Misogynist-in-Chief

M. Catharine Evans

According to high level women at the White House, President Obama fits the definition of a male chauvinist pig. Who would have believed it? Too bad liberal feminist voters looked the other way when candidate Obama told a female reporter "hold on  sweetie" or when a watchdog group revealed the Senator paid his male staffers more than female employees working in comparable positions. What about when he objectified Sarah Palin in campaign ads

Now according to his book, Confidence Men: Wall Street, Washington, and The Education of A President, scheduled for release on September 20 journalist, Ron Suskind tells what it's like for women in the Obama White House. I guess electing the most pro-abortion President doesn't make up for being treated like Palin and Clinton in 2008.

One of Suskind's unnamed sources, a "top female official" stated the discrimination was everywhere even in the Oval Office.

"The president has a real woman problem. The idea of the boys' club being just Larry and Rahm isn't fair," she told Suskind, referring to former Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and Larry Summers, former chairman of the National Economic Council. Obama "was just as responsible himself."

Former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn suggested the commander-in-chief as well as his male advisers may have violated federal laws.

This place would be in court for a hostile workplace...Because it actually fit all of the classic legal requirements for a genuinely hostile workplace to women.

Christine Romer, former head of the Council of Economic Advisers, found out the hard way Larry Summers, another Obama economics adviser, still harbored the belief "that innate differences between men and women might be one of the reasons women lag behind in science and math career."

"I felt like a piece of meat," Christina Romer...said of one meeting in which Suskind writes she was "boxed out" by Summers.

Oh my. Ms. Romer's indignation brings to mind a controversial cult-like propaganda piece published by none other than Gloria Steinem. Remember Ms. Magazine's 2009 inaugural issue with the One in superman pose? On his chest was the statement "This is what a feminist looks like." Exactly right, Gloria.

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According to high level women at the White House, President Obama fits the definition of a male chauvinist pig. Who would have believed it? Too bad liberal feminist voters looked the other way when candidate Obama told a female reporter "hold on  sweetie" or when a watchdog group revealed the Senator paid his male staffers more than female employees working in comparable positions. What about when he objectified Sarah Palin in campaign ads

Now according to his book, Confidence Men: Wall Street, Washington, and The Education of A President, scheduled for release on September 20 journalist, Ron Suskind tells what it's like for women in the Obama White House. I guess electing the most pro-abortion President doesn't make up for being treated like Palin and Clinton in 2008.

One of Suskind's unnamed sources, a "top female official" stated the discrimination was everywhere even in the Oval Office.

"The president has a real woman problem. The idea of the boys' club being just Larry and Rahm isn't fair," she told Suskind, referring to former Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and Larry Summers, former chairman of the National Economic Council. Obama "was just as responsible himself."

Former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn suggested the commander-in-chief as well as his male advisers may have violated federal laws.

This place would be in court for a hostile workplace...Because it actually fit all of the classic legal requirements for a genuinely hostile workplace to women.

Christine Romer, former head of the Council of Economic Advisers, found out the hard way Larry Summers, another Obama economics adviser, still harbored the belief "that innate differences between men and women might be one of the reasons women lag behind in science and math career."

"I felt like a piece of meat," Christina Romer...said of one meeting in which Suskind writes she was "boxed out" by Summers.

Oh my. Ms. Romer's indignation brings to mind a controversial cult-like propaganda piece published by none other than Gloria Steinem. Remember Ms. Magazine's 2009 inaugural issue with the One in superman pose? On his chest was the statement "This is what a feminist looks like." Exactly right, Gloria.

Read more M. Catharine Evans at Potter Williams Report