July 26, 2014

Will Women Stop Voting For Men That Diminish Their Worth? (VIDEO)

War On Women By Republican MenMen are just as smart as women.  Women in the real world have generally been the smarter sex. Inasmuch as it is still a male dominated society on paper, women allow most outcomes. One can assume it has much to do with biological urges that a patriarchal culture has ‘imposed’ on men. Many women describe it as the little head allowed to rule over the big head.

That begs the question, what makes a woman consistently vote for men that display a disdain for women, an ignorance of women, or simply a disregard for women? In a span of one week Governor Phil Bryant (R-MS), Senator Jeff Sessions  (R-AL), Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), & Fox Commentator Erick Erickson with a  bewildering comfort were successfully able to corroborate why “The War On Women” phrase was appropriately descriptive of their wing of the Republican Party.

Governor Phil Bryant (R-MS): How did America  get so mediocre? “um you know I think parents became both parents started working and a mom  is in the workplace….”

Fox Commentator Erick Erickson: “Liberals telling Conservatives that they are anti-science but this is, Liberals who defend this and say its not a bad thing is very anti-science.When you look at biology, look at the natural world, the roles of a male and a female in society and other animals the male typically is the dominant role.”

What’s to blame for so many instances of sexual assault in the military?

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL): “.. points out that a picture here of a newsstand and a Air Force base exchange with you know sexually explicit magazines being sold. So we live in a culture that’s  awash in sexual activity.

Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA): “The young folks that are coming into most of your services are anywhere from seventeen to twenty two or three. Gee whiz. The level of, the hormone level created by nature um sets in place the possibility for these types of things to occur.”

One must not forget the litany of other candidates during the 2012 election cycle as well. Among them were Richard Murdock, & Todd Akin.

Better candidates will be elected as more women, fathers of women, brothers of women, uncles of women, grandfathers of women, children of women, & every permutation in between realize that the above backwards mindset is not slips of tongues, but true beliefs. These beliefs materially hurt women both economically and emotionally. These beliefs hurt the entire country. The electorate must educate themselves and accept responsibility to the body politic to ensure a working democracy.  The electorate gets the government they elect. The dysfunction is theirs. The day of reckoning may not be too far in the future.

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  1. Topic needs resolution from the core … at the top of this very page is an advertisement featuring a breasty woman in an inviting pose offering herself to the right (every-)man. Her image demeans both men and women by objectifying them. They are just objects to be manipulated, made commerce and commodity. We are not even considered human any longer. Note that even the author, well educated and talented, contributes to this morass by using ‘that’ to indicate another human being, whereas ‘who’ addresses an individual or group of humans. Increasingly we ask ‘what are you?’ rather than ‘who are you?’ … at war we describe our fellow citizens as ‘boots on the ground’ (boots being the battlefield honor given those who have been killed) rather than neighbors or family members. During the Gulf oil spill we mostly ignored the dead while ‘news readers’ clamored that more ‘bodies’ were needed to clean up the mess (entirely commodified) … in speech we add unnecessary words or repeat nonsense – ‘what for?’ a famous celebrity judge shouts at witnesses, when the real question is ‘why?’ On a two story rooftop a breathless cop with a cocked Glock orders a suspect to ‘get THE GROUND’ … if the suspect jumps to the ground, he’ll likely injure himself (and be shot on the way down) -or if he does not obey the letter of the command hesitation is called non responsive and resisting arrest … a no-win situation. We hear it all the time, people not knowing the difference between floor, ground, ceiling, roof, etc. … everything is intentionally vague – you know, whatever, everybody has a right to his (ignorant) opinion … nonsense. Words and ideas have become obliterated. No wonder women are considered brainless, worthless ‘workers’/slaves. And men, too, with certain entitlements/benefits/self delusions. The fastest way to destroy a culture is to subvert its language ,,, but keep up your good work. Even if you cannot make a difference now, you may well help those who follow the new underground directive – ‘disperse, adapt, remember’ … you can help us remember.

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