So all the buzz with the feministos in the last 24 hours has been that Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker told Fox 25’s Sharmann Sacchetti, “Okay, this is going to be the last one, sweetheart,” when she asked him a question yesterday.
“Sweetheart?” Sacchetti replied.
“I’m kidding,” Baker said.
So naturally this is the biggest fucking injustice in the history of the world. Of course the Massachusetts chapter of the National Organization for Women issued a statement about this “sexist treatment of a female reporter.”
“Charlie Baker has proven once again that he does not take women or their concerns seriously in this race. His dismissive behavior and condescending use of ‘sweetheart’ in response to a question from a well-respected female journalist is just another example of his blatant disregard for women.”
Yea, Charlie Baker doesn’t take women or their concerns seriously. That’s it. We know this because he called a woman “sweetheart.” The humanity!! Think of the children!! And to make matters worse, check out what this vile piece of anti-feminsto garbage had to say about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell:
“When first asked last week if he thought Goodell should be fired or resign, Baker said he wasn’t sure and first wanted to see more information.”
Holy shit!!! Fuck this asshole. More information?? Fuck that. That’s not how America works. Get the lynch mob and take care of business. That’s what Charlie Baker should’ve said. Is it possible to HATE women more than this? I mean, obviously the #1 concern about a guy who wants to be governor of Massachusetts should be who the NFL owners whipping boy is for commissioner. I can’t think of anything that pertains more to Massachusetts women than the empty suit who holds the title of NFL Commissioner. I mean, if we elect Charlie Baker women might as well throw on a burqa and move to Saudi Arabia. At least the 58 princes of Saudi Arabia don’t like Roger Goodell.
What the hell is wrong with these idiots? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Roger Goodell might be the most overrated villain I’ve ever seen. The outrage about Goodell to me is so hilarious. You know who thinks it’s even funnier? Bob Kraft, Mark Davis, Paul Brown, and every other lucky sperm who owns an NFL team. Goodell works for them. He only acts in a manner that NFL owners allow him to act in. They didn’t want the Ray Rice tape coming out because it’s bad for the brand. Goodell covered it up because they wanted him to cover up.
Seriously, why do you think he still has a job? He is the most vilified and incompetent $40 million dooshnozzle that has ever walked the face of the earth. It would be SOOO easy to fire him. The answer is that he handled Ray Rice, Greg Hardy, and Adrian Peterson EXACTLY how the owners wanted it to be handled. Being a $40 million punching bag for the owners is a sweet gig if you can get it.
The bottom line is this – calling a woman “sweetheart” isn’t condescending towards women. It’s actually a power move that only some men can pull off. If I said it to a reporter it would be a big deal and rightfully so. I mean, who the fuck am I to be calling someone sweetheart? That’s my only beef with Charlie Baker – he hasn’t earned the right to call women “sweethearts” any more than I have. The only people who have a license to call women that are overly confident men who read the newspaper outside of the butcher’s shop all day.
That’s my only beef with Charlie Baker. He isn’t the old guy outside of the butcher shop. He’s a suit like Roger Goodell. So just to clear things up, it is OK for these guys to call a reporter “sweetheart”:
But this guy hasn’t earned the right:
However, even though Charlie Baker violated the Turtleboy “sweetheart” code, how about the NOW and the feministos chill the fuck out on this one. After all, everyone knows Turtleboy is the leading voice of REAL feminists around here. We’re sick of the wackjobs who have hijacked our movement. We want women like Erin Andrews to be fired and replaced by less attractive but more knowledgeable women. We want women who are ready to tackle the tough issues – like earning the right to shovel snow from their male oppressors. But going after a suit who violated the sweetheart code and didn’t have shit to say about an NFL matter that has nothing at all to do with him? That just isn’t high on our list of priorities.
Feel free to share your thoughts to keep the conversation going.