The Impending Doom of RINO Dads and their Daughters

by Featured Guest on January 11, 2012

Whatever Happened to Good Ole Hypocrisy? As America looks down the barrel of 2012, I’m hoping to bring back one precious but forgotten tenet of our society.

By Denise Odie Joseph II

In the past few years, after the election of Barack Obama seemed to shock thousands of spendy and progressive-friendly (they call themselves moderate) Republicans out of their complacent stupors, I started hearing a lot about RINO (Republican in Name Only) Republicans. And I was thrilled. Like a minority of conservatives who were not satisfied just to have a President we’d want to go have a beer with, I had been waiting with bated breath for this collective realization. I hoped it would be a rallying cry for fiscally responsible, individualistic, and religious conservatives to take back the Republican Party. However, while the Tea Party movement has done much to reinvigorate the party’s morale, it has done precious little for the party’s morals.

What I mean is—If the new band of Republican Party revolutionaries are so disgusted by RINO Republicans, why no word on RINO men?  After all, RINO politicians are nothing more than RINO men with unbridled blood thirsts for power. Perhaps, this is exactly why. Who likes to look in the mirror and see the picture of Dorian Gray? See the rot and decay of society on their collective conscience? See something that if they stopped to think about it, is unraveling the fabric of American society as fast as mass immigration sans assimilation.

To date, Rick Santorum has been the only candidate to acknowledge, if not with terrible clarity and if not to much avail, that the family unit is the cornerstone of American society. Santorum meekly hints that the horrific number of single-mom (pause to pay homage) headed households are, in some way, shape, or form, a symptom and cause of our crumbling economy. However, unlike Santorum who timidly proffers his thesis, (unless I’m missing something) I would like to stand up and stick my figurative finger in the face of every RINO politician and man ask, “Whatever happened to good ole hypocrisy?!”

Why? I’ll tell you.

RINO Republicans are analogous to fathers who proudly proclaim their conservativeness at dinner parties or perhaps during early afternoon phone calls to El Rushbo’s show, but let their “independently-minded” wives (translation–women who get their marching orders from St. Oprah or more recently, The View) pump their teenagers full of birth control and encourage their daughters to live the lives for which their bra-burning foremothers fought so valiantly. RINO Dads are those guys who will sheepishly to proudly, fill out Republican ballots on Election Day while their wives self-righteously mark their “principled” support for things like, “freedom of choice” and “freedom from poverty.” RINO men are dangerous men because they unconsciously traverse the world as wolves in sheep’s clothing. RINO men are out of touch with the very ideology to which they claim to adhere.

Among the Ten Conservative Principles the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute lists is the principle of “The Wisdom of the Ages,” #6.  “The past is a great storehouse of wisdom,” it reads, “modern people are dwarfs on the shoulders of giants.” These words go directly to the heart of conservatism—to the veneration of the preservation of traditions that have made our country great. When our men (and women) cannot even remember the principled widespread women’s opposition to women’s suffrage because they never even learned about it in the first place, but can instantly recall which American president freed the slaves without also recalling the importance of his most seminal quote—“A house divided cannot stand,” our society is in trouble. And yet, it is these same men, when faced with higher taxes from increased spending and entitlement programs, who angrily wave their fists at their television screens asking, “Doesn’t Congressman (insert RINO name here) know that Republicans are supposed to be fiscally conservative?!” The old adage goes that you “get him where it hurts” and where it hurts is his wallet. Unfortunately, what these RINOs (and the adage) do not realize that Santorum apparently does, is that they have indeed got you men where it hurts the most and where it can do the most damage—they’ve got you by your balls. They’ve got you beside your hearth, they’ve got your wife and your kids and it hurts so bad you can’t even feel it because like a phantom limb, they’re already gone.

In the 1960s and 1970s, feminists and liberals of other stripes started pointing out the hypocrisies of what they termed “patriarchy.” Time and again, they urged us to recognize human’s natural “animal instincts” in relation to traditional morality and therefore, to reject traditional institutions like marriage as outdated because now these intellectual elites had things like biology and sociology, things like women’s studies, gender studies, and critical race theory, to back them up. They pointed to infidelity or infamous sexual desire surveys (conducted by homosexuals) among traditionally married couples to “prove” their theses.  Limb by limb, they tore the traditional family to shreds until they reduced us to the shining bastion of cesspool equality that we have now in every American ghetto and which is seeping out into the middle and upper classes in less animated ways. For instance, we have raised an entire generation of boys who, permanently scarred by their parents’ divorces, (perhaps over issues such as infidelity) cannot emotionally connect or commit to any one woman in any meaningful way and so we also have an entire generation of girls for whom that coveted diamond solitaire comes later and later in life, with more and more contractual caveats (prenups). Somehow, when it happens after 5 years of living together, after 1 year of non-exclusive dating followed by another 3 years of recurring breakups over the male’s unwillingness to “commit,” getting that ring for which you girls will surely be paying your hard-earned half doesn’t feel quite like the fairytale it used to. But maybe that’s ok, since both modern versions of “Alice in Wonderland” and more recently, “Snow White,” (and this has nothing to do with the feminist agenda I’m sure) historically revise both heroines to be hard-assed soldiers.

It is entirely fair to say that the number of broken homes and otherwise “modern” families reflect an unquestionable victory for the feminists/liberals who intended to destroy and transform that sacred cornerstone of American society—the traditional family. While RINO Dads and men are often heard snickering about feminists around the water cooler, they do not realize that by virtue of being RINOs, they are complying with the same feminist/liberal system of social engineering they sneer at when manifested in more obvious forms like the black single-mother society, and are setting their own sons up to be the “playas” and their daughters up to be the “played.” RINO men should realize that by failing to do the job their Republican foremothers cherished, their wives are leading Republican culture to its demise. They should realize that non-black youth today speaks the language of bitches and hoes as well as black youth and that non-black youth males expect the same level of promiscuity from their female peers. Take, for instance, pop-star and young white girl idol, Ke$ha. Her breakthrough music video, “Tik Tok,” which incidentally utilizes about as many syllables as an ADHD-ridden culture can handle, features her waking up in her parent’s bathtub, filthy, fully-dressed, and hung-over after a long night of partying. Without bothering to attend to hygiene (granola-brand feminists should love this), Ke$ha, who, like black ghetto youth, refers to the police as “po po” and who is apparently still young enough to be living with her parents, drunkenly stumbles downstairs to her well-dressed, clean-cut, conservative-looking nuclear family, sneers at them in all her godforsaken glory, and walks out. This behavior causes her video mother to drop the stack of pancakes she is serving and provokes her helpless family to follow Ke$ha onto their perfectly manicured lawn while her video father, who reminds me of a debutante about to faint, follows the rest of the family out of doors with the loyalty of a fuzzy Golden Retriever. This video reportedly rose to fame because of the “irreverence” it displayed to a catchy tune and Ke$ha’s interesting enunciation (she doesn’t sing in the song at all but singing is probably a social construct anyway).

“Tik Tok” might as well be a Discovery Channel documentary on the behavior of that intriguing species known as the RINO Dad. Apparently, though her video father seems capable of amassing enough wealth to afford his family a shiny, comfortable lifestyle, he is completely powerless against the will of his monstrous teenaged whore child. Perhaps Ke$ha’s father learned along the way that if he beat the hell out of Ke$ha like she deserves and then sent her to a convent, he would become a social pariah and end up in jail. Perhaps he never even thought about convents because after robotically repeating “Happy Holidays” at Christmastime each year, he forgot that God exists. Or perhaps, more likely, he became “enlightened” along the way and learned that Ke$ha is just experimenting with her sexuality and that he could not possibly judge or rebuke her because after all,  doesn’t he himself fantasize about getting plastered and engaging in coitus with a young, blonde female from time to time? Upbraiding his daughter who is brave enough to do this openly would be pure hypocrisy, right? And he couldn’t possibly be a hypocrite, right? An enabler, an accessory, a castrated, dumbfounded puppet, but never a hypocrite, right?

