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And then there are days …

story.jpgWhen I’d like to vote for Hillary Clinton just to spite all that ultraconservative assbag juice (the nectar of choice for the religious right). And today, after Rush Limbaugh made this statement, I’m ready to not only vote for Hillary, but split Rush Limbaugh’s head open with the ballot:

“You have to understand the mindset of a lot of these feminists and women…These women have paid their dues. They’ve been married two or three times; they’ve had two or three abortions; they’ve done everything that feminism asked them to do. They have cut men out of their lives; they have devoted themselves to causes and careers. And this — the candidacy of Hillary Clinton — is the culmination of all of these women’s efforts.”

Oh, really? Hasn’t Limbaugh been married three times? Why yes! Yes he has. And he’s a former drug addict. Hmmm … I guess, by his own logic, the eventual candidacy of Pete Doherty will be the culmination of all his efforts.

What a fucktard.

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Being a feminist means I have to have 2 or 3 abortions, and been married 2 or 3 times? Shit! I need to get busy!

I require every woman to have five abortions before I consider her a real feminist.

Ya, I'm gonna have to divorce my husband, abort his baby and really get on a roll with this. Here I thought I allready had my feminist street cred. Guess not.

Hey, we should write Limbaugh and see if he has any other good pointers on how we can ...culminate as feminist woman. Fantastic.

So... my dad considers himself a feminist. He taught me and my sisters that we women were equal to men (and in some cases superior). Does that mean he's supposed to start having abortions and getting divorced and remarried at the age of 70?

Wow. Like three elle and others said, us feminists better catch the hell up. No abortions and one marriage (which I haven't yet kicked to the curb)...and I'm on the scary end of 35!

Does this mean I'm fem-lite?

Thank God there's Rush to remind me what all us womens are really like--to the last vulva--and set me straight.

It's okay, ladies. I've had over forty-three abortions. I believe in birth control by dry-cleaning. So you're covered. It's all about the averages.