The little woman

The Donald

The Donald

We’re at high tide for Miss-ogyny in America and the poster child surfing this wave of sexist intolerance is “the Donald.”

Mr. Donald Trump is proud of the fact that he’s called women “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals” and he admits that this abuse goes “well beyond” his slander slap fight with Rosie O’Donnell.

Confronted with his sexist locker room remarks about a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice by Fox Correspondent Megyn Kelly during last week’s presidential debate, the Donald said, “I think the big problem this country has is being politically correct.”

Yeah, what’s this “correctness” thing? Are you supposed to respect women? Who knew? As Governor Christy might say, “forgeddaboudid.”

The Donald said, “I don’t frankly have time for political correctness.”

Donald is, by his own words, all about “hav[ing] a good time.”

As for Ms. Kelly who asked the question, the Donald said, “And honestly Megyn, if you don’t like it, I’m sorry. I’ve been very nice to you, although I could probably maybe not be …”

“The Donald” then twitted the night away not being very nice to the correspondent including the remark– “I thought Megyn [Kelly] behaved very badly.”

The bullying woman-bashing Donald makes himself out to be the victim because Ms. Kelly “outed” what a pig the Donald truly is. Now that’s chutzpah.

But this is not just about “the Donald.” The dog whistle war waged by Republicans against women was never for the Donald. He puts it right out there, unabashedly, and, when he did last Thursday night, somewhere in America a guy sitting in a lounge chair, a tall beer at hand, dropped his half eaten bag of Doritos, and arm pumped a cheer, for the Donald for saying it “like it is” – that “this country doesn’t have time” to be politically correct, and certainly not about women.

Not one of these so-called gentleman” on the dais, each hungry to lead the nation and the free world, disassociated himself from Trump’s attack before 23 Million viewers.

It’s because the Donald said what they all believe. They just won’t say it so plainly in the unvarnished way the Donald does.

When Governor Walker was asked by Ms. Kelly, “Would you really let a mother die rather than have an abortion” even though 83% of America favors a life exception for abortion. He didn’t hesitate. He chose the unborn fetus over the life of the endangered woman.

The men in America who make such a minor, momentary, too often unintended contribution to the birth of any child, are the loudest, most offensive advocates for “the breeding nation,” no matter what the woman wants or common sense dictates.

In this array of testosterone rich pols last Thursday, each trying to out-do the other, in putting down women, former Governor Huckabee leaped forward.

That necessary drop of creative fluid that man contributes is so sacred to Governor Huckabee that, he believes, once an ovum is fecundated, in that instant, that holy moment for Huckabee, it’s “a person.”

Last Thursday Huckabee told us that “the Supreme Court is not the supreme being …”

Huckabee doesn’t believe we have to listen to the Supreme Court when it’s about a woman’s right of privacy because the Court is not a “supreme being.”

Across this nation, women have also enlisted in this perverse war against their own sex. We have a local Congresswoman who demanded compulsory transvaginal ultrasounds to discourage women from having legal abortions

The modern woman is not “the little woman,” and, quite unlike the Bob Dylan ballad, she does not break like a little girl. But she will break the man or woman that denies her dignity, her right to equality and her right to be let alone. Ask Megyn Kelly!