Sunday, October 9, 2016

John Craig on how men talk when there are no women present

Again he does it. John Craig [link] very frequently says things I've been trying to say, but he's more succinct and clearer about it. This is one of those times. This nonsense about something Trump said rather pales in comparison to what the saintly JFK actually did, never mind the outrageous behavior of LBJ and Clinton. And should we bring up Hillary and Huma Abedin? You know, her long-time BFF and intimate colleague who is married to Anthony Wiener for crying out loud and you people are looking at Trump to find sexual misbehavior? That was something Trump said over a decade ago, which may have been totally made-up for posturing in the locker room anyway. It's typical BS from guys like Trump, which, as John Craig asserts, make up maybe 75% of the male population. They don't know what the fuss is all about. They'd much rather vote for a guy who talks about p*ssy than for a crazy old lady who calls them "deplorable."

Many people have pointed this fact out: Where men gather without women present, they talk differently, and discuss different subjects.

As far as I know, women talk differently too, when there aren't any men around. Anybody know for sure about that? What do they talk about?

Well, here's John Craig to explain it as only he can:

Newsflash: that's how most guys talk

You've undoubtedly heard of the recording from eleven years ago where Donald Trump talked about how he tried to have sex with a married woman.

Trump said:

"She was down in Palm Beach and I moved on her. I moved on her and I failed. I'll admit it. I did try and fuck her. She was married....You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful women, I just start kissing them, it's like a magnet. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything....."

Now, all sorts of politicians are claiming to be shocked and appalled by Trump's vulgarity. According to the Washington Post:

After the video appeared online Friday afternoon, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton wrote on Twitter: “This is horrific. We cannot allow this man to become president.” 

[No one could ever accuse Hillary of being self-serving.]

Her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.), told reporters, “It makes me sick to my stomach,” while campaigning in Las Vegas.

[Funny, he himself evoked that same reaction from much of the audience during the VP debate.]

Planned Parenthood Action Fund, which has endorsed Clinton, issued a statement from Executive Vice President Dawn Laguens saying: “What Trump described in these tapes amounts to sexual assault.”

[But there's a big difference between merely describing it and actually doing it, as Bill Clinton did.]

Trump was also criticized by members of his own party. House Speaker Paul D. Ryan, who said he is “sickened” by Trump’s comments, said the Republican presidential candidate will no longer appear with him at a campaign event in Wisconsin on Saturday. “Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests.”

Ryan's holier-than-thou posturing is particularly sickening, given that he's obviously lusting after the 2020 nomination, and is hoping that Trump does not get elected -- and Hillary does -- which will clear the path for him.

It's hard to believe that any of the people who've claimed to be so shocked at Donald Trump's words are actually all that shocked, since this is the way most men talk when they're with their buddies. In fact, the only guys who never talk like this are stiffs (~20% of the male population), true gentlemen (~1%), gay men (~4 or 5%), and self-righteous, hypocritical politicians (<1 description="" fits="" of="" population="" that="" the="" though=""> 90% of politicians).

I'm guessing Paul Ryan falls into at least two of those categories, and "true gentlemen" is not one of them. 

And what did that tape tell us that we didn't already know? That Trump is an egotistical boor? We already knew that.

So what? Hillary is a corrupt, traitorous sociopath.

A couple things from that tape. First, note that Trump admitted to failing his seduction attempt. His honesty puts him a level above many men, who simply lie about their manly pursuits. (For instance, Paul Ryan, who ran a marathon in 4:01:25 and then claimed to have broken three hours.)

Second, I doubt that Trump ever once made a pass at a woman by grabbing her by the pussy. Whatever his other failings, Trump is undoubtedly a man of the world. As such, he had undoubtedly learned by age 59 that starting off an attempted seduction that way is not the most effective method of landing a woman in bed.

Trump was obviously just trying to make a point by exaggerating what he could get away with as a celeb. There was a certain schoolyard bravado to his words; if you want to say that's pathetic for a 59-year-old, I won't argue.

But better empty boasting than what Bill Clinton did, which was to actually did grope -- and in some cases, rape -- women against their will.

If Hillary brings up the recent video in the debate tonight, Trump should respond, "Hillary, I just talked about it -- which I regret. Your husband has actually done those things, and worse. You've said I shouldn't be President because of my words. Do you feel your husband should never have been President because of his actions? And while we're at it, you were in charge of the war room dealing with all the so-called bimbo eruptions around Bill. You savaged all of those poor women who were Bill's victims. Does this mean you shouldn't be President?"
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The original is at 
http://justnotsaid.blogspot.com/2016/10/newsflash-thats-how-most-guys-talk.html
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Quibcag: These are the girls of K-On! (けいおん! Keion!) As you can see, they're not talking like Trump, but like Japanese schoolgirls. Very chaste and decent.  They never talk about  膣.

1 comment:

  1. I suppose we can all look forward to yet another unwelcome appearance by Willard Romney droning on about civility and how "this is not who we are". We they are is a bunch of prissy cuckold faggy upper class twits whose panties are in another bunch cause they didn't get what their donors wanted and if Trump doesn't lose all of them will lose their cinchy no work jobs and have to actually do something productive for their next paycheck.

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