It's reportedly the first unbleeped usage of the vulgarity on the long-running cartoon.
"I often use it in reference to men when they're being a jerk," the "Unapologetic" host told Andy Cohen.
It was one of those icky moments that, if you are a woman, you have likely experienced. It may have been years ago, but it might as well have been yesterday because you still remember it in vivid detail -- including how vulnerable you felt, how powerless you must have seemed.
It's interesting that nobody brings up the story about John McCain calling his wife the C-word. I've heard two theories explaining this. 1) The media doesn't like using the C-word. 2) It's not a sourced story.
People make mistakes and tongues slip, and I seriously doubt Rep. Davis consciously thinks in equations like "black man = boy"...but that is one serious foot in his mouth.
It's far from the first time the "maverick" has made himself into a liar, and today's opening statement to General Petraeus once again showed it won't be the last.