KSFO's Rodgers said many "professed leaders of the feminist movement" are "hags" who "couldn't get laid in a men's prison"

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On the October 17 broadcast of San Francisco radio station KSFO's The Lee Rodgers Show, Rodgers said: "[Y]ou look at many -- perhaps most -- but many of the women who are professed leaders of the feminist movement in this country, and they're a bunch of hags." He added: "They couldn't get laid in a men's prison, let's be honest about it."

Earlier in the segment, Rodgers said that "not only has Sarah Palin achieved what a lot of traditional feminists have always said they wanted -- a woman who can do it all, raise a family, take care of kids, succeed in her chosen career -- yeah, you would think, if they were consistent in their principles, they would be applauding her. She has done what they said they wanted women to be able to do. She's done it." Rodgers went on to assert that "the reason a lot of these women, these liberal women, hate her, is not only because she chose not to have an abortion, went ahead and had her last baby knowing that the child was going to have Down syndrome, and she's 'I don't care.' " Rodgers later added: "[M]ost of all, they resent the fact that she's good-lookin' on top of all of that. She's good-lookin'."

As Media Matters for America has documented, on his September 17 broadcast, Rodgers said: "Look at these 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. ... 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 same broadcast, Rodgers said: "Democrat [sic] 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."

Additionally, on his September 23 broadcast, Rogers said: "I have -- and I may be overstating for effect here, as I am wont to do from time to time. But I have a deep suspicion that the reason the liberals hate Sarah Palin is that she is a normal person. And they hate that, they just hate it. And I also believe -- and of course, the left-wing bloggers just went nuts when I first said this, but I still believe it, so I'll say it again. I believe that the reason a bunch of puckered-butt Democrat women hate Sarah Palin is because her idea of choice was choosing not to have an abortion."

From the October 17 edition of KSFO's The Lee Rodgers Show:

RODGERS: As we have discussed before -- and it drove some of the left-wing bloggers crazy, of course -- but not only has Sarah Palin achieved what a lot of traditional feminists have always said they wanted -- a woman who can do it all, raise a family, take care of kids, succeed in her chosen career -- yeah, you would think, if they were consistent in their principles, they would be applauding her. She has done what they said they wanted women to be able to do. She's done it. But, again -- and this is what drove some of the left-wing nuts who torture themselves by listening to this program, drove them crazy -- I pointed out -- and if you have eyes, you can see it as an obvious fact -- the reason a lot of these women, these liberal women, hate her, is not only because she chose not to have an abortion, went ahead and had her last baby knowing that the child was going to have Down syndrome, and she's, "I don't care."

OFFICER VIC (co-host Tom Benner): "He's my baby."

RODGERS: "He is my child, and I'm going to take care of him and raise him as best I can." They resented that. But most of all, they resent the fact that she's good-lookin' on top of all of that. She's good-lookin'. And you look at many -- perhaps most -- but many of the women who are professed leaders of the feminist movement in this country, and they're a bunch of hags. I mean --

OFFICER VIC: Well, yeah.

RODGERS: They couldn't get laid in a men's prison, let's be honest about it. I mean, you talk about a bunch of two-baggers, just look at 'em. God.

OFFICER VIC: And I think the subcategory under that is the fact that she did all of that. She succeeded in doing -- accomplishing all of those feminist goals with a man by her side. A caring --

RODGERS: A regular working guy.

OFFICER VIC: -- good-looking -- exactly. As opposed to, get the man the hell out of here. I'm doing it myself.

RODGERS: Or, unless he's some weenie on a college faculty --

OFFICER VIC: Right.

RODGERS: -- who'll end up doing an impression of Mr. Peepers.

OFFICER VIC: Yeah, with the twirling bowtie thing.

RODGERS: Oh yeah. So, all right, that ought to be good enough to fire up some of the left-wing websites for a while. So, mission accomplished.

OFFICER VIC: And a happy Friday morning to you, too, everybody.

RODGERS: Detestable little weenie bastards.

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