Tuesday, January 16, 2007

California: It's Time For A Woman Governor

With all the liberal ecstasy over the ascendance of Nancy Pelosi to the post of Speaker of the House of Representatives it is a good time to pause and think about what it really means. Of course the American public allowed itself to be duped by the Democrat Party with regard to its political goals and ambitions, but it is hardly surprising when the herd follows its instinct to avoid trouble. The appalling state of the average US citizen’s ability to think critically will likely result in more difficulties in the future.

Still with so-called feminism apparently in the ascendant there is one question that has not been answered, and perhaps never asked. Why has the governorship of California never been held by a woman? It is well known that California represents all that is progressive and is the last bastion of reason and goodness in the United States; so why not elect a woman to the governor’s mansion?

While this question might seem to be a puzzle the answer is really quite simple: Democrats, liberals, ultra-liberals, still support white male dominance. The party is top heavy with old, white males, including former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia. The Democrat Party’s failure to support any major effort for national or state office by “protected class” citizens is disgraceful but unavoidable. This tendency bodes ill for Barak Obama’s political ambitions. Already the media is broadcasting beefcake pictures of Mr. Obama at the beach; can his candidacy be taken seriously? JFK was a one time senator and then was elected to the presidency; will Mr. Obama be allowed to fill Kennedy’s shoes?

With all the drivel emitting from the self-described arts crowd in Hollywood it seems that some effort should be made to live up to the prattle and get a woman in the governor’s chair. A likely candidate would fit the profile of a white lesbian weightlifter with a Hispanic surname whose previous experience might include a period as a sexworker in San Francisco, a grief counselor in Los Angeles, an Ebonics teacher in Oakland, and finally a city council member in Modesto.

Hats off to Nancy Pelosi, of course the men will still run things behind the skirts, and it might take another hundred years to get a woman governor in California.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ahem, "former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard Senator Robert Byrd of Virginia" is from WEST Virginia not Virginia. (from a proud Virginian)