Why The Left Hates Sarah Palin June 11, 2009Posted by lizp4 in Uncategorized.
This is one of the reasons why the left hates Sarah Palin. She is not only very beautiful, but she is unconsciously so, making her alluring to the point that they can’t think straight about her. They have to hate her to keep from lusting for her. The guys on the Right, on the other hand, just go ahead and admit that she’s hot, and get on with their lives. It’s pretty sad that leftist men have to go to such great lengths to disguise their masculinity; hiding it under all kinds of perversions and distractions. it’s also sad that they have reached the point where they believe they have to destroy something this beautiful if they can’t have it for their own. Lying to oneself is worse than lying to others, especially when it comes to nature and healthy responses.
Women on the left hate her for pretty much the same reasons, except that they feel jealousy and envy. Not only is Sarah prettier than most of them, but she also has lots of beautiful, handsome children (an indictment of their refusal of fecundity), and the hottest hubby around. But, just as with the men of the Right, the women on the Right admire her beauty and fruitfulness; the fact that she is a working mom who manages to do all she does and still stay great-looking, and they just wish to emulate her, find out the secret to her “magic,” and admit it all around.
Wholesome attitudes toward sexuality are few and far between these days, especially on the left, where any NORMAL sexual desire is immediately pounced upon and labeled as “sexist” or “deviant.” Good, natural sexuality is a creation and a gift, and folks on the Right have the right idea about it more often than the leftists do. It was a sad day for this country when the feminists and the feminized men who joined their ranks determined among themselves that NORMAL sexuality had to be evil. I have always believed as Rush Limbaugh does: his Undeniable Truth of Life #24 states that “Feminism was established to give unattractive women access to the mainstream of society.”
I rest my case.