Unfortunately for the feminist/liberal agenda to dismantle civilization as we know it and replace it with a new world order, man has been aware of his all too human tendencies from the earliest times. Indeed, every religion has been aware of these tendencies, and has acknowledged and appreciated them accordingly with blessed things like the 10 Commandments. St. Augustine of Hippo, who is a veritable goldmine for words of wisdom wrote, “You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you.” It is indisputably appropriate to acknowledge human frailty but it is also indisputably appropriate to acknowledge man’s inborn striving for that which is higher, better, more beautiful, and holier. Just as man’s desire for sex and food is beyond doubt, so too is his desire for the ideal, in all the forms he recognizes, in all the systems in which he partakes. Tragically, the intellectual elites of our era seek to destroy and demean the cherished truth of the ideal and they prey on post 1960s women, who are supposedly more educated and freer than all of their foremothers combined, to do it. From extreme vanity sizing to demands that magazine models (anorexic and unattractively thin models notwithstanding) look like the “real” size 8 woman, who historically would measure in at a size 16 to 20, modern women of the West are on the apocalyptic “Wild Hunt” for the ideal and are leaving terrific destruction in their wake. As women spearhead the demise of the ideal, the alternative to hypocrisy, they spearhead the demise of social order as we know it and love it. Henceforth, all of us will be staring down the barrel of life in a hip hop video or government-funded project where no one makes pretenses about “wat they be.” Where no one has to succumb to sin because sinning is the status quo and where no one need ridiculously pretend to be faithful because well, we would have wisely outgrown such primitive notions about nuclear families as individual economies. We would have outgrown capitalism itself because government entitlement spending would have to grow ten-fold to accommodate and assist the burgeoning hoards of single-mom children born of the scarred sons of divorce who accidentally inseminated their female sex partners, or couples who themselves participated in that modern American rite of passage we call divorce.

A few months ago, I heard relentless accounts of affairs Sarah Palin had earlier in life. Apparently, she was quite the man’s lady. If one were to believe the accounts, she also “took cocaine,” whatever that means. What’s funny and so beautiful is that I never knew a thing about Mrs. Palin’s exploits until she was recently “exposed” I never even had a clue that she was such a potentially bad example. For some strange reason, Mrs. Palin never publically, (or privately, to my knowledge) encouraged her daughters or anyone for that matter, to engage in libertine sex or snort drugs. In light of these revelations, I’m now thinking that she exhibited some pretty strange behavior when, instead of flouting the bonds of marriage like she purportedly did in her alleged moments of human frailty, she encouraged her daughter to marry *wait for it* THE FATHER OF HER CHILD! That BAREFACED HYPOCRITICAL HUSSY!  She didn’t even give up her stance on abstinence. Sick, Deluded, Bigot.

Maybe it’s just possible, being the rogue Grizzly Momma that she is, Mrs. Palin has not yet allowed her brain to be washed by the liberal guard. Is it possible that she is actually a red-blooded human being who makes mistakes and not a middle-management tool or a candidate (not that I’m advocating her election) straight from the Elect Your Local SocioPath video?  Could it be that regardless of whether or not she is able to live up her ideals 100% of the time, she still holds them dear? Could it be that this supposedly stupid woman, who never attended an elite college in her life, has some uncanny insight into the practical societal consequences of an unmarried teen mom America? Could it be that she knows right from wrong, her elbow from her… ? And for those of you who will snidely parrot, “She did it for her political image!” why is it that Cheney’s daughter parades around as a lesbian, or that Cindy McCain, Barbara and Laura Bush have all gone public in favor of homosexual marriage? Maybe it’s because they’re RINO women married to RINO men who will publish and publicize themselves taking controversial positions opposing their husband’s and conservative doctrine’s most fundamental beliefs? House divided, anyone? These are the people you’re entrusting with our children’s futures? In these desperate times? In the words of our American Beauty Ke$ha, in her homage to bestiality, “This place about to BLOWW UPPP AAHA AHA UH OHH!”

I hope we’re all as drunk and prettily dressed as her when it happens.

So, let us take this moment to reflect on the lessons Mrs. Palin has taught us and the great tradition of hypocrisy so many of you have left behind:

RINO Dads, the next time you see your daughter bounding (or sauntering) down the stairs in a pair of booty shorts with messages like “juicy” emblazoned on her backside, please stop her, turn her around, and force her to go upstairs and change.  As you march her room-ward, tell her why she can’t dress like this, school her on the consequences of her behavior.  Do it even if you were on your way to your man cave to watch porn featuring teenaged-looking girls dancing around in booty shorts with messages like “juicy” emblazoned on their backsides. Do it for your daughter, yourself, society, the ideal, but most of all, do it because you now remember that hypocrisy has always been our last, best hope.

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Ryu January 11, 2012 at 09:21

I’m going to write what no one else will.

The republican party is the white party and the democrats are for non-whites. We are repeating the experiment the South Africans performed and that the Rhodesians performed before them. .

The Boer handed their nation over to the blacks because they felt guilt. RSA is a third world nation today, thank you Mandela. The US, or Black Run America (BRA) is on a similar course. Like RSA, super affirmative action programs like RSA’s Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) are sure to follow.

You are tracing the edges of WN but are afraid to use proper names. In time, if you push for long enough, you will discover that saving Western civilization means saving Western man, which is the white man.

We must stand up not only to the feminists, but the affirmative action crowd and their conscious and unconscious supporters. Denial of biology extends to race. MRAs deny this portion of the red pill. They have not taken the full dose of the medicine.

The problem of republicans is their moderation. They lack conviction. A moderate easily changes his position and when it goes to the mat, he’ll back down. At the highest levels, doublethink is needful. You need the strength that comes with fanaticism and the abilty to learn that comes from the acknowledgement of imperfection. This is a rare combination.

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Anonymous Reader January 11, 2012 at 09:22

Sarah Palin is a feminist, as much of a feminist as Hillary Clinton, she just manifests it differently. It is hilarious to read a great, big, “man Up” screed like this and find feminist Srah Palin held up as some kind of admirable femme at the very end.

So here’s my question for you, Featured Guest: where were all your manly men and womanly women back in the 70′s, eh? Where were you oh so traditional conservatives when the family ourt system was being put in place? Were you opposing it, or did you help construct it, “for the women and children”? When the men’s-fault divorce laws were enacted, did you fight? Or did you go along? When Bradley created a debtor’s prison for men whose wives have divorced them, did you stand up and object? Or did you go along, because it was ‘for women and children”? When Joe Biden was pushing the “Violence Against Women Act” through the Senate, did you raise even your little pinky to question it? Or did you just nod and go along, because it was “for the women”?

It’s a bit late in the day for tradcons or socons to pop into Spearhead and ladle out some more shaming language onto men’s heads. We know all this stuff. Some of us saw it happening, and tried to get you socons to stand up against it. But you wouldn’t. Because all the feminstis and other Marxists have to do is blow their dog-whistle call, “For the Children! For the Women!” and you fall right into line, every single time.

VAWA is up for re-authorization. Why don’t you go get some opposition to that bad law rolling, instead of trolling Spearhead for flames?

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Anon January 11, 2012 at 09:24

My IQ dropped 20 points just reading this. Feminism and its excesses are the fault of fathers.

