Daily Kos weirdness: “My daughter is in tears”

No link to Kos but you can search out the link. This is just very, very strange.

I can hardly type, can hardly put this into words! I have been writing and rewriting this because if I don’t break down in tears, I get so angry that I can’t think straight! I know that so much has already been written about this whole issue, but I am writing this diary from a very personal point of view; forgive me if I find no humor in any of this, excuse me if I take no part in celebrating the loss of sponsorship for that pig’s radio program. You see, my 16 year old daughter came home from school on Friday in tears and has been in a state of utter despair since. She was told, in no uncertain terms, that she is a slut, a prostitute, a horny piece of trash that is out to sleep with every guy in school! The horrid little monsters who started harassing my daughter had the audacity to tell her their mothers were the ones who labeled her with these despicable opinions- they were just “telling it like it is, you know, like that guy on the radio! The one who isn’t afraid to tell the truth!” Who does this?! How does Rush Limbaugh or anyone else have the right to do this, to say these things about anyone?

I don’t even know what to say. I am virtually certain this is a work of fiction. I mean, this sort of thing doesn’t happen in the real world, right? Are there 16 year old kids who listen to or care what rush says? Are any of these nerds anywhere harassing girls for birth control use based on comments made by Rush Limbaugh regarding a third party? This is right out of some extra dimensional Twilight Zone fantasy. It is virtually certain that it is just bad fiction to exploit and garner sympathy for Limbaugh’s ham-handed comments, right? It is just so weird.

In the remote possibility it is true, the harassment level must be off the charts in that school. If something as obscure as a comment by Limbaugh results in harassment to the point of tears, what must be the effect of more traditional teenage angst? My God! What if she uses the wrong mascara, listens to the wrong band or – God forbid – is seen even for a minute with the wrong crowd? I mean, if political commentary from a conservative AM radio talking head results in her being harassed for birth control use of which no one should even be aware, what must be the effect of traditional sources of harassment?

But I am sure it is the former. Nothing described above actually happened in any real world. It is embarrassingly bad fiction created for political purposes.

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16 Responses to Daily Kos weirdness: “My daughter is in tears”

  1. MadBrad says:

    Of course it is a work of fiction.

    Horny pieces of trash in High School are very popular, having little to cry about socially ESPECIALLY if their Mother is the kind of first class whore who takes an active role in promoting slutty activity on behalf of her Daughter.

  2. MadBrad says:

    Ahhh, but sometimes tears are appropriate for a first class Whore of a Mother who promoted sluttiness through her Daughter…


  3. MadBrad says:

    Here’s another story about how a Mother who will spend the rest of her life crying about the sexual promiscuity she spent lots of money to help enable her Daughter to engage in…


  4. MadBrad says:

    More to cry about in the form of fallout from the efforts of President Clinton to redefine what Sex is…


  5. MadBrad says:

    Of course there are SOME Mothers who only cry when they get arrested for selling their Daughters into the sex industry, such as the piece of shit featured in the story that follows…


  6. MadBrad says:

    But for GODS SAKE let’s NOT have a President who actually talks about these issues from a Christian perspective.


  7. MadBrad says:

    President Obama thinks the parents of a self-described Sex Activist attending school at a Catholic University should be proud of her…

  8. MadBrad says:

    It might seem strange how there were no tears nor apologies after a walking turd named Bill Maher had some remarks to make about the Palin family…

    Hat Tip to the Laura Ingraham Show.

  9. Abilene says:

    A real head scratcher here. I’m trying understand how Rush identifying an entitlement whore and 30 year-old shill for the DNC has anything to do with a school kid’s reputation. Having witnessed something like this when I was in school, I’m confident that the girl didn’t just bring on the verbal bullying without having given them a reason — there’s usually a reason. For crying out loud, lady, that’s really a stretch to blame Rush for your daughter’s reputation. You lefties who reap what you sow need to get yourselves grounded in reality.

  10. R.D. Walker says:

    In my opinion, there are only two factors at play here: 1)The government should not dictate to private institutions what sort of health-care coverage they must provide, and 2) The government should not force a religious institution to violate its conscience.

    Rush clouded the hell out of the issue when he called this Fluke woman a slut and a prostitute. That this would be positioned as sexual matter by the left was obvious from the start. Rush walked right into an ambush and, sadly, it was an obvious ambush. He should have seen it coming.

  11. MadBrad says:

    Then there is Bill Bennett this morning saying essentially that we have lost the discussion and may not get it back.

    Really? REALLY?

    This hasn’t changed the opinions of either side of this discussion and in fact there is nothing that will.

  12. Bman says:

    Remember when Ed Schlitz called some Fox news journalist a slut?

    It’s a beautiful day here btw…

  13. MadBrad says:

    That was Laura Ingraham he called a Slut and he did it twice in the same oral bowel movement.

  14. Jim22 says:

    “…my 16 year old daughter came home from school on Friday in tears and has been in a state of utter despair since. She was told, in no uncertain terms, that she is a slut, a prostitute, a horny piece of trash that is out to sleep with every guy in school!”

    Anyone ask if it’s true? This sounds like a modern parent who is more worried about her child’s tender feelings than whether there is any truth to the allegations.

    As for Limbaugh, he made a big mistake. He forgot that the story is about religious freedom. He got carried away with the media’s line that it was about contraception. He doesn’t make mistakes like that often but he did this time.