Country Living Series

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Cute widdle sweetums

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled "Butt-hurt feminists: Those cute widdle sweetums."


Bonus: Take a look at this hilarious video: Captain Kirk Meets Ashley Judd (pardon the bad language in the title):

12 comments:

  1. Spot on! Love the video, judd=ugh. I didnt hear her whole rant until now-wow, just wow

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  2. Right on Patrice! Natokadn

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  3. I found her 'passion', erroneous accusations, lame comparisons etc etc etc too hard to stomach. Had to fast fw to the glorious end!

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  4. I can't see these people as funny; I thought they were rude and disgusting. They DO.NOT.SPEAK.FOR.ME!!!!!

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  5. Chipmunk, these women (and the sorry "males" who support them) are fools - in the original sense of the word. All you can do is feel sorry for them and shake your head. The oldest are apparently too stupid to ever "get it". Natokadn

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  6. It's 'last call' on the failed feminist movement. So much for the theory that 'all the girls get prettier at closing time'.
    Montana Guy

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  7. Hunh. Goodbye, Ashley Judd. Good riddance.

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  8. Lock and Load... Phasers on Full! Hilarious! Live long and prosper! Captain Kirk and crew.... May need your phasers for quite a few more "idiots"...

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  9. Ashley Judd needs serious psychiatric help. No normal, sane, well adjusted woman acts like that or says those things. I find it amusing that the woman who set this "woman's march" up is a Muslim who wants Sharia Law and used George Soros money. Why the constant reference to "nasty woman"? You have got to wonder.......
    -Stealth Spaniel

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  10. One of these days (probably sooner rather than later) the trash is going to cross the line & won't have the foggiest when REALITY kicks them in the a__!

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  11. "Blades sharpened with testosterone." Darn. I've been doing it wrong all these years.

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  12. Trump a strong man?
    No way, Patrice, you're usually spot on, but I don't thik you are in Trump's case. I'm sure a strong man wouldn't feel the need to denigrate his successor's TV ratings and boast about his own. Nor would he feel the need to discuss again and again and again the size of his inauguration crowd. No, he comes across as somebody who is in constant need of applause and approval; that's usually a sign of insecurity.

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