KSFO's Rodgers: "[F]emale leadership of the Democratic Party" consists of "ugly skanks" who "hate" that "Sarah Palin's good-looking"

››› ››› NATHAN TABAK

On his KSFO radio show, Lee Rodgers said that "the female leadership of the Democratic Party" is made up of "ugly skanks." He also stated: "Sarah Palin's good-looking and they hate that." He also declared: "I think we have to ask: Would you like Sarah Palin better if she got pregnant again and did have an abortion, because it's obvious, with a lot of liberal women, killing babies is the main priority they have."

On the September 17 broadcast of San Francisco radio station KSFO's The Lee Rodgers Show, host Lee Rodgers said: "Look at these ugly skanks, who make up the female leadership of the Democratic Party." He continued: "I mean, my God -- you know, guys sitting around, talking, perhaps in a bar someplace -- they have a way of scoring them. ... I know, it's sexist. It's sexist. It's unfair, and all of that, but they will look over a female who comes in and just make an announcement: How many drinks it would take before you'd jump her bones, you know." Rodgers added: "You look at most of the headline women of the Democratic Party, you're thinking, 'It's gotta be closing time and five drinks, and maybe not even then.' And that's what they're really PO'd about. [Gov.] Sarah Palin's good-looking and they hate that."

Later in the broadcast, while discussing a recent Rasmussen poll that found that "women support [Sen. Joe] Biden 50% to 44%" over Palin, Rodgers said: "Democrat women, admit it: You're nothing but a bunch of phonies. And I think we have to ask: Would you like Sarah Palin better if she got pregnant again and did have an abortion, because it's obvious, with a lot of liberal women, killing babies is the main priority they have. They can BS their way around it all they want, but bottom line: That's it. It's clear. It's obvious."

As Media Matters for America documented, on the August 27 broadcast of The Lee Rodgers Show, Rodgers said of Sen. Hillary Clinton's August 26 speech at the Democratic National Convention: "With that screechy, fingernails-on-the-blackboard voice of hers, it is impossible for Hillary Clinton to deliver a great speech." Later in the program, Rodgers referred to Clinton as "the Hilldebeest."

From the September 17 broadcast of KSFO's The Lee Rodgers Show:

RODGERS: And now, now we've got a Harvard guy, Barack Obama, denigrating Sarah Palin, graduate of the University of Idaho.

SIMPSON: Hmm-mm.

RODGERS: People, draw your own conclusions, though. As may appear obvious, I certainly have.

SIMPSON: You know, they made a big deal, a couple of stories I saw over the fact that she went to a number of schools before she finally graduated, and that she was in the beauty pageants. However, I saw an interview with her where she talked about the fact that a) her family had four kids in college at the same time. They didn't have any money. She joined the beauty pageants to win the prize money, the scholarship money --

RODGERS: -- to go to college.

SIMPSON: -- to go to college. And that was why, in some cases, she dropped out of school, 'cause she didn't have the money to go. So, they were trying to make her look like a gadfly, stupid ditz, who was just changing schools, and she actually had a very good reason for changing schools.

RODGERS: Well, we know what's really behind it. Look at these --

SIMPSON: Sure.

RODGERS: -- ugly skanks, who make up the female leadership of the Democratic Party. I mean, my God -- you know, guys sitting around, talking, perhaps in a bar someplace -- they have a way of scoring them.

SIMPSON: They do?

RODGERS: I know, it's sexist. It's sexist.

SIMPSON: They do?

RODGERS: It's unfair, and all of that, but they will look over --

SIMPSON: Yes?

RODGERS: -- a female who comes in --

SIMPSON: Yes?

RODGERS: -- and just make an announcement: How many drinks it would take before you'd jump her bones, you know. One --

SIMPSON: I didn't know guys did things like that.

RODGERS: -- none, two, four. You look at most of the headline women of the Democratic Party, you're thinking, "It's gotta be closing time and five drinks, and maybe not even then." And that's what they're really PO'd about. Sarah Palin's good-looking --

SIMPSON: Yeah. Yeah.

RODGERS: -- and they hate that.

SIMPSON: And she's not glamorous.

RODGERS: They just hate it.

SIMPSON: She's not glamorous, either. I mean, she is a really attractive, sexy, earthy, human kind of woman.

RODGERS: Yeah, a real person.

SIMPSON: And they hate that.

RODGERS: Yeah.

SIMPSON: They hate that.

RODGERS: It just drives them nuts.

[...]

RODGERS: The Rasmussen polling organization took a very interesting poll.

SIMPSON: What's that?

RODGERS: They did a hypothetical match-up for president, and Sarah Palin beats Joe Biden 47 percent to 44 percent. Actually, since Joe Biden's just another old liberal hack who's been in Washington for decades, I'm surprised it's even that close.

SIMPSON: Me, too. I thought it would've been more for her.

RODGERS: Just over half of voters view the vice-presidential candidates at least somewhat favorably. Although 35 percent rate their opinion of Sarah Palin as very favorable, only 23 percent feel that way about "Senator Hairplug." And if there's a surprise in the poll, it's that Democrat women are the biggest hypocrite Democratic demographic group of all.

SIMPSON: Why?

RODGERS: For all of their endless BS about wanting women to succeed, they don't want it to be a woman who's managed to have a family and get ahead in politics, without even the help of her own party up in Alaska. Now here's how the numbers break out: Men break out 50 to 37 percent in favor of Sarah Palin, but women support the old repeated plagiarist Joe Biden 50 percent to 44 percent.

SIMPSON: See --

RODGERS: Democrat women, admit it: You're nothing but a bunch of phonies. And I think we have to ask: Would you like Sarah Palin better if she got pregnant again and did have an abortion, because it's obvious, with a lot of liberal women, killing babies is the main priority they have.

SIMPSON: Well, you know --

RODGERS: They can BS their way around it all they want, but bottom line: That's it.

SIMPSON: That's right.

RODGERS: It's clear. It's obvious.

SIMPSON: There's no question about it. I remember, a number of years ago, when Emily's List, that fundraiser for Democrats, was becoming popular, and I found out -- didn't surprise me -- and they stayed with it that they'll only give you money if you are pro-choice, if you're a Democrat. If you're a Democrat who is pro-life, you're not going to get a penny from them.

RODGERS: No. And --

SIMPSON: That's the bottom line. Now, you've got Biden who claims to be Catholic, but he's pro-choice. That's why they're in favor of him.

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