Gloria Steinem, Jane Fonda Call for Government Censorship of Rush Limbaugh

by W.F. Price on March 13, 2012

Prominent feminist Gloria Steinem and Viet Cong propagandist Jane Fonda, along with Robin Morgan, have issued a statement calling for the FCC to ban Rush Limbaugh from the airwaves for his speech. Comparing him to Josef Goebbels, they argue that Limbaugh’s speech is not in the public interest, and should therefore be banned from radio.

Limbaugh doesn’t just call people names. He promotes language that deliberately dehumanizes his targets. Like the sophisticated propagandist Josef Goebbels, he creates rhetorical frames — and the bigger the lie, the more effective — inciting listeners to view people they disagree with as sub-humans. His longtime favorite term for women, “femi-Nazi,” doesn’t even raise eyebrows anymore, an example of how rhetoric spreads when unchallenged by coarsened cultural norms.

Furthermore, they accuse him of hiding behind the First Amendment, and falsely claiming to be an entertainer, suggesting that the First Amendment wasn’t meant for certain forms of speech, particularly when feminists declare it hateful. In a shameless lie, the feminists say “this isn’t political.”

The rush to deliver a final blow to Rush Limbaugh may or may not bear fruit, but the initial sympathy Fluke and her sisters gained from the Limbaugh imbroglio will likely wear off in short order as feminists bare their totalitarian fangs. Respect for freedom of speech, political restraint and compromise are alien to them. Some have mentioned that we face a dire situation when females comprise a majority on the Supreme Court, and it certainly is starting to look that way. If Steinem et al are any indication of how women in power feel, we may see the US Constitution finally rendered absolutely meaningless in our lifetime.

I suppose, however, we could raise the stakes here. As I understand, there is no statute of limitations for treason, and Jane Fonda’s actions in Hanoi in 1972 certainly appear to qualify as treason. If Steinem, Morgan and Fonda want to use a technicality to silence Limbaugh, then why not finally hold Jane Fonda accountable for her crimes against her country? I understand the penalty for treason is harsh, and includes execution in some cases, but at her advanced age Jane Fonda would likely only receive some years in prison. An ordinary American man who committed treason would likely have faced severe punishment already, yet this arrogant traitor casts herself as a moral authority, and presumes to dictate what men can and cannot say on air.

Below is a photo of Jane Fonda saying things over the airwaves back in 1972:

Hanoi 1972: Jane Fonda, perched atop Viet Cong AA gun, gives interview for North Vietnamese state press

If feminists make attempts to censor men through government coercion, then surely they can face the consequences of their own crimes.

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Zorro March 13, 2012 at 13:22

Gloria and Jane: Two graves I will gleefully urinate on.

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Raj March 13, 2012 at 13:33

Women own the government through the corporations because of their buying power.

If they really want it, they will get it. No doubt about it.

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Boxer March 13, 2012 at 13:35

suggesting that the First Amendment wasn’t meant for certain forms of speech, particularly when feminists declare it hateful…

The first amendment is specifically for speech declared hateful. There was never any need to protect the rights of people who said popular things, and who appealed to wide audiences. The authors of America’s revolutionary political structure were thinking specifically of people like us (and I suppose like fat boy Limbaugh too) when they penned that amendment right up top.

Regards, Boxer

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Opus March 13, 2012 at 13:38

Interesting photo of Jane Fonda… surrounded by her army of Child Soldiers!!! Hey, perhaps you Americans should invade! – oh, you did already.. I see. Fonda2012 I say.

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dragnet March 13, 2012 at 13:41

These bitches are ridiculous—every word is completely dishonest. “Feminazi” isn’t a term used to refer to “women”—it’s used to refer to radical feminists, a vanishingly small percentage of women with outsized influence on American life & public policy.

The Constitution is pretty much meaningless already. Under VAWA men are stripped of poverty rights and due process. Bush subjected foreign and American citizens to torture and ignored habeus corpus. Obama went to war in Libya without the Congress and is now using drone missile to slaughter US citizens without trial. Turns out we didn’t need the feminists to get the ball rolling on shredding the Bill of Rights.

