In his 1992 book The Way Things Ought to Be, Limbaugh pontificates,
“I prefer to call the most obnoxious feminists what they really are: Feminazis. … I often use it to describe women who are obsessed with perpetuating a modern-day Holocaust: Abortion.”
“A feminazi is a woman to whom the most important thing in life is seeing to it that as many abortions as possible are performed. Their unspoken reasoning is quite simple. Abortion is the single greatest avenue for militant women to exercise their quest for power and advance their belief that men aren’t necessary. They don’t need men in order to be happy. They certainly don’t want males to be able to exercise any control over them. Abortion is the ultimate symbol of women’s emancipation from the power and influence of men. With men being precluded from the ultimate decision-making process regarding the future of life in the womb, they are reduced to their proper, inferior role. Nothing matters but me, says the feminazi. My concerns prevail over all else. The fetus doesn’t matter, it’s an unviable tissue mass.”
The 2012 election obviously wasn’t his wake up call. His lies about Sandra Fluke proved advantageous for Obama and helped more women get elected into Congress—yet he still feels the desire to attack the ladies.
Most recently, he focused on how feminism is ‘ruining women.’ He goes on and on with his usual tired and sad commentary and his tin-foil-hat-wearing audience eagerly hangs on to his every word. In July, he said “Feminism was established so unattractive women could have easier access to the mainstream.”
It’s quite pathetic, yet not entirely surprising that a man who has been married four times—and thankfully hasn’t reproduced—makes a good part of his living trying to keep women down.
Of course we all know his efforts are about as successful as a one legged man in an ass kicking contest. And if you can separate yourself from the anger he invokes, he’s actually kind of funny. Funny like a sad clown.
I can only guess this hatred of women who want equality and the right to choose stems from a deep-seated fear of the rejection he would surely receive if he weren’t fantastically wealthy—the fear that when women have power, men (Limbaugh) cease to have relevance or importance. Maybe he secretly is a woman living inside a Buffoon’s body and the pain of revealing the truth is too much to bear, so he attacks the very thing he covets. We’ll never really know. He’s not the most honest lad on the air.
There is one thing we CAN be sure of. Rush Limbaugh hates the fact that women have power and he knows we won’t stop until we are legally equal in the United States Constitution and we will not allow Roe v. Wade to be overturned. Whether he realizes it or not, he helps us with his cranky tirades. He has motivated politicians to say rape babies are a gift from God. He fuels the fire of the GOP to consistently obstruct and to not extend the Violence against Women Act. He is a gift to the progressive cause.
Oh Limbaugh, I would suggest therapy but if you do choose to see a doctor about your curious woman-hating condition, please wait until after the mid-term elections.
And can you imagine what his blood pressure would be if we ever see President Hillary Clinton?
Kimberley A. Johnson – A.K.A. The Anti Coulter is the author of The Virgin Diaries and an activist for women’s rights. Like her on Facebook, Twitter or friend her on FB HERE. Visit ARKStories to check out all of her books