The 15 Hottest Conservative Women

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First Playboy ran what I called the Playboy Guide to Raping Conservative Women. Right Wing News followed with their list of the ten hottest liberal women (by their classification), leaving out the more repulsive components of the Playboy entry. Today Right Wing News has followed up with The 15 Hottest Conservative Women in The New Media. Congratulations to all who were selected. We should all respect them for their intellect and dedication to their cause, even if we do not agree with their views.

Lacking any real reason to pick one over another I selected the picture of Tabitha Hale for this post since she did link to my earlier post.

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    Christoher Skyi says:

    You know, I think the pathway from any one or more of my senses to that part of my brain that mediates attraction (i.e., lust) completely bypasses any part of my higher brain areas involved in things like, oh, reason, critical thinking, sound judgment, and ideological identification,  and for reasons I can neither explain or understand —  I LIKE it that way!!!! 🙂

    Shall we their fond pageant see?
    Lord, what fools these mortals be!

    ~ Puck.

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    Ron Chusid says:

    Should ideological identification even be a deciding factor? The idea behind Playboy’s article was that we must feel hatred towards conservative women. The post in this link is purely a matter of being hot, which has nothing to do with ideology. In the past I almost commented on a post at a conservative blog on whether they would date liberals, which I found rather pathetic.

    There is far more than ideology when considering attraction between individuals, especially considering the limitations of the left/right spectrum and the manner. As I’ve often said, our labels are very limited and often wind up lumping together people with quite different beliefs and separating people whose beliefs are closer together. This is even more the case in terms of dating when many factors beyond political beliefs are considered.

    I found the earlier conservative post on dating rather ridiculous as there are many woman who I dated whose political beliefs never even came up. (Of course that was well before the Clinton and then Bush years when everything seems so more polarized).

    Another point is that our labels are fluid and vary over time based upon which issues are prominent. Many who were Republicans in the past are now independents or Democrats. In the future it is possible that new issues will change the divide mixing up current alliances among liberal and conservative bloggers.

    Interest in politics, regardless of ideology, might also bring some people closer together than their political differences, such as with James Carville and Mary Matalin. I doubt such marriages between people who vote differently are all that rare. My wife is the daughter of a GM exec who grew up “Republican.” That was never an issue, and as the Republicans have moved to the extreme right she has voted Democratic in recent years, as so many other long-time Republicans have.

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