Palin Envy, a freudian diagnosis for our cojones-challenged GOP establishment?
"I'm interested in the gratuitous disparagement of men whose looks and personal style fail to track the masculine stereotype," Ann Althouse (above) took Rush Limbaugh to task this morning over his sissy-laced rant about Wikileaker Julian Assange: "I like Rush Limbaugh and have defended him many times, in front of people who tend to hate you if you say anything good about him, so I think my opinion on the subject has special weight … And let me invite Rush to … diavlog with me about the so-called chickification problems that plague our world today." Video here.
By Sissy Willis of sisu
"Loved this that you told the Big Guy," we wrote in the comments of Althouse's incandescent, must-experience video-post "Here I am listening — for the first time — to Rush Limbaugh talking about me":
"To say men are like women when they're being cowardly and weak. I don't like it … Also, some chickification is a good thing. Women have a lot to offer. Think about it."
Exactly. As we wrote a few months back about the so-called feminization of our culture:
It isn't "feminization" at all, but, rather, postmodern, identity-politics "feminism" — one of a cascade of unfortunate byproducts of the Gramscian march through the institutions — that has given us an increasingly impotent chattering class of credulous Chris Matthewses of both sexes …
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