I wasn’t all that surprised this morning to hear Karen Handel took the Georgia election over her Ken Doll opponent, despite all the shrieking and howling from the left leaning media, who insisted Trump would be repudiated and the fascism of the Marxists would once again hold sway!
I wish I had screen capped the changing headlines on Michelle Goldberg’s article at Slate yesterday – first Georgia’s women were going to save the world! Then the epic genius of Goldberg caught up with her and she realized that if women were responsible for the win, they might also be responsible for the loss and we can’t have women responsible for anything ever under any circumstance. Women are innocent, pure little flowers who can do no harm and they certainly do not vote with their brains and intellects and individual interests! Goldberg is a feminist, of course.
Why are feminists such misogynists?
The headline then morphed to Will the 6th District Swing Left, except, whoopsie! No, it doesn’t look like it.
Goldberg is still too busy weeping and flinging her formidable thighs around the offices of Slate to decide why men are somehow to blame for women refusing to vote as a united, sexist block as per her commands (those damn women!), but suffice to say it will be men’s fault, somehow.
It always is, isn’t it?
Obviously, I am thrilled that Handel won, because I’m not a fan of Marxism and I can’t set aside the pesky fact that socialism led to the deaths of 170 million people in the past century, and is not experiencing a heyday in Venezuela at the moment either. Socialism and Marxism are poisonous, malevolent ideologies that lead to resentment, bitterness and murder as lazier, dumber, less productive citizens digest their toxic jealousy of more industrious, efficient brethren. There can be no other outcome. Endow women with power, and then teach them other people (usually men) are always to blame and you have a recipe for disaster. Also known as feminism. Or being Hungarian. Christ, that’s a pack of bitter bitches ready to blame everyone else for their own laziness, entitlement and resentment.
Ever seen this chick?
She’s kind of a little bit funny, but she gets the Eastern European joyless shrew brigade down pat. Word to the internet daters: Hungarian women may be beautiful, but they’re also completely insane! There’s even a t shirt!
Anyway ….. the Handel election confirms a few things for me that make me realize nothing has been lost in America over the past few years when you experimented with Obama like a tenth grader trying pot for the first time. It was a phase, you’re over it, thank god!
First of all, money can’t buy elections. How much did Hillary throw at the Donald? That worked out. And then Hollywood meat puppets and assholes in California and Martha’s Fucking Vineyard decided to tell the folks in Georgia what to do?
Ossoff reported spent $24M, while Handel spent a modest $4.5M and guess who won? You can chuck all the cash you want in America – it’s a free country, after all, but at the end of the day, elections are decided by voters.
That’s called democracy and it sucks, except not as much as all the other options suck.
Secondly, I take particular glee in how the American people turned the narrative on the media. THIS ELECTION IS A REFERENDUM ON TRUMP! Screamy media insisted on Georgia as a repudiation of everything Trump stands for: what happens in Georgia is what the American people really think and want!
Okie dokie, commie journos.
As you wish.
I think the whole world has a kind of grudging respect for what cheerful assholes Americans can be, and I mean that in the most loving and affectionate of ways. I call one of my favorite people in the world an ‘intolerable asshole’ (because he is), and I also mean that very affectionately. The cheerful asshole is often misrepresented as the boorish, ignorant American, but that characterization misses the essential cheerfulness of the average American.
The Georgia election is American cheerfulness at its finest. This here feminists says we are not allowed to elect the nice lady from Georgia, and instead we have to elect the gentleman from …. now where is he from again? Bless their souls….
America, you make me proud, and I wish I was one of you. If I could pick an American stereotype, I’d want to be a Georgia Peach and hit the ballot box with all polite ass-kicking strength and pride that Georgia just displayed.
In Canada, we wrote the King a whole bunch of polite letters until he finally said ‘okay fine, you can be your own country’. In America, you pulled a Jesus in the temple and flipped shit over and just took what you wanted, and I envy your balls and your history.
And I am so glad to see that America still stands.
Lots of love,