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2013-09-19 12:34:48 PM
I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.
 
2013-09-19 12:37:40 PM
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2013-09-19 12:39:17 PM
Oh shut up.
 
2013-09-19 12:52:09 PM
Get back in the garage, asshole, and fix your wife's car.
 
2013-09-19 12:53:58 PM
It was the chicks running the show yesterday ... it is a shocking switch of roles."

Next thing you know, they'll be demanding the right to vote.
 
2013-09-19 01:03:45 PM
In the immortal words of Danny Trejo, "ladies can do stuff now".
 
2013-09-19 01:05:23 PM
Sandy Rios isnt a person in AFA management.
 
2013-09-19 01:06:07 PM

Cagey B: In the immortal words of Danny Trejo, "ladies can do stuff now".


I'm sorry, I don't speak Spanish.
 
2013-09-19 01:06:52 PM
It's the American FAMILY Association.

If it's not two red-blooded, white heterosexuals with at least 3 children and a mother who stays home to do the womanly duties, it's not a real family.
 
2013-09-19 01:12:16 PM
Yes, instead women should go back to being prostitutes who Jesus can redeem.
 
2013-09-19 01:14:25 PM
de-motivational-posters.com
 
2013-09-19 01:15:28 PM

Pocket Ninja: So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff.


well... it isn't really wrong, either.

/farking PN
 
2013-09-19 01:15:29 PM
Won't someone please think of all the pies not being made!?!!??!
 
2013-09-19 01:17:23 PM
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2013-09-19 01:17:58 PM
Well, now I'm think about pie.
 
2013-09-19 01:18:57 PM
i'm not sure headline fits the article but WTF, that never stopped anyone before.
 
2013-09-19 01:19:04 PM
gopher321: Get back in the garage, asshole, and fix your wife's car.

This needs more love.
 
2013-09-19 01:20:36 PM
I wouldn't care less if my wife was the sole bread winner, in fact I'd farking welcome it. I've stayed home before and running the house is a farking cake walk compared to my job. I get up, get the kids dressed get one on the bus while the other just toddles around the house leaving me to get everything done like dishes, laundry, and cleaning.
 
2013-09-19 01:22:04 PM

Pocket Ninja: I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.


Most women in positions of authority in the workplace decide on certain people they like and treat them well. The rest? They set hyenas on them and tell them to give the animals more intestine to chew on.
 
2013-09-19 01:22:21 PM
Huh. I think the "get back in the garage" thing has some merit and should become a meme.

I'm okay with it.
 
2013-09-19 01:23:58 PM

IdBeCrazyIf: I wouldn't care less if my wife was the sole bread winner, in fact I'd farking welcome it. I've stayed home before and running the house is a farking cake walk compared to my job. I get up, get the kids dressed get one on the bus while the other just toddles around the house leaving me to get everything done like dishes, laundry, and cleaning.


What a moment. I recall that episode of I Love Lucy.
 
2013-09-19 01:24:04 PM

r1niceboy: Pocket Ninja: I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.

Most women in positions of authority in the workplace decide on certain people they like and treat them well. The rest? They set hyenas on them and tell them to give the animals more intestine to chew on.


So they're just like the male managers?
 
2013-09-19 01:24:14 PM

Pocket Ninja: I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.


You sir...are a god.

Also, would it have hurt if they had sent wrapped Donald Wildmon's body with Bin Laden's corpse to let them swim with the sharks?
 
2013-09-19 01:24:33 PM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Cagey B: In the immortal words of Danny Trejo, "ladies can do stuff now".

I'm sorry, I don't speak Spanish.


That, made me laugh out loud for real.
 
2013-09-19 01:24:56 PM
Out of context anything said can sound ridiculous. Without hearing the entire conversation and what context those two short clips where in reference to, it's completely pointless to comment on them.

