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Whores, you see, have to work for their money. And they don’t have that much money, because most of their money goes to their pimps.
Repugnican billionaire Nutmeg Whitman has pumped more than $119 million of her own money into trying to buy California’s governor’s seat. And how did she become a billionaire? By having been a corporate pimp — by profiting filthily from the labor of underpaid corporate prostitutes and from corporate johns (that is, overcharged consumers).
If we don’t mean that Megalomaniac Whitman is a whore literally, well, then, how could a woman who is that unattractive really be a slut?
No, it’s just not accurate to call Nutmeg Whitman a whore. A bitch, yes. A whore, no.
But, if you are a member of Team Nutmeg, and the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Sacramento Bee all have endorsed your Democratic opponent, Jerry Brown, and you still are reeling from Maidgate, then yeah, you try to make a big fucking deal about the fact that some Brown campaign underling was caught on tape calling Nutmeg Whitman a “whore.”
For the feminazis out there who go apoplectic over the use of the word “whore” (or “bitch” or “cunt” or the like), the words “prick” and “dick” to describe a male asshole aren’t considered to be sexist, so why is “whore” or “bitch” considered sexist? “Whore” or “bitch” (or even “cunt”) is just an epithet for a woman you don’t like. The use of such an epithet against a certain woman usually means that you don’t like that particular woman — not that you hate all women.
And for the Repugnicans to try to play the sexism card, when virtually all female Repugnican politicians and political candidates oppose a woman’s right to choose what she may and may not do with her own uterus, is beyond insanely hypocritical.
In any event, I’m not worried whatsofuckingever about someone calling Nutmeg Whitman a “whore.”
I’m worried about what would happen to the great state of California were that billionaire bitch actually to succeed in getting her greedy grubbies on the wheel of the ship of state.
And if you are a fellow Californian, you should be, too.