And Rush is an idiot. Of all things to harp on about this issue, sluts and contraception isn’t it—the real problem is asking for other people to pay for it. If he’d talked about that we’d be having an entirely different (and necessary) debate: how women avoid the burdens of true equality by transferring the costs to men or taxpayers.

But no, he had to talk about sluts…while working on his fourth wife.

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Rebel March 13, 2012 at 13:41

Time to pull the “SCUM Manifesto” and the “All men must die” propaganda and ask Steinem and Fonda if they still agree with the horrors they spat some years ago.

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Raj March 13, 2012 at 13:50

Actually Rush Limbaugh’s real crime wasn’t calling Sandra Fluke a slut but appologizing for it. Appologizing is beta behaviour and women disrespect it with a passion, much more than they dislike insults.

Laws are just tools for humans (in this case women) to act on their feelings. Once you bend over, its open season. Law of nature.

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Anon March 13, 2012 at 13:52

There is something oddly ironic about objecting to the term “feminazi” in the same paragraph in which you attempt stifle opposing speech through force of government.

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Craig Himself March 13, 2012 at 13:53

WF:
“…but the initial sympathy Fluke and her sisters gained from the Limbaugh imbroglio will likely wear off in short order as feminists bare their totalitarian fangs.”

Wooo POW!

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Anonymous Reader March 13, 2012 at 13:58

Looks to me like doubling down on the part of the aging feministas. This is a good thing, a good thing! More doubling down, please! More removing the “it’s for the chilllldren” mask, more revealing of the true, totalitarian face of femininism.

Femininism is a branch of Marxism. No branch of Marxism can tolerate dissidents; once enough power is obtained they must be silenced by any means necessary. This is the beginning of the final phase of femininism: when it is no longer enough to control all the actions of men, but it becomes necessary to try to control our thoughts as well.

The more men go their own way, the more furiously the femininists will try to make them submit to Big Sister.

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Anonymous Reader March 13, 2012 at 14:02

Welmer, as I read the Constitution, treason is narrowly defined and has historically been limited to such things as giving aid and comfort to enemies during declared war. The Nazi agents who were caught on the Atlantic coast during WWII included at least one US citizen if I recall correctly, all were executed. However the declaration of war against Nazi Germany was clearly in effect.

Since there was never a declaration of war against North Viet Nam, I doubt there’s any chance of ever trying Hanoi Jane for treason. I’m sure that there were demands back in the day to arrest her and others for treason and none of that ever happened, even though J. Edgar Hoover was in charge of the FBI.

So, I don’t think that’s an option. Sorry ’bout that.

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Rocco March 13, 2012 at 14:03

“Jane you ignorant slut…..”(tm SNL)

At these feminazi’s had a sense of humor in the 1970′s, I guess they became noosy bossy old women.

There has been a long history of failure on the part of those trying to censor speach in the U.S..

But who ever thought we’d have a female president….

…wait a minute.

All kidding aside, and I’m pretty liberal, but I think this is what you’ll see in the next Obama Presidency when he’s re-elected, this is the sisterhood flexing it’s muscle for show.

They will try to pass a Canadian style anti-hate speach law with their mullah’s deciding what is hate…just like the Arab countries they are immitating.

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Traveller March 13, 2012 at 14:07

Roger Vadim’s Barbarella (1968) was my first crush as a little child.
Science fiction and loosely dressed women, kryptonite for nerd 1st graders.
Sad how a fantasy can be so distant from reality.

As usual, when thry are young they capitalize on thighs and breasts, when they are older thery sing the morals (Brigitte Bardot is another). But obvious, women go to God when Satan does not want them anymore.

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BachelorLessons March 13, 2012 at 14:31

I’m not a fan of Rush Limbaugh. The truth is, I do believe he goes too far, I do believe what he says is lined with malice, I do believe hides behind the First Amendment, and I do believe he is NOT an entertainer. That being said- if I may bastardize the words of Lycurgus- perhaps it would behoove Ms. Steinem and Ms. Fonda’s goal if they were to begin with their own families.

