Saturday, February 12, 2005

Ward Churchill, Not an Indian, Part II

I batted this Ward Churchill thing around a little bit on Thursday and I feel that a little more hollering is due.

Okay, it's basically common knowledge that I am somewhat right of Dubya, but I don't think that I am being unreasonable here. Churchill is simply off the reservation (pun most definitely intended) when he denigrates our troops in his "academic" writings, but not one leftist academic calls him on it. However, an Ivy League College President gets railed for presenting his opinions and feminists get a hugely queasy over it. Jonah Goldberg has a great article comparing the two occurrences.

Is it just me, or has the Feminist Movement become so irrelevant as to rival only Al "KFC is Mean to Chickens" Sharpton? Come on, you are supposed to be tough chicks. Put on a cup and let's get down to it. But noooooooooo, a mean, ol' man said something that makes us want to vomit and we have to run out of the room, tail firmly between our legs.

My completely unintelligent statement is this, "Men and women are probably different, maybe." Get over it. And Al, I'm guessing that this direction you're heading is not unlike the Tawana Brawley stuff you brewed up so many years ago. How in the MORTAL HELL is a chicken remotely equal to a human? Remember my trip to the chicken plant last week? I know a little about chickens. Minorities should get upset when their "champions" do this to themselves. Represent the Struggle, ass-hat. Or better yet, quit the struggle and leave it to people like LaShawn Barber. HERE'S what she thinks.