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If @AmandaMarcotte Made You a Sandwich, Would You Eat It?

Posted on | May 6, 2013 | 32 Comments

“I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication . . .”
Revelation 13:3-4 (KJV)

The title of the post is obviously a moot question — a far-fetched hypothetical — because Amanda Marcotte lacks any capacity for nurturing and is, in fact, quite vehemently anti-nurturing, as evidenced by her fanatical reaction to Mitt Romney’s recent speech:

What did Mitt say to provoke Marcotte’s bizarre rant? He simply gave this advice to college seniors: “If you meet someone you love, get married. Have a quiver-full of kids if you can.” But Amanda Marcotte hates babies. She is such a bloodthirsty enthusiast for abortion that one imagines that she would have paid Kermit Gosnell for the opportunity to come to his clinic and help kill babies.

Amanda Marcotte is not “pro-choice.” She is pro-death.

Did I mention that this is National Offend a Feminist Week? Many other blogs have joined in recognition of this fifth annual event:

What sane person, male or female, could admire the heartless, hateful ideology of cruelty that Amanda Marcotte represents? Over the years, I have occasionally been forced to cope with silly arguments from silly people who think there is some kind of “moderate” or “mainstream” feminism — even, God help us, “conservative feminism” — but what these people don’t understand is that feminism is what it has always been, a radical doctrine of the extreme Left.

Feminism is founded on a lie — the false promise of an impossible egalitarian utopia — and its arguments are all dishonest. Feminism is at war with nature, its theories are hostile to human happiness, and its beliefs are symptomatic of an insane detachment from reality.

Rational humans are therefore not surprised when Amanda Marcotte erupts in fits of jabbering lunacy, nor are we shocked when a college feminist makes a hoax-threat to “hatef-ck” herself.

So we invite all bloggers to join us in celebrating National Offend a Feminist Week, because these monsters deserve to be offended.

Meanwhile, say hello to a hot chick in a bikini.

You’re welcome, America.


UPDATE: Gene Hackett connects the dots:

Amanda Marcotte immediately equates having babies with hatred, and by using the eugenics comparison, with death.

An ideology founded on falsehood will inevitably produce dishonest arguments leading to insane conclusions. Feminism is like some bizarre alternative universe, where no one has normal emotions or natural impulses and where the rules of logic do not apply.



  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    An Amandawich is couple of pages of one her feminist tracks smeared with crap.

  • Adjoran

    I don’t even want someone as disturbed as she is in the same room as my food in any stage of preparation.

    Just how defective in character do you have to be to get kicked off the John Edwards campaign?

  • ChandlersGhost

    The leftist deconstruction of truth. Death=health, birth=hate. I think Amanda has been very helpful here.

  • M. Thompson

    Wait, how are “Eugenics” related to Christianity?

    I’m guessing she’s projecting.

  • Eric Ashley

    Because, um…..

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  • Anon Y. Mous

    Q:You know how you can tell this blog from Ace of Spades?

    A: The link to the hot chick in a bikini didn’t go to a picture of Helen Thomas.

  • robertstacymccain

    Thanks for that clarification.

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  • bobbymike34

    This is the insanity of the left on full display.
    A kind, generous and good hearted person, Mitt Romney, says something TOTALLY uncontroversial (to normal people that is) and this happens.
    Did we ever think saying, ‘get married have babies’ means you ACTUALLY are a misogynist eugenicist?

  • Quartermaster

    To be pro-abortion is to be pro-death. Pro-choice is simply an obfuscating euphemism.

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  • richard mcenroe

    More things Amanda Marcotte doesn’t like…

  • Rob Crawford

    ” one should be clear what Republicans are doing when they tell white people to breed more.”

    They’re telling them to have kids. What would it “mean” if they told black couples to have babies?

    (And what does Marslut think it means that so many black women are told to abort their babies? Isn’t THAT eugenics? And isn’t THAT a more horrific form of eugenics than telling people to CREATE life?)

  • Mike G.

    Appreciate the link back. I wonder if Mizz Marcotte might change her tune if she had an actual baby to take care of instead of a damn cat?

  • richard mcenroe

    And what does Marcotte thinks it means that so many black women are told to abort their babies by white women? Hint: it means exactly what it looks like.

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  • Cube

    As a cat lover, I worry about the cat.

  • Mike G.

    Not to offend cat people, but I’m a dog guy. For my money, cats belong outside chasing mice and rats out of the barn. Also, don’t most cats kind of remind one of these feminuts?

  • K-Bob

    the womb, as a drum,
    to beat and beat and beat
    and wear it down
    with overloud

    to gain a share of fleeting fame
    and grind it further into dust
    to drive a form of vacuous

  • K-Bob

    I need a title for that little bit of scrawl.

  • richard mcenroe

    Ohio Anthem?

  • K-Bob

    Hmmm. Dunno.

    it’s sort of an ode to people like Marcotte, who’ve seemingly lost all track of anything good about being female.

  • SDN

    Blogger Rachel Lucas coined a phrase, “asshole cat”, that perfectly captured this.

  • Cube

    I live with cats and enjoy other people’s dogs.

    I once had someone ask if Siamese cats were evil when I mentioned I had one. I wish i would have said, “the mice think so”.

  • Good Stuff

    Amanda Marcotte “As I’ve said before, the three biggest base-moving issues on the right all have to do with anxious masculinity: squelching reproductive rights and the female control over female bodies they represent, squelching gay rights because they subvert the tradition of sex and marriage being acts of male dominance over women, and gun nuttery, which can be summed up as wingnut fears that Democrats (feminized in their minds) are coming to take away their phallic symbols.”

    she stole the strength of my afternoon phallic symbol

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  • Deep Thought

    Back on the old Pandagon in 2007 Marcotte tried the same stupid ‘quiverfull people are aaaaaaaacists” thing. Her combox was all aflutter until I pointed out – the leaders of the Quiverfull movement are an interracial couple with (a ton of) mixed race children.