The Pink Pussy Standing: Onto the White House--They Are Not Taking it Lying Down Anymore

In June I published the captioned article arguing how President Trump is a gift to women of the world. Of course, some railed against me because they lacked my vision, reasoning, and analytical ability. And of course, my being a Black Republican enrages them and short-circuit their ability to see any sense in what I wrote/write.  In the piece, I argued that as President Obama made President Trump, President Trump will make the First Female President.  I stated that because of his antics, Americans will give up their fear and give women a chance.  We then saw women making a stand with their Pink Pussy Uprising—women stood up as men have long stood up when they release their Johnsons.

 

We subsequently saw the Me-Too Movement, where women were cutting off the Johnsons/swords of abusive men because of their misuse of it.  I later wrote an article explaining that the movement could cause American men not to help elect a woman President because of their fear of retribution. Then came the Weeping Judge Kavanaugh fiasco that resulted in a possible sexual abuser being shoved into the Supreme Court with the complicity of the FBI.  Women saw Red and this election voted Blue. There was a record number of them elected.  Therefore, my postulate stands as women are standing up like men on their way to help facilitate the election of the first woman president. Am I right or wrong?

Comments

Flying Junior Added Nov 8, 2018 - 4:30am
I share your sentiments.  Not since the 111th U.S. Congress has there been anything close to 100 women in Congress.  Thank the Goddess.  This is the most important outcome of the midterms.  It is also quite wonderful that two Native American women have been elected and that one very well-spoken Muslim woman will serve in the 118th Congress.
 
The reason that I did not agree with your prediction about Trump ushering in a female president is two-fold.  The democrats will very likely be gun-shy to run another female.  Remember that Hillary Clinton was a squeaky-clean candidate with a very solid list of accomplishments to support her run for the presidency.  This did not matter to the Clinton-haters Club.  The hatred machine had been revving up for twenty years.  There was no way the republicans would let it go.  She was vilified.  Other than that, the two or three democratic front-runners do not have the charisma and fame just yet to unify the party.  My other reason is that the republicans have gone so far overboard to the right that they will not be satisfied with a female nomination.  I'm not saying there are not female conservatives with the ultra-right wing cred to step up.  But there really are not any at this time with any popular support.  Let's face it.  No way in hell the RNC will allow a female to be nominated even in 2024.  Maybe in 2024 if the dems take back the White House.

Rusty Smith Added Nov 8, 2018 - 10:57am
We're wasting far too much time on gender issues.  If we focus on qualifications instead, we'd all be better off.
Steel Breeze Added Nov 8, 2018 - 11:48am
@Rusty.....a resounding AMEN!
Troll Hunter Added Nov 8, 2018 - 2:54pm
As a minority who has been around for awhile, I can safely say that white men would vote for a black man waaaayyy before voting for any woman, just saying...
Susitna Added Nov 8, 2018 - 3:41pm
To Dr. Green: I fully agree with you. I don't know how we could move the people to look beyond colour and gender. But it is true that a party without message has to use this kind of strategy to target specific groups. Furthermore, the movement against the White Man has only started. It will increase in the next two years and we have to do something about it. I have already observed white elitists talking against white men in a sick display of fake auto-racism. 
Ken Added Nov 8, 2018 - 4:39pm
Remember that Hillary Clinton was a squeaky-clean candidate with a very solid list of accomplishments to support her run for the presidency. 
 
What alternate universe do you live in?  There has probably never been a more corrupt candidate than HRC.  Certainly has never been a candidate under FBI criminal investigation (that had to fixed to do everything they could not to indict her)
 
That is one of the most moronic statements here in at least an hour
FacePalm Added Nov 8, 2018 - 5:00pm
Ken-
That is one of the most moronic statements here in at least an hour.
 
LOL!
Yeah, i figured he put it out there as bait, as it's so easily refuted.  i mean, one of her last official acts was to commit perjury, repeatedly, before Congress!  "Squeaky-clean" like a charnel pit...
 
