Democrats Working Overtime To Keep Uppity Women In Their Place

Are you a woman who does not understand her place?  Do you have your values and your own opinions?  Does anyone consider you attractive?

Well, watch out for the Democrat Party.  They’re out to destroy you.

I watched a documentary on the Soviet-era illegal biological warfare factories.  An author who visited one of the plants after it was shut down, after commenting that it was two football fields long and produced enough biological death to wipe out every human being on the planet, said, “I finally thought I understood the meaning of evil.”

I understood the meaning of evil as I watched the most unhinged, most vicious, most deranged attack of a human being I had ever seen as liberals targeted Sarah Palin, her family, and her little baby.

Sarah Palin stepped down, having successfully fought off over fifteen trumped-up ethics charge at a cost of about a million bucks to her family.  But liberals thank the God they generally despise because they still have another target to unleash their hate on: Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann.

From a Politico story titled, “For Dems, a new public enemy No. 1”:

Michele Bachmann speaks in a mic.
Ask Minnesota Democratic officials about Michele Bachmann, and they can barely contain their anger. Photo: AP

Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann is outspoken, conservative, media-friendly — and for many in the Democratic Party, a new public enemy No. 1.
Now that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is out of office, there are few Republican officials in the country Democrats would rather unseat in 2010 than Bachmann, a two-term congresswoman with a habit of pushing the buttons of liberals on everything from ACORN to global warming to even whether President Barack Obama is, as she once asked, “anti-American.”

“She’s definitely somewhere up there,” Bachmann chief of staff Michelle Martson said of where the Minnesota congresswoman sits on the Democratic campaign hit-list.

Bachmann has long been on the receiving end of pointed jabs on liberal blogs like Daily Kos, where one commenter wrote a few weeks back, “After having just returned from a trip to Minnesota, I shake my head that such a beautiful place would be represented by such an ugly individual as Bachmann.”

Ask Democratic officials in the state about Bachmann, and they can barely contain their anger.

“She is a bizarre news story of the month every month,” said Brian Melendez, chairman of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.

Michele Bachmann is just nuts,” said Jeremy Powers, a local DFL chair in Bachmann’s district. “She is just an utter embarrassment.”

And some Democrats — Powers included — don’t hesitate to compare Bachmann with the aforementioned Palin, another conservative lightning rod who speaks with an upper-Midwestern accent, is the mother of a large family, and touts a stridently socially conservative agenda that Democrats regard as outright right wing.

“She is so principally and diametrically opposed to the core principles that we have,” Donald McFarland, a Minnesota-based Democratic strategist, said of Bachmann. “She is further to the right than Attila the Hun.”

“She’s the poster girl for the radical fringe element,” added Brian Smoot, who served as political director at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee last campaign cycle.

“I think they’re passionate about trying to beat Michele Bachmann,” said Michael Brodkorb, deputy chairman of the Minnesota Republican Party of Democratic efforts. “I think she probably frustrates them because she’s able to win every time.”

Democrats almost took out Bachmann in 2008, when national Democrats spent nearly $1.1 million blasting her in ads after she appeared to suggest in an October interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that the media should investigate then-Sen. Obama and other Democrats in Congress for anti-American activities.

But as they prepare for the 2010 cycle, they are doubling down on their efforts to unseat the 43-year-old congresswoman.

Much of the Minnesota Democratic establishment has already thrown its backing to state Sen. Tarryl Clark in her bid to oust Bachmann. After announcing her candidacy last week, Clark — widely regarded as a political heavy-hitter in the state who was also touted as a potential gubernatorial candidate — immediately won the backing of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees and St. Cloud College Democrats.

The backing forced former candidate El Tinklenberg, who came within 3 percent of defeating Bachmann in 2008, to drop out of the race — just one week after announcing he was running again.

The DCCC and the Minnesota DFL denied to POLITICO this week that they were working behind the scenes to clear the field for Clark, but strategists for both parties say there is little question the national Democratic Party will take an active role in the 2010 effort to oust Bachmann.

“There has been a lot of passion to defeat Michele Bachman, which will carry on from last cycle,” said John Lapp, who served as executive director of the DCCC during the 2006 cycle under then-chair Rahm

Emanuel. “I think Congresswoman Bachman will continue to be a Democratic target, because she is of the extreme right wing of the party and she has an extreme agenda she spouts off cycle after cycle.”

“I think that you’re going to see Democrats put serious resources forward,” said Matt Burns, a Minnesota-based GOP strategist.

Democrats will have plenty of ammunition in their effort to cast Bachmann as an out-of-control ideologue.

In June, during a diatribe in a House floor speech on the size of the federal government, Bachmann derided what she called Obama’s “gangster government.”

Judging by the treatment accorded to Sarah Palin, Carrie Prejean, and now Michelle Bachmann, the worst thing a woman can be is attractive, strong, and well-spoken.

Liberals hate that.  And liberal women hate attractive women who are in control of their own lives and their own values.

Michelle Bachmann is no more “crazy” conservative than a LOT of her male counterparts.  But the Democrat Party cannot stand a strong, independent woman.

I’m reminded of that famous ad where the gray-scale crowd of totalitarian-oppressed automatons watch a dictator lecture them on the giant viewscreen, when suddenly a beautiful young woman burst onto the screen – pursued by stormtroopers – and destroys the entire hypocritical fraud that is the regime:

That’s what is really going on here.  Liberals cannot tolerate an attractive woman who stands up for her own conservative traditional values.  Such a woman reveals them for the hateful trolls they are, and so any such woman must the destroyed at all costs no matter what it takes to protect liberalism.

I remember when Sarah Palin was first attacked by the National Organization for Women.  And Kirsten Powers, herself very liberal in her politics, said:

“It’s not the National Organization for Women, right?  But it’s not.  It’s really the National Organization for Liberal Women.  It’s not the National Organization for Women, because she’s a woman.  And they put out a statement saying, “Not all women speak for women.  Sarah Palin doesn’t speak for women.”  Well, look; this woman, when I look at her – even if I don’t support her, you know, a lot of her policies, she is the embodiment of what feminism was all about.  She’s a mother, she’s successful, her husband helps with the children.  You know, we should be exited about this, even if you don’t support her” …

“I would agree with that if they had any kind of actual moral authority, but they don’t, because they don’t ever support any women who don’t support their very narrow agenda. So they should just rename themselves and say what they’re really for, and stop pretending like they really care about the advancement for women.”

Without the false and irrational image of “we represent women,” liberals are nothing.  And women like Palin, Prejean, and Bachmann prove they are nothing.  So the left has to destroy these women lest the automatons take their eyes of the regime’s viewscreen and see it for the hollow, ugly scam that it truly is.

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