Bimbo Politics

Bimbos are drawn to powerful men like moths to the proverbial flame.  Like courtesans, some women will humiliate themselves for power or personal loyalty.  Politics is better than sex because power may get ugly but, unlike sex, power never gets old.  All the same, sex and politics are literally joined at the hip. 

Indeed, intern programs in Washington, DC provide an endless supply of young girls (and boys).  Political predators may age but the prey is forever young – and predictably naive.  Politicians, like professors, frequently see sex with youngsters as a perk of office or tenure.  New talent every year is the fountain of youth for aging politicos. 

Naomi Wolf’s essay, The Silent Treatment, described her predator experience at Yale University as “a soft spot of (female) complicity.” The G-spot of collaboration might have been a better metaphor.                                               

Wolf is no bimbo.  Maybe she’s just a satin suit of contradictions.  Reading a fashionista on the superficiality of beauty or fashion is a little like hearing from Warren Buffet on the perils of capitalism.  Wolf served as one of William J.  Clinton’s female “advisors.”

The tone of political culture is set at the top.  Jack Kennedy and Bill Clinton are the modern standard bearers for exploitation.  The irony here is that so-called “feminists” and predators come from the same political stable.  Surely, the political Right is no model of probity, but no politician a droit comes close to the iconic stature of Kennedy and Clinton -- or their abuses.  Indeed, Clinton freely admits that John F.  Kennedy was an idol, a role model. 

Such icons are pregnant with contradictions.  If wife and children can’t trust a man, why should a voter -- or the nation for that matter?  American feminists claim that the personal is political, yet seldom apply that axiom to their idols. 

Liberal cynics might point to La belle France where ministers flaunt their liaisons.  Such chauvinism is not without consequence or cost.  The first casualty of modern French history was loyalty.  When confronted with the Nazi menace, “liberte, egalite, and fraternite” were jettisoned.   The Jewish population of Paris was the burnt offering that sealed the affair with Berlin.  Collaboration is a dear price to pay for personal or national virtue. 

Withal, the average hussy and the political bimbo are different doxies.  The everyday tart is willing to give up the goods just to be close to power.  The political bimbo is more ambitious.  Her virtue has a higher price.  A political bimbo might be defined as any women willing to sacrifice her personal or feminist integrity on the altar of expediency or venal ambition.  Collaboration captures the thought.

Here we shouldn’t confuse floozies with professionals.  Unlike political bimbos, sex workers provide a real service and honest economic incentive in the best tradition of capitalism; a gross national product indeed. 

Without hookers; ugly, fat or liberal men might have to make do with the Internet, other men, or sheer fantasy.  Compared to modern feminist politics, prostitution is a higher calling -- and a freer market.  With “working” girls and boys, unlike political bimbos, talent, performance, and accomplishment are real job requirements.  Hard to believe that recreational marijuana is now legal while selling commercial shag is still a crime. 

So much for bimbo theory.  Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Huma Weiner, and Samantha Power, just to name a few, provide the evidence.

Hillary

Everyone knows Hillary’s back story: loyal wife to a governor and president.  Once serial betrayal became too public, Mrs.  Clinton assumed the defensive crouch of victim and stood by her man.  By any feminist logic she could, or should, have kicked Bill to the curb but, instead he gave her an IOU.  Feminist virtue is pricey indeed!

Payback came on two coattails; an open Senate seat followed by an appointed cabinet post.  Obama was no fool.  Keeping the Clinton circus on a short leash was prudent.  Hillary did little or nothing as senator or Secretary of State, save maintain her political viability.  She did nothing so well that Bill’s wife is now poised to have the 2016 Democrat nomination for the asking.  Say what you will about Hillary, she got more out of Bill’s bimbos than did her husband.

Susan

National security advisor Susan Rice is a Hillary doppelganger, hewing to the party line at all costs.  The Benghazi stonewall is vintage Clinton; deny, deny and apologize only if you have to.  Throw a political appointee, like Jim Clapper, or the Intelligence Community under the bus if necessary.  Alas, Susan’s mendacity is not as profitable as Hillary’s.  Rice will never see a confirmation hearing.  Catherine Sebelius is the domestic edition of Susan Rice, a party apparatchik who defends any program failure with ideological relish. 