But her comeuppance is on the way.  New director at the DoJ.  Yay!
Hope the new guy is tested for a month or so, and if he proves faithful, nominated as Session's replacement.
 
Didja notice how long it took for MSM to start demonizing him?  Must've been at LEAST five minutes...maybe less!
FacePalm Added Nov 8, 2018 - 5:11pm
Rupert-
You seem to have sex on your mind a lot.  Referring to women as "pink pussies" and to the "Johnsons" of men rather undermines your argument and makes an easy platform from which to disparage your statements, doesn't it?
 
There are many women who would make a FAR better president than The Liar ever could be.  EVER!  In fact, there are women not a few who post here who voted for Trump SPECIFICALLY because they recognized what a danger she is, not only to the country, but anyone within range of her voice, fists, or throwing arm, as BJ Billy can readily testify(not to mention the plethora of SS agents who wrote books delineating her temper tantrums).  They didn't vote FOR Trump as much as they voted AGAINST The Liar.
 
i don't see any woman on the (political) horizon who could outmatch Trump to any degree.  Kamala Harris?  Not a chance.  Lie-a-watha?  You make me laugh.  Pelosi?  Stop it, you're killing me!
 
But it WILL be hilarious if any woman is put forward as the candidate for the democrats in 2020, especially when comparing their accomplishments to those of Trump.  He'll have little trouble dismantling every argument, particularly if they're also leftist/socialist/"progressive."
Cullen Kehoe Added Nov 8, 2018 - 6:08pm
Americans nearly voted a woman president in 2008. A no name guy who gave pretty speeches wrestled the Democratic nomination from her and went on to easily beat the Republican nominee. 
 
I think the country has been ready for well over a decade or more. It's just that the right candidate hasn't come along. 
Cullen Kehoe Added Nov 8, 2018 - 6:09pm
Margaret Thatcher made history in the late 1970's being the first heavy hitting (democratically elected) world leader. 
 
Today, people would easily vote a female president who was qualified for the office (and had the right platforms). 
Ken Added Nov 8, 2018 - 6:28pm
Hope the new guy is tested for a month or so, and if he proves faithful, nominated as Sessions' replacement.
 
I doubt he will be the permanent replacement - scary thing is it sounds like he is considering Christie....that would be even worse than Sessions - I at least liked the Sessions choice at first but CC would be a complete disaster
 
Ken Added Nov 8, 2018 - 6:30pm
Thatcher was fantastic and Huge help defeating Communism along with John Paul II.  Of course most brits today reject that although she was wildly popular at the time.   They are the same ones who rejected Churchill after he brought them together and saved their asses in WW2, but that wasn't good enough.  One of the greatest world leaders of the 20th century they unceremoniously tossed out after he saved them.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 8, 2018 - 6:47pm
Dr. Green, I do not see you as a conservative Republican, the fact that you even suggest that Trump will lead to a women president.  Obama actually didn't lead to Trump. 
 
Dr Green you could easily be a Bush, Ryan, McConnell, McCain, and Romney Republican.  The reason I say that is that they lead the funding of Obama's programs and have continued to fund them with the approval of two spending bills under Trump.  What led to Trump was the the reason that the leadership chosen John McCain and Mitt Romney lost to Obama.  The leadership choices in 2018 were rejected by voters very early. 
 