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Anonymous Reader January 11, 2012 at 09:27

Anon, that’s the standard social conservative / traditional conservative line – feminism is all the fault of men. It’s just another variation on female evasion of responsibility. It’s a mirror image of the feminist yelps about “Patriarchy”, in fact. One thing women reliably do when they commit some really big mistake – look around for one or more men to blame it on.

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Pirran January 11, 2012 at 09:46

“For instance, we have raised an entire generation of boys who, permanently scarred by their parents’ divorces, (perhaps over issues such as infidelity) cannot emotionally connect or commit to any one woman in any meaningful way and so we also have an entire generation of girls for whom that coveted diamond solitaire comes later and later in life, with more and more contractual caveats (prenups). Somehow, when it happens after 5 years of living together, after 1 year of non-exclusive dating followed by another 3 years of recurring breakups over the male’s unwillingness to “commit,” getting that ring for which you girls will surely be paying your hard-earned half doesn’t feel quite like the fairytale it used to.”

No, No and thrice NO. This is always the trad-con sophism. It ain’t “a failure to commit” (just another shaming euphemism for MAN UP), the permanent scarring comes from seeing their Dad ensconced in a crappy rental or trailer park with his life in ruins. THAT is why they want no part of it. You have to address the legal, social and monetary ramifications of divorce (on men) before you can address the social ones to society. You can’t fix it by ignoring it and asking them to march towards the machine-guns as always.

Otherwise, you have some interesting points, but you can’t slip that one in without us noticing.

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Rocco January 11, 2012 at 09:50

So Price….you don’t want to see your daughters doing what kei$sha’s doing, huh?

Well, they will.

And you can’t stop them.

And you’d better be careful how you speak to them because they have their own vawa behind them that was built in the 1970′s.

And they know how to use it, false accusations, force of cops and all.

They’ve been through the court system whether you think so or not.

I don’t envy the fathers of daughters.

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Taqman January 11, 2012 at 09:59

Rick Santorum is the typical So-Con who enjoys a secure marriage due to his wealth status among the elite and makes it more difficult for working class men to enjoy family life by making single mothers brides of the state.

What a Big Government Conservative Looks Like

Legislation that Santorum pushed through that subsidizes single motherhood among other big government legislation:

Voted to increase tobacco taxes to pay for an $8 billion increase in child healh insurance.

Voted to strike marriage penalty tax relief and instead provide fines on tobacco companies.

Voted to allow welfare to a minor who had a child out of wedlock and who resided with an adult who was on welfare within the previous two years.

Voted against food stamp reform

Voted against Medicaid reform

Voted against TANF reform (Temporary Assitance to Needy Families Single Mothers .

Voted to increase the Social Services Block Grant from $1 billion to $2 billion

Voted to increase the FHA loan from $170,000 to $197,000. Also opposed increasing GNMA guaranty from 6 basis points to 12.

Voted for $2 billion for low income heating assistance.

Voted to allow illegal immigrants to receive the earned income credit before becoming citizens

Voted to give SSI benefits to legal aliens.

Voted to give welfare benefits to naturalized citizens without regard to to the earnings of their sponsors.

Voted for mandatory Federal child care funding

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Ray Manta January 11, 2012 at 10:01

Anon wrote:
My IQ dropped 20 points just reading this. Feminism and its excesses are the fault of fathers.

I’d agree that fathers are far better than mothers at demanding certain minimum standards of decorum from their children and preventing them from associating with the wrong types of people. But they need the current social backdrop to exercise their authority. If they’re gelded by the state, they really can’t do this.

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Anon January 11, 2012 at 10:07

Just to be clear, I wasn’t suggesting that feminism and its excesses are the fault of fathers. I was commenting that that seems to be the main theme of this article.

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W.F. Price January 11, 2012 at 10:18

So Price….you don’t want to see your daughters doing what kei$sha’s doing, huh?

Well, they will.

And you can’t stop them.

-Rocco

Yeah, I know it’s pretty much out of my hands.

However, Denise has a point: At least we can stop supporting politicians who put us in this unfortunate position.

Of course, I have a more cynical attitude toward Palin: I think she demanded her daughter marry to make her look better for the campaign. If she really cared about marriage, she wouldn’t have gotten herself involved in her sister’s divorce.

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Dave January 11, 2012 at 10:18

I don’t know Ray. We have similar issues here in Canada, and I simply refuse to be gelded by the state (great wording by the way). Some of us truely are gelded, but I think many more geld themselves!

I have raised my children in a traditional manner and have pounded manners and morals into all of them. My wife acknowledges me as the leader of the household and stands by me as the second in command so to speak. We men do have influence within our families, but it does take a lot of work.

I don’t think the answer is to refuse to marry and raise children, but we do need to be much more judicious about it. I think the winning formula is to marry young before either party has a long history or romantic partners and to have at least a two year courtship period. Choose well, know the warning signs, make the choice.

I have definately educated my children, both male and female, as to what constitutes “run away and quickly” when it comes to relationships. I guess time will tell if they listen to me.

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Brawler January 11, 2012 at 10:24

Feminism and genderism today are latter day metam0rphs of craven white male bigottry and and white male cowardice mixed with intolerance.

It is not on account of the well being and loving care of females or their babies, that white males un-opposedly instituted the socialism of gender. No… It was on account of the hidden and silent majority of bigots, cowards and those males naturally intimidated by wives and daughters that genderism was instituted !

For myself as an honest and forthright man, whom likes an open and honest enemy, I feel a greater fraternity than enimity with todays extremists, skin heads, white nationalists, and openly racist white males. At least with these types and kinds, a man could still satisfyingly thrash it out, to establish dominance in the streets … Then go home, and lick his wounds, to prepare and then fight, openly again, another day.

On the other hand, with the socio-political machinations of the moderates, the RINOS, the manginas, the white knights and the other lying, deceiving and mendacious hypocrites … the bloody enemy actually comes into the home, with an honest and forthright man. The stinking traitor of a dog called wife and mother, now lives, sleeps, eats and drinks at the same table of and with the honest man. And when she has had her fill, she then goes ahead to open the door wide, to unknown strangers with guns and legal papers, represented by state officials to whom she has always had loyalty.

Damn it, I prefer the old days, when you cold look an enemy in the eye and let him have what was always comming to him and his crew. Not today, where even he, as well as I are surrounded and cannot lawfully strike back.

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BSimpson January 11, 2012 at 10:33

How in a man’s right mind, provided that the man ascribes to a patriarchal philosophy, could they ever vote for a female “leader”?

I have contemplated this question for many months. Sure I agree they should have the ability. However, personally, I cannot, in good conscience, commit to voting for a married woman. The only, only one I could even consider would be a single female. That female would have to, for all intents and purposes, be a man. She would have to be a female operating as a man and ascribe to the same patriarchal beliefs that I do. This is the conclusion I have come to and even if this happens, I cannot let go of the fact that women tend to side with other women ,”pussy power unite!”, even my girlfriend of 4 years does this from time to time, and she wants my type of patriarchal system.

This article is spot on regarding RINO dad’s. That is why I beat my woman at least twice a day.

I kid, I kid…

This problem is where I hope(d) the pick-up movement ends up addressing. It’s already a beacon for women-haters (it seems) and local lairs end up having to filter that sentiment (as a mod of a local lair I see it all the time). But the momenteum needs to be translated into fixing the RINO dad syndrome. Unfortunately, many of the goods ones just want sex and the ones that actually want a relationship end back up in RINO territory.

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keyster January 11, 2012 at 10:38

That was a poorly written screed, whoever you are.

Marxist ideology infiltrated our education and mass media in the 1960′s. It’s adeptly positioned itself as a populist movement, through educating our young and keeping the narrative alive through propaganda in our media and political correctness. Read Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”. It the bible of political operatives such as the Clintons and Obama.