Huma

Huma Abedin Weiner makes the list here because she and husband Anthony (aka Carlos Danger) are living proof that sexual predators and political bimbos are generational phenomena; Kennedy to Clinton to Weiner, an unbroken line of protégés and predators.  And we haven’t heard the last from Mr. and Mrs. Weiner.  They are sure to be rehabilitated in Clinton III.

 

Samantha

Samantha Power is the most dangerous of the Obama girls; dangerous for many reasons.  The most worrisome of which is her world view, the ambition to subordinate American national interests to some vague, select, if not warped, notion of global humanitarianism.  She laments the fate of Bosnian Muslims, yet seldom speaks to 1400 years of backwardness and brutal social pathology, including lethal misogyny, in the larger Arab and Muslim worlds. 

She has little to say about clerical child abuse in Ireland or America either.  Nonetheless, Ms.  Powers has the ideological chops to make policy.  The Obama/Clinton apology tours in the Muslim world are examples.  Samantha’s affection for Jane Fonda’s politics also speaks volumes.  Indeed, you could do worse than think of Power as a politicized Barbarella.                                      

Power’s Islamic tilt comes with burkas, aggressive zealotry and outspoken anti-Judaism; the kind of anti-Semitism that invests contemporary Irish and French politics.  Both countries have histories of sympathy with, first political and now religious fascism. 

Power has suggested that Israel should be occupied and coerced to sign what would be a death warrant with unstable Arab neighbors.  Ironically, the American Judenrat supported her appointment to the UN.  Powers’ more recent comments about Daniel Pearl resurrect the ancient slander that Jews deserve what they get.  Samantha Powers’ ambition and world view are echoes of the Internationale, Orientalism, and all self-anointed prophets for globalism, chaps like Harry Dexter White

Bimbo activists are joined by several threads: weaponized mendacity; selective if not contradictory feminist or humanitarian values; rhetoric or writing that trumps achievement; and a willingness to jettison virtue in a heartbeat at the first whiff of political aftershave.  In doing so, distaff chippies make men like Kennedy, Clinton, Obama and the post-Communist social patriarchy possible.    

Alas, the political bimbo phenomenon in America may also explain why the feminist Left in America has yet to produce an Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Margaret Thatcher, or Angela Merkel.

Where are the angry American women? - Leymah Gbowee

G.  Murphy Donovan writes about the politics of national security

Bimbos are drawn to powerful men like moths to the proverbial flame.  Like courtesans, some women will humiliate themselves for power or personal loyalty.  Politics is better than sex because power may get ugly but, unlike sex, power never gets old.  All the same, sex and politics are literally joined at the hip. 

Indeed, intern programs in Washington, DC provide an endless supply of young girls (and boys).  Political predators may age but the prey is forever young – and predictably naive.  Politicians, like professors, frequently see sex with youngsters as a perk of office or tenure.  New talent every year is the fountain of youth for aging politicos. 

Naomi Wolf’s essay, The Silent Treatment, described her predator experience at Yale University as “a soft spot of (female) complicity.” The G-spot of collaboration might have been a better metaphor.                                               

Wolf is no bimbo.  Maybe she’s just a satin suit of contradictions.  Reading a fashionista on the superficiality of beauty or fashion is a little like hearing from Warren Buffet on the perils of capitalism.  Wolf served as one of William J.  Clinton’s female “advisors.”

The tone of political culture is set at the top.  Jack Kennedy and Bill Clinton are the modern standard bearers for exploitation.  The irony here is that so-called “feminists” and predators come from the same political stable.  Surely, the political Right is no model of probity, but no politician a droit comes close to the iconic stature of Kennedy and Clinton -- or their abuses.  Indeed, Clinton freely admits that John F.  Kennedy was an idol, a role model. 

Such icons are pregnant with contradictions.  If wife and children can’t trust a man, why should a voter -- or the nation for that matter?  American feminists claim that the personal is political, yet seldom apply that axiom to their idols. 

Liberal cynics might point to La belle France where ministers flaunt their liaisons.  Such chauvinism is not without consequence or cost.  The first casualty of modern French history was loyalty.  When confronted with the Nazi menace, “liberte, egalite, and fraternite” were jettisoned.   The Jewish population of Paris was the burnt offering that sealed the affair with Berlin.  Collaboration is a dear price to pay for personal or national virtue. 

Withal, the average hussy and the political bimbo are different doxies.  The everyday tart is willing to give up the goods just to be close to power.  The political bimbo is more ambitious.  Her virtue has a higher price.  A political bimbo might be defined as any women willing to sacrifice her personal or feminist integrity on the altar of expediency or venal ambition.  Collaboration captures the thought.

