|Recently, comedian Wayne Brady appeared on a Roseanne Barr roast and he made the following joke to another performer:
"Sarah Palin hates Jeff Ross because he reminds her of "what Trig is going to look like when he's 40."
Or how about Bill Maher, another well know liberal, making fun of Bristol Palin.
"And with all this going on, did you see what Sarah Palin said yesterday? She made a speech in Alaska and she said that the money the federal government is sending to states to help bail out, well that's not good, because that's the federal government getting in there and trying to 'control people.' Yes that's right, Sarah, it's all about the Federal Reserve making your daughter use a condom.
I guess it is okay to not only make jokes about a woman, if she is Republican, but also her children, including the one with Downe's Syndrome. How disgustingly low will the political left in America go?
Of course, Sarah Palin is not the only woman to feel the sting of the left's ugly humor. Rep Michelle Bachmann also gets hammered even though she is a woman. In July of last year David Letterman made Michelle the topic of one of his top 10 lists. Including one joke about her ass.
Isn't this a war on women? Commenting on a Congresswoman's ass and poking fun of another woman's special child? Isn't this worthy of being called a war on woman? I guess THESE women don't mind being attacked and having their bodies talked about as though they were some kind of topless stripper, or having her child made the butt of some clown's crude and ignorant joke. Where is the outrage from the left over these tasteless jokes? (insert cricket noises here) Where is the National Organization of Women to stop the attacks on television of these two women?
The way the Democrats see things - asking a woman to think twice before terminating the life of her unborn child is considered war. Mocking the very existence of that poor child once it is born is not war, but rather comedy.
Democrats have things backwards folks. They turn things upside down and all around and then try and tell us what is real and not real.
Even here in Massachusetts things are upside down and backwards. Democrats want to take back the seat of Ted Kennedy, even though he was a noted womanizer and had countless stories of his attacks on woman from around the country. Google Ted Kennedy Chris Dodd and the words "waitress sandwich' and see what comes up. Or try 'Carrie Fisher, Chris Dodd and Ted Kennedy' to see what Google brings back. Yet, Scott Brown, who has devoted his life to the 3 wonderful women in his life is somehow part of the problem.
Republicans should be able to make their argument about the war on women - it is being waged by liberals and progressives across America. I see it as the Republican's job to defend them....