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‘Corrupt Democrat,’ ‘Obnoxious Feminist’ and Other Phrases to Avoid as Redundant

Posted on | February 15, 2013 | 13 Comments

In all honesty, when you hear the word “feminist,” does anyone think of adjectives like pleasant, cheerful, successful and attractive?

No, of course not. You think of adjectives like strident, angry, bitter and ugly. Also, quite often, ridiculous — as illustrated by the deranged mob of strident, angry, bitter, ugly women who showed up for a “One Billion Rising” Valentine’s Day demonstration in San Francisco.

By the same token, anyone who thinks that “honest” and “Democrat” ever belong together in the same sentence is probably suffering from some form of mental illness, and speaking of the mentally ill: Jesse Jackson Jr. will reportedly plead guilty to federal corruption charges.



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  • M. Thompson

    I don’t need to have a bunch of badly dancing harpies telling me that crimes against a person are bad; that is a given from any decent sort of law.

  • MrPaulRevere

    It appears he’s going to drop a dime on his wife. Jesse Sr. must be so proud.

  • jsn2

    That word, Feminist, makes me think of hairy armpits, furry legs and free range, saggy breasts. I’ll stop there.

  • richard mcenroe

    OMG I’m a feminist.

  • Bob Belvedere

    Actually, I think he really is.

  • Bob Belvedere

    Depends on how they sag.

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  • Adjoran

    No way. Jesse Sr. never worked a day in his life, got rich using what can best be described as extortion, and was never seriously investigated for it.

    Jr. was in Chicago and DC with a license to steal. ALL he had to do was be just a little cool about it.

    And $40,000 Rolex watches aren’t “being cool.”

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