...because, after all, she's a conservative woman - and an attractive one at that - and isn't that the essence of asking for it?
Well, Wolf Blitzer seems to have bought into the "nuts and sluts" storyline rolled out against virtually every female Republican - they're either crazy, or whores - and like a jock who heard a rumor that the head cheerleader was easy, gets a bit aggressive on the first date - or debate, in this case.
He is all over Christine O'Donnell here - watch him wag his finger in her face, like big daddy telling the naughty schoolgirl she needs to be taught a lesson. She fights back as gamely as she can:
Yeah, "rape" is a loaded word. But I use it with full understanding, and not to shock. From an earlier post on a similar subject:
For some reason, when liberals see a Sarah Palin or a Carrie Prejean [and now a Christine O'Donnell], the impulse immediately is for the lowest road possible: not to engage them, but to defile them. Not to prove them wrong, but to humiliate them in the vilest way possible. The immediate, insatiable urge of the Left is to wreck a female adversary so completely that no one can look at them the same way; so that anyone who sees their victim will see the marks on them and turn away in disgust or openly mock with righteous venom, and to hopefully so emotionally destroy their female "enemies" that their self-esteem is ravaged, and they slink away from public life, alone and ashamed.
There's a word for this type of assault. Rape.
Yes, the assault isn't physical, but the thought process behind the rapes of Palin and Prejean are identical to that of the common street rapist: To defile, degrade, humiliate, embarrass, and make themselves feel better in the process. A broken victim is what each hopes to obtain, and neither stops the assault until the surrender is complete.