Ain't Condi a Woman?
Well, women, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter.
These feminists over to the left say women who haven't had babies have no business participating in public policymaking decisions. None of them ever helped lift Condi into her position as national security adviser for the United States, or took interest in her becoming the first black female secretary of state, or praised her as a role model for feminists in any Democratic place. And ain't she a woman? Look at her! Look at her! She helped protect the security of our nation after terrorists attacked our mainland on September 11; we haven't had a terrorist attack here since then. She represents the United States internationally and no male world leader doubts her legitimacy to be among them! And ain't she a woman? She works as much as any man -- or woman -- and is as independent as any of them, yet bears the lash of hypocritical partisan feminists who don't recognize her as the type of woman they would champion if only she weren't a Republican.
Then they talk about this thing in the head; what's this they call it?
< whisper from the liberal feminist audience: "intellect" >
That's it, honey. What's that got to do with women's rights or black rights or Condoleeza Rice? What's intellect got to do with public policymaking of any kind?
Obliged to you for hearing me, and now Laylalola ain't got nothing more to say.