Sunday, September 14, 2008

The Most Recent Word On Sexism in National Politics

How do people without students find anything cool?


JackDanielsBlack said...

"I have two words for the weeks prior to Election Day, when this will all, mercifully, be over: Facts and Policies. Let me repeat, let's talk about Facts and Policies, past and future."

Tenured, seems to me you are violating your own policy as set forth in your last post. I'm confused here. Does this mean its OK to post Youtubes that make fun of Barack Obama here? Please advise.

phd me said...

When I saw it last night, I thought, "Exactly!" It takes a comedy sketch to articulate so well the different shades of sexism running through political campaigns, media responses, society. Responses like this, and the Daily Show, may keep me sane this election season.

Tenured Radical said...

Dear Jack,

Of course it is. Satire is *not* out of bounds -- it is a long and precious American political tradition dating back to the Revolution.

Gossip, rumor and Innuendo masking themselves as facts are what I object to.


gwoertendyke said...

this is hilarious. how do you find so many humorless people flocking to your site, TR?