JudgeAs BurkaChick, the typical lapdog liberal, I am in a socialist stink about our on going “war on women” wail. Just as we think we can phony pony up the female vote by turning our racism rants to sexism chants, along comes another example of conservative female exceptionalism, Judge Jeanine Pirro. We thought we had our liberal ladies lined-up with our Wendy Davis and Sandra Fluke Planned Parenthood prattle. We even had the whole “she-bang” of victimization and government dependency to throw and stick on our “war on women” wall. But along comes another conservative female shredding our spotlight on our woe is me mentality. Instead of rolling our eyes and our toddler tirades of inequality (ala the Tamara Holder and Kirsten Powers democrat rebutting strategy), we have another confident, articulate and accomplished right wing dynamo to contend with.

Judge Jeanine Pirro not only was the first female to prosecute murder cases in Westchester County, New York; she went on to become the first woman to serve as a judge in that county. In 1978, she started the first domestic violence unit in a prosecutor office, in the nation. Her credentials and illustrious career blasts the bunkum of our liberal laments and she has paved the way for women in this country to succeed as much or more as their male counterparts. But more than that, her outspokenness and courage in confronting current political issues is masterful and heroic. Presenting her legal insights and hard hitting criticism in her opening monologues, she confronts the voice of a frustrated nation. How can we aggressive progressives reply to her skilled attacks of our bag of tricks?

So is Judge Jeanine Pirro the real “war on women” warrior and hero that we socialist suffragettes suggest? I’m afraid, even with her prestigious past on women’s issues, she would look us forcefully in our liberal face and answer: “If you include American women in the current political tour de force of tyranny, than the answer would be yes!”


BurkaChick grew up in the lovely town of Detroit, Michigan. She remembers a time when the city was booming because of the greedy capitalistic car companies. But now is thrilled the city has finally come into it's democratic own. BurkaChick says, 'Who needs a home or a job in this liberal paradise? All you need is one good bullet proof vest to live in this union-filled utopia!' BurkaChick's idol in her early teens was the President of the United States, Jimmy Carter. She admired his fortitude in all things liberal, but was highly disappointed when Reagan came in and rescued the hostages in Iran after only 444 days in captivity. "What a show-off!" she was quoted as saying. She wanted to campaign for Jimmy's reelection, but there was no gasoline to get to his headquarters. Which was a real bummer since she was living in her car since the mortgage interest rate was at 22%. BurkaChick then went on to, well, she doesn't really remember much since she was wasted through most of the eighties and nineties. Today she is an avid fan of Obama's. She cannot wait till George Clooney remakes a film about the life of Michelle Obama in the Whitehouse called, "The King and I." She is a hugh fan of The View, Susan Sarandon, MSNBC, all things uber liberal and of course Occupy Wall Street. BurkaChick loves what Occupy stands for and has volunteered to help decorate their rape tents and paint all porta-potties to resemble police vehicles.

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