If you’re a woman, a minority or a member of the “under-class”, the Democrat Party is for you. If you believe in individual responsibility and self-reliance, the Republican Party is for you. Which one makes the most compelling case for the average citizen’s vote? Redistribution of wealth or “You’re on your own pal!”?

The Republican Party (the “compassionate conservative”) is looking at the demographic landscape and is seeing, a growing hispanic population, a decline in religion and growth of secular-progressivism. It was only a matter of time. Once you control academia and the mass media you control the narrative, and they eventually win. Society just has to get to a certian point of decay, before people have no choice but to embrace it. The plan is coming to fruition.

You can almost here the footsteps of the prolatariat marching in lock-step to a Dear Leader, as the “cult of the individual” fades into history. Yearning for yesteryear, when men were men and all that, is a waste of time. The “group think” of liberal ideology has taken over. Individuals who question it are hateful, angry and bitter.

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Rebel January 11, 2012 at 10:52

I have to make a confession: I read the whole article and I’ll be damned if I understand any of it.

I tried a second reading but I had to stop half way through: my stomach was being turned inside out.

Alarming.

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keyster January 11, 2012 at 10:52

“Sarah Palin is a feminist, as much of a feminist as Hillary Clinton, she just manifests it differently.”

If you’re a woman who grew up in the late 60′s and 70′s, you are a feminist and there’s no denying it. Do take note that the Republican Party rejected Sarah Palin along with her fiesty little sister Michelle Bachmann for any chance at the presidency. They each had a small band of supporters, evangelical older women and mangina men who liked how pretty they were.

Michelle Bachmann held back as long as she could, but eventually even she used the gender card when things looked desperate in Iowa.
So where are all the Republican women, women who’ll dare stand up to feminist governance? Except for an aging Schlafly, there are none. So then, whey would you expect Republican men to even care?

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Nullpointer January 11, 2012 at 11:30

@Ryu

Western civilization is declining even in almost entirely homogeneous societies (white or otherwise). Take Japan for example, it’s a ticking time bomb. So is Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Ireland, etc. Iceland in particular has cyclically imploded for both environmental and demographic reasons. I don’t see their 98% or so white population stopping them from behaving like sluts (as Roosh so poignantly documents) or from engaging in the same asinine banking behavior (at least they voted out of the EU mess and said screw the bankers).

There’s plenty of 95%+ white countries that are going down the progressive road and also face horrible fiscal & age demographics going forward (Australia being another prime example).

@the original post

Sarah Palin, really?

Also, religion is a useful tool for society in the sense that it helps control people and makes them into useful tools. I prefer the view that moralizing is more often used as a political weapon of warfare than a true believer’s crusade. Both are equally dangerous.

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Nemo January 11, 2012 at 11:31

Most biological fathers have been kicked out of the house by the time their daughters hit their teens.

About 41% of babies are illegitimate. At least half – probably closer to 60% – of marriages end in divorce after ten years.

Multiply .59 * .50 = 0.295, or at best about three in ten dads are still around and still married to mom after ten years. Realistically, it’s maybe two in ten who are still married and present by the time her 13th birthday occurs.

If society has forced the man out of the house under threat of prison, how can he be held responsible for what goes on in a different zip code or, in the case of many, an entirely different state or nation?

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Richard January 11, 2012 at 11:54

While I applaud the site for including some varying points of view rather than simply being an echo chamber, I’d suggest a bit of quality control.

This was TLDNR gibberish. I visited the website of the author, and I have no idea where she’s coming from or what her worldview is; again, it’s just gibberish.

Perhaps I’m not sufficiently able to detect Onion-like parody or sarcasm when it should be self-evident.

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Taqman January 11, 2012 at 11:59

If society has forced the man out of the house under threat of prison, how can he be held responsible for what goes on in a different zip code or, in the case of many, an entirely different state or nation?

Obviously the answer is that the husband wasn’t a good enough Christian and is being justly punished by God when his daughter becomes a slut.

/so-con sarcasm

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Ray Manta January 11, 2012 at 12:03

Dave wrote:
I have raised my children in a traditional manner and have pounded manners and morals into all of them.

I’m happy you were able to do this.

My wife acknowledges me as the leader of the household and stands by me as the second in command so to speak.

That’s great. Unfortunately, if she doesn’t, you’ve got no recourse. The law is at her back, not yours. And the social chorus is of “the you go, girl! variety”. There’s also not a whole lot you can do if your daughters pursue the Sex in the City lifestyle once they’re away from you.

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Seamus The Classicist January 11, 2012 at 12:04

“Among the Ten Conservative Principles the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute lists is the principle of “The Wisdom of the Ages,” #6. “The past is a great storehouse of wisdom,” it reads, “modern people are dwarfs on the shoulders of giants.” These words go directly to the heart of conservatism—to the veneration of the preservation of traditions that have made our country great. ”

The Conservatives opted out of the Culture War way back in the 60′s. When the Progressives started taking over the school of Liberal Arts (one major reasons for the University’s existence) and Universities. Did they decided to stay and fight back with the pen? No, they opted out for Business (which truly has no place in the University) and the STEM, thinking “oh we’ll show them dirty hippies with our MONEY.”

Needless to say about 50 years later they have lost their culture because they didn’t know it. They couldn’t contemplate how the arts of logic, rhetoric, and philosophy were necessary to keep their culture intact, they thought only along the most base material lines and then were surprised when their sons and daughters grew up to be weirdos.

Yes, surgery can mend the body, but how do you mend the mind and soul.

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universe January 11, 2012 at 12:09

It’s really not within my bounds to engage critically in the politics of another nation so I’ll confine my words in the context of sex/gender issues.
Although the above guest article was well written within the scope of the author’s personal style it still displayed the ear-marks of ‘blame the common man’ and/or individual men for the encroachment of national psycho feminist politics.
This even while the author herself offers, …”When our men (and women) cannot even remember the principled widespread women’s opposition to women’s suffrage because they never even learned about it in the first place”.
There is a degree of truth to her assertion that some men should shoulder some responsibility toward advancing deceit feminism as it was some small amount of men in the publishing and other political circles who may have known better yet did not speak otherwise and allowed misinformation to be published and disseminated. But for the common man busy at work supporting the nuclear family dream in a still burgeoning post-war economy – not so much. The common man or (person) had information regarding female issues and/or feminism with-held from them. And then brow-beaten with the information that was promoted.
As for the So-Con men or conservative/republican men, who knows for sure. But perhaps they saw a gravy train and decided to ride it afterall. Macro politics and corporate economics rules the day whether any of us likes it or not.

And what of the sourse for all the deceit to begin with? Why are ‘they’
not considered in the blame game? Why are fraud feminists not fingered for their role in deceiving entire populations? Feminists of all stripes bleated their familiar paid for through tax dollars nonsense for decades. Yet they, the sourse for much individual and national malcontentment, escape notice and culpability? That is no longer going to happen as looking the other way regarding fraud feminism may have occured in the past but not so much around here or at any other pro-men’s issue blog. Most pro-male men writing men’s issue web-logs don’t have personal ladder climbing political aspirations and can tell it like it is.

Feminists definately are stupid but can’t be that stupid so as to not know that, yes, the largest opposition to the female vote were females themselves. And, importantly, that females acquired the franchise to a society through voting democratically toward swaying political outcomes not long after the common taxed man laid out the framework for their “democratic” inclusion into local or national decision making.
Feminists deliberately misled all people of good will with their deliberate hiding of facts and misrepresenting of most other facts. A simple “sorry” is just not good enough and will not do. There will be a price to be paid for so much female led feminist ill tempered will directed toward all of living and unborn humanity. It will begin by having very annoyed people publicly revealing feminist ruse and obfuscation to soon to be other annoyed people. Then the will will work upward to the macro sourse of it all.
Just as the author above tried making a stand toward righting what she thought as wrong a more broad intent of her approach will not do as well.

