This husband deserves a medal

Patriot Retort: Shortly after Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed for the Supreme Court, the Washington Post published an opinion piece from one angry, angry woman titled “Thanks for not raping us, all you ‘good men.’ But it isn’t enough.”

REEEEEEEEE!!!!!

The writer, a retired college professor, opened her shrieking diatribe by recounting how she subjected her poor husband to a 30-minute scream session.

I yelled at my husband last night. Not pick-up-your-socks yell. Not how-could-you-ignore-that-red-light yell. This was real yelling. This was 30 minutes of from-the-gut yelling. Triggered by a small, thoughtless, dismissive, annoyed, patronizing comment. Really small. A micro-wave that triggered a hurricane. I blew. Hard and fast. And it terrified me. I’m still terrified by what I felt and what I said. I am almost 70 years old. I am a grandmother. Yet in that roiling moment, screaming at my husband as if he represented every clueless male on the planet (and I every angry woman of 2018), I announced that I hate all men and wish all men were dead. If one of my grandchildren yelled something that ridiculous, I’d have to stifle a laugh.

My husband of 50 years did not have to stifle a laugh. He took it dead seriously. He did not defend his remark, he did not defend men. He sat, hunched and hurt, and he listened.

And why?  Why was she screaming at her husband?  Did he cheat on her?  Did he betray her trust?

No.  Not at all.

She screamed at her husband for thirty minutes because Brett Kavanaugh got confirmed.

The article from this misandrist is fraught with over-the-top histrionics – replete with collective Female Victimhood and man-blaming.

The whole piece really is unintentionally hilarious.

I wrote about this hysterical screed in a column titled “I really feel sorry for this crank’s husband” in which I wrote:

Now, I’m not a man, so I can only guess at how I would react if I had just been subjected to a thirty minute scream-fest.

Although I think I wouldn’t stifle a laugh either. I’d just let it loose.

Then again, if I were a man, I think I’d have far too much self-respect to be this woman’s husband to begin with.

How must her husband feel having his wife broadcast to the world from the pages of the Washington Post that he’s an emasculated eunuch whose wife screams at him while he sits “hunched and hurt?”

Personally, I’d be furious.

If it were me, I’d be looking for a good divorce lawyer right about now.

Well, last night on Twitter, I happened to see a tweet that can only be described as the counterpoint to this screaming woman and her emasculated husband.

Responding to a tweet asking “What was your harshest rejection?” one woman gave this answer:

37 Comments on This husband deserves a medal

  1. Dianny’s website is down – 502 error.
    She must have mentioned Eric Ciaramella or Epstein didn’t kill himself…

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  2. This womxn has had this man’s tiny balls in a locket on a chain around her girlfriend’s neck for decades. She’s shrieked for years and he has shivered for many years.

    As for thanking me for not raping her. You don’t have to thank me. I don’t have sex outside my species. It’s kind of a thing with me.

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  3. You know those stories of women who suddenly disappear and then they find the dismembered corpse a few months later in the freezer and then the husband confesses?
    This couple is probably headed there.

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  4. The movie Bernie comes to mind. PHenry; I don’t have sex outside my species…that’s a great safety tip, I wasn’t sure about my second wife, I had doubts near the end.

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  5. An old friend who was married to an adultress for
    25 years finally got his divorce and after some
    time tried to rekindle a relationship with an old
    flame from his college days. She was divorced and
    living the good life in very expensive digs in
    San Diego. A flaming lib she knew he was conservative
    but let that dog alone.
    After a warm relationship for a few months Mr.Trump
    decided to run for office and she went boocoo nuts.
    She would call him at home, screaming and crying
    in the night; demanding that he tell her that “he was not like that bastard, Trump”. It went on like that for
    a little longer until he finally dumped the loon.
    She is alone in Diego still howling at the moon.
    (He now lives happily with a conservative gal in West NC)

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  6. I read the WaPoo article and never did figure out what the poor schmuck said. But I want to know, so if I ever had the misfortune to run into this hate-filled bitch, I would be able to say it to her face.

    By the way: the WaPoo byline has her photo; she’s everything you imagined.

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  7. Husband doesn’t deserve a medal. Time off for good behavior maybe. Or deserves to be scorned for being a pussy allowing himself to be bullied by a clinton/warren shrieking female.

