Skip to comments.Who's Tired of Pink
Posted on 01/14/2008 12:18:24 PM PST by Jack Black
Who's Tired of Pink? Posted January 11, 2008 | 11:45 AM (EST)
I am so tired of pink men bombing brown children and rationalizing it as fighting terrorism. I am so tired of pink men telling women (of all colors) what to do with their wombs--which connect with their brains--in case you forgot. I am so tired of pink men telling us we should stay in Iraq for generations. I am so tired of pink men buying bombs and cheating schools. I am so tired of pink men having wives who stand behind them and nod sagely on television. I am so tired of pink men expecting that someone--a brown, black, yellow or white woman--will trail behind them changing light bulbs, taking out garbage, washing laundry, keeping food in the house, taking care of kids of all ages, of parents of all ages. I am so tired of pink men whose wives double or triple the family income thinking they can spend it without doing a damn thing at home. I am so tired of pink men spouting nonsense on TV. I am so tired of pink men arguing, blathering, bloviating, predicting the future--usually wrongly--and telling women to shut up. I am so sick of hearing that another pink man has dropped his children out a window, off a bridge or killed his pregnant wife or killed his unpregnant wife because he was infatuated with another pregnant woman. I am so sick of pink men making war and talking about peace. I am so sick of pink men appointing their mediocre cronies to judgeships, to political advisors, to cushy jobs, to columns in the paper, to multimillion-dollar posts as CEOS or actors (while the actresses make less) or producers or writers or newsreaders or talk show bloviators or supposedly sage counselors at law. I am so tired of pink men.
Email Print Comment And by the way some brown men and tan men and wheaten men do these things too.
Don't tell me about women who kill. I know there are some--but fewer. So let's just remember our mothers--who bore us, protected us against our fathers and grandfathers and all the pink or brown men who wanted to rape us or kill us or starve us because we were girls.
I am not stupid. I know all generalizations are false. I know there are bad mothers, bad women, bad sisters, bad aunts, and bad females of every stripe. But I have seen enough men in high office to last a lifetime.
Let's give women a chance!
I'm sure, as an author, the Ms. Jong is aware that the term "pink" is as derogatory a epithet for whites as exists. It is typically folllwed by the word "m.f." in the conversation of anti-white racists. A group the Ms. Jong unabassadley joins with this article.
Is the progressive community, as typified by Huffington Post now suggesting we return to judging people, and generalizing about them, based on the color of their skin?
This is a sickening article and Huff Post, even Huff Post, should not have published it.
Especially given the overheated racial rhetoric the Clinton campaign is engaging in, this is terrible.
An apology is owed to Whites and readers for this abomination.
I can sum this article up in one sentence:
Vote for Hillary since she’s a woman.
Freakin liberals...always take forever and a day to say what they really think!
The Pinkskins aren't gonna like this.
I give up, where are these pink people? Were we invaded by extraterrestrials while I was at lunch?
I am so tired of wrinkly women telling men (of all complexions) that hiding under the bed and whining is a form of courage.
Louisiana gave a woman a chance. Governor Blanco, remember?
Along came one crisis, and she broke down to the point where thousands were in danger because of her dithering and inaction.
So... do people really want more of *that*? I think not.
Erica Jong definitley has issues......
The only comment this article warrants is my tagline.
I’m tired of Code Pink.
I’m Mistah Pink!
“Don’t tell me about women who kill. I know there are some—but fewer.”
Never heard of abortion?
I’m tired of Pink too. Code Pink, but something tells me Ms Jong may like that particular shade of pink.
That's highly debateable.
Why do you get to be Mr. Pink? You be Mr. Green and let me be Mr. Pink.
She's not my favourite singer ... but I can't say I'm "tired" of her.
She cannot sing too.
Erica ... then maybe its time for you to check out
I’m surprised anyone takes Erica Jong seriously on any topic to be honest.
This is an assinine racist diatribe. I’m sure that Oprah Winfrey would agree that a given woman is unable to earn as much as any given ‘pink’ man. Sheesh, give me a break.
No thanks. She’s a used-up skank.