Quinn said he referred to NOW as "National Organization for Whores" because "that's what they are. They're political whores"

››› ››› GREG JOHNSON

Jim Quinn defended his referring to the National Organization for Women as the "National Organization for Whores" by claiming, "The reason is that's just what they are. They're political whores. They are whores for liberalism in general," later adding that "they were whores for Bill Clinton in particular." Quinn also addressed his comment that Philadelphia Daily News columnist Fatimah Ali should "get an American name, will you, if you want to be an American," by saying, "The point is that African-Americans -- excuse me, black Americans, after their indoctrination into Marxism, adopting clearly non-American, Third World-type names, is an act of separation."

On the September 5 broadcast of The War Room with Quinn & Rose, co-host Jim Quinn, addressing the fact that he had referred to the National Organization for Women as the "National Organization for Whores" on September 3, stated: "Now, there's the question of referring to the National Organization for Women as the National Organization for Whores. There is a reason for that. The reason is that's just what they are. They're political whores. They are whores for liberalism in general. You can see -- I mean, just take a look at how they dealt with [Gov.] Sarah Palin for the past couple of days."

Quinn later added, "The National Organization for Whores -- they're whores for liberal politics in general, and they were whores for Bill Clinton in particular, which is where that phrase originated."

Quinn also addressed why he had played Elton John's "The Bitch Is Back" after stating, "By the way, that brings us to our Hillary Heads-Up" during the August 27 broadcast of his show, which was highlighted by Media Matters for America. Quinn said, "Oh yeah, the bitch is back ... the Hillary theme song. Apparently this intern that they've [Media Matters] got listening to our show every day, Greg Johnson, just started listening because we've been using that theme song for, oh, upwards of 13 years."

Additionally, addressing his September 3 comment that Philadelphia Daily News columnist Fatimah Ali should "get an American name, will you, if you want to be an American," Quinn called his remark "political hyperbole," adding: "The point is that African-Americans -- excuse me, black Americans, after their indoctrination into Marxism, adopting clearly non-American, Third World-type names, is an act of separation. And that act of separation is fostered by the very Marxist philosophies that are conveyed to them through black liberation theology and also the Nation of Islam." He later added, "And one of the results of that is that there's a lot of black people in this country who want nothing to do with anything American, anything that looks American, or sounds American, as opposed to the original American experiment, which was to bring everybody on board."

From the September 5 broadcast of Clear Channel's The War Room With Quinn & Rose:

QUINN: And it's not up to a bureaucracy to pick winners and losers and decide which person to loot and give their money to somebody else. It's -- this has been a growing issue in this country over the past 100 years, and it's a cancer on America. And we have the cancer party, which, of course, is -- well, you know, I shouldn't say that. I shouldn't say "the cancer party" because, you know, it might end up in Media Matters for America, which brings us, ladies and gentlemen, to our Media Heads-Up.

Oh, no. Oh, no, fear and loathing in the morning. Yes, I've been busted again, ladies and gentlemen, by the geniuses at Media Matters for America. Now, you may remember the first time we ended up on Media Matters' radar screen was when we broke the story that Kathleen Sebelius, the governor of Kansas, conspired with [Democratic National Committee chairman] Howard Dean and [Sen.] Dick Durbin [D-IL] to withhold federal help from the Greensburg, Kansas, victims of the tornado while Gulag Dick Durbin and Howard Dean figured out a way to tie it to Bush's Iraq war, and the way they finally did it was they said, "Well, we didn't have enough first responders. National Guard wasn't there because they were in Iraq." Well, of course, we found out later that was ridiculous. It wasn't true. There was like 1,400 National Guard guys there, the whole thing was a scam. And if you remember after we broke the story and then broke it on Hannity and also broke it on Roger Hedgecock's show on KOGO out in Los Angeles, Media Matters printed this big, long article about what a bunch of liars we were. Now, see, if Media Matters really was a watchdog group that was concerned with the truth, they would have called us and asked us who our sources were. We wouldn't have told them. But they would have called and asked for some justification. They never called.

