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Ah the feminist whine act. About as faked as this other woman's act. Poor women are so oppressed.... is that a tear in your eye Robin?

Don't you feel a bit hypocritical complaining about a woman using her victim-power even as you use it yourself?

"if the GOP had any at all, they would have at least let Alito himself demostrate the outrage and frustration"

Men don't have victim power. If Alito himself tried that sort of tactic he'd be laughed at. Just as feminists laugh at anyone who suggests men are victims while they base their entire movement on making those same victim claims for women. Feminists made a career of faked indignation and weepiness.

"thereby reinforcing every bit of bullshit about women being too emotional to handle stressful situations"

But it's ok to suggest women are so fragile that they are victimised by a single example of a stereotype?

I thing martha looks like Judge Alito's mother. she really couldn't be any homlier. Does anyone reckon they frumped her up a bit for the camera?

I haven't anything to add, but nice post--

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