I would like to be yet another non Tory to come to the defence of Louise Mensch who is entitled to her foolish Tory defence of The Murdochs.
Mrs Monk is a frequent Twitterer and indeed a natural twitterer, because she is by nature both a reactionary and a fan of Haiku.
The Telegraph and others have reported on the misogynistic abuse that Louise Mensch has received and that she is now virtually "unMenschenable". That is Mrs Monk’s joke and from what I have read there have been many jokes at Miss Mensch's expense and many from men who hate her views but would nevertheless like to have their way with her. Blatant misogyny. I would also like to add that Mrs Monk would not exactly be pleased to know that Miss Mensch was out to influence either my opinions, or my loins by her picture spread in GQ.
It should be noted that many other men, fancied Margaret Thatcher particularly after she altered her voice and became more husky and domineering. Clive James, who is a man, felt this way about MT and I am not at all inclined to share this view of Thatcher, nor pass any judgement upon his infatuation. In fact I am more inclined to share the opinion of Elvis Costello, who wanted to "tramp the dirt down" on Thatcher's grave.
I do note that neither view is considered misogonistic, in the case of Margaret Thatcher, but it was of course Ms Mensch who knowingly put herself in that naughty Tory girl place designed to tickle all the boxes. Only a very naughty girl would defend the integrity of very naughty media megalomaniacs.
As a man, I am spoken for, as Mrs Monk would be the first to remind any woman like Louise Mensche that was capable of the misuse of a blouse for political advantage.
I would like to think that my credentials were established before this misogyny rap came Twitters way when I wrote, Blousy Louise Mensch MP.