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doclove March 13, 2012 at 14:46

It’s very simple. The Catholic Church for whatever reason can not legally be forced to provide birth control contraceptives nor abortion through their health insurance programs because of the Bill of Rights, the 1st Amendment and the seperation of Church and State if it does not want to do so if we are truly following the U.S. Constitution as it was and is supposed to be interpreted. This is a liberty issue both legally and philosophically. If governments aren’t allowed to have Nativity scenes during Christmas, then government should be even more restrained from enforcing this policy about coercig religious institutions and people to provide birth control contraceptives and abortion. The supporters of birth control contraceptives and abortion being funded by the government frame this as a women’s rights issue. Show me this in the U.S. Constitution. There are human rights, not men’s rights, not women’s rights, not children’s rights nor animal rights. Before anyone flames me, the current set up and enforcement of many things against men are a violation of human rights first and foremost because men are human first before they are men just like women and children are. The feminists fail to understand that men are human first and foremost like women are. You can always have just laws to discourage someone from causing harm to you e.g. murder, rape or robbery, but you can seldom and maybe never have just laws forcing someone to do what you deem good things for you e.g. provision of food, housing or birth control contraceptives . The gall of our present government, feminists and progressives on this issue is truly appalling.

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Iano March 13, 2012 at 15:46

You go girls!

You teach Letterman a lesson thta he cannot call Sarah Palin a slut or hope that her daughter gets raped at a Yankees game.

Truly these are two outstanding heroines!

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cecil henry March 13, 2012 at 16:01

Thank God for free speech. Without REAL free speech (which is freedom for offensive, objectionable speech– for who ever wants to censor speech if they approve?) there is no free thought.

What follows then is only violence and repression by one side or the other. That is what these women (like Jane Fonda in Vietnam) always get if allowed to propagate their claims.

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Mickey T March 13, 2012 at 16:08

Raj says:
“Women own the government through their buying power.”

Wrong. Women own the gov’t because they understand politics and know how to use it. They rely , and are not disappointed, on men doing neither. Corporations etc. are just a bonus.

As far as male degrading ads, the course of action is simple. You don’t have to watch TV very long before spotting some man being depicted as a some kind of moron. When we see this, we get on the phone, internet, whatever and make it clear to the sponsor, TV station and whoever else is responsible for placing the ad, that we are unhappy. We basically tell them that men should not be portrayed as something they are not. We tell them it’s highly offensive and if we see the ad reapeated, we will boycott their products and we will certainly encourage others.

I’ve been calling sponsors etc for more years that I can remember. I recall one conversation with a fast food exec (male) regarding the matter, and he promised me that after the series of ads ran out, which already paid for, he would not continue them. And he was good for his word. It works sometime. We just need enough of us doing it to possibly make a meaningful difference.

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Eric Wolf March 13, 2012 at 16:08

You got it backwards Raj. Corporations own the government through women and their apex-consumer nature.
It’s no coincidence that modern feminism kicked into high gear about the same time that the U.S. transferred from a production based economy to a consumption based one.

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Troll King March 13, 2012 at 16:10

OK. then should probably go in the last thread but I am putting it here anyways cause it needs to be seen by all.

In the Viagra thread we all thought they were joking but some, I believe rebel was the first but don’t quote me, thought that it would only be a matter of time before some wimminz decided it would be a good idea to be serious about those “joke” bills.

Well, we now have atleast on feminist lawmaker who declares she isn’t joking and that her bill isn’t satirical but is serious.

http://video.msnbc.msn.com/jansing-and-co/46706450#46706450

To quote:

“[..]

>>> this yearless than a quarter into 2012 , 430 reproductive bills have surfaced in states across the country, including in a heartbeat bill, one to ban abortion once a heartbeat is detected. but now a state senator is calling for equal rights for men. introducing a bill for viagra before a prescription is written men have to see a sex therapist . ohio state senator nina turner is joining me now. good to see you, senator. good morning.

[..].

>> if we’re getting viagra or those types of drugs, you want men to get a cardiac stress test, and an affidavit from the sex partner. you know the yes everyone is asking, are you serious?

>> i’m just as serious as the men policymakers across the nation who introduced bills to regulate a woman’s reproductive health . for far too long elected officials, especially women , we have advocated our responsibility to show men much love in the reproductive health arena as they have shown us over the years. so my senate bill 307 is all about the love and making sure we look out for men’s sexual health .

