Posted on | January 11, 2013 | 16 Comments
“You really — knowing me and seeing me work around here for five years — you want to call me a chauvinist on television?” Scarborough asked, with Brzezinski replying that she wasn’t calling him that.
“I said the way you’re acting is chauvinistic,” she responded, “especially the way you were handling this conversation. It’s not funny.”
“Do I act like a chauvinist in Congress, the way I ran my office there, the way run my office here? I am a chauvinist?” Scarborough repeatedly pressed, as they argued and talked over each other. . . .
“You can’t throw around attacks like that,” he said, “because you’re embarrassed about what Barack Obama’s doing.”
You know how to win that game? Don’t play it. That is to say, why even bother trying to jump through their feminist hoops? It only proves that they have authority to boss you around. If some woman ever called me “chauvinistic”? Hey, how nice of you to notice, sweetheart.
Now run along and get me a cup of coffee. Cream only.