Trump as I said a few times was the choice of the media that in the GOP primary provided more free exposure and positive commentary then ALL OTHER CANDIDATES OF ALL PARTIES COMBINED.  The understood choice of Trump was that the media thought he was the the easiest candidate to put on the ticket against Hillary Rodham Clinton.  As we remember the Hillary and the media believed up until the last half of election day that Hillary was going to win.  
Jeff Michka Added Nov 8, 2018 - 7:03pm
That's okay, Dr. Green, Sutrino is a TINO to impress oter rightists on WB, nothing more.  Only stupid people believed in "We can't lose."  Certain defeat was sure to follow.  It's like all this talk of "Waves."  Huh?  Rule #1 in politics is never think "we've got this one in the bag."  These days Millennials (vast number of campaign workers are Millennials-den't need to pay them much) take this as a sign to stop doing anything and retreat into social media and their screens.  No Sutrino, media chose Trump for one reason: ratings, not because it was easy. You do always follow the fool's path here, Sutrino.
David Montaigne Added Nov 8, 2018 - 11:57pm
If Trump fails miserably there will be a reaction against him in another direction, as there was with the traitorous Obama.  Hillary was the most corrupt candidate ever - the Democrats shot themselves in the foot nominating her in 2016.  Kavanaugh seems like he has good character and dozens of women showed up to testify on his behalf.
Michael B. Added Nov 9, 2018 - 2:11am
Rupert, I'm giving you a like for the title alone! LOOOOOOOL!!!!
FacePalm Added Nov 9, 2018 - 2:12am
David-
From my understanding, the DNC really had no choice but to nominate The Liar; she'd made a deal with them involving funding, as they were apparently pretty broke in 2015.  But yep, most corrupt, criminal, kleptomaniac, megalomaniac, candidate EVER.  Sick, too, and in more than just physical ways; the spazzing-out thing was something so bad...i have no idea how or why any voter would ignore that in order to put her in charge of the nuclear football, other than unjustified hatred of Trump.  Then there were the abundant testimonies concerning her contempt for military men and the SS witnessing multiple insane rages...ugh.
 
As to Kavanaugh, did you hear the main priority of Schiff?  Did he propose ANYthing good for America?  No.  As his highest priority, he wants to impeach Kavanaugh.
 
But as Napoleon allegedly once said, "When your enemy is making a mistake, don't tell him."
 
Ken-
i'm with you.  Christie shouldn't get anywhere near the AG job.  His corruption on that bridge deal should have sunk his political boat permanently.
Whoever he gets, i suspect he will have learned his lesson with Sessions. and have several heart-to-hearts with the candidate before nominating him.
 
What surprises me, though, is that Trump seems to not have had a candidate ready to go, since both Jeff and the president knew he was a goner - which is what leads me to believe he may well go for Whitaker, especially if he goes after Mueller with any degree of grim determination, OR if he approves a Grand Jury for the Liar.  Lord knows, there's abundant evidence to put that witch away for the remainder of her natural life.
Flying Junior Added Nov 9, 2018 - 2:58am
Face,
 
I guess you could call it bait.  I love it when the mere mention of these lovely democratic female politicians just stirs up the angriest emotions imaginable.  lolz
 
Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi are both just sweet little old ladies who have been reliable public servants.  Yeah, let's get those indictments!  Hillary for prison indeed.  Do you realize how silly that sounds to somebody who doesn't consume alt-right propaganda?  All I can do is chuckle in disbelief.  SMH

Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 9, 2018 - 3:57am
@Junior"Remember that Hillary Clinton was a squeaky-clean candidate with a very solid list of accomplishments to support her run for the presidency.  This did not matter to the Clinton-haters Club. "
 
Well above is an example of an alternative fact.
 
@ Junior. " I'm not saying there are not female conservatives with the ultra-right wing cred to step up.  But there really are not any at this time with any popular support.  Let's face it.  No way in hell the RNC will allow a female to be nominated even in 2024.  Maybe in 2024 if the dems take back the White House."
 
Women stepped up in the primary and they will in the general. Trumps was not qualified vis-a-vis the usual pedigrees of someone running for high office. His qualification was that he was not a politician, was not afraid to say his shit, and was seen as someone who would cleanse the WhiteHouse from the stench and the "non-American value decadence" of the Obamas.  Angry Christian saw the purity of the WhiteHouse made Black with the stain of homosexuality, for example.  Hence, if Mickey Mouse ran to the right of Trump, he would have won.
 
So, significantly, any woman who the Democrats put up after the Trump's muddying of the swamp--our Constitution--( and War with Iran on behalf of Isreal) would succeed as Trump did.
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 9, 2018 - 4:05am
@ Rusty. "We're wasting far too much time on gender issues.  If we focus on qualifications instead, we'd all be better off."
 
