Saturday, March 29, 2008

Marc Rudov calling Dr. Freud

Piece of advice: Don't expect successful relationship tips from Marc Rudov. With emphasis:

During the March 26 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, guest host and conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham interviewed Marc Rudov, whom she described as a "self-proclaimed relationship expert," on the eve of the premiere of his radio show on When Ingraham asked Rudov to explain "why men feel emasculated today," Rudov stated: "You know, you started talking about female happiness before, would women be happier and why our men are depressed. Men are depressed, and it's their own fault, because men are allowing women to take over the world," adding: "You know, female happiness is an oxymoron. When you go to the checkout in the supermarket, just look at the titles on the women's magazines. How many of them presume women to be happy? Not one. They're all saying, the key to happiness is more jewelry, more shoes, more liposuction and bigger implants."

After Rudov went on to assert that "most of the women who get [breast implants] are unhappy" and that "[e]ighty percent of women in this country are unhappily married, according to AOL and Woman's Day," Ingraham said: "I don't believe any of this. I just -- I don't believe any of this. I don't know what qualifies either of us to talk about relationships." Ingraham then asserted: "You seem to really have a problem with women in your website," . . .

OMG! I agree with Laura Ingraham. Responding to a raving head case could pair friend and foe in an emergency. which Rudov replied: "I don't have a problem with women, Laura. I have a problem with little girls occupying adult female bodies. And any women who feel entitled to wining and dining and jewelry and free vacations are not adults." Ingraham then asked, "Do you pay for dates, Marc? Do you pay on dates or no?" Rudov replied: "Fifty-fifty, Laura ... Reciprocation, Laura. Women -- you know, if women -- if women are so entitled, Laura, if women are so entitled -- Laura, if women are so entitled and they're such delicate little flowers, we shouldn't have one running the U.S. Marines." He further stated: "Laura, when a woman feels entitled to anything, then she's not worthy of love, and she doesn't know how to give love. Women -- these kinds of women are takers."

Is a lunatic capable of discerning that a women running the U.S. Marines isn't a delicate flower? Could he evaluate qualities and behaviors in another human being? Nah, probably not.

Later in the segment, Rudov asserted: "When a woman wants to marry a man who's uglier than she is, she's doing it because she wants power and control." Ingraham replied: "OK. She's not really in love with him." Rudov concluded: "That's right. She wants a man who's going to do double backflips over her, so she can keep him under control so then she can cheat on him and get her sex with the hot men outside the home, Laura."

Totally clueless about women, loving relationships, intimacy, oh, you know the drill, and yet another misogynist whose self-awareness barely competes with the mindfulness of a bothersome gnat.

If you watch the video at Media Matters, at one point Marc says to Laura, "If you get to know women..." Hold the line, caller! By jennies, somehow, some way, Marc knows women but Laura, poor fragile violet, doesn't. One of those anomalies of life, n'est-ce pas?

As previously noted, Rudov suffers from a very bad case of sexism wallows in the sexist trough of Frank T.J. Mackey and arrogantly exudes ignorance laced with a sadistic bent. Bravo! Just what the world needs--one more unconscious incompetent, another assholish freaktard jamming the air waves with stupid machismo.

Would someone, please, intervene and escort Marc to the nearest Control Freaks Anonymous meeting?