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Monday, May 14, 2012

Take a Pill, Sweetheart

I've paid absolutely no attention to Mitt Romney's wife and know little about her life story.  But maybe I should be watching her.  If what has this liberal idiot's thong in a bunch is even half-way true:
MSNBC Guest Calls Ann Romney 'Insufferable', Her Mother's Day Op-Ed 'Creepy'
By Mark Finkelstein, NewsBusters

Snark on, Michelle! On the MSNBC show "Up With Chris Hayes" this morning, feminist author Michelle Goldberg attacked Ann Romney as "insufferable" and derided a phrase in Ann's op-ed on the subject of motherhood as "creepy."

Goldberg's "insufferable" shot drew approving laughter from the all-feminist panel. And surely the attacks on the Romneys for their traditional family values will play well with a certain segment of the electorate. The problem for President Obama: that segment is one that is already almost entirely in his camp. But these sort of mean-spirited attacks are likely to alienate the very voters in the middle that PBO needs to persuade.

MICHELLE GOLDBERG: "I wonder: I mean, it can't only be me that maybe inititally saw Ann Romney as maybe a sympathetic or neutral figure but who is increasingly seeing her as someone who is kind of insufferable because of the way she's milking this thing. And, you know, in a lot of ways the op-ed was totally anodyne, right? You know, yes, motherhood is beautiful. I find that phrase, "the crown of motherhood" really kind of creepy. Not just because of its, like, somewhat, you know, I mean it's kind of usually really authoritarian societies that give out, like, the Cross of Motherhood." [link]
Feminists, for their own reasons, hate motherhood.

So when Ann Romney writes about mothers on Mother's Day the irascible and über-sensitive lefties go completely nuts.

I don't get it.

Maybe these feminists need men in their lives to give them that sense of self-worth.