You Keep Using That Word…

June 2nd, 2008at 09:40pm Posted by Eli

I do not think it means what you think it means.

Wanker Of The Day, “feminist” Marc Rudov on The O’Reilly Factor:

O’REILLY: I believe the reason women go to see [the Sex & The City] movie… are because of the clothes, the shoes, the gossiping about men and the overall tone of dish, D-I-S-H. That’s why they go. I don’t think very many American women identify with these four.

RUDOV: Oh, come on, Bill. You have to be kidding. That’s exactly what women do, and that’s why they would see themselves in this movie. And that’s exactly why men would not go see it, because paying to hear women whine is as stupid as paying for cobwebs, because you can get them both at home for free….

(…)

I don’t tolerate this. This movie is the cinematic equivalent to ipecac. It’s Woodstock for entitled princesses.

(…)

O’REILLY: Look, most American women are not entitled princesses. They’re not.

RUDOV: Oh, yes they are, Bill.

O’REILLY: This is — no, no, no. This is an ur–

RUDOV: Oh, yes they are.

(…)

O’REILLY: You believe that most American women are as shallow as those four?

HOOVER: No, no, no.

RUDOV: I do.

Okay, Marc, I think you may be a little bit confused about the word “feminist” – it’s not like “sexist” or “racist,” you know that, right?  It actually means someone who’s pro-women, someone who believes women are the equals of men, and entitled to all the same rights, privileges and respect.

It’s an easy mistake to make, I suppose.

Entry Filed under: Media,Republicans,Sexism,Wankers


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