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My impression of David Letterman is that people in general, and women in particular, exist to jump at his command and serve his every whim. And I am still outraged that CBS did not fire him in June for his sexist remarks about former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and his rapes jokes about her daughters. Conservatives made a big mistake by not demanding his termination or resignation until they got it, if not out of respect for Gov. Palin, then out of self-interest in ensuring that conservative candidates and thinkers are safe to enter the marketplace of ideas without worrying about attacks on their family members and in confronting sexism as a pernicious prejudice that is destructive to all females.
And as for the comedians who stood up for Dave and the right to say anything — the most egregious was Steven Crowder, since he is a conservative — I’m still waiting for even one of them to take up my dare and make a YouTube video using the exact words of Letterman’s jibes at Gov. Palin and her daughters but substituting the names of Michelle Obama and her daughters.
Because I’m thinking there will turn out to be some things you just don’t say, after all. According to the exact same people who defended Letterman and the right to say anything.
Anyhoo, karma’s a bitch and just this week she forced Letterman to admit publicly that he sexually preyed on the women on his staff, including the woman who bore his son and finally roped him into marriage in March. It doesn’t look like CBS is going to fire him over it. But it does look like there is no need to campaign to fire David Letterman, at least for now, because he seems to be handling his own self-destruction perfectly well. The wheels of cosmic justice may grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!