 
Preceding is similar to a teacher matching your phenotype standing in front of a NYC classroom and stating she does not see color. What was Trump's qualification? Seems to me there is more need to focus on gender issues in these uncertain times. Lets say, wives meet husbands resulting in a million marriages and after five years, not one American child is born. Would that not harbinger a national security crisis needing a focus on gender issues? 
FacePalm Added Nov 9, 2018 - 4:17am
FJ-
Just curious; as you probably recall, Whitaker is now in charge of the DoJ, and he's publicly stated that he believes that MORE than enough evidence exists to charge and convict The Liar.
 
If he proceeds with prosecution, and lays out his case, will you still defend her in the light of her guilt?
 
Also, "lovely"?  If you're serious - well, everyone has their own tastes, i suppose.  Mind tend to be anti-shrew, but whatever floats yer boat.
 
Yet in truth, i suspect yet more bait.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 9, 2018 - 4:29am
@Steel. "@Rusty.....a resounding AMEN!"
 
Here is a piece of info worthy of emulation.
 
Groupthink is great if one is the thought leader. " Here folks drink this coolaid while I go out back to take care of some business."
 
 
@ Troll. "As a minority who has been around for awhile, I can safely say that white men would vote for a black man waaaayyy before voting for any woman, just saying..."
 
What was your opinion when the unwritten Constitution held sway?Tell me what such Constitution stated and I will entertain you in a more substantive discussion.
 
 
"To Dr. Green: I fully agree with you. I don't know how we could move the people to look beyond colour and gender. But it is true that a party without message has to use this kind of strategy to target specific groups. Furthermore, the movement against the White Man has only started. It will increase in the next two years and we have to do something about it. I have already observed white elitists talking against white men in a sick display of fake auto-racism. "
 
 
@ Susitna. What is it that you agree with me on?  It appears your agreement is on the need for us White brothers to stand against those man-hating women.
 
Because I have a fondity for the ladies' privities, even that of man-haters, I cannot stand with you on your statement, if I interpreted it correctly, to risk woman across the nation all closing their boxes.
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 9, 2018 - 4:50am
@ Ken.
 
"What alternate universe do you live in?  There has probably never been a more corrupt candidate than HRC.  Certainly has never been a candidate under FBI criminal investigation (that had to fixed to do everything they could not to indict her)
 
That is one of the most moronic statements here in at least an hour.
 
I share your sentiment. However in the use of word trap, one can say apparently foolish or moronic things to confound the wise person or to bait the start of a discussion. Dont fall for it. 
 
 
@ Face Palm.
 
Good response except for the fact Trump cannot get away with subversion. He must not be able to have a court issue a verdict he wants.
 
@ Face.
"You seem to have sex on your mind a lot.  Referring to women as "pink pussies" and to the "Johnsons" of men rather undermines your argument and makes an easy platform from which to disparage your statements, doesn't it?"
 
I am doing an about-face on you.
 
Yes, I do have a predilection for a good box. However, the rest of your post would evidence one being domiciled under a rock if s/he attributes "pink Pussies to me. Then, it could be one is a recent immigrant and has not gotten a lay of the land after the election of President Trump.
 
Please excuse me if I move to elevate your understanding.
Susitna Added Nov 9, 2018 - 5:38am
To Dr. Green: I am with you 100%. I didn't explain myself correctly:
But it is true that a party without message has to use this kind of strategy to target specific groups. Furthermore, the movement against the White Man has only started.
1)
The Dems don't have anything positive to offer other than lies and mental slavery and this is why they focus now on gender politics and they are targeting women because it is going to be very difficult for men to attack women, you know? Again the game with the women card etc. 
2)
The movement against the White Man is more than scary. Women will be the first to start attacking them and then other groups will join.....this strategy will increase day after day in the next two years. Look how they dare to say the most horrible things about Trump and they get a free pass because he is white.
If we could only find a way to educate people to put the fact that they are American first and not this and that. I don't know why some women can become so aggressive and kind of maniacs on the streets. It looks like they need only abortions and not a job or something to eat. Women need to learn to respect themselves and to make the right choices. Most of all, women have to accept that we are inevitable different than men, and this is a good thing. We complement each other. 
I hope that you understand me now. I will be out of the platform for a few days. I have to meditate. God bless you.
 
