Part 1: The hubris of a single Republican representative.

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    Re: Part 1: The hubris of a single Republican representative.

    If the GOP female Congresswoman had used the term
    "abstract" or "impersonal" instead of "higher", you would have zero to snark about.

    Her overall point being that male pols dont communicate well, you might think the feminist left would be applauding.... 

    Instead you will get the usual liberal media misinterpretation...

     
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    Re: Part 1: The hubris of a single Republican representative.

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    you will get the usual liberal media misinterpretation...


     


     


     


     


    This is a quote: "we need our male colleagues to understand that if you can bring it down to a woman's level"


     


    Do you know what the word "quote" means?


     


     





    Do you know what 'out of context' means?


    "...and what is everything she is balancing in her life-that's the way to go."


    Do you really think this woman meant to say by men are "higher", that they have higher intelligence or are "above" women? She meant the exact opposite.

     
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    Re: Part 1: The hubris of a single Republican representative.

    The dumbing down of America continues

     
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    Re: Part 1: The hubris of a single Republican representative.

    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:

    In response to WhatNowDoYouWant's comment:

     


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    you will get the usual liberal media misinterpretation...


     


     


     


     


    This is a quote: "we need our male colleagues to understand that if you can bring it down to a woman's level"


     


    Do you know what the word "quote" means?


     


     


     




    Do you know what 'out of context' means?

     

     

    "...and what is everything she is balancing in her life-that's the way to go."

     

    Do you really think this woman meant to say by men are "higher", that they have higher intelligence or are "above" women? She meant the exact opposite.



    What are you talking about?  She didn't say men were more intelligent.  She said that men talk about things at a higher level as in "high level overview" vs the weeds. 

    Maybe she things that women want to bring the issue down to a personal level.

     
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