He's blathering something about "decency" and says he doesn't want his daughters around someone like Donald Trump. He obviously thinks he's doing his manly duty by dissing Trump who dissed Megyn.
Be sure and show your daughters Ms Kelly's GQ photo spread, because nothing says "class" and "decorum" like posing in skin-tight underwear wearing red platform high heels.
And after they look at the pics, maybe you can have them listen to her interview with Howard Stearn where we discover the size of her husband's penis.
And when you've finished with all of that, how about reading them some of your comments? You could maybe make them into a bed-time story for the little dears.
Shouldn't those comments ban you from the RedState Gathering, where a bunch of unimportant bloggers get together and pretend they're important?In April 2009, Erickson posted to Twitter the following about Supreme Court Justice David Souter: "The nation loses the only goat fucking child molester to ever serve on the Supreme Court in David Souter's retirement"
Erickson has tweeted controversial remarks regarding feminists, including (in response to a 2010 Super Bowl ad) the following: "That's what the feminazis were enraged over? Seriously?!? Wow. That's what being too ugly to get a date does to your brain" and "Turned on twitter today and there was a barrage of angry feminists upset with me telling them to get in the kitchen and learn to cook"; "Good thing I didn't suggest the feminists ... you know ... shave. They'd be at my house trying a post-birth abortion on me"; "Feminists have no sense of humor, but clearly God did in creating feminists."
I have purposely not included any links. If you have some time to waste, feel free to Google the above mentioned clips and photos.
In the meantime, I have just saved myself an enormous amount of time by striking Red State, Hot Air, and Townhall from my feed, all of which are owned by the same company.