Last week -- what did I get busted for last week? Oh yeah, "The Bitch Is Back," the Hillary theme song. Apparently this intern that they've got listening to our show every day, Greg Johnson, just started listening because we've been using that theme song for, oh, upwards of 13 years. Well, the other day, I referred to the National Organization for Women as the National Organization for Whores, and I never say anything on this show that I can't defend, folks. And also I mentioned -- I played that [Fox News' Special Report host] Brit Hume "Grapevine" piece where he talked about the columnist Fatimah Ali, and -- she's the one that said, you know, "if Barack isn't elected here, we're going to have all-out race wars, it's just going to be awful, it'll be famine and pestilence, it'll be the Great Depression" and all that. And I came back in and said, "Well, you know, first of all, get an American name, OK?"

Now, I'm sorry, but that is political hyperbole. Apparently, Mr. Johnson either is too dumb to get the point or just doesn't want to get the point. The point is that African-Americans -- excuse me, black Americans, after their indoctrination into Marxism, adopting clearly non-American, Third World-type names, is an act of separation. And that act of separation is fostered by the very Marxist philosophies that are conveyed to them through black liberation theology and also the Nation of Islam. They're both conveyor belts for Marxism. I am commenting -- using political hyperbole -- to comment on an effect of what happens when multiculturalism or group politics is used as a wedge to separate one American from another. And one of the results of that is that there's a lot of black people in this country who want nothing to do with anything American, anything that looks American, or sounds American, as opposed to the original American experiment, which was to bring everybody on board. That's what I was referring to, Greg. I'm happy to help you out with that.

Now, there's the question of referring to the National Organization for Women as the National Organization for Whores. There is a reason for that. The reason is that's just what they are. They're political whores. They are whores for liberalism in general. You can see -- I mean, just take a look at how they dealt with Sarah Palin for the past couple of days. All of a sudden, women need to stay home and raise their babies and stay barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. Oh, wait a minute, oh, hold on a second, [Washington Post columnist] Sally Quinn had an explanation for that. In her world, women don't do that, but in the world of evangelicals, everybody knows evangelical women must be subservient to their husbands. It's amazing to me how somebody inside the Beltway like Sally Quinn can be so conversant with the nuts and bolts and day-in and day-out life of those evangelicals. The National Organization for Whores -- they're whores for liberal politics in general, and they were whores for Bill Clinton in particular, which is where that phrase originated.

Well, I mean -- if you remember, Monica Lewinsky, not a peep. Oh, every once in a while they would drag [former NOW president] Patricia Ireland on Fox and get her to grudgingly say, "Well, I don't really approve it [unintellilgible]." But that's about it. And then there was Kathleen Willey and the intimidation, the nails in the tires, the killed cat, the jogger out in the front of her house telling her that she doesn't know what she's dealing with. Look what they did to Linda Tripp. Holy -- they turned Linda Tripp into a national villain, simply because she blew somebody in who was trying to get her to commit a federal felony. The National Organization for Whores, they're political whores for liberalism, and they were whores for Bill Clinton in particular. Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp -- oh, and let's not forget Juanita Broaddrick. Juanita Broaddrick even went on CBS and told her story of rape. Remember? "Put some ice on that"? Rape at the hands of Bill Clinton. She went on TV with that. Now, let me tell you something. If a credible woman like that went on TV and made that allegation about a Republican president, he would have been hounded and driven from office. Every day, the National Organization for Woman would be outside of the White House. Every day, The Washington Post, The New York Times, NBC, CBS, ABC would have another person on there, another feminist weighing, every pundit, every columnist, every one of them would weigh in day after day after day until they drove them out of office, the way they drove [former Sen.] Bob Packwood [R-OR], the kissing bandit, out of office.

No, the National Organization for Whores are political whores for liberalism in general, and they were whores for Bill Clinton in particular. Bill Clinton could do anything he wanted to to women, and those girls would roll over and say, "Sock it to me, honey. It's all for a greater cause." Feminism, which is nothing more than a conveyor belt for liberalism. If it was about women, they'd be celebrating Sarah Palin. They're not. And by the way, speaking of Juanita Broaddrick and Bill Clinton and the National Organization for Whores who defended him or at least didn't come out and condemn him, which they should have -- speaking of that, do you remember David Schippers? He was the Chicago Democratic prosecutor who worked with some rape crisis people to investigate this, and he did, and Juanita Broaddrick said that she was raped. What was your conclusion, David?

SCHIPPERS [audio clip]: Absolutely, the woman was raped twice, and the rape counselor he's talking about was a member of my staff who came back to me after talking to Juanita Broaddrick for hours and hours and hours and said to me, "Dave, that woman is a classic rape victim. She's telling the God's truth."

QUINN: Hey, Greg Johnson, Media Matters, print that.

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