Rusty Smith Added Nov 9, 2018 - 10:20am
FacePalm I think your speculation about Rubert is a little short sighted.  He is not so much fixated on sex is he is good at using language that elicits emotional responses from people who lose sight of logic when they see words that push their hot buttons.
 
I think he enjoys causing overly emotional people say stupid things.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 10, 2018 - 4:01am
@ Cullen. "Americans nearly voted a woman president in 2008. A no name guy who gave pretty speeches wrestled the Democratic nomination from her and went on to easily beat the Republican nominee.
 
I think the country has been ready for well over a decade or more. It's just that the right candidate hasn't come along. "
Yes, Shirley Chisolm did run for the presidency, but it was her kin folks who became the first Africanoid president if Abe and Bill are discounted. So, America was ready and it was NOT true that Hillary Lost because of sexism--American men refusal to work under a woman president. American men have even been working underneath enslaved women and would have no problem working under a White woman who was president.
However, they want to work under a woman president with impeccable qualities.
 
@ Cullen. "Margaret Thatcher made history in the late 1970's being the first heavy hitting (democratically elected) world leader.
 Today, people would easily vote a female president who was qualified for the office (and had the right platforms). "
 
Yes, she had an Iron front. I use the term because of my drill instructor while I trained to become a police officer was so named.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 10, 2018 - 4:16am
@ Thomas. “Dr. Green, I do not see you as a conservative Republican, the fact that you even suggest that Trump will lead to a women president.  Obama actually didn't lead to Trump.”
 
Now Thomas, let me take you back to school. The first wordings is not a sentence. It is a phrase---a group of words that make sense but not complete sense. Hence, the argument in your post has no rhetorical foundation. I could stop here and not entertain your post any further.  However, a good educator understands what the young student is trying to say as opposed to how s/he says it.  A properly placed for will make your introductory phrase a sentence.
Please make the correction and get back to me. I look forward to addressing the rest of your piece.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 10, 2018 - 4:29am
@ Jeff. "That's okay, Dr. Green, Sutrino is a TINO to impress oter rightists on WB, nothing more.  Only stupid people believed in "We can't lose."  Certain defeat was sure to follow.  It's like all this talk of "Waves."  Huh?  Rule #1 in politics is never think "we've got this one in the bag."  These days Millennials (vast number of campaign workers are Millennials-den't need to pay them much) take this as a sign to stop doing anything and retreat into social media and their screens.  No Sutrino, media chose Trump for one reason: ratings, not because it was easy. You do always follow the fool's path here, Sutrino"
 
 
Thanks Jeff.  Sutrino, notwithstanding his, follicles,( malapropism used here) is a fervent contributor and respected member of the WB family. If it were not so, he would have been ran out of town as Ryan was. Sutrino gives us ammunition to rally against his argument and to scratch our heads as to his use of talking points that lack his thinking. He his an undaunted punching bag and we love him for his endearing qualities. I love the intellectual sparing he accords me and will never do anything to disrespect him as a person.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 10, 2018 - 4:41am
@ David. "If Trump fails miserably there will be a reaction against him in another direction, as there was with the traitorous Obama.  Hillary was the most corrupt candidate ever - the Democrats shot themselves in the foot nominating her in 2016.  Kavanaugh seems like he has good character and dozens of women showed up to testify on his behalf"
In its truest manifestation, WB should be a place that accords us the opportunity to ex[ress our disparate views and not be cowered down or cursed at. The reaction against trump is already evident with the rising of the pink pussies and the subsequent record number of women elected.
 
