And it was totally worth it!!
*wipes residual drops off infidel Jew face*
OH MAH GAWD, this is a beauty.
Underscoring the jokes is a very serious note, about how "profoundly evil" our society has become, because, Steyn points out, we have now raised several generations of individuals that want to be something else, something third world, minority, strange, deviant and whatnot, just without all the actual risks to human life, or actually you know LIVING in a third world sh&thole.
I'm dying!!! JUST DYING!!!
"Senator Warren walks like a white, quacks like a white, looks whiter
than white. As I like to say, she's the whitest white since Frosty the
Snowman fell in a vat of White-Out. And yet The Fordham Law Review
hailed her as Harvard Law School's "first woman of color", and good for
them. Why do we impose outmoded stereotypes and demand that black women
be black? Why can't a woman of color retain her pallor? After all, as The New York Post informed us, "Caitlyn Jenner Still Has Her Penis"."
"Is that the first American newspaper headline to use the phrase "her
penis"? If so, it won't be the last."
"Caitlyn Jenner still has her penis,
Elizabeth Warren still has her pallor, Jeb Bush still has his pad at
Kennebunkport, Rashaqua'nishia Brunnhilde von Dolezal still has her
swastika. But all of them have recognized that it's last orders at the
White Privilege saloon. So too have all those so-called "allies" of the
LGBTQWERTY crowd, the straight end of the high-school "gay-straight
"Is there anything more totally fagulous than being an
"ally"? It's way gayer than gay: You go along to the meetings with all
the gays, but you don't get any of that great anal sex, you just get to
take the minutes. Even in the Republic of Paperwork, you'd have thought
that would be a tough sell. But no: all the cool heteros - okay, not
cool, but the least uncool - are lining up to take it."
OK I THINK I HAVE TO QUIT THE INTERNET FOR THE DAY BECAUSE MARK STEYN JUST WON IT.
"But that's the left's genius. If the personal is political, why can't it
still be political even when it's not personal? In contemporary
America, race and sexuality are no longer confined to personal identity
but to professional status markers - so why not be professionally black,
professionally gay, professionally Cherokee?