>> i can see you’re feeling the love, but some people have chuckled and one of your fellow ohio state lawmakers said, comparing the heartbeat bill to your bill is like comparing apples and bananas. lynn waftman said, quote, i understand some people think my bill is protecting the unborn. to compare this to viagra is not even related. how do you respond?

>> apples and bananas are all fruit, and within the bill is ludicrous language about women getting a written explanation. certainly my bill took that language in that a man has to have a long conversation with his physician to determine whether or not this is physical or mental on top of making sure that he sees a sex therapist . chris , we have to make sure we guide men to make the right decisions that maybe these drugs may not be the best decision for them to make. celibacy is always an option or natural remedies , but this is about setting and leveling the playing field . women , we are not going to continue to take this lying down. we are going to stand up for the rights that our foremothers fought for. we’ll stand up for ourselves. and we are certainly standing up for future generations of young women . women should not need a permission slip from government to take care of their own reproductive health .”

She claims she is serious and I will take her word for it. I have long been puzzled, well before I found the MRM, about how vicious women would be towards men who needed Viagra.

Not only was it created, and originally meant for (the impotence aspect was a lucky coincidence), to help circulatory problems with heart disease in men but you would think that women would be happy to be able to re-ignite the spark with their husbands.

Oh wait, women seek out beta providers to shill over cash in return for sexless marriages where men are slaves who dare not step out of line for fear of the matriarchal family courts. Oh, and Viagra allows men to chase after younger women, there by knocking one more brick out of the female sex union wall and giving older, more established, men more sexual option than barren spinsters have.

Do you guys remember all the women complaining when Viagra first came out? I was in HS and thought it was weird how there were so many stories about older men trading in their wives for younger models now that they have Viagra. Hell, I remember thinking those men were scum at the time the same way I thought any man who divorced a loving and doting older wife for a younger model was evil….damn, the feminist indoctrination really went deep…It is strange to look back on all that.

Anyways. this bitch is serious. All those “joke” bills were just testing the water. I wonder how much of this has to do with the recent breakthrough in male birth control, re RISUG and other drugs in trials right now???

Here is another link:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/13/nina-turner-viagra-contraception-bills_n_1341642.html

I saw her on CNN just a few hours ago and the first thing I did now that I got back to my computer is post this comment. We need to raise some serious hell about this. At the very least we need to point out all the women making snide and cruel remarks about men in comment sections and on blogs.

Men aren’t against womens BC or Abortion by and large. Infact, from what I have seen, there are more pro-choice men out there and the majority of the pro-life crowd is actually women with a handful of men at the forefront.

So many think that women could and will be fair and equitable if they have power but they really won’t and can’t be, they are herd based creatures first and foremost. Instead of attacking a small portion of religious groups, and mainly women, who are against abortion they attack all men….WTF.

Here is a nice science study on it:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/15491274/

Women will never be able to advocate and care for men the way men do for women. Men may fail on womens standards but there are hundreds of times more men standing up for women than there ever will be women standing up for boys and men. Women always play for team woman, even if they disagree on a major issue here or there like abortion.

Don’t be mistaken here. The pro-life argument is just as pro-woman as the pro-choice argument is. One is about womens choices and the other is about protecting women from a supposedly harmful procedure.

IT doesn’t matter what your particular political view is, just realize that both are about protecting women and all they really differ on is what they are protecting women from and how to go about it.

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Troll King March 13, 2012 at 16:11

Damn, I put in three links and now my comment is in moderation.

Sorry price but it is a important comment with incredibly important links. The sooner the better.

Thanks, Troll King

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Mickey T March 13, 2012 at 16:13

The second part of my comment was intended for the previous discussion.

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NWOslave March 13, 2012 at 16:15

The problem with being privileged for so long and each year bringing new privileges for generations is: When the privileges cease to flow or worse, privileges are lost due to economic bankruptcy, the privileged class believe they’re being oppressed.

The sheer audacity of the mainstream feminist media tossing about the term, “war on women” as the privileged class loses, or fails to gain any more entitlements staggers the imagination.

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Eric Wolf March 13, 2012 at 16:17

I just checked the link over at CNN and the comments are already closed, but I’m sure it had nothing to do with the overwhelming majority of them being critical of the editorial’s view.