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Rocco January 11, 2012 at 12:10

@ Nemo

Excellent post, alittle simple working math brings the immensity of the problem into focus.

This generation’s success or failure rests on mom and the state, it’s accept it or kangaroo court and prison for you dad.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 12:21

Intentional, or otherwise, she has done a superb job of illustrating why women shouldn’t vote. In more ways than one.

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Ray Manta January 11, 2012 at 12:22

Nullpointer wrote:
Western civilization is declining even in almost entirely homogeneous societies (white or otherwise). Take Japan for example, it’s a ticking time bomb. So is Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Ireland, etc. Iceland in particular has cyclically imploded for both environmental and demographic reasons.

Japan and Iceland have ethnically homogeneous societies. The others have problems with liberal immigration policies. But your main point is still valid. Stopping outsiders from coming in only solves half the problem.

I don’t see their 98% or so white population stopping them from behaving like sluts (as Roosh so poignantly documents)

To their possible credit, their slutitude doesn’t appear to have as many socially damaging repercussions as it does here.

or from engaging in the same asinine banking behavior (at least they voted out of the EU mess and said screw the bankers).

Yep, they’ve got a real problem there.

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Rumour January 11, 2012 at 12:36

@ Dave – “I don’t think the answer is to refuse to marry and raise children, but we do need to be much more judicious about it. ”

only if by judicious you mean prophetic. i know of so many men who never saw it coming. there is simply no way you an know for sure that your sweet young wife isn’t going to turn on you with a ferociousness comparable to that of a rabid dog … and the kicker is that the state will put you down … not her.

it sounds like you still have children in the home … you’re not out of the woods yet. i hope you make it.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 12:36

RYU 10:21

Did you know that one of the main reasons that many lib elite dems want to not only keep abortion going, but they want to increase the number of abortions to keep the black population down??

Did you know that the R party has passed more legislation to help blacks in the last 40 years than the D party.

I could go on and on.

If a man is going to come before a group of good men such as this and speak out on critical issues, he owes to them to do the proper research before he runs his BIG FUCKING MOUTH!!

I don’t believe you are a fool, RYU, but you sound like one today.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 12:57

The first and foremost thing a potential legislator/legislator has to do is GET ELECTED and/or STAY ELECTED!!

Almost everybody leaves that out the equation.

Why was Rudy Guiliani socially “unconservative”? Because he had to be to get elected in NYC. He may feel one way or another, but some of his positions are traditionally not embraced by the R party.

Why did Mitt Romney flip– flop as he did……………………..

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Wobbegong January 11, 2012 at 13:02

Dave wrote:
“I have raised my children in a traditional manner and have pounded manners and morals into all of them.”

Kudos to you Dave but that can change overnight, your wife may still support you but the state can still attack. I’ve seen it happen many times.

Don’t marry, co-habit or procreate. Sad but necessary.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 13:12

OMT- RYU

Did you know that, right now as we speak, a conservative Republican group is preparing a case to go before the appropriate court to argue against RACE and sex based abortions? That means we can now kill a baby because he/she is black or male/female.

Your D party is expected to fight it. That’s the same “democrats are for non-whites” party you refer to.

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Ryu January 11, 2012 at 13:15

Mickster,

I know about that.

Unfortunately, comments are limited in length, and one cannot explore all aspects of a thing in one take. As a large scale, bird’s eye view, the democrats are indeed the party of non-whites and republicans are dominated by whites.

We know about their treachery. Just because whites vote republican doesn’t mean that republicans are doing what whites want. In fact, whites who are racially aware cannot find a good party in the US.

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Jim January 11, 2012 at 13:15

This article was silly. It has some good points to it , but overall it was a bloated, turgid mess.

Sarah Palin. Are you guys for real?

This is the woman that went after corruption in her own party in Alaska and pretty much had the Reagan pedigree. She was trashed by FEMINISTS, Democrats, Republicans, Independents, and every media outlet known to man. After all of that, they brought her down with 19 lawsuits that were all unfounded bullshit so she would have to utilize Alaskan taxpayer funds in her defense cases. She decided to step down because she knew they won.

If anything, she was a politician that was not part of the rotten mess. That is why they feared her. When you are getting flack you are over the target.

I may have been a mangina, but I know when I see a Reagan Republican.

The Fire Rises.

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keyster January 11, 2012 at 13:46

“I may have been a mangina, but I know when I see a Reagan Republican.”

Self-reliance is something you learn in Alaska. Unfortunately she lacked gravitas and insisted on speaking in that “folksie” g-dropping dialect.

Her husband is her key strategist and confidant; much like Rove was to Bush and Axlerod is to Obama. He’s the man behind the brand. She was eaten up and spit out by the media machine; CNBC, SNL, Jon Stewart, David Letterman, Bill Maher etc.

These are the propagandists for the progressive movement, that everyone listens to. They use ridicule and mockery, through their shows as the pulpit, to destroy any conservative that seems to be gaining too much power.

Conservatives have Talk Radio and now FNC. Opinions are expressed using factoids tinged with outrage, which is not as entertaining.

In the War of Words, it’s no contest.
Liberals have all the power…to dismiss and deride with impunity.

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Paradoxotaur January 11, 2012 at 13:49

@MickeyT: “Did you know that the R party has passed more legislation to help blacks in the last 40 years than the D party.”

There’s a very well-funded effort underway to circumcise 28 million African men. The pretext is that it will reduce the incidence and spread of AIDs; however, the (Orange Farm) study on which this is based is deeply flawed and there is credible evidence that pan-African circumcision will greatly increase the spread of HIV because of a mistaken belief that condoms won’t be needed any more if a man gets “the cut” (conversely/perversely: condoms are very, very effective at preventing the spread of HIV through sex; hence, why get cut?). This UN/WHO- lead program has the potential to kill millions of African men and women by AIDs spread through unprotected sex. I’m sure the 28 million foreskins will be put to good use in wrinkle creams, shampoos, and other beauty products for 1st-world women.

Does anyone know where the Dems/Repubs stand on this?

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Rebel January 11, 2012 at 13:57

@Nemo January 11, 2012 at 11:31
“About 41% of babies are illegitimate. ”

For those who might be interested, in the part of the continent where I reside, (Quebec) the illegitimacy rate (recently published) now stands at 65%. (this province used to be more catholic than the vatican)

Artificial insemination is skyrocketing as men no longer want to be fathers. (I know a woman who has 4 kids conceived via insemination).

On a positive note, men are now completely off the hook.

And they no longer give a shit.

Feminism has screwed women real hard and deep. And they know it..

ROTFL!!!!

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MKP January 11, 2012 at 14:27

Mr. Price, I’ve been reading your site and admiring you personally for several months now, but I’ve never before been driven to comment. I’m writing now only to tell you that this is the worst piece you’ve every allowed to be published on The Spearhead.

In many previous instances, several commentors more astute than myself have pointed out, capably and repeatedly, how little practicaly difference there is between the two major political parties. Practically no one from either party cares about anything beyond acquiring personal power for themselves and their families and allies. To the extent that either party stands for anything valuable – certainly in the context of the MRM – it is the Republicans’ attempts to break down the welfare state. As weak as those attempts usually are, they at least justify my taking a few minutes out of my day when the election rolls around to vote.

