So now Steven Crowder is being targeted for his dismissing of Ashley Judd as a serious candidate for the Senate.
Here’s Stevens take on the kerfuffle:
As you know, Ashley Judd has recently been heard equating both mining and purchasing Apple Products to “rape.” So my commentary at CPAC on her stupid, and insensitive comparisons was exactly this
“This just in, Ashley Judd just tweeted that purchasing apple products is akin to rape… from her iPhone”
I followed it up with “Rape? Really, now she knows what my mind felt like after Divine Secrets of YaYaSisterhood”
This convention started on March 14, 2013. Ashley Judd made her famous remark in an article, which is titled “Costs of Convenience”, on her website in 2010.
This is what she wrote:
“AppIe is known for the clean lines of their products, the alluring simplicity of their designs. Dare I….go so far….as to suggest…this signature cleanness is stained by the shit and urine of raped women’s leaking fistulas?
I dream of the day when Apple and other electronics companies fully commit to Tracing, Audting, and Certifying the minerals they use in their products, and rape minerals are successfully excluded from the marketplace.”
Seems to me that once Ashley opened that bag of worms she should have been expecting someone to call her on it. That’s how they play in the big league Ash………you and your fans are going to have to get a thicker skin. After all Gov. Palin and her family were called all sorts of names and had death threats hurled at them on TV, radio and the internet. They even had a stalker move in next door to try to get embarrassing or intimate photos of any one of them. Y’all might take a look at this site for some of the more colorful comments directed at the former governor and her family, even baby Trig was not left out. Bill Maher and his vulgar female body part comment aside most of the heinous comments came from “sistas”. So do not be surprised Ash.
What I’m surprised at is that no one on either side of the aisle has brought up Ms. Judd’s flirtation with exhibitionism. I realize that taking ones clothes off for money is not longer frowned on as immoral, maybe that is why the moral ambiguity of political life does not seem daunting to this B list actress. The left would like us to believe that the willingness of someone to take off their clothes for money has nothing to do with their fitness for a position of authority. I maintain however that someones inability to make good decisions that will not come back to bite them is one of the things we need in a congressperson. Obviously she doesn’t have enough sense to stay properly clothed, why would we expect her to make good decisions that will affect the lives of thousands or millions of people, many of whom actually have some kind of moral compass that tells them that slutting around in front of a camera no matter how much money you make or how self absorbed you are, is not in their best interest nor is it in the best interest of the country.
Another little aside. When Sharia law begins to seriously encroach on all aspects of American life, women like Ms. Judd are going to be the first before the headman’s axe. Not wishing, just extrapolating. Women who flaunt themselves, who strut around on screen naked or half naked are going to be stoned, and not in the fun way, just like they do in Tehran. If they’re in the government, that’s even better. A much more efficient and high profile example. So if I were you Ash, and I’m saying this one sista to another, I’d find someone with real experience, someone who’s smarter than pet rock to run for Senate. Someone perhaps that gives more thought to the people they will represent than you do to what kind of underwear you will or won’t wear to the next big premiere or award ceremony.
Of course that would be if you were interested in public service not publicity. And we all know that “any publicity is good publicity. Right?