Hear that? No? It's the lack of outrage over the fact that Glenn Beck called Hillary Clinton "the stereotypical bitch," as Garance Franke-Ruta pointed out on Tapped. Here's what Beck said on his nationally syndicated radio show (he also has a show on CNN Headline News):
Hillary Clinton cannot be elected president because -- am I wrong in feeling, am I the only one in America that feels this way? -- that there's something about her vocal range. There's something about her voice that just drives me -- it's not what she says, it's how she says it. She is like the stereotypical -- excuse the expression, but this is the way to -- she's the stereotypical bitch, you know what I mean? She's that stereotypical, nagging, [unintelligible], you know what I mean? And she doesn't have to be saying -- she could be saying happy things, but after four years, don't you think every man in America will go insane? Is it just me?
Regardless of how you feel about Hillary, there's no excuse for this kind of misogyny.
(On his show the next day, Beck added, "I never said that Hillary Clinton -- excuse the language -- I never said that Hillary Clinton was a bitch. I said she sounded like one.")