Here we shouldn’t confuse floozies with professionals.  Unlike political bimbos, sex workers provide a real service and honest economic incentive in the best tradition of capitalism; a gross national product indeed. 

Without hookers; ugly, fat or liberal men might have to make do with the Internet, other men, or sheer fantasy.  Compared to modern feminist politics, prostitution is a higher calling -- and a freer market.  With “working” girls and boys, unlike political bimbos, talent, performance, and accomplishment are real job requirements.  Hard to believe that recreational marijuana is now legal while selling commercial shag is still a crime. 

So much for bimbo theory.  Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Huma Weiner, and Samantha Power, just to name a few, provide the evidence.

Hillary

Everyone knows Hillary’s back story: loyal wife to a governor and president.  Once serial betrayal became too public, Mrs.  Clinton assumed the defensive crouch of victim and stood by her man.  By any feminist logic she could, or should, have kicked Bill to the curb but, instead he gave her an IOU.  Feminist virtue is pricey indeed!

Payback came on two coattails; an open Senate seat followed by an appointed cabinet post.  Obama was no fool.  Keeping the Clinton circus on a short leash was prudent.  Hillary did little or nothing as senator or Secretary of State, save maintain her political viability.  She did nothing so well that Bill’s wife is now poised to have the 2016 Democrat nomination for the asking.  Say what you will about Hillary, she got more out of Bill’s bimbos than did her husband.

Susan

National security advisor Susan Rice is a Hillary doppelganger, hewing to the party line at all costs.  The Benghazi stonewall is vintage Clinton; deny, deny and apologize only if you have to.  Throw a political appointee, like Jim Clapper, or the Intelligence Community under the bus if necessary.  Alas, Susan’s mendacity is not as profitable as Hillary’s.  Rice will never see a confirmation hearing.  Catherine Sebelius is the domestic edition of Susan Rice, a party apparatchik who defends any program failure with ideological relish. 

Huma

Huma Abedin Weiner makes the list here because she and husband Anthony (aka Carlos Danger) are living proof that sexual predators and political bimbos are generational phenomena; Kennedy to Clinton to Weiner, an unbroken line of protégés and predators.  And we haven’t heard the last from Mr. and Mrs. Weiner.  They are sure to be rehabilitated in Clinton III.

 

Samantha

Samantha Power is the most dangerous of the Obama girls; dangerous for many reasons.  The most worrisome of which is her world view, the ambition to subordinate American national interests to some vague, select, if not warped, notion of global humanitarianism.  She laments the fate of Bosnian Muslims, yet seldom speaks to 1400 years of backwardness and brutal social pathology, including lethal misogyny, in the larger Arab and Muslim worlds. 

She has little to say about clerical child abuse in Ireland or America either.  Nonetheless, Ms.  Powers has the ideological chops to make policy.  The Obama/Clinton apology tours in the Muslim world are examples.  Samantha’s affection for Jane Fonda’s politics also speaks volumes.  Indeed, you could do worse than think of Power as a politicized Barbarella.                                      

Power’s Islamic tilt comes with burkas, aggressive zealotry and outspoken anti-Judaism; the kind of anti-Semitism that invests contemporary Irish and French politics.  Both countries have histories of sympathy with, first political and now religious fascism. 

Power has suggested that Israel should be occupied and coerced to sign what would be a death warrant with unstable Arab neighbors.  Ironically, the American Judenrat supported her appointment to the UN.  Powers’ more recent comments about Daniel Pearl resurrect the ancient slander that Jews deserve what they get.  Samantha Powers’ ambition and world view are echoes of the Internationale, Orientalism, and all self-anointed prophets for globalism, chaps like Harry Dexter White

Bimbo activists are joined by several threads: weaponized mendacity; selective if not contradictory feminist or humanitarian values; rhetoric or writing that trumps achievement; and a willingness to jettison virtue in a heartbeat at the first whiff of political aftershave.  In doing so, distaff chippies make men like Kennedy, Clinton, Obama and the post-Communist social patriarchy possible.    

Alas, the political bimbo phenomenon in America may also explain why the feminist Left in America has yet to produce an Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Margaret Thatcher, or Angela Merkel.

Where are the angry American women? - Leymah Gbowee

G.  Murphy Donovan writes about the politics of national security