Right after Palin captured the adoration of a huge segment of America, Obama used his classless misogynistic expression, “You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.” Even his audience of Liberal faithful was shocked into silence, Hussein realized he had dropped a bomb, a stink bomb. Of course he used the standard line that people were misreading his line that it was a common expression and that he loved this country too much to let the campaign slide into the gutter. This seemed to console his women voters and the supposedly forward thinking, gender neutral, Liberal men.
I was not impressed, nor did I believe his recovery spin. For this line reflects the most base of male attitudes toward women. I have observed this type of behavior in many part of the country, it is quite common in the big cities among the lowest common denominator of men. These men regard women as objects of sexual pleasure and otherwise as I have heard too many times, “If it wasn’t for sex, there would be a bounty on them.”
Disgusting and classless, I make no apologies for these men, to me it is embarrassing to share the same biological traits as these degenerates. Yet these are the same men who will speak of putting lipstick on a pig and use various alliterations to swap back and forth from a four legged animal and its analogy of a woman.
This isn’t new, in the early 17th century William Shakespeare wrote of these base characters and portrayed their unsavory attitudes in the most uncomplimentary terms. Hamlet portrayed as a base callous bastard uses vicious cruelty as he speaks to the woman he once loved with the same vindictive attitude that Obama expressed toward Sarah Palin.
Soon the campaign will be heating up as Sarah Palin begins to exploit Obama’s dismal popularity, Obama doesn’t want to be challenged, the spoiled little boy who glided through life on the Affirmative Action program will begin to sound more and more like Hamlet.
Hamlet, disgusted by his mother’s sexual relationship with Cladius, the uncle who has murdered his father, directs his venomous attack not only toward Ophelia, but toward all women. He has just delivered his “to be or not to be” passage that has him considering suicide. Use these lines to picture Obama’s feeling toward Sarah Palin and women in general, remember that a nunnery was a 17th century pun for a brothel.
Hamlet: Act 3, Scene 1
Hamlet: I did love you once.
Ophelia: Indeed, my lord, you made me believe so.
Hamlet: You should not have believed me… I loved you not.
Ophelia: I was the more deceived.
Hamlet: Get thee to a nunnery. Why wouldst thou be a breeder of sinners?… We are arrant knaves, all. Believe none of us. Go thy ways to a nunnery, go, farewell. Or if thou wilt needs marry, marry a fool; for wise men know well enough what monsters you make of them. To a nunnery, go, and quickly, too, Farewell.
Ophelia: O heavenly powers, restore him!
Hamlet: You jig, you amble, and you lisp… and make your wantonness your ignorance. Go to, I’ll no more on’t. It hath made me mad… To a nunnery, go.
If Shakespeare were alive today, he would eviscerate Obama with his pen, for this is the type of aberrant personality that was so easy to cast as the protagonist in a comedic tragedy. The polemic would capture the narcissist as his charm is failing and his constituency rejects him, his descent into madness is the epitasis, in the conclusion, as his yes men and sycophants gather round his sick bed, he utters Mercurctio’s laconic line and famous pun, from Romeo and Juliet, “Ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man.”