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Madison libtalker Jon Sylvester being vile. Again.
‘Would you like to move to Wisconsin? Would you like to move CouponCabin to Wisconsin? I’m Rebecca Kleefisch. I performed fellatio on all the talk show hosts in Milwaukee. And they endorsed me and that’s how I became lieutenant governor. And then I got colon cancer and I ran around the state to help people. Even though I have government health care, screw everyone else.’
More via Michelle Malkin: yes, in fact, that was a liberal male accusing a conservative female politician of being a literal prostitute (and mocking her for being a cancer survivor). The man later admitted that his remarks might have gone a little too far*, which suggests that his host WTDY (office line 608-273-1000; Program Director Rex Charger) may be getting some heat for yet another bout of misogyny. Yes, “another:” would you be surprised to hear that there’s a history there? – You see, back in 2004 Sylvester used racist language against conservative and Republican African-Americans. And let’s not forget the rape fantasies that this guy has. That one’s from 2005, by the way. The man seems to have quite the fascination with conservative women, in fact; and not in a particularly… gentle… way, either.
You know, some day some sociologist is going to try to write a doctoral thesis on the rise of misogyny, racism, homophobia, and general bigotry among the American Left, and how it is currently carefully nurtured and channeled into more ‘constructive’ avenues – which is a polite way of saying “and how the Democratic party encourages the misogynists, racists, homophobes, and bigots to go after Republican and conservative targets.” I say “try” because there’s not a chance in creation that the unlucky doctoral student would ever survive his or her thesis defense.
Moe Lane (crosspost)
*Yeah, I know: the ruthless Darwinian process that is routinely inflicted on conservative pundits and commentators does have one silver lining; it eliminates the abjectly stupid and childishly vile would-be spokesmen for our side early in the process. Not that we couldn’t police our own if we had to; after all, we’re not Democrats.