This piece seems to indicate that: (1) feminism and its attendant miseries are the fault of men for refusing to discpline their children [I'm shocked that you would even allow this to be posted - what about the men who are denied the ability to interact with their children in any meaningful way] and for “allowing” it to happen; (2) the Christian church is somehow the proper vehicle for restoring “moral virtue,” somehow defined; and (3) that Rick Santorum (!) is the candidate who will save us all, because of his meek talk about “the family.”

I’m younger than you and perhaps younger than most of your commentors, but I’ve seen enough to know when I’ve seen too much. The Church will do NOTHING to “save” men, other than encourage them to marry used-up 34-year old skanks who are done having fun and need someone to take care of them. And young men know it. We don’t care about St. Augustine. We don’t care about this mythical world of the 1950s before MTV and Ke$ha “ruined” everyone. We don’t care about Mom and apple pie and the rest of Rick Santorum’s hokey Americana.

“The past is a great store-house of wisdom” – then how did it lead to this miserable present? Oh, I see: because RINO Dads didn’t “man up.” Now where have I heard that before?

I still like your site and wish you all the best, but I am surprised you decided to publish this.

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W.F. Price January 11, 2012 at 14:33

I still like your site and wish you all the best, but I am surprised you decided to publish this.

-MKP

You must have missed the piece I posted last year by Hank Pellissier. :)

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 14:43

RE: 13:49 Para

That’s terrible.

I know it’s a favorite American thing to do, but why do you think anybody who represents the US gov’t might take a public position on it? I’ll try to find out.

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MKP January 11, 2012 at 14:50

Missed it? I read it twice and thought it was great.

But then, I might be considered a “moderate” on some MRM issues, and due for whatever abuse that entails. I do like and appreciate your site, though. I can assure you you have a lot more regular readers than commentors, espeically among the younger set.

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post-modern devil January 11, 2012 at 15:05

@ Ryu: If you are so passionate about multiculturalism, how about you make ANOTHER article on this website where you can talk all about HBD biodiversity, racial incapatibility, and all of that other stuff.

There is admirable qualities about being passionate about controversial issues but there is wisdom in knowing WHEN it is appropriate to be controversial and to bring up **** like that. This isn’t a topic dealing with race and nobody here was even expousing any ignorant liberal viewpoints on race either. All you are doing is irratating moderates who didn’t come into this thread to read controversial posts about race.

As far as I’m concerned, any merits of your point aside, you came off as somewhat effiminate and attention seeking.

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Whatever. January 11, 2012 at 15:06
Cider January 11, 2012 at 15:24

Twas a rambling article…. after two reads. Maybe a third would clear things up. I’ll sleep on it first. Though the new Blogette might be the second coming of Anoukange. Why….? Just why?

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Evolved Ape January 11, 2012 at 16:06

If you think right-wing politics will do anything for families or fathers im sorry but you’re completely misguided. This is typical right-wing crap: appeal to some key-words to get well-intentioned but naive voters to go along. People like Santorum won’t do one thing for fathers or men in terms of their relations to women, you can be assured. At most itll be some lame ass tax break. The problems with family institutions run way, way deeper, deep to an extent no politician will ever dare speak out in this kind of PC/liberal/feminist climate.

The role of the father and husband as protector, role model, provider, educator has been 100% outsourced to the government. Women no longer have to respect good-intentioned and honourable men, because they get the parental investment of these men indirectly through the appropriations of the welfare state rather than have to barter for it through the honourable deal that was marriage 1.0.

Decent, law abiding men are essentially being cuckolded every single day by the liberal welfare state that women have elected themselves – Churchill warned of this. Until every bit of that is repealed, women will continue garnishing your wages while having their every hole filled with the warm jizz of some black alpha male thug, raising his male progeny to do the same and his female progeny to continue in her mother’s footsteps.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 16:15

RE: 13:15

The D party keeps minorities dependent on gov’t ………the minorities (and others) think the D party is good to them…………….taxpayer dollars enhance D party power………….

I just hope none of my countrymen take you seriously on any important American issue unless they verify.

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Highwasp January 11, 2012 at 16:18

MKP = Man Kind Project?

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Geography Bee Finalist himself January 11, 2012 at 16:31

Wow.

A 65 percent illegitimacy rate in Québec for children born since a certain calendar year.

I guess in a stunning role reversal, “les enfants naturels,” or children born out of wedlock in Québec, will have to come up with a derogatory term in French for children born to a married couple given that illegitimate children now have numerical supremacy among newborns in that Canadian province.

I’m not aware of any derogatory terms in English for a person born to a married mother and father; maybe francophones born out of wedlock will be more creative.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 16:50

Paradoxaoaur

Please disregard my 14:43 response to you comment 13:49 with the exception of “That’s terrible” and “I’ll try to find out” I misunderstood something.

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Tom936 January 11, 2012 at 17:05

I’m disgusted to see Santorum praised on this forum. He finished second in Iowa because he convinced conservative voters that Ron Paul was “soft on abortion”. Not in favor of abortion, just not rabidly making it the central issue like he does.

Why do we want abortion to be the central issue of this or any race? That’s stupid, stupid, stupid. Banning abortion is not going to change the direction this country is going in.

Santorum and his ilk love the abortion issue because it is irrelevant. He can make noise about it without being seriously at odds with the Leftists that rule our country. The Social Conservatives and the Leftists have this whole fake wrestling match over it and a few other superficial symbolic issues, but when it comes to important things they work together against the rest of us.

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JaketheGreat January 11, 2012 at 17:50

Mickey,
Your quote at 12:21 is cutesy just like your name. It seems like most comments here indicate an overwhelming sense of guilt, like when your roommate asks you where their $20.00 bill that was lying on the coffee table is and you punch him for insinuating that you stole it even though that is not what he thought in the first place. Cuz you did. I worked with this author a few years ago and know that she would never solely or primarily, lay the blame at the feet of men. Additionally, she neither endorses Palin or Santorum but enthusiastically supports the Pauls. If she can see the good in people she otherwise laughs at, all the better for her and all the more pathetic for all of you.
If Richard at 11:54 is not able to detect Onion-like sarcasm he should only blame himself and perhaps not be allowed the right to vote.
Cheers Fellas.

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MKP January 11, 2012 at 18:19

@ Highwasp –

no, just my initials.

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Manlyman January 11, 2012 at 18:19

Or maybe “the author” ain’t very good at writing “Onion-like” sarcasm….

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Avenger January 11, 2012 at 18:41

@Null-there are 1.5 billion white people n earth (2.5b if you count Armenians, Iranians, Iraquiis etc)

In all of those countries you mentioned there are 20m people about 1% of the world’s white people if you use the 1.5b figure. Where are the most prosperous and advanced places located? No matter how badly people like you believe white people are doing just remember that everyone else is doing even worse.

And stop talking about Scandanavia like you know something about it outside of what you read on blogs and in bizarre tabloid news stories where you’re not even getting the full story.
The Japanese will survive just as they always have.

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Evolved Ape January 11, 2012 at 20:29

Tom95 -

thank you for the great comment. Its imperative for conservative leaning people to realize they are being shat upon by right wing politics. They used some symbolic BS issues like abortion/gay marriage to split the field so that they can pretend like there’s a difference between the 2 sides of the 1-party state/

And Santorum + the GOP are fighting to the death to make sure Ron Paul gets marginalized as much as humanly possible. If the worthless losers like Santorum, Gingrich, and Perry were to drop out, there’d be a race between Paul and Romney and that would scare the establishment to death.

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Jimbo January 11, 2012 at 20:36

Regarding whether feminism is the fault of men or women… I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but… in very profound ways feminism is indeed the fault of men. It is the fault of men because we’ve not just let feminist make it the dominant philosophy/religion of our time, we’ve guaranteed it step by step by giving women the right to vote, equal rights, abortion rights, parental rights, affirmative action etc. Emasculating ourselves in the process.
Regarding democrats and republicans. While it is true that most republican representatives suck, it is more true that democrats have been sucking them in the direction we have long been heading.. Straight to hell.

