The actress and proud lady part fancies her self a political pundit of sorts. Twitchy has documented her forays into political discourse, which all seem to revolve around Republican men keeping the wimmenz down. Yesterday, Bush widened the target of her foot-stompage to include Republican women, namely Ann Romney. You see, Bush thinks Romney believes that, as a woman, she is inherently inferior. That’s right: Bush, who epitomizes the Julia mentality, is accusing Romney of not thinking for herself. Irony much?
Bush tweeted out a link to an article at Free Wood Post, a satirical site, about Ann Romney ridiculing the idea of women’s equality:
“Why should women be paid equal to men? Men have been in the working world a lot longer and deserve to be paid at a higher rate. Heck, I’m a working mom and I’m not paid a dime. I depend on my husband to provide for me and my family, as should most women… and if a woman does work, she should be happy just to be out there in the working world and quit complaining that she’s not making as much as her male counterparts. I mean really, all this wanting to be equal nonsense is going to be detrimental to the future of women everywhere. Who’s going to want to hire a woman, or for that matter, even marry a woman who thinks she is the same, if not better than a man at any job. It’s almost laughable. C’mon now ladies, are you with me on this?”
Bush seemed pretty flabbergasted by the article, but when a follower pointed out that it was from a satirical site, she brushed it off as if she’d known all along.
Of course she knew. And she spent the next several hours defending herself:
She works in comedy, guys. She’s an expert on satire.
“High brow”? Stand back, “dears.” Sophia Bush is high-brow.
So high-brow, in fact, that she doesn’t see anything wrong with slandering Romney. Yeah, it’s satire. But, like, Ann Romney would, like, totally denigrate women for realsies:
So, what makes it OK for Bush to take digs at Romney for things she never said? You guessed it: her vagina!
If Bush would take a moment to make the leap from her vagina to her brain, she might be more open to the truth about how women fare working under Democrats. She might also sound like less of an idiot.