked in on time, then acting shocked when the rates of divorce and teenage violence increase, are surely keeping this trend alive. But somehow, they just aren’t fired up when a Democrat is caught calling a Congresswoman ‘cute’ and kissing her on the cheek.
Where is that crazed, squawking feminist passion, womyn? Why are these lib fems not wildly flapping and pecking all around like a disheveled chicken in a cat’s heat?
Would a good, Christian Republican President get away with playing tonsil hockey with a staunch feminist and chairperson of the DNC?
Look at that kiss. MSNBC and every other liberal soap box pundit would be calling for the resignation of President Bush or Reagan for such things. But it’s Obama, so he gets a free pass?
From CNSnews.com’s interviews with the power feminists:
NOW President Terry O’Neill, says spokeswoman Latoya Veal, did not have time to comment on the matter.
“Of all people who ought to be offended at President Obama’s statement it should be an ardent feminist like Wasserman-Schultz,” Wright told CNSNews.com. “Isn’t objectifying women by their looks a mortal sin among feminists?”
Obama recognized Wasserman Schultz while speaking Monday at a Democratic National Committee fundraising event held in a private home in Miami, part of the chairwoman’s congressional district.
“To Debbie Wasserman Schultz, thank you for letting me in your district,” the president said. “If you’re in the foxhole, you want Debbie alongside you, because not only is she charming and has that dazzling smile, but she’s tough as nails. And that’s what’s needed during challenging times.”
At another fundraiser that day at the Adrienne Arsht Center, Obama drew attention to what he called Wasserman Schultz’s “cute smile.”
That cute smile. Is Obama enamored with her looks or her politics? Look at this one:
“What do you guys think of our new DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz?” the president asked the audience. “We are so thrilled to have her. You want Debbie on your side. She’s a mom, she’s got that cute smile and all that, but she is tough. Don’t mess with Debbie. We are so glad of her leadership.”
Sure, it can be argued that Obama’s remarks are meant to be complimentary, but isn’t it so common for the Democrats to have double standards like this?
Obama refers to this woman as ‘cute’ and yet there is no outraged. I’m outraged. You are outraged! So why are the liberal feminists refusing to be outraged on this one?
Though Obama’s remarks were meant to be complimentary, feminists, the media and Democrats would have reacted differently if a conservative politician had said this, said Charlotte Hayes, a senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum.
“If a conservative had said this, they might have gone quite crazy,” Hayes told CNSNews.com. “The Democrats might have gone quite crazy and tried to have his head on a platter. I guess Democrats could get really mad because you say a woman has a charming smile.
“I’m not one of those people who gets mad if you said I have a charming smile. I would be flattered. For President Obama, if you’re on his side of the aisle, from a Democratic point of view, he probably shouldn’t have said that,” Hayes added.
Hayes then went on to say she even finds Obama’s words “chivalrous”. So where does it end?
Oh, Hi, Congresswoman. You sure have a great smile! (Chivalrous)
Hey, Representative Tight-Rompus, your name sure fits girl. (Chivalrous)
Let ol’ President Poppa Skittles shoot you off a bit of a rainbow Congressional girl, you make the storm worth the wait (Chivalrous)
If we really want the Presidency to represent a barrage of nasty 70s pick-up lines, let’s just let the feminists have their way. If we let the President call women cute and not get outraged, then that’s where it will lead. Sure, it will end when a Republican takes office because every liberal will cry and make a big deal about it, but we see the double standard here. It’s frustrating.
CNSnews.com quoted more feminists, not getting upset over this:
“I think any time somebody says you have a charming smile, it’s great. If they follow it up by saying you are tough as nails, I can’t imagine a nicer compliment,” Hayes said. “You have to understand. I’m not a radical feminist. What I would be upset about is saying this is the toughest time in the world to be president.
“Gee, I’m not so sure about that. Then he talks about how he still wants high-speed rail, better known as high speed to debt. I think the fact that he called Debbie Wasserman Schultz charming or said she had a charming smile is the least of our worries”.
Radical feminist Alyssa Cardova, lecture director for the Claire Boothe Luce Public Policy Institute had a quote that is halfway right:
“I think it’s wonderful for women to embrace their femininity and be appreciated for beauty and a dazzling smile,” Cardova told CNSNews.com. “However, radical feminism and extreme political correctness have made this taboo. President Obama’s comments don’t bother me, but what is disturbing is the double standard that exists in the way the media treat liberals and conservatives.
“I know many conservative men who would never dream of commenting on or complimenting a female colleague’s appearance for fear of being accused of sexual harassment.” “But the media will likely not touch this issue because it involves their beloved Obama.”
Some allege Obama is trying to make Wasserman the new Sarah Palin for Democrats, a woman who is very beautiful and sumptuous, yet tough and fiery in the cutest way imaginable. She is a real fireball and should warm even the coldest Alaskan heart into it explodes in the greatest release of glory and pride. Sarah Palin, a beautiful woman of corporal morality and standards. And Obama missed the key things about Palin’s beauty.
Her smile. A smile that exudes the eternal spirit of America as a Christian nation.
And that is what we call cute, but of course, liberals will slam us for that because we are not named President Barack Hussein Obama.