Here's one of Al Franken's brilliant, "inclusive and diversity minded" quips: “Why don’t we focus on what Afghan women can do? They can cook, bear children and pray. As I recall, that was fine for our grandmothers.”
Actually, Mr. Toilet Brain, that is what my wife has done. It's also fine for her and she's proud of it - and so am I. She's also run a business, fed the poor, taken in the homeless, nursed sick animals (both wild and domestic) back to health, led a 4H youth group, tutored disadvantaged children, taught Sunday school, and borne six children - four of whom she homeschooled and all who've become productive, God-fearing members of society. She's also the grandmother of 13. All her children and grandchildren love her dearly. Most Americans would agree that being a mother is the most important role a woman could play. (Your idiotic, mean-spirited comment says much more about you than anything and proves you - and your ilk - are out of touch with the majority of Americans.)
Of course, being a productive member of society is no doubt foreign to you since your resume consists of being a failed, not-so-funny comedian and a failed, not-so-interesting talk-show host. You tried to be funny and weren't, you talked a lot and nobody listened - come to think of it, the U.S. Senate is the perfect career move for you!
We're all looking forward to your words of wisdom from the Senate floor. You'll be with like-minded folks, that's for sure. By the way, is the stuffed bear one of the "votes" you came up with to steal the election in Minnesota?
One suggestion - put the Luvs diaper over your mouth to catch the filth that will no doubt be spewing out of it.
End of rant - regular programming from the self-confessed ignorant will continue soon. Personally, I prefer self-confessed ignorance over the unaware variety. ;o)
Or, as Amos Bronson Alcott once said, “To be ignorant of one's ignorance is the malady of the ignorant.”