Hey guys, anyone who wants to replace Nancy Pelosi is a sexist. Just an FYI.
Ian says so.
This thing where an obscure male backbencher thinks he deserves to replace the most accomplished woman in Congress is how sexism works. https://t.co/mHaNuQcRib
— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) November 20, 2016
An obscure MALE backbencher, gosh Ian, that’s harsh. What, you’re not going to point out he’s an evil white guy too?
Tim Ryan has been in office for 13 years, he’s younger, he’s less establishment, uses far less Botox and has fresher ideas for a party that is dying. Did you see what happened to the Democrats this year? Painful. It’s clear Democrats are tired of cranky old ladies who think they know what’s best for the party when they don’t.
But sure, it’s sexism for anyone to want to challenge Pelosi.
I agree. The Democrats should keep Pelosi until she dies and however she performs. Otherwise they’re sexists. https://t.co/VYFEh8Zvrs
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 21, 2016
Republicans of course love this idea because Pelosi (and other Democratic dinosaurs) is killing the party. With her in any semblance of authority the Democrats have had years and years of legislative losses.
Thanks y’all, keep it up.
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) November 21, 2016
YES. BECAUSE SEXISM!
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) November 20, 2016
Shhhh woman. Don’t you know speaking out against Pelosi is sexist?! Even if you’re a woman … oh wait, is that how this sexism thing works? It’s all so confusing.
How dare anyone born after the New Deal have any say in how the Democratic Party is run… @imillhiser
— StompyMech (@Stmpy_Mch) November 21, 2016
— Lisa B. (@politeracy) November 21, 2016
There ya’ go. Tenure means nothing, and in government, it means even less. Resting on your years of service versus what you’ve actually done for the country is not a winning strategy.
Actually, sexism is that thing where you think the little lady needs protection from competition in her job because vagina. @imillhiser
— Mark Bunner (@WVGoldenwolf) November 21, 2016
— Michael (@Nel_Mezzo) November 21, 2016
Time for a change.
Even Obama said so … eight years ago.