Honestly, this woman doesn't think before she speaks.

Gwyneth Paltrow was recently scrutinized for saying every day mothers don't have it nearly as rough as she does in Hollywood. She was quickly countered by Angelina Jolie who said mothers like Paltrow and herself should never complain when they have all the resources they need.

Now Paltrow has stuck her foot in her mouth again.

While speaking at a Code Conference recently, she compared reading nasty internet comments (kind of like this post) to surviving a war.

"You come across online comments about yourself and about your friends, and it's a very dehumanizing thing. It's almost like how, in war, you go through this bloody, dehumanizing thing, and then something is defined out of it," Paltrow said.

This upset Senator, oh and may I add former POW, John McCain's wife, Cindy.

I can see where Paltrow would get confused... Browsing the Internet from the safety of your kitchen, in the air conditioning, sipping your coffee and eating your bignets in the still and quiet of the morning can easily be mistaken for a war zone in which everything around you could potentially kill you, you're hot, thirsty and haven't eaten because relaxing for just one second could me your life is brutally ripped away from you.

Tooooootally the same thing. #Sarcasm

It sounds like Paltrow is not cut out for the celebrity lifestyle, where your life is an open book with plenty of pages in the back for people to write what they want about you.

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."

So, if the fire is too hot, get out of the kitchen.

Oh, and may I add... It's because of those brave men and women in uniform "surviving a war" that you even have this terrible, awful life in Hollywood.