Feb 012016
 

washington_smIt’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  It was a close race last month with Clementine Ford, the woman who got a man fired for calling her a slut on Facebook, only winning with 52% of the vote.

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This month there will be no voting as there was an obvious winner this month.  This months winner is Lisa Murkowski, the Republican senator from Alaska.  Recently, a massive snow storm hit the DC area.  After the blizzard on January 26th, only two senators were present in the Senate chamber who both happened to be women. Murkowski decided to make a big deal of this saying, “As we convene this morning, you look around the chamber, the presiding officer is female. All of our parliamentarians are female. Our floor managers are female. All of our pages are female. Something is genuinely different — and something is genuinely fabulous. Perhaps it speaks to the hardiness of women, that put on your boots and put your hat on and get out and slog through the mess that’s out there.”

No Senate business was done by the women that day except to reschedule all business that was supposed to happen that day to a later time.  While there were no male senators that day, 90% of the female senators weren’t there either.  It’s not like there wasn’t any men working in the Capitol Building that day either.  There was men working in the Senate chamber as can be seen in this video.  She refused to recognize the hard work of the men that were there because they weren’t senators like her.  There was no reason that she didn’t see that there was men working in the Senate chamber.  Thus, she clearly felt entitled to their hard work as if the men were nothing but pack mules.  Since Murkowski denied the work of the men who there that day, she wins this month Entitlement Princess of the Month.

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