The argument that Obama is a traitor is extreme and represents the view of ardent haters. Would America let a traitorous president get away while persecuting one for his wandering Johnson?   More so that shooting themselves in the foot, they did in the arse with nominating Hillary, of whom they were scared. Kavanaugh should be removed from the Supreme Court.
FacePalm Added Nov 10, 2018 - 4:45am
Rupert-
the rest of your post would evidence one being domiciled under a rock if s/he attributes "pink Pussies to me.
 
O-okaaay - allow me to paste the title to your article, which you wrote:
 
"The Pink Pussy Standing: Onto the White House--They Are Not Taking it Lying Down Anymore"
 
So, who should i attribute the phrase to if NOT you?
 
Also, from your first paragraph:
 
We then saw women making a stand with their Pink Pussy Uprising
 
?  And you think i'm living under a rock? 
 
Have you been taking lessons from CNN...?
 
Rusty-
It's one thing to write outrageous things in order to provoke a reaction; it's quite another to plainly do so and then deny having done so when the evidence to the contrary is blatantly in-your-face.
 
i generally do my best not to react to people(except IRL, where failure to react near-instantaneously can result in loss of life or limb), but to always respond, where reason is at least being attempted, anyhow.  If someone is either figuratively or literally sticking their fingers in their ears while shouting "La-la-la" as loudly as possible, no conversation IS possible.  #walkaway, right?
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 10, 2018 - 5:04am
 
 
@Micheal B. "Rupert, I'm giving you a like for the title alone! LOOOOOOOL!!!!"
 
Thanks. Careful you do not start something that leads to multiple responses to my articles. I write in a manner to limit responses so I do not have many people to respond to. 
 
Yes, communication has multiple meanings and I am adept at expressing meanings even with the graphics I use. Sometimes what I am expressing is more in the picture, the heading, and less in the narrative. Of course, if one can decipher my narrative and not be confused based on his/her worldview, s/he will have a good laugh and leave filled with mirth and gaiety. A significant point of your response is that there are people you look forward to reading on WB and other you tippytoe through the daffodil as you do. Heck, with Mayhem, Murder, and Madness (MMM), making the KKK look like choir girls,  WB can be a shelter in the time of storm where meaning is made clear, even for those using a hammer, cut and paste, or oratorical sleight of hand.
 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 10, 2018 - 5:16am
@FacePalm.
 
"avid-
From my understanding, the DNC really had no choice but to nominate The Liar; she'd made a deal with them involving funding, as they were apparently pretty broke in 2015.  But yep, most corrupt, criminal, kleptomaniac, megalomaniac, candidate EVER.  Sick, too, and in more than just physical ways; the spazzing-out thing was something so bad...i have no idea how or why any voter would ignore that in order to put her in charge of the nuclear football, other than unjustified hatred of Trump.  Then there were the abundant testimonies concerning her contempt for military men and the SS witnessing multiple insane rages...ugh."
 
You responded to David so no elaboration is needed from me. You use extreme words for your dislike of Hillary. By entertaining such views withing you, could it lead to some psychosis? I mean I hate/fear snakes that the minute I see one in my garden, it must be killed--not considering it could be a good snake keeping mice out of my cabbage patch. Killing does not have to be physical. If one extremely hates another and the person shows on the TV, does the body not react negatively, if, of course, a chair is not thrown through the TV? 
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 10, 2018 - 7:43am
Dr. Green I am going to stand behind how conservatives think.  Sex is not a criteria for a person's capacity to do a job, with the exception of jobs that are based on strength: infantry, construction, some manufacturing.  So Trump could not increase the chances of a female president to a conservative.  It depends on the candidates.
FacePalm Added Nov 10, 2018 - 9:20pm
Rupert-
You apparently have little idea just how evil "she" has been, is now, and is likely to remain until imprisoned, preferably for life.
 
If you read the Podesta emails, you'd have a clue.  Do you know what the words "spirit cooking" mean?  Does the name "Marina Abramovic" mean anything to you?

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