I'm not really a fan of most of these conservative talk shows, but it always amazes me how these liberals take some 30 second snippet out of a 3 or 4 hour shows and try to get people outraged about it. The sadder part is, it usually works. People get all worked up about something said without ever stopping to ask what context the the comment was made in.
 
2013-09-19 01:25:59 PM

Shakin_Haitian: r1niceboy: Pocket Ninja: I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.

Most women in positions of authority in the workplace decide on certain people they like and treat them well. The rest? They set hyenas on them and tell them to give the animals more intestine to chew on.

So they're just like the male managers?


You can't use PMS as an excuse as to why the male boss is an asshole. Small penis is the preferred narrative.
 
2013-09-19 01:27:58 PM
Men are bigger and stronger than women. Women are more nurturing than men. That's just the way it is.

I'm not sure why that's a bad thing. People label that as stereotypes. First off, no it's nature. Second off, stereotypes exist for a reason.

This world, man. Just so far off the beaten path it's not even amusing anymore. Getting mad at the way things naturally were forever, and then blaming an entire gender for suppsedly creating it.
 
2013-09-19 01:28:19 PM
I'm appalled that the AFA allows Sandy Rios to comment on their behalf.

I mean, a woman and an illegal?  Come on!
 
2013-09-19 01:30:54 PM

gopher321: Get back in the garage, asshole, and fix your wife's car.


Sandy Rios is a woman.
 
2013-09-19 01:33:03 PM

ReapTheChaos: Out of context anything said can sound ridiculous. Without hearing the entire conversation and what context those two short clips where in reference to, it's completely pointless to comment on them.

I'm not really a fan of most of these conservative talk shows, but it always amazes me how these liberals take some 30 second snippet out of a 3 or 4 hour shows and try to get people outraged about it. The sadder part is, it usually works. People get all worked up about something said without ever stopping to ask what context the the comment was made in.


My neighbor's dad was doing some home repair for her and had Rush Limbaugh blasting for a week or so. The substance of those thirty second clips is all the substance in the entire show. They're definitely not out of context. They are the context.
 
2013-09-19 01:34:36 PM
Sandy Rios annoyed me ever since I saw her on Bill Maher years ago.
 
2013-09-19 01:35:07 PM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Cagey B: In the immortal words of Danny Trejo, "ladies can do stuff now".

I'm sorry, I don't speak Spanish.


Lesson 1: "Rios" is Spanish for "Vagina"
 
2013-09-19 01:35:28 PM
A married couple I know are happy that the wife stayed home from the beginning of the marriage.  Her children are happy too. 

He was stressed from working 16 hour days to provide, but it all worked out with him waking up at 10 am now.  Sometimes noon. It depends on how close or how far the dealerships that he, a consultant, chooses his own hours on are located.
 
2013-09-19 01:36:33 PM

cwolf20: A married couple I know are happy that the wife stayed home from the beginning of the marriage.  Her children are happy too.

He was stressed from working 16 hour days to provide, but it all worked out with him waking up at 10 am now.  Sometimes noon. It depends on how close or how far the dealerships that he, a consultant, chooses his own hours on are located.


"But idiot, this sounds like a commercial" Sue me.  It's how it typed out.
 
2013-09-19 01:37:25 PM
Corporate boards that are made up of equal numbers of women and men tend to perform better than all-male boards, by about 2-3% annually.  All-male boards get locked into turf wars and men get too vested in their positions.
 
2013-09-19 01:37:25 PM
It is absolutely baffling the amount of importance conservatives put on the fictional benefits of an imaginary 1950's "Father Knows Best" kind of world.
 
2013-09-19 01:38:08 PM
Okay, I'll give up my job so who wants to support me in the style to which I've become accustomed?

...

That's what I thought.
 
2013-09-19 01:38:20 PM
ReapTheChaosOut of context anything said can sound ridiculous. Without hearing the entire conversation and what context those two short clips where in reference to, it's completely pointless to comment on them.

