If you don’t get the Peach Pundit Daily, you don’t see what makes the left wing so mad they can’t think straight, or even read. This item set them off yesterday:
“There Shall Be Candidates Going For Sure Things! Elena Parent, the “telegenic” former State Representative, will seek the Senate seat being vacated by Jason the Carter, who has abandoned the people of Decatur and North Druid Hills in his quest for golden fleece and the governorship of Georgia. Parent may find stiff competition for the nomination, as Decatur attorney Kyle Williams has already announced. Compare their similar blond-and-blue pictures for a moment, and answer the question: Will the real legislative Barbie please stand up? More importantly, where is the Democratic “diversity” we’re always hearing about? Surely there’s an African-American who can represent the good people of that district more effectively than two extras from “The Sound of Music?” “
We know, it was a rude and terrible thing to say about Barbies, and we apologize to anyone who may be shopping for one of those outdated gender role icons during this Christmas Season.
But Georgia’s WIN List, a misandrist organization “dedicated to electing and protecting Democratic women who will preserve reproductive freedom in Georgia,” really got worked up and sent out a finger-wagging email saying “You should be ashamed of yourselves. To call an accomplished and experienced woman like Elena Parent a “Barbie” is the worst kind of offensive stereotype. This outrageous Neanderthal language has been used for years to put women in their “place.” But courageous, strong women like Elena Parent just ignore creepy comments like yours and keep on achieving.“
Well, we never “called” either candidate anything, but aren’t they cute when they’re mad?
Seriously though, are these women new around here? Making fun of politicians and candidates is what we do at Peach Pundit. We made just as much fun of Kyle Williams as we did of Elena Parent -IN THE SAME SENTENCE! Where’s the ringing defense of him, also described as “blond and blue?” Here’s what their entire email looked like:
No defense of Mr. Williams, no explanation for the appalling lack of diversity among Democratic candidates in the candidates in the 42nd Senate District, and no discussion at all over who could better sing the part of “Maria!” Why it’s as if they deliberately ignored all the humor in that single item, and went out of their way to find something to be faux outraged about, in order to call attention to themselves and raise money. Mission Accomplished, Ladies!
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