The High and Might Be. . . . Her Honor, Barbie Boxer. . . .

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by Hardballer, Jun 20, 2009.

  1. Hardballer

    Hardballer New Member

    has aptly demonstrated her arrogant liberal underpinnings. Shocked and awed that a decorated serviceman; a brigadier general in the United States Army, A man in charge of more lives and square footage than Barbie will ever get a grasp of, had the audacity to refer to her in a gender specific title!

    This uncouth ruffian had the unmitigated gall to call her. . . are you ready, yes the horrible word is coming, he called her Ma'am! He referred to the men as sir and to Ms. Boxer as Ma'am! Oh the horror!

    Perhaps this elected official felt denigrated. Maybe she felt disenfranchised. Possibly felt her cronies back home would find this term demeaning. I really don't know but I do know that she is an elected servicewoman. She needs a tad bit of humility when standing in the company of a man who has offered his very life in service of this country.

    Respect and dignity are earned and perhaps she should be apprised of this too. She clearly does not understand what happened as she is stubbornly refusing to apologize for her incredibly poor behavior.

    What an embarrassment.

    I had to add this, very appropriate:

    Michael Naragon
    The Constitutional Alamo
    Holding out to defend the Republic…

    Full story on his blog here

    But in every other corner of the United States, when she is compared to someone like Walsh–someone who has actually accomplished things in a competitive environment, Boxer comes off as a pretentious, paranoid, pathetic woman who clings to the trappings of power like a bloated piglet, sucking desperately at the teat of political authority.
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  2. Maybe he should have called her "sir":eek::p:D:D

  3. jfrey

    jfrey New Member

    Jun 12, 2009
    South Texas coast
    This just shows how arrogant and ignorant this goofy woman is. The General deserves more respect for his service to our country, than she ever will. Goes to show you the mind set with the elite in DC.
  4. Marlin

    Marlin *TFF Admin Staff Chief Counselor*

    Another liberal with contempt and gross disrespect for anyone that doesn't swallow the liberal line, hook, line and sinker..... :( :( :(
  5. A touch of class, Babs. The general also worked hard and earned his title. Probably putting his life, and the lives of those under him, on the line. Ms/Mrs/Senator/Ma'am Boxer, you are a real piece of work. Thanks ever so much or your contributions to our country. (Sarcasm, here) TJ
  6. 45nut

    45nut Well-Known Member

    Jul 19, 2006
    Dallas, TX
    Will you teach a class on descriptive writing? I reall like your style (and bcj1755 too) Please please?????? :D :D
  7. artabr

    artabr New Member

    I sent this twit an e-mail reminding her that she worked for him not the other way around.
    Also, that the man that she had her snit fit at had probably put his life on the line in the service of our country at one time or another while she was no more than a parasite latched on to the public butt cheek. :mad:

    If anybody would like to contact Madame Boxer, here's her link:


    A little side note here. Brig. Gen. Walsh was the man in charge of getting the public infrastructure up and running in Iraq in 2006-2007. He's been in the Corps of Engineers for 30+ years.

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  8. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    I would probably not have called her "Ma'am." I would probably have used "Madam." And, I'm sure, you all know what a "Madam" is.

  9. Trouble 45-70

    Trouble 45-70 New Member

    No class. Too bad she is unable to comprehend that in much of the country most people hold the Senate in contempt. Madam Boxer is beneith contempt. Maybe the proper location for a Madam. Thanks Pops. Happy Fathers Day.
  10. alhefner

    alhefner New Member

    Feb 4, 2009
    Reno, NV
    Perhaps someone should remind Ms. Boxer that "Senator" is the name of her JOB and not really a title.

    How many male senators have made an issue out of being addressed as "Sir"??? Not any that I know of!
  11. She's just another insecure, self-rightous, pompus, pusilanimous, liberal douchebag.
  12. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    At least a "douchebag" is useful for something.

  13. dbrodin

    dbrodin New Member

    Apr 15, 2009
    Duluth MN
    Actually it is a title, and it's for life. The proper honorific when addressing them is "Senator". If a senator leaves office, runs for congress and goes back to Washington as a congressman, he/she is still addressed on the floor as "Senator". Same is a former President is addressed as "Mr President " for life unless in the presence of the sitting President.

    Technically, she was right, but very few senators would be such a B.... about it! :(:(
  14. alhefner

    alhefner New Member

    Feb 4, 2009
    Reno, NV
    I stand corrected.
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