Look, ladies, don't blame me, it's all the fault of The American Spectator in general and Mr. George Neumayr in particular. Well, "to tell truth and shame the devil", I suppose it was really the fault of that fairground huckster, Donald Trump, who was the first to invoke the notion of "nasty women" - who could he have been referring to? Anyway, that was enough to enrage Elizabeth 'Fauxcahontas' Warren, the Senator for Massachusetts.
She, you will recall, is the lying liar the ambitious lady who claimed Red Indian heritage in order to help her get into university - yeeeeeees, quite! She picked up on Trump's inane remark and in full support of Mrs. Hillary Clinton, one of the very nicest most honourable ladies you could ever wish to avoid on a dark night, she said this:
Get this Donald: Nasty women are tough, nasty women are smart and nasty women vote. And on November 8th, we nasty women are gonna march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.
Fair enough, you might think but she went on to say this:
Donald Trump aggressively disrespects more than half the human beings in this country. He thinks that because he has money, that he can call women fat pigs and bimbos,” she said. “He thinks that because he is a celebrity that he can rate women’s bodies from one to 10. He thinks that because he has a mouth full of Tic-Tacs, he can force himself on any women within groping distance. Well I’ve got news for you, Donald Trump. Women have had it with guys like you. And nasty women have really had it with guys like you.
Again, more than fair, one feels, but then Mr. Neumayr, who is definitely 'a very naughty boy', reminds us of some earlier words 'Big Chief' Warren once said of another man:
[He] changed my life,” she said during her Senate race. “He changed how I understood what it is that a public servant does. I think of him in this race every single day, and I come to this convention and think about him every single hour.”
She then gushed on
When I sit at my desk, sometimes when I’m waiting to speak or to vote, I open the drawer and run my thumb across his name. It reminds me of the high expectations of the people of Massachusetts, and I try, every day, to live up to the legacy he left behind.
Crikey! Who was this 'saint amongst men' who reduced 'Big Chief' Warren to such tremulous paroxysms of love and admiration? Why, none other than, er, well, Teddy Kennedy, actually! You remember, the man who almost out-shagged his two brothers and would have done so if only he could have stopped his boozing which, of course, eventually led to the death of one of his girlfriends whom he drove into a river and then left her to her fate. That's the man who stole the gushing admiration of Elizabeth 'Fauxcahontas' Warren.
Mind you, all this was said in loving and fierce support for her new best friend - yeeeees, quite! - the 'virtuous' Hillary Clinton. As naughty Mr. Neumayr reminds us:
On Warren’s list of what “nasty women” do, she forgot to mention their willingness to shill for a candidate who takes money from Islamic countries that kill and maim women, a feminist who supports sex-selection abortion, a champion of the disabled who defends partial-birth abortions aimed at them, and a fiercely “independent” woman who relies on deep-pocketed male cronies to save her from prosecution.
Suddenly, you know, 'The Donald' doesn't sound too bad after all!