Friday, March 14, 2008

I Guess Shiksas Aren't What They're Cranked Up To Be

Commenting on the Spitzer Shpritz, Dr. Laura said:-

VIEIRA: Do you think women play any role in this, Dr. Laura?

SCHLESSINGER: It's interesting. what you said about what men need -- men do need validation. When they come into the world they're born of a woman. Getting the validation from mommy is the beginning of needing it from a woman. When the wife does not focus in on the needs and the feelings sexually, personally, to make him feel like a man, to make him feel like a success, to make him feel like our hero, he's very susceptible to the charm of some other woman making him feel what he needs. These days, women don't spend a lot of time thinking about how they can give their men what they need.

VIEIRA: Are you saying women should feel guilty, like they somehow drove the man to cheat?

SCHLESSINGER: You know what, the cheating was his decision to repair what's damaged, and to feed himself where he's starving. But, yes, I hold women accountable for tossing out perfectly good men by not treating them with the love and kindness and respect and attention they need.

So, the "Shiksa Complex" is not what it's cranked up to be (Silda Wall Spitzer is not Jewish)?

1 comment:

Daniel said...

Is it such a tragedy that vermin like Spitzer pass their genes onto the gentile world?