Over at Kate McMillan's Delisle White Supremacist and Nazi Memorabilia Bar and Grill, guest blogger "The Greek" embarrasses his species yet again:
Actually, he has a point. I mean, witness the eye-rolling disgust and barely-concealed misogynistic contempt here.
Um, whoops, wrong web page. Dontcha just hate it when that happens?
HOLD ON A MINUTE ... perhaps I'm being unfair to "The Greek." Let us more carefully consider his precise complaint, shall we?
... a mental disorder held by most left-wing men and women who feel that women are betraying their gender by exhibiting signs of conservatism. i.e. Christian, family oriented, Republican, NRA member, pro-life
So The Greek's whine is that leftists are jumping all over Palin for her "conservatism?" Fortunately, this is a trivially easy bit of idiocy to refute, since one can provide numerous reasons to intensely dislike Palin that have absolutely nothing to do with her conservatism. Where to begin?
Well, there's the fact that she is a censor. I'm fairly sure that doesn't fall under The Greek's categorization, unless he curiously wants to defend censorship as an exclusively right-wing habit.
Moving on, one can despise Palin for being, well, a liar and a flip-flopper. The Greek isn't going to lay an exclusive claim on those character flaws for conservatives, is he?
And there's Palin's abuse of power, which I'm fairly sure isn't restricted to whingers. Anyway, you can see where I'm going with this, all of which allows us to conclude two fairly obvious points: 1) You can really, really dislike Sarah Palin for lots of reasons having nothing to do with her conservatism, and 2) the Greek is a total, fucking idiot.
But I'm guessing you already knew both of those things already.
APPARENTLY, The Greek was waiting near the fax machine when they sent out the right-wing talking points:
McCain: Only sexists don't like Sarah Palin
Exactly ... there can be no reason other than despicable misogyny to thoroughly dislike Sarah Palin. Sort of like, only racists don't like Barack Obama. Is that how it works, Greek? No? How ... curious.