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Paul Murray January 11, 2012 at 21:10

“About 41% of babies are illegitimate. At least half – probably closer to 60% – of marriages end in divorce after ten years.
Multiply .59 * .50 = 0.295, ”

Oops – can’t do that. If there is any correlation at al between “marriage being childless” and “marriage end in divorce”, then this multiplication doesn’t tell you anything. You can only multiply probabilities when they are independent.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 22:36

RE: 17:50 JaketheGreat

“enthusiastically supports the Pauls”

You don’t know it, but you are helping prove my point.

Firstly, it appears as if she does not realize the urgency of removing Obama from office. Anybody who is aware of what this administration has done to the country in the past 3 years, knows that this not an election of who we want as president, but who we don’t want as president.

Second, we need to nominate the candidate who most likely to defeat Obama and Ron Paul has about a ZERO chance of of doing that. Any voter who supports anybody enthusiastically should know that.

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Mickey T January 11, 2012 at 23:19

Cont’d from 22:36

Although we have some room for wasted votes, the point is that anyone who supports a candidate wants them to win, and of course they believe they can win.

So, let’s say your friend gets her way and Paul wins the nomination. Then in the general he loses to Obama. People like your friend are then responsible for four more years of Obama, exactly what she, and people like me, don’t want.

She is far from being the only one who votes idealistically instead of practically.

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Nemo January 12, 2012 at 00:57

@ Paul Murray

The mathematics are indeed more complicated, but the conclusion that most American children will not have two married parents at birth and still have the same two parents, still married, when they turn 13 is correct.

Sometimes a simple calculation is good enough to convey the essence of the truth without covering all possibilities.

An exhaustive study of marriage and divorce and childbearing would be way too long to fit inside one of these tiny little commentary boxes.

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Scattered January 12, 2012 at 02:17

Ryu

You need to get over your white obsession, your theory may apply to under performing minorities but not for Asians and east Indians.

This isn’t white vs non-white, this is the left bribing low performing groups for their votes.

If the right is about whites it is only because they have the most to lose.

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E January 12, 2012 at 02:44

Tom936

Why do we want abortion to be the central issue of this or any race? That’s stupid, stupid, stupid. Banning abortion is not going to change the direction this country is going in.

We live in a globalized world where you can hop on a plane and get a sex change operation in Thailand and return home in less than a week. I’m no doctor but obviously SRS sex reassignment surgery is a much more complicated procedure than an abortion. If it’s possible to get such a complicated medical procedure done with such ease imagine how easy an abortion would be.

Even if hypothetically speaking abortion was banned in the USA, there would be nothing stopping a woman from hopping on an jet plane to some foreign country and returning back the next day for work. It would be a piece of cake.
The entire abortion debate is simply a distraction. I honestly don’t know why it even gets brought up within American politics.

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Ken January 12, 2012 at 05:03

2011 in RINO history….
Sean Hannity called Kim Kardashian a “role model for young girls”.
Yep! Way to go Francis.

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Norsefire January 12, 2012 at 05:07

“Perhaps Ke$ha’s father learned along the way that if he beat the hell out of Ke$ha like she deserves and then sent her to a convent, he would become a social pariah and end up in jail”

No S**t Sherlock. You don’t beat ‘the hell out’ of your kids, and I’m sure everyone here would say the same.

“As you march her room-ward, tell her why she can’t dress like this, school her on the consequences of her behavior.”

We can all see just how well that’ll work out. You can’t force morality down someone’s throat, you can only help open their eyes to the truth through teaching and example, and hope they choose wisely.

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Anonymous Reader January 12, 2012 at 08:11

Jimbo
Regarding whether feminism is the fault of men or women… I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but… in very profound ways feminism is indeed the fault of men. It is the fault of men because we’ve not just let feminist make it the dominant philosophy/religion of our time, we’ve guaranteed it step by step by giving women the right to vote, equal rights, abortion rights, parental rights, affirmative action etc. Emasculating ourselves in the process.

Apex fallacy. Just because a relative handful of Alphas were willing to go along with feminism in the 70′s it does not mean that the ordinary man, far way from any lever of power, busy working for himself and his family, had any control over society. Abortion was legalized by a court decision in the US, not any legislation, for example.

Don’t argue like a woman.

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stonelifter January 12, 2012 at 09:43

the problem with so called conservative-ism today is it does not deal with the reality of any issue( race, gender war/ feminists, crime, poverty, immigration, economic prosperity, etc) and it’s not conservative. Most so called conservatives I know want to preserve the very liberal 1980′s or maybe the 50′s. When I think of myself as a conservative I think of my ideals matching the commonly held ideals of pre 1860′s America.

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Towgunner January 12, 2012 at 10:21

What I like about this article is the mention of man’s gravitation towards ideals as a natural thing not to be displaced, denied but embraced. This is something not discussed much in the MRM, yet, but particularly relevant, and certainly (most likely) deliberately targeted by feminists and leftist culture. Ideals are our view of perfection. Its true ideals change with time and places, but there are only so many degrees of freedom that people have for ideals…i.e. we can see a scorpion and recognize it’s form and function and award the creature some level of beauty but when examining a slug we all know its outside the most generous parameters of humans’ ideal of beauty.
When Shakespeare had Hamlet lament about Man, we didn’t just get a shallow description akin to some Jersey Shore metric i.e. nice abs, no, we got a holistic overview of everything that makes a person ideal. Not just physical form…but intellect, spirit and soul. Alas, the human ideal was revealed by pointing out the obvious to us. When looking at history it’s quite clear what the human ideal is and it is a man not a women. This is not to be confused with sexual ideals or desires because in contemplating everything that is human sex is but one part of it. It’s more like asking yourself, if you could wish yourself into being perfect – how would it look. Furthermore, I think Ayn Rand was right with hero worship and women whereas they may not wish themselves to be men but would ascribe the human ideal to men nonetheless. In contemporary times our culture managers are keenly aware of our innate ideals and play off of them. Thus today, via compulsory education, media, propaganda etc the engineered ideal is a women or homosexual. Perhaps this the core source of so much angst in all of us (why we are all on drugs etc), because we know through and through what the ideal truly is. Having to keep your genuine opinion in check out of some implanted guilt from any number of special interest sources taxes our psyche and our souls. We all know it’s not some self-loving, narcissistic news anchor like erin bernett or indulgent actress that fits our mind’s eye of perfection. How could it be in an age of airbrushing and plastic surgery? How could women be the ideal when their nadir is the cast of sex in the city? We don’t see a master of nature and one’s destiny; we see a gluttonous, simple minded, selfish, childly, womanly and altogether submissive slave. Indeed, a slave not only to their impulses but to inanimate objects like shoes and hang bags. In the idealistic sense what is there to admire about women?

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BCDad January 12, 2012 at 12:23

Their convenient rhetoric-of-the-moment notwithstanding, Palin and Bachmann owe their appeal to one and only one factor – lots of us would like to see them naked.

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Mickey T January 12, 2012 at 12:28

“The entire abortion debate is simply a distraction”

I wouldn’t bet my Spearhead donation money on that.

It’s a very serious issue. To some, it is the first, or near first consideration when voting.

The National Right to Life keeps an extensive history (voting records) of EVERY public official. They have not selected a primary candidate to support yet, but they do have a voting history record of all the candidates on their website. When they, and other right to life organizations pledge their support to a candidate, you bet bet they will hold those candidates to their campaign promises.