    Award him the Alan Alda male sensitivity award. He’ll sob like a little girl and profusely thank the people who gave it to him.

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  8. Now Patriot Retort is back up. So now you guys can click the link and read the post — if only to discover that the hunched and hurt husband isn’t the one deserving of a medal.

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  9. @Dianny – thanks for the updates.

    Even before going there to see the link, he gets the:

    ‘Oldest Soy Boy of the Year Award’

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  10. It may well be the sign of a spouse that humbles her/him self and allows the hate to accumulate to the breaking point as opposed to the normal, everyday squabble that tends to keep each other in check.

    None-the-less; it’s a shame so many years have been lost/wasted.

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  11. So I don’t comment that much anymore, but @#$*^#*!!!

    It’s a two way street, but…

    Married to the same woman for over fifty years and how would you not not have a hand in creating one of these monsters. Divorce attorney I know of has used that line a number of times. “Well, you helped create this monster, so you have to expect some pain in getting rid of her.”

    I have said to a few, “If you eat shit long enough I suppose you can learn to like it.” The easier softer way IS NOT.

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  12. Dianny, excellent article! I used to work with a guy who had a wife like these fruit-loop women. I never could understand how he could let her run his life like that.

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  13. My wife of 25 years has recently been parroting some feminist crap. For instance, my desire to spend time in the shop is some sort of abuse toward her. I can only assume she’s hanging out with that harpy cook county bitch again. Happens every 3-4 years.

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  14. Things like that don’t just happen. You know, she was such a great and loving wife and then wham! She went off on me and I just didn’t know what to do.

    Abusive relationships are equal opportunity employers. Women like to perpetuate the LIE that MEN are the abusers and women are the victims, but it’s not that simple. Women are just as bad as men, and usually far more vicious in their own way.

    My advice to ANYONE in and abusive relationship: GET OUT IMMEDIATELY! Go to the Sheriff’s Office and ask for help if you don’t know where to go. ANYTHING, even homelessness, is better than being constantly abused and possibly maimed/killed by a crazy lunatic partner. NO THEY DON’T LOVE YOU AND THEY NEVER DID.

    If you are physically attacked, kill the bitch/bastard any way you can. I’d rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

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  15. There are some things worse than death and there are things worth dieing for. Now if we can’t talk and be heard there’s no point being together in the long run. Let me guess, he makes the money and she spends it?

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  16. I remember this girl in high school – Haroline…a real flirt.
    We worked together at the drug store. We went on one date. I quickly realized she was batshit crazy.
    A few year later I saw her dancing at a strip club.
    I can envision her being like this 40 years later.

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  17. Some women don’t know they absolutely need hormone replacement therapy. It saved my parents’ marriage, maybe a suicide.

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  18. I went to Dianny’s page, then tried to find out about the “harshest rejection’s” husband. Nada. However, the story of the harshest rejectee was curious. Rebecca Wood, (AKA @woodra,) had a preeclampsia preemie for whom she militates for you and me to pay. The people with whom Rebecca protests have gotten her to participate in other protests, (e.g. climate change, Planned Parenthood, and Kavanaugh.) Yep, Rebecca wants us to pay for her three-and-a-half month premature daughter while she protests in favor of abortion. When Rebecca got busted for protesting the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing, her husband of ten years finally called it, (i.e. their marriage,) quits. Rebecca is an ugly, middle aged socialist woman who has difficulty making ends meet — and yet finds many opportunities to get in front of a camera to whine. What the silly socialist Rebecca does not understand is that the single payer health system for which she is agitating would have Liverpool Protocolled her daughter and used the parts of said daughter for medical experimentation. Stupid is as Rebecca does.

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  19. Good answer. Short and not so sweet. Women often forget men live here too. Little dragons grow up to be big dragons and if mister lets it happen then it’s mister’s fault.

    Ultimately in any (normal) relationship the man is responsible… for everything. If the woman turns into a shrieking raging termagent… it’s the man’s fault. If he sees it coming and tries to bend the course and she leaves, of course taking half his stuff, it’s his fault. If she whangs him over the head with a blunt object while he sleeps… it’s his fault… he was sleeping there now wasn’t he?

    As long as a man understands this going in and acts on it consciously he has a chance. If not, well, whatever happens is… still his fault.

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