You simply cannot parody the left. That is a fact we reiterate often on the radio program. Sometimes the lunacy that liberals spout with such self-assurance and pride is far funnier than anything a conservative could ever dream up. Case in point: the other night on the network by liberals, for liberals (MSNBC), self-proclaimed socialist Lawrence O’Donnell was railing against the Republican War on Women (and then later, the newest War liberals have accused Republicans of waging...a War on Sex...I kid you not).
And who was the great intellectual source O’Donnell turned to in justifying his argument? Oh, just the man who has done more than any man in America to objectify and demean women, turning them into pieces of meat in front of testosterone and hormone driven men – Hugh Hefner.
Just stop and think about that. How the stupidity of using a pornographer to advance your meme that Republicans don’t care about women didn’t cross Lawrence’s mind – or any of his producers minds – is all you need to know about who really has the best interest of women in mind. Here’s how it went down:
On Monday night’s “Last Word,” Lawrence O’Donnell proclaimed, “One of the field generals of the American sexual revolution of the 1960s has had enough of the Republican Party's war on sex.” To the left, one may not express a personal distaste for contraceptive culture or question the apparent right to government-provided contraceptives without being accused of despising sex.
In an editorial entitled "The War Against Sex" in the new issue of Playboy, Hugh Hefner says, "while wooing the conservative vote, these candidates revealed the ways a GOP-led government would decide with whom we can have sex and for what reasons, single or married, straight or gay."
Can MSNBC or its favorite pornographers achieve a higher level of hyperbolic nonsense? Rick Santorum never ran for president so he could decide which girl who could be his grandchild Hugh Hefner will pay for sex. It’s like none of these liberals realize the primaries are over.
But to O’Donnell, “Hefner teaches his younger readers that their sexual privacy was a recently earned right” -- as if they read the articles.
Yes, to O’Donnell, Hefner offers the “perfectly articulated” viewpoint.
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It’s always been humorous to listen to liberals talk about how they represent the best interest of women when the two most iconic abusers of the value of women that have ever held the presidency are modern Democrats (Kennedy and Clinton). But now this is a new low.
Think of the families that have been destroyed, the lives that have been forever altered for the worse, the kids that have grown up in difficult circumstances, and even the sexual violence that has been committed against women all because of the overwhelming growth of the porn industry in America. To realize those things, and to note that Hugh Hefner is one of the fathers and architects of that industry, how could ANYONE with even a shred of common sense not only cite him on their television program, but actually cite him as a credible source in hurling accusations against the conservative right is simply astounding.
It’s a world turned upside down on the left. They honor pornographers as paragons of wisdom on issues of sexuality while mocking and telling everyone to fear a guy like Santorum who is the very definition of a family man. If that doesn’t convince you to turn and flee from the left at breakneck speed, then perhaps your conscience needs a recalibration.