I’m sure I’ll probably wish I had left this alone; nah, maybe not. Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker says that perhaps we have elected our first female president. Obama isn’t exactly “girlie” she says, but he may be suffering from a rhetorical-testosterone deficit when it comes to dealing with crisis. What in the world would give Ms. Parker that idea?

Now Ms. Parker, being a dutiful member of the MSM, does do her best to backtrack out of her opening salvo that Mr. Obama, female president, isn’t man enough for the job. We’ve had it with “cowboys” anyway, she says. An inadvertent shot at George W. Bush no doubt.

She goes on to say that Obama, first female president, is suffering in reverse the same condition that makes us all hate Hillary Clinton so much. In Parker’s assessment, we view Hillary as a man because she speaks like a lawyer. Huh? Believe me, there are plenty of reasons if you’re a freedom loving American not to like Hillary and her speaking like a lawyer is way down on the list.

Just as Bill Clinton will forever be known as our first “black president”, Obama will go down in history as our first female chief executive. You libs need to hold your nasty emails for Ms. Parker. Don’t worry, she explains to all of us unenlightened dweebs how Obama’s female qualities are somehow not a negative thing but they are in her words, “an evolutionary achievement.” She writes:

Generally speaking, men and women communicate differently. Women tend to be coalition builders rather than mavericks (with the occasional rogue exception). While men seek ways to measure themselves against others, for reasons requiring no elaboration, women form circles and talk it out.

Okay, there’s the shot at Palin. I thought she may have forgotten that. Basically Parker’s piece is to let Obama off the hook for the Oil Spill debacle. You see, it’s not his fault. Obama’s our first female president. It’s just his style. His “rhetorical-testosterone deficit” doesn’t lend itself well to a crisis like the BP oil spill.

Major problems of the future, please remember Obama’s deficiencies. From now on only troubles that can be addressed from a feminine perspective, please.