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keyster March 13, 2012 at 16:24

“…have issued a statement calling for the FCC to ban Rush Limbaugh from the airwaves for his speech. Comparing him to Josef Goebbels,…”

It shouldn’t surprise anyone here that the obvious needs to be pointed out to a triumvirate of barren old harridans but…
…Josef Goebbels WAS the FCC in Nazi Germany!

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Ping Jockey March 13, 2012 at 16:29

Tyrants will ALWAYS find reasons to justify their tyranny.

“Among those who dislike oppression are many who like to oppress.”
− Napoleon Bonaparte

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Pops March 13, 2012 at 16:31

This is off topic but I wanted to point this out. Earlier today, I was watching Family Feud and won of the topics of the show was “things wives put in their husbands’ food when mad at them”. Off of the top of my head, the correct choices included pepper, vinegar, excess salt, dirt, spit and POISON.

Now I would imagine that they would not dare make a topic on ways husbands beat their wives. But they can actually make a game of ways that wives can tamper with their husbands’ food even to the point of causing him physical harm and death. I think that there needs to be some backlash.

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Pops March 13, 2012 at 16:33

That should read “one” of the topics.

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Brian March 13, 2012 at 16:46

Toxic liars like Steinem and Fonda are incorrigible demagogues. You couldn’t change them if you sent them to Guantanamo Bay. They fundamentally do not believe in the founding principles of America and probably wish for some sort of feminist communism. They put their visions before reality and completely ignore the real consequences, including how many lives they destroy in the process.

Unforgivable.

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Art Vandelay March 13, 2012 at 16:48

Wow, over 13k comments on that CNN page.

As soon as you open the door for a government agency to determine what qualifies as free speech and what doesn’t you are going down a dangerous road, especially since an unelected body like the FCC can carry out those decisions as they see fit. I don’t quite see the need for a regulatory agency policing the content of the airwaves as in a digital world you can have hundreds of channels and then there’s the internet.

And then there’s the point that he is supposedly inciting hatred. How gullible and malleable do they think people are? Ten weeks of listening to Rush won’t change my opinions. People really mostly just listen to programs which fit their prevailing views anyways.

Goebbels success didn’t lie in the content of his speech, if you listen to a lot of the Nazi propaganda in the original German it doesn’t make you a Nazi. The problem at the time was, you could have your differing opinion but you couldn’t make it heard. If no one is allowed to question the minority opinion and if it’s risky to do so no one will.

All in all, Rush did them a favor by diverting attention from the real issue, just like Santorum did with his out-of-touch views on birth control. Now they can just say “do you think women who use birth control are sluts?” when it’s really not about sluttiness but about who has to pay.

But good thing Team Woman made it about civil rights. It is about time that freedom of speech and other basic human rights gets back on the agenda

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keyster March 13, 2012 at 16:53

“I just checked the link over at CNN and the comments are already closed, but I’m sure it had nothing to do with the overwhelming majority of them being critical of the editorial’s view.”

It was a feeding frenzy of accidental MRA’s.
Had those women been in a room with most of the commenters, they wouldn’t have stood a chance. People are getting it out there. The awareness of Feminist hegemony over our culture is gaining momentum. And less of them are fighting back, because they can’t control the New Media, like they did the old media.

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Ray March 13, 2012 at 16:58

Steinem and Fonda have absolutely nothing relevant to contribute, IMO. Their disingenuous opinions, regarding oppression based on sex, are little more than worn out feminist cliches.

I attended a T-party rally in 2009, and was told by a prominent Republican official that my sign was not appropriate for the tax protest event. http://tinyurl.com/77sbg9u What’s not appropriate are: his comment, gender opinions by Steinem and Fonda, and Sandra Fluke’s addled statements about who should pay for women’s contraception.

