Praise not!

Obama’s in trouble for saying a woman is good-looking. You can’t say that these days, and I’m shocked that he didn’t remember.

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Ugly!

Political Correctness 101, the basic course taught by manly women in grim cells around the nation, addresses this point on Page 1 of its primer. Women are never pretty.

The victim in question, Kamala Harris, the attorney general of California, is quite a plum, but I can say that.

Obama cannot.

It was a public event, and nervous laughter ensued. The audience, consisting mostly of multicultural Marxists and diversity nuts (i.e. Obama people), well knew that you cannot compliment a woman’s nice appearance.

Obama has apologized, but the damage is done. Saying a woman is attractive is an insult you can never take back.

That the president, a PC prince if there ever was one, committed this faux pas is disturbing. Has his power gone to his head? Is his inner man awakening? Will he be caught in the Lincoln Bedroom with someone other than Lincoln?

And other than Michelle?

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(Note 1: You can read the sorry details here.)

(Note 2: That’s Kamala Harris in the photo, of course. Interestingly, she’s biracial like Obama, which is probably why he lost his mind.)

14 thoughts on “Praise not!”

  1. Giving a beautiful women a compliment gets him into trouble, not the lies, not the socialism, not the out-of-control spending, not the trashing of our constitution. Truly amazing.

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  2. I wonder how they would have spun this if Bush had done it.

    How many more years before they stop blaming Bush for all our problems. Not that he was stellar genius. I kinda wish we could have had Clinton back, and that is saying something.

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  3. I cannot figure out the process where women spend thousands of dollars (or pesos) buying beauty products, take hours to apply them and then become offended if we take notice of the results.

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    1. Or is it that the entire process is designed more to create silent jealousy from other women rather than seeking the obviously unwanted notice of men.

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      1. Or is it that it is not the woman who is noticed and recognized but all the other women who are objecting because it was not them who was recognized. That seems to be the case here where the subject of his praise is not the one objecting.

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  4. Mating rituals vary from culture to culture, but in Europe, Canada and the good old USA, political correctness takes precedence, especially for presidents and prime ministers, with the exception of Silvio Berlusconi of Italy. He’s like Mayor Bloomberg, only with an overactive libido.

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      1. Berlusconi was given a year in prison last month in a wiretap case, but just like last time, will almost definitely not end up behind bars because of the Italian appeal process.

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  5. He should be made to attend one of those 4 hour sexual harassment in-services that corporate and government employees have to endure. Shame on him for being such a sexist!

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