There is a whole pro life world out there that is bigger and more powerful than most are aware of. The NRLC has their own PAC. And they’ve done MUCH in the war on baby slaughtering. Their accomplishments are endless. There are 20 current pieces of legislation in the House right now. And that’s only the House.

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Anon January 12, 2012 at 13:06

Scattered,

You need to get over your white obsession, your theory may apply to under performing minorities but not for Asians and east Indians.

For this reason, the left is working hard to classify Asians as white :
http://volokh.com/2011/07/29/asians-as-white/

You should cheer up White Nationalists like Ryu with this information. Whites will soon be 80% of the population again! They should be jubilant!

The last time whites were dropping in numbers, they boosted them my including Jews and Italians as ‘whites’.

The same will be done again, and whites will be 80% of the population. Ryu should be jubilant!

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Anon January 12, 2012 at 13:09

lots of us would like to see them naked.

Speak for yourself. Bachmann is 55 years old, and while makeup and hair stylists can work miracles above the neck, I can safely say that there is NO 55 year old women in the world I want to see naked.

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Mickey T January 12, 2012 at 14:42

“In fact, whites who are racially aware cannot find a good party in the US.”

So,if I find a party which I think is good, I must not be racially aware, and If I search and search for a party which I like without success, I may very well be racially aware.

I never thought of it that way.

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Mickey T January 12, 2012 at 15:11

“……….I can safely say there is NO 55 year old woman in the world I want to see naked.”

You gave me a good chuckle. Most of us “old folks” agree that sex is better in our 50s. There are none of the “I’m doing you a favor” bullshit games. She shows that she horney and just wants sex and wants nothing for it, other than more. Sex is psychological, when the quality of the relationship is better, there is usually more physical attraction. I would rather see the right 55 year old woman naked than probably any 25 year old.

Did you know many women peak in there 50s as well as generally value men more??

I’m not saying all women in there 50s are as I describe, but most are who are looking for a companion and there are plenty of them. And I’m also talking about a different generation with different values and morals.

I have no idea (I don’t know what feminism will do to our culture in the future) of what the younger women might be like in there 50s, but, no rush, you younger guys may, or may not have something to look forward to. I hope so.

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Like a G-6 January 12, 2012 at 19:31

@ Mickey T

“You don’t know it, but you are helping prove my point.

Firstly, it appears as if she does not realize the urgency of removing Obama from office. Anybody who is aware of what this administration has done to the country in the past 3 years, knows that this not an election of who we want as president, but who we don’t want as president.

Second, we need to nominate the candidate who most likely to defeat Obama and Ron Paul has about a ZERO chance of of doing that. Any voter who supports anybody enthusiastically should know that.”

What you fail to understand is Obama, Romney, Bush, Clinton, Reagan, Carter, Gingrich, Kerry, they’re all puppets. Ron Paul is, of the Republican lineup, the least likely to be a puppet and establishment stooge. His record is the evidence I submit for review.

I think Obama getting a second term would be a better alternative to Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, or some other RINO, because Obama is known bad. With a new bird-cage liner it would take a couple years (maybe) for people to fully wake up to the new bad!

For once in your lives quit voting for stupid evil! This isn’t about picking the winning team, it’s about picking the best representative that understands his, and government’s place in your life! We are looking at Greek 3rd world-om if we don’t get our shit together!!!

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Nom de Guerre January 12, 2012 at 23:32

@ Like a G-6

“Stop voting for stupid evil!”

Awesome. I am so sick of drones who take their marching orders from the political elite (“RP has no chance of winning” they repeat) or the feminist elite and then get mad when they find themselves screwed royally but refused to do something about it when they had a chance.

I for one think letting Obama have another 4 years might actually prove useful if it keeps Repubs acting like Repubs and increases the average voter’s rage towards the decades of Blue AND Red corruption and deceit that led us to Obama in the first place. With one of these cardboard cutout men as President, the average RINO might become complacent again and the CCs will sell us out on the DL like they’ve always done in the past. If our country can handle the damage and also can’t get its act together enough to vote for Paul, the best I can hope for is that the common people become so angry and fed up with the status quo in the next 4 that they start some sort of revolution within their own homes and lives, one by one. And to those of you who say this way of thinking is stupid and unrealistic, I submit to you Gandhi or our own Revolution for that matter. Then maybe, just maybe, the drones will be ready for Paul.

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Mickey T January 13, 2012 at 05:50

RE: 15:11
I should have added there are plenty of bitches out there, but because there are so many women available, you can usually find one who treats you decent. That’s just the way it is as we get older.

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Mickey T January 13, 2012 at 06:32

@ Like a G-6

1) Do you know this a mens rights group?
2) Are you American??
3) Are you of American voting age??

If the answers are yes to above questions, I suggest you seek the help of an ophthalmologist and/or an audiologist.

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Dutch January 15, 2012 at 10:47

Jimbo is correct in suggesting Feminism is the fault of men. Grrrl power advocates would like to believe they led a valiant struggle against ‘the man’ in those days but they don’t realise or conveniently forget that they were successful only because men of power let them. Not because they were such swell guys, either, but because both world wars had proven that women can make an excellent addition to the pool of wage slaves and voters. We see the trend continuing today with rampant immigration from third-world countries.

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Venom Froggy January 18, 2012 at 17:16

The best case scenario for an uncompromising couple who stand for opposite morals and principles in politics is a STALEMATE.

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Like a G-6 January 18, 2012 at 22:35

@Mickey T

You condescending little shit I ought to come through this monitor and kick your sorry ass!

The biggest mens rights problem is this overbearing government, yet you come here and fucking tell me that this is a men’s rights site and that I need to see an eye-doctor! Fuck you!

If we got some fraudster socon in office, it’s guaranteed 8-16 years of more government expansion! That’s his 1-2 terms plus another Democrat 1-2 terms! You think there will be a decent democrat running by then? I’m not even sure there will be ballot boxes anymore at that point!

At least if RP doesn’t win, Obama can go back in, continue shitting on himself, and we may have a half way decent chance again getting a real constitutionalist the R nomination, as R is the best likely party to employ for this purpose!

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Ethical February 26, 2012 at 22:35

Dave wrote:
I have raised my children in a traditional manner and have pounded manners and morals into all of them.

My wife acknowledges me as the leader of the household and stands by me as the second in command so to speak.

Ray Manta replied:
That’s great. Unfortunately, if she doesn’t, you’ve got no recourse. The law is at her back, not yours. And the social chorus is of “the you go, girl! variety”. There’s also not a whole lot you can do if your daughters pursue the Sex in the City lifestyle once they’re away from you.

@Ray Manta: So true. Not to knock Dave for a well intentioned point, but condescendingly offering criticism and advice to other men who’ve suffered in situations we’ve never had to face exemplifies the tendency of male competition with other males that is the ultimate achilles heel for the MR movement. In a social welfare state male competition withers in the face of the female cooperation that gives feminism such fierce lobbying power.

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Anonymous May 17, 2013 at 08:32

I just read this.
It’s funny, I actually agree with it, but I just can’t take it seriously considering who it was written by…Ms. Denise Odie, or Mrs. Denise Odie Joseph II, or Mrs. Denise D’Souza, or whoever she is. She spent almost an entire year posting her holier-than-thou traditional family Republican mama values but her claim to fame was that she was caught comitting adulterey in a hotel room with another married man old enough to be her father (Dinesh D’Souza, who blamed liberals and feminists for 9/11 due to their gross immorality) just mere months into her marriage. She did this at a Christian family values conference. You know, maybe instead of pointing the finger at feminists blaming them for everything maybe conservatives should attempt being the change they want to see. No wonder Denise loves to glorify hypocrisy. She’s a hypocrite herself!

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