June 18, 2009, - 11:28 am

WHOA!: “Whatta Bitch!” Video of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel
Senator Barbara Boxer tells Brigadier General Michael Walsh, “Don’t You Know Who the F- I Am?!” (thanks to Breitbart TV and reader Jim for the tip):

I can think of many far worse things to call her, all of them much more appropriate. BTW, I don’t recall any male Senator ever objecting to being called “Sir.”

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She is just vile and disrespectful to someone who has worked for their title. It just shows the left’s contempt for the brave men and women of the military. Since she doesn’t command respect she has to demand respect.

ryukyu on June 18, 2009 at 12:10 pm

I bet she told all her libtard friends how she demanded respect from the warpig general. Unbelievable. Just a little insight to the woman, actually.
On a related note. I remember when I was in the Air Force and posted at the main gate or on patrol. The officers wives were even WORSE about who they were. They were the wife of the guy that was an officer and thought of themselves as somebody special. Attitude like woe, oh no you din’t!lol

samurai on June 18, 2009 at 12:21 pm

I don’t understand, Debbie. I watched that video and nowhere do I hear Sen. Boxer say: “Don’t You Know Who the F- I Am?!”
That being said, I think Barbara Boxer is absolutely the most STUPID person in the U.S. Senate. She was an idiot when she got elected and she hasn’t improved one iota over the years.

There is NO Santa Claus on June 18, 2009 at 12:30 pm

People earn the right to be called “Doctor” after years of schooling, passing various tests and write various papers/theses . That is what “working hard” for the title is about. Not getting elected because your campaign had more money and BS than the other guys.
I called a judge “ma’am” and was told (by some lawyer) to call her “Your Honor”, like she somehow earned my honor by being a biased, man-hating dyke?
What would this Box’o’waste do if the B. General called her “ma’am” again? I’ll bet he called male senators “sir” and it made no difference to them…even though they “worked hard” to “earn” their titles too… 😉

Doda McCheesle on June 18, 2009 at 1:13 pm

If Barbara Boxer had half a brain, she’d know that for a military officer to address her as “Ma’am” IS a more than significant phrase of respect.
As for the comment above regarding officer’s wives, I’d take some exception to that remark- where were you stationed? I know for a fact my husband (USAF Col, commanded a TFW) would have eaten me alive if I behaved like that to cause consternation, or reflect badly on him with my attitude towards anyone in his Command.

Mistress_Dee on June 18, 2009 at 3:36 pm

Babs is one of three females from the SanFran region I regularly tag as “the Whore of Babylon-by-the-Bay”.
But i am curious — why on earth would she object to a term of respect being used?

Rhymes With Right on June 18, 2009 at 3:52 pm

Just watching this, you can see the General was trying to be as RESPECTFUL as he possibly could.
She must be named Boxer after the dog breed, eh?

BB on June 18, 2009 at 4:11 pm

Did she refer to him as Brigadier General? He worked much harder and for a much longer period of time for his title.
How about we just refer to her as Senator Bitch. That’s about as much respect as I can muster.

wolf2012 on June 18, 2009 at 4:22 pm

>>>”But i am curious — why on earth would she object to a term of respect being used?”
Think of Berkeley (SFO’s backyard), Code Pink, and the general anti-military sentiment of that area that Boxer hails from and I think you have your answer..

Mistress_Dee on June 18, 2009 at 5:21 pm

Military people AUTOMATICALLY call superiors Sir or Ma’am (Gender biased). Addressing an officer by his/her rank is more an insult than respect. it is highlighting the Superior/Inferior difference. Catch ANY military person off guard, and I GUARANTEE you will get a Sir/Ma’am.

Codekeyguy on June 18, 2009 at 5:42 pm

She was a louse when she was a County Supervisor, and it has not gotten any better since.

Worry01 on June 18, 2009 at 8:10 pm

See you next tuesday.

Anonymous1 on June 18, 2009 at 8:17 pm

Boxer is ignorant of military protocol. A person of superior rank is called “Sir” or “Ma’am”, when addressed by someone of lower rank. It’s SOP in Canada, and I assume such courtesy is the same in the US.

Hook on June 18, 2009 at 8:40 pm

“Don’t You Know Who the F- I Am?!”
The Juggernaut, Bitch!!

Squirrel3D on June 18, 2009 at 9:20 pm

Whatever “Dee”. I was in from 86-92 at Edwards AFB. Ca., RAF Greenham Common UK, AND Castle AFB CA. Pretty much all you officers wives were the same. SNOOOOBS. There’s a hierarchy in the military and 99% of your lady friends were the same way. Holier than though and a fondness for the booze.lol Much like the the Frankenfeinstein and Barbiboxer. If it don’t apply to you don’t take offense. Our base commander had a sgt S.P. deliver his paper to his desk. EEEEEEEEGOOOO.

samurai on June 19, 2009 at 12:06 am

Now you know what conservatives have to deal with in California. These people have this entitled, self-assured, liberal righteous attitude. Multiply that by millions of liberals, airheads, and whack jobs. The best way to deal with them is just let them believe in their own paranoia. My response to those who give you attitude is, “Yeah, and what f*ck are you going to do about it?” It rarely goes any further.

californiascreaming on June 19, 2009 at 1:40 am

I would love to be called ma’am by a general-it is very respectful

mindy1 on June 19, 2009 at 5:42 am

I couldn’t agree more about Pelosi being a pompous, lying, ignoramous (and evil, too.)…but one thing — “ma’am” always rankles me, too. It’s different from “sir.” “Yes, sir,” sounds respectful. “yes, ma’am,” has a little whine to it. Plus there’s the fact that all men are sir, but only older women are ma’am. And men get the “thanks, man,” which sounds cool, but women get “thanks, ma’am,” which sounds idiotic. Pelosi’s an idiot, but it’d be nice to do away with that stupid sounding “ma’am” altogether.

vladdy on June 19, 2009 at 4:26 pm

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