National Organization for Women Renamed: National Weiner Organ.

The National Organization for Women should consider renaming themselves The National Weiner Organ due to their support for liberal male pervert-liars everywhere.

This Anthony Weiner story sure has endurance. With each new revelation, his most ardent supporters morph into a new and never-before-seen kind of partisan hack. Case in point would be the National Organization for Women, which now should seriously consider changing its named to the National Weiner Organ. Like Janeane Garofalo, there seems to be no transgression too egregious for them to call off support (provided the offender has a ‘D’ next to his name).

The head of the Brooklyn/Queens chapter of the National Organization for Women leads the way into uncharted territory in defense of the indefensible:

“I wasn’t happy to discover that my congressman is a 14-year-old boy,” said Julie Kirshner, president of the NOW chapter.

“But he happens to be one of the best politicians out there, so we’re in a bad position. We’re trying to give him the benefit of the doubt.”

Suprised? You shouldn’t be. These are the same women who sit on the sidelines as Muslim thug-regimes overseas still have to be told that stoning women is a “no no.” These are the same women who hold “Slut Walk” protests against Toronto police officers instead of Sharia Law advocates around the globe.

The modern liberal American feminist is a joke, and the world knows it. They’re relegated to complaining about their lot in life in college campuses across the country, while conservative feminists are out there fostering successful careers and successful families.

Do you know what would be brave, Julie Kirshner? How about taking on the kind of men who won’t let women ride a unicycle, let alone a car—in Saudi Arabia. You won’t go there because that would require you to admit that, for all intents and purposes, Western Civilization has treated women pretty darn well. Instead, you’ll continue to give “the benefit of the doubt” to a guy who already told you it’s not necessary during a press conference, in print, and with publicly available images of his crotch. He lied. He admitted it. On television. For everyone to see (including 17 year old Twitter followers with a crush on him, and dirty-talking blackjack dealers in Las Vegas).

Congratulations, Julie Kirshner: You’ve won the Red Badge of Courage for your defense of Anthony Weiner. NOW (no pun intended), if you don’t mind, I’ll be surfing the net for more stories about real feminists like Neda, the kind who died standing up for the rights you take for granted.

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Janeane Garofalo: Weirdly Waxed Weiner Pic Fallout GOP’s Fault.

Janeane Garofalo blames "hypocrite Republicans" for the Anthony Weiner story. The liberal guy who honored his marriage vows by waxing his body and sending sexually explicit pictures to strangers when his wife wasn't looking? Not so much. It's amazing what liberal feminists are cool with these days if you have the right letter next to your name.

It wasn’t too long ago that Janeane Garofalo was calling conservatism a “mental disorder.” Along comes a liberalism’s Anthony Weiner, who plans to get psychiatric help for whatever compels him to expose himself to online strangers, and whose fault is it? Republicans, of course! Someone needs to ask Janeane Garofalo what kind of liberal sex scandal would change her opinion of the man.

At what point did liberal feminists start supporting men who honor their wives by engaging in online sexual perversions with Las Vegas Blackjack dealers?

Janeane Garofalo: [There is a] distraction that’s created [by] media that is overly-obsessed with this stuff than doing their job.

Bill Maher: I want him to stay too, but I can not look at him now—whatever he is saying: “Medicare for all” — I’ve seen your d**k.

Janeane Garofalo: That’s not his fault! That’s not his fault! And you actually haven’t technically seen his…

Bill Maher: Oh yes we have.

Janeane Garofalo: It was in his underwear, right?

Bill Maher: No. No. The one THIS week.

Janeane Garofalo: Either way, that doesn’t…if the media and the hypocrite Republicans didn’t keep this going, pretending the American people wanted it, it wouldn’t be something you had to discuss.

Got that? Anthony Weiner (married man, mind you), has been following women on Twitter and social media platforms for the last six years. He sends them sexually explicit messages. He forwards them pictures of his weirdly-waxed naked body. He lies about it to his friends, family, his inner circle, and the media for a week. He tries to destroy the reputation of those who—accurately—reported on the story, and yet Janeane blames Republicans.

What Janeane is really trying to say is, if Andrew Breitbart didn’t exist the liberal media would have never picked up on the story, it wouldn’t have *cough* exploded, and the world would be a better place. After all, who cares about a Congressman who sends sexually explicit material from his office, or sets himself up for extortion and bribery with online strangers? Who cares about a Congressman who is willing to have his supporters attempt to destroy another man’s reputation (i.e. ,Breitbart), to cover up for his lies? Why do that when there are boxes of mundane Sarah Palin emails to rummage through?

How’s a washed-up comedian make a living? Easy: Become an apologist for the worst behavior your side of the political spectrum has to offer. There’s always a market selling denial to partisan hacks. Watch Real Time for a few weeks. I only catch clips to see the audience hoot and holler with Pavlovian certainty when Maher throws them a liberal Scooby Snack (I don’t have time to go to the zoo).

Behold: The kind of married Congressman Janeane Garafalo and liberal feminists will defend to the death if they have a ‘D’ next to their name. *WARNING, explicit content*

Bourne Ultimatum’s Damon Stuck in Weiner Parallax.

Matt Damon, star of Green Zone, is stuck in the Weiner Zone. Correction: The Saving Private Ryan star now seeks to Save Weiner’s Privates.  Who knew that when he makes Youtube video pitches for New Yorkers to “cast a good Progressive vote,” that he really wants you to vote for anyone—so long as they aren’t conservative. At one time we thought we reached the bottom of the barrel when liberals were asking us to ponder the definition of the word “is.” Apparently our arms weren’t long enough.

Remember when Matt Damon was spooked by Sarah Palin? He referred to the notion that she could be president as a “really bad Disney movie.” It was a “terrifying possibility” for Matt because he wasn’t sure what her stance was on the existence of dinosaurs, or if she ever wanted to burn books. If Sarah Palin had a record of flashing strangers in online chat rooms (and a Progressive worldview), it’s a good bet the Hollywood actor’s opinion of her would skyrocket immediately. How else could anyone explain Damon’s plan to simply postpone a fundraiser for Congressman Weiner in the wake of the infamous press-conference confessional?

“It’s going to be postponed now because of all this…Look, I really support his politics…Anybody who fights for the working class and the middle class, I’ll help in any way I can.”

It seems odd that liberals like Matt Damon would now include phone sex and bizarre advances by married men in their definition of “working for the middle class,” but then again these are the same people who make excuses for Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro. Liberals can wear “Che” Guevara shirts because he was apparently for the “working class” (never mind the murder, death, kill messiness). They can downplay or outright ignore the despicable acts of the world’s worst dictators and despots when tyranny is cloaked in working class rhetoric.Congressman Weiner is obviously not on the same plane as any of the thugs Hollywood’s leftists are apologists for, but the episode serves as a microcosm of the kind of behavior liberals are willing to shrug off as a “distraction” when it’s perpetrated by one of their own.

Only to a liberal can a woman like Sarah Palin be “a terrifying possibility,” while Congressman Weiner—a man who was willing to destroy the reputation of others to cover up his own lies—is for the “working class.” Since when was setting yourself up for bribery and extortion through reckless and self-destructive behavior the mark of budding statesman? Answer: When a Hollywood actor made a movie titled The Legend of Bagger Vance and became one…in his own mind. Correction: when The Bourne Ultimatum star got stuck in the Weiner Parallax.

If Matt Damon wants to talk about Disney movies, he should pitch the one that just happened, where Andrew Breitbart was vindicated in ways typically seen in classic fairy tales.