“Wow, big man! Picking on a girl!”

Evidently the United States Ambassador to the United Nations and spokesperson for the Administration on the Benghazi debacle should be shielded from all criticism because, you know, you’re not supposed to pick on girls. That’s what the ladies in the House of Representatives are saying here.

A dozen female members of the House staunchly defended U.N. ambassador Susan Rice against Republican criticism over her remarks on the deadly Sept. 11 Libya attack, suggesting the GOP lawmakers’ comments were racist and sexist.

“It is a shame that anytime something goes wrong, they pick on women and minorities,” Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, the next chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, told reporters Friday at a Capitol Hill news conference.

The House women, a majority of them Africa-American, lashed out at McCain and Graham and demanded that they retract their criticism.

“To batter this woman because they don’t feel they have the ability to batter President Obama is something we the women are not going to stand by and watch,” said Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis.

Feminists evidently believe that women are qualified for big, important jobs but, unlike men, should be shielded from all criticism. You know, because they are the weaker sex… or something like that… I dunno.

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12 Responses to “Wow, big man! Picking on a girl!”

  1. notamobster says:

    Typical liberals. Every bit as qualified as any man, until you hurt their feelings. I hate these people.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    The Secretary of State is generally considered the second most powerful position in the United States government but we are to believe that the person who is being considered for that position should be shielded from criticism because she is a girl.

  3. notamobster says:

    She isn’t built for it, physically. That’s why she only has to do half-as-many ‘girl push-ups’. They just can’t handle the emotional strain, RD. You stop beinng a bully, Mr Meany-pants.

  4. fubar says:

    >>>โ€œTo batter this woman..”

    pretty extremist language, don’t you think? Criticism is now on par with physical violence. How will she handle the death threats and assasination attempts as SoS ?

  5. TN-Cat says:

    If you cant stand the heat, get back in the kitchen.

  6. notamobster says:


    Jokes I told during our police academy course on domestic violence:

    “What’s the first thing a woman does when she gets outta the battered women’s shelter? The dishes if she knows what’s good for her.”

    “How many women does it take to change a light bulb? None, let her cook in the dark.”

    “Why’d the woman cross the road? Better question – who told her she could leave the kitchen?”

    They didn’t like me.

  7. Greg B says:

    Where were these bastions of womanhood when Palin was getting brutalized?
    Worthless hunks of gristle and bone.

  8. R.D. Walker says:

    Damn, Nota. You are a pig. You know that, right?

  9. R.D. Walker says:

    C’mon Greg, a woman who must be defended from criticism from men is exactly the sort of person we want negotiating nukes with Vladimir Putin.

  10. Lai says:

    Nota, I wouldn’t have been very popular either. I think the jokes are funny.

  11. Greg B says:

    Or even more relevant did these quiffs breathe a single word when the that limp wristed
    American pi (pussy individual) actor tweeted all those filthy remarks about Mrs. Romney and
    Mrs. Ryan?

  12. notamobster says:

    Yeah, I’m a pig. Funny is funny – and those are funny. Thanks, Lai. ๐Ÿ˜‰