There are Offices of Women’s Health at the federal level at my State’s level and at my County’s level, but none anywhere for men. Of the fifteen leading causes of death in America (according to the CDC), men lead in 12 categories, men are tied with women in two categories, and women lead in only one category. http://manamongoaks.com/lumber.html It’s way past due to stop all the wasteful taxpayer funding of feminist pork. :-/

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doclove March 13, 2012 at 17:33

There is a reason why the Catholic church does not wish to provide birth control contraceptives. Let us remember Pope Pius 6 of the Catholic Church, formerly known as Giovanni Battista Montini, who had preached against birth control contraceptives in his encyclical(letter), De Humane Vitae(Of Human Life): The Case Against Birth Control in 1968 after he consulted his Cardinals and Catholic scholars for advice. He stated this 8 years after the female birth control contraceptive pill was first invented and sold and over 30 years after the latex condom was invented and sold. He anticipated that many in the West and especially the USA would oppose him, and he reminded his followers to have Faith because one day he would be seen as a prophet for what was to come.

I remember reading an English translation of this encyclical long ago, and I will summarize as best I can from memory. He stated that it was a bad idea to seperate sex from pregnancy and birth because it would have dire consequences. The reason is that the purpose of sex is for procreation of human life. He also stated that marriage was the only place to have sex. He knew that many men would use women for sexual pleasure without commiting to marriage and raising children if they could. He did not like the idea of bastardy. He thought people should be more responsible when having sex.

Even though he would probabaly chastize me for being rude, I believe he knew men would use women as girl sex toys then discard them. What he could not have seen is how many women wanted to be used as sex toys or girl toys by men especially by the worst of men, the cad player. This has come to pass. Ask Sandra Fluke if she enjoys being used as a girl sex toy by men because if she isn’t married then I guarantee you this is what is happening even if the man in question says that this is not happening and truly believes this. Any woman having consensual sex outside of marriage is allowing heself to be used as a girl sex toy. Virtually all women once understood this, but now the overwhelming majority of developed first world nations’(The developed Western nations and developed East Asian nations) women especially in the USA do not.

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dawn March 13, 2012 at 17:34

What about bill maher? (he doesn’t deserve capital letters) and those two feminists could drop off the face of the earth with bill in toe and the world would be a much better place.
This crap with getting the government to do everything for them. I can’t stand this and the foreigner in the white house will probably push the bill through. People who don’t want children should pay for their own contraceptives and people who want their children should pay for their own children.
I don’t even want the government to pay a one way ticket for the whole lot of them to go to the moon, I would sure try to raise money to send them there though.

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PowerRangerYELLOW March 13, 2012 at 17:51

How can say the feminists say they are for womens rights when they want to take away the right to free speech?

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Mutty March 13, 2012 at 18:04

If it is true that Jane ****wad informed on the prisoners that tried to pass on a message to her, treason is only one charge that can be hung on her. The men who were tortured as a result of her actions may find some satisfaction in the courts… the only thing that bitch and her ilk cares about is money. So hit them where it hurts.

any lawyers care to comment?

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Mutty March 13, 2012 at 18:05

maybe a class action lawsuit on behalf of POWs tortured after Hanoi Jane’s little USO tour?

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crella March 13, 2012 at 18:17

Exactly, Dawn. I was just discussing that with a Limbaugh basher on another site. Fluke gets called a slut and gets a call from the President ‘offering support’. Maher calls Sarah Palin a c*nt and a tw*t and no one of those now protesting bats an eye.

http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane/silent-consent-dem-reps-jackson-lee-schakowsky-refuse-to-condemn-bill-maher

The person I am talking to says that what Rush did was much , much worse because Fluke is not a public figure and Sarah Palin is a public figure and should expect such…major weaseling.

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ahamkara March 13, 2012 at 18:31

I’ve never been a fan of Rush Limbaugh, but I think this was a pretty strategic move on his part. I used to be a faithful liberal and I would have cheered on Gloria and Jane just a few years ago (before my divorce).. but now that feminism has come between me and my children, the world looks very different. Everything that comes out of these womens’ mouths makes me more supportive of the conservative cause, even if I don’t agree with the whole thing. I am willing to compromise in other areas to put a stop to these women. I have to, for my kids’ sake, and I think the number of ex-liberals who feel the way I do is growing every day.

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by_the_sword March 13, 2012 at 18:33

Jane Fonda sucks Cong.

