Thursday, April 03, 2008

Maureen Dowd Goes Bigot

Today is Wednesday, 2 April 2008.

In her column of this date, Ms. Maureen Dowd, editorial columnist for The New York Times, outshines herself.

(But even the coded reference of the sun and stars can be decoded, or what’s an NSA for?)

Here’s the ref to the full truckload of crap:

Best excerpts (Pulitzer, anyone?):

“His [Obama’s] strenuous and inadvertently hilarious efforts to woo working-class folk in Pennsylvania have only made him seem more effete.”

Do you hear what I hear?” (Interestingly, this song was written in October 1962 during the “Cuban” Missile Crisis (lyrics by Noel Regney and music by Gloria Shayne Baker) as a plea for peace.)

I’m reminded of Spiro Agnew, speaking in Houston, Texas in May 1970: “ … an effete corps of impudent snobs who characterize themselves as intellectuals …”.

“Woo” and “effete”. Mayhap Ms. Dowd might have employed more subtlety: “prancing”, “mincing”, “queer”, “faggot”, and “nancy boy” come to mind.

Ms. Dowd ends her column: “Hillary’s work is done only when she is done, because the best way for Obama to prove he’s ready to stare down Ahmadinejad [the moral equivalent of staring down a particularly belligerent fruit or vegetable] is by putting away someone even tougher.”

O, those “tough”, “masculine” bitches.

Ms. Dowd: have the decency, dignity, courage, and honesty to say: Hillary is a “bull dyke”.

A most curious and scurrilous column penned by Ms. Dowd. Is it more about hating homosexuals or females?

Or is it a tie, as in “necktie party”, or lynching?

Ms. Dowd has hoist herself on her own petard.


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