Actually, it's two quotes of the day, because I just can't choose. Responding to a New York Post article about a man who was "shot to death by a rival for the affections of a brilliant Ivy League stunner who moonlights as a dominatrix," radio host Michael Savage offered up these doozies:
[A]ny heterosexual woman today over the age of 25 who grew up in America is basically a dominatrix.
What does a professional dominatrix do that an ordinary woman doesn't do in America today?
Oh my. Perhaps not knowing the answer to that question is why Savage also blurted, "When I was a kid, we didn't need to go to a dominatrix; all we had to do is argue with our mothers." (Three! Three quotes of the day!) Now, I've been known to exaggerate a point or two in my time, and lord knows Savage is committed to making the point that all women are pushy, domineering bitches. But dude, when you have a thought that includes both your mom and S/M? That's probably a thought you want to keep to yourself.