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Hirsute fop Mark Steyn and Our Lady Of The Still Shrink-Wrapped Vagina Kathryn Jean Lopez are not very happy with the response to the Susan G. Komen’s very Jackass-esque (Do it, man. C’mon. Don’t be a pussy! …snicker snicker… Omigawd, they’re really going to do it! Get the camera…) antics this week. Instead of manning up (which I at least expected out of K-Lo) and admitting that the Komen people were the ones who thought sticking a fork in the wall outlet would be wicked cool, they’re blaming Planned Parenthood for showing the Komen people where they keep keep the silverware.

Let’s start with Steyn who has a well-known antipathy toward ladies who don’t see themselves as elaborately constructed Steyn Spawn poopers:

Dream on. Liberals take the same view as the proprietors of the Dar al-Islam: Once they hold this land, they hold it forever. Notwithstanding that those who give to the foundation are specifically giving to support breast-cancer research, Komen could not be permitted to get away with disrespecting Big Abortion. We don’t want to return to the bad old days of the back alley, when a poor vulnerable person who made the mistake of stepping out of line had to be forced into the shadows and have the realities explained to them with a tire iron. Now Big Liberalism’s enforcers do it on the front pages with the panjandrums of tolerance and diversity cheering them all the way. In the wake of Komen’s decision, the Yale School of Public Health told the Washington Post’s Sarah Kliff that its invitation to Nancy Brinker to be its commencement speaker was now “under careful review.” Because God forbid anybody doing a master’s program at an Ivy League institution should be exposed to anyone not in full 100 percent compliance with liberal orthodoxy. The American Association of University Women announced it would no longer sponsor teams for Komen’s “Race for the Cure.” Sure, Komen has raised $2 billion for the cure, but better we never cure breast cancer than let a single errant Injun wander off the abortion reservation. Terry O’Neill of the National Organization for Women said Komen “is no longer an organization whose mission is to advance women’s health.” You preach it, sister. I mean, doesn’t the very idea of an organization obsessively focused on breasts sound suspiciously patriarchal?

Now for Kathryn Jean Lopez whose life revolves around making sure that other ladies don’t abort the babies she would totally have if God hadn’t seen fit to condemn her to a life of being Kathryn Jean Lopez: [cont’d.]

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