Our good friend Terry McMillan sure loves to rant. Once she gets going, she can’t quite seem to stop herself! Today, she took a few minutes out of her undoubtedly busy day to blast Republicans:

If Republicans want smaller government, why don't they stop relying on big government for their paychecks?

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

I am digging the holes Republicans are digging for themselves by their outlandish and outdated opinions. Dig deeper.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Twitterer and blogger Sonnie Johnson rightly pointed out that countless girls, aka future women, are aborted every year.

@MsTerryMcMillan And you claim to love women, yet down mind them being slaughtered in the womb. Hypocrite

— DidSheSayThat (@SonnieJohnson) August 22, 2012

@SonnieJohnson They are not being slaughtered.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Of course not. Abortions don’t kill people; white men do!

White men should not have the power to tell women what our rights are. Period.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Hmmm … whatever could she mean by that?

It is critical that Republicans maintain control of those seats if they lose the WH so they can keep saying no to President Obama. Racist.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Time to go to Whole Foods. Thank you for tolerating my rant. Yet again. Have a worthwhile Wednesday everybody.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Hey Terry, you might want to reconsider. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey is himself one of those “white men” who’s not a fan of Obama.

Have fun grocery shopping! And don’t forget to engage in a little civil discourse before you leave:

@rkm812 Oh shut up. Call Bush.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Terry, Terry, Terry … take a deep breath, wait to exhale, and step away from the Twitters.


McMillan was kind enough to, um, clarify her earlier “white men” tweet:

When I said "white men" I was referring the ones in Congress making all of these sexist decisions about women.

— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) August 22, 2012

Yeah, right.

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