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Brooke Hogan Singlehandedly Puts The Women's Rights Movement Back 50 Years

Updated on October 13, 2009

This is how you get a man, Brooke Hogan style!

You wouldn't think that a spoiled Californian brat with an obvious Daddy complex could have much impact upon the machinations of the world at large, but much like unfortunate canaries in mines (except with less brain power), the Brooke Hogans of the world can be a useful tool for determining the processes of social evolution.

Which is why it was so very disturbing that when Miss Hogan put forth her opinion on voting and women in politics, this load of -------- balderdash (censored by a 1950's school marm) came tumbling out between those twin bastions of collagen:

"You know what? I am actually not that much into voting. I think it's kinda crazy that a woman is running, because I think that women deal with a lot of emotions and menopause and PMS and stuff. Like, I'm so moody all the time, I know I couldn't be able to run a country, ‘cause I'd be crying one day and yelling at people the next day, ya know?"

Well thank the lord and any other deity you might care to imagine that Brooke Hogan isn't in politics, or, real life apparently. The true irony of it all is that she is currently trying to promote her show 'Brooke Knows Best'. I thought it was going to be a sassy teen reality show, but instead I guess she'll be showing viewers how she sets her hair in curlers and prepares her future husband oatmeal cookies.

Is this truly what the world has come to? Has history come full circle once more? Is June Cleaver back in style? If Brooke Hogan is anything to go by, then the answer is yes. Of course it is possible that her attitudes have been shaped by being raised by Mr Masculine role himself, Hulk Hogan, and watching her mother submit her body to painful operations in order to attempt to retain her beach Barbie charm. (Or maybe she just got into the steroids when she was younger and her brain never fully recovered. Without having someone dip into her medical records, I guess we'll just never know.) I would write more on this topic, but I've just realized that it is 4pm and I haven't started tonight's dinner. I'm baking for the boy's football team tonight you see. All this writing is very nice, and a good distraction before I'm married, but I certainly won't get a husband this way, will I?

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      Hope Alexander 

      10 years ago

      Yeah, Hilary Clinton almost certainly would have nuked Iran because she was on her period. I'm real glad she didn't get the nomination... After all, all the female presidents and prime ministers of countries other than the US (where the notion of a female in charge isn't akin to blasphemy) really threw the world into chaos whenever they got a bit weepy.

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      Frans Hals 

      10 years ago

      Just think: She Might Be Right...

      In what you claim she has said I can't find anything that is really wrong. She says that women have more to do with emotions than men. That seems right. She says women have menopause. That is a fact. She says women have PMS. I know for a fact that at least quite a number of women have that. She says she is moody all the time, and she is the only one to know if that is a fact, but I assume she knows it to be true.

      Men are mostly not so emotional, they don't have menopause, and certainly no PMS. But even I have to admit that some men can be very moody as well. Most leaders in the world are men, both politically as military. Also in business there are more men at the higher levels. Are those all in the wrong places?

      But face it Hope, the woman only expressed her personal opinion. And however you feel about it, in the USA that is a right that everybody has. Be glad about that. Lots of people don't have that right, and some are imprisoned for using it anyway...

      And this is just my opinion...

      Frans Hals, famous Dutch painter.

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      Brook 

      10 years ago

      From looking at the picture, I think Brook ha a package. Seriously! Are you sure that's a woman?

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      repeal the 19th 

      10 years ago

      Brook does know best. Women shouldn't be allowed to vote, and especially not run for office. Her daddy taught her well.

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