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The vulgarity of liberal female “comedians”

By Michelle Malkin  •  August 12, 2010 10:23 AM

Left-wing female comedians are proving that they can be as crude and stupid as their male counterparts. Who knew that striving for gender equality meant pursuing the dream that one day, someday, liberal women would be able to mock their conservative counterparts’ sexuality with the unfettered vulgarity of Andrew Dice Clay?

Recently, Kathy Griffin attacked GOP Sen. Scott Brown’s daughters as “prostitutes” on her Bravo “comedy” show.

Now, via Brian Maloney at the Radio Equalizer, supposed funnywomen Stephanie Miller and Aisha Tyler make genital jokes (video at the link):

MILLER PRODUCER (24:00): I’m not sure, which is worse, if he actually believes all the crap he [Limbaugh] says, or if it’s just an act?

AISHA TYLER: I actually felt that way about Ann Coulter. She says the most outrageous things and I think sometimes she says them because she knows they’re going to get on. (Miller interrupts)

STEPHANIE MILLER: Of course, of course.

TYLER: I don’t know. I can’t decide either because okay it’s theater, so maybe there’s some kind of sophistication involved.

MILLER: I knew her years ago. I’ve said this many times on the air. She at some point went ‘oh, I have to say crazier bleep to sell books.’

TYLER: Yeah, but now she’s being out-crazied by Michelle Malkin, who by the way, I would kick right in the nuts if I met her. [Miller and staff laughing]

So Michelle, don’t let me catch you at the Beverly Center cause right in the nut sack is where my foot’s going. Wear a cup, lady.

In a follow-up, an indignant Miller defends her friend’s gutter “humor” and castigates unsophisticated conservatives who do not comprehend their nuance:

I hope you are proud, feminists.

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