I'm not really a fan of most of these conservative talk shows, but it always amazes me how these liberals take some 30 second snippet out of a 3 or 4 hour shows and try to get people outraged about it. The sadder part is, it usually works. People get all worked up about something said without ever stopping to ask what context the the comment was made in.


Except that this was published to a conservative website.

Meanwhile, it's okay for this witch to have a radio show and express her opinions but women in charge or in higher positions? Hell with that - can't trust those women.
 
2013-09-19 01:39:41 PM
So that's it then?  I guess we're not doing "Love it or leave it" anymore?
 
2013-09-19 01:39:41 PM

ReapTheChaos: Out of context anything said can sound ridiculous. Without hearing the entire conversation and what context those two short clips where in reference to, it's completely pointless to comment on them.

I'm not really a fan of most of these conservative talk shows, but it always amazes me how these liberals take some 30 second snippet out of a 3 or 4 hour shows and try to get people outraged about it. The sadder part is, it usually works. People get all worked up about something said without ever stopping to ask what context the the comment was made in.


As someone who grew up getting stuck listening to Rush and Lars Larson while working at his uncle's gunsmith shop, I can say with absolute authority that there has never been a clip of Rush taken out-of-context.  It always sounds exactly as bad as he intended, regardless of how you snip the audio.
 
2013-09-19 01:41:22 PM

r1niceboy: Pocket Ninja: I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.

Most women in positions of authority in the workplace decide on certain people they like and treat them well. The rest? They set hyenas on them and tell them to give the animals more intestine to chew on.


Actually you couldn't be more wrong according to almost every single managerial study done on Gender and Sex.

Here's one article for you to read and start your education process concerning the issue you think you know so much about!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-business/9957262/Women-make- be tter-bosses-than-men.html
 
2013-09-19 01:44:23 PM
Wut
 
2013-09-19 01:47:40 PM
This wouldn't have to happen if you little sluts would listen to your fathers and not marry some deadbeat who plays drums.
 
2013-09-19 01:47:59 PM
It looks like the North Carolina and Oklahoma legislatures were onto something with their Sharia law prohibitions. It's even creeping into the AFA.
 
2013-09-19 01:49:20 PM
Oops.  I looked at the URL but not well - that'll teach me to try to post and work at the same time.  Not a conservative website.

Context or no, those are some rather awful quotes.  I can't see anything preceding or following that would mitigate those statements.
 
2013-09-19 01:53:03 PM
Does "online porn actress" count as a job?
 
2013-09-19 01:53:53 PM

Two16: gopher321: Get back in the garage, asshole, and fix your wife's car.

This needs more love.


Get back in the garage, asshole, and fix your wife's car, or I'll kick you in the balls.
 
2013-09-19 01:54:07 PM

Pocket Ninja: I listened to the first clip, and it appears as though she'd been in the process of making some sort of mocking point about the grief counseling services that had been set up before segueing into her observations about how everyone in charge (except the mayor) was a woman. So I guess her larger point is that having a bunch of women running the show means we have to waste a lot of time worried about "feelings" and "grief" and "victim services" and crap like that rather than manly leadership stuff. Maybe Cathy Lanier should have come out in a trenchcoat with a shotgun over each shoulder and a cigar dangling from the corner of her mouth. Can't talk to you reporter folk now, she'd growl, then spit her cigar to the ground. Got killin' to do. I, for one, would have found that inspiring, so perhaps this woman has a point.


I agree.... she is a coont.
 
2013-09-19 01:56:02 PM

ReapTheChaos: Out of context anything said can sound ridiculous. Without hearing the entire conversation and what context those two short clips where in reference to, it's completely pointless to comment on them.

I'm not really a fan of most of these conservative talk shows, but it always amazes me how these liberals take some 30 second snippet out of a 3 or 4 hour shows and try to get people outraged about it. The sadder part is, it usually works. People get all worked up about something said without ever stopping to ask what context the the comment was made in.


Just like the bible right? Right?
 
2013-09-19 01:56:18 PM
 
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