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tom47 March 13, 2012 at 18:33

If Limbaugh and his cronies, Hannity and the others, had any balls they’d boycott the boycotters. 1-800-Flowers needs them more than they need 1-800-Flowers!
Fifty years agowomen were expected to be Fair Maidens and men were expected erspect them . Today we have endless Slut Walks and there’s nothing women aren’t supposed to do, but men are expected to ignore it. It’s amazing how they’ve managed to demand respect while giving none in return. They’re slut walkers one moment and vestal virgins the next, whatever gets them what they want. Try to point this out of course and you’re a hater. Amazing that they get away with this.
Limbaugh being a White Knight So Con will never confront them over this and neither will his fellow talk show hosts, but if they confronted it straight on it would be a break through moment. Too bad they won’t!

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Little John March 13, 2012 at 19:15

It was Gloria Steinem who said that a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle. I would reply that a man needs a feminist like a fish needs a fishhook.

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3DShooter March 13, 2012 at 19:21

I would like to preface my comments by stating that the thing I admire most about TS is that it allows all voices to be heard. Yes there are some that differ widely from our personal thoughts, and some totally out in the weeds. In the end the readers decide.

I started out listening to Rush early on in his radio career – at first I couldn’t stand him. Then, for awhile I agreed with him. Eventually, though, I couldn’t stand him. IMNSHO he’s a pompous ass as are most politically aligned individuals. Sometimes he’s right, sometime’s he’s not but in his opinion he’s ALWAYS right and everyone else is wrong. This is the same mindset as our enemies – only the target is different.

However, when you bring the Vietnam experience into the discussion I have to differ from you perception a bit – I remember those days.

To start off with the gov’t has admitted that the ‘Gulf of Tonkin’ incident, our Causus Belli for being in Indo-China was a falsified. Much like Shrub the Lesser’s WMD’s in Iraq. We had no business sending our troops into that part of the world or facilitating the coup against Diem in the first place. We were simply supporting the dying gasps of the English/French empires. I barely missed the draft, though my veteran father told me he’d send me to Canada before allowing me to be draftedl, but 58,000 fell before me, some I knew. Uncle Walter showed it to us every night on the TV. It is where the gov’t learned to redact all images of it’s overseas adventurism because of the political consequences (you don’t see images of dead Iraqi children on the nightly news like we did then).

While there are strong feelings with regard to what went on in those days, to attack those who fought a war of lies is just as wrong as the war itself was. Ultimately, the ‘Domino Theory’ failed and Vietnam is now a trading partner.

Choose your causes more carefully Welmer, or wait for us old farts to die out first.

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Zorro March 13, 2012 at 19:37

I should be grammatically accurate. Two graves upon which I shall gleefully urinate.

There. That’s better.

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Auntie Pheminizm March 13, 2012 at 20:08

So…the maudlin minxes endlessly pound Rush for mere “words,” yet make no comment about women (on stage and in an audience) who laughed loud and long about a man who was drugged, tied up (kidnapped!), and genitally mutilated.

Such is the barren soul of feminism.

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, except for a men’s movement that is gonna kick fembot ass long and hard!

Rush is right: “Feminism IS a Fluke!”

What we’re seeing is all the stereotypes that feminism decried coming to light…and being shown to be true.

For example…so-called female “scientists” became hysterical when Larry Summers presented a HYPOTHESIS about why women were not in higher levels of science. So much for women being rational, logical creatures.

We’ve also seen feminist make murder acceptable if a woman commits it. So much for equality and/or women being more caring.

And now this dimbulb trio trashes Free Speech.

Thank goddess women did not create modern governments. If they did we’d still have Star Chambers and Inquisitions and book-burnings.

And if feminists were in construction we’d all be living in caves… the bimbos too tired-afraid-hysterical-illogical etc. to actually build anything .

Feminuts over-reached this time. Their fembots army tried crossing a bridge too far. More and more men are coming to Limbaugh’s aid. People are starting to questioning women’s movement motives. And asking if females should vote, or be in college, since they are terrified of “ideas” they don’t like and have no sense of logic.

I mean, wasn’t it just yesterday that feminists bragged that females were more tolerant, understanding, open to other views, and welcoming of difference than men? Didn’t they say tha guys needed to more open-minded and heedful of “different voices?”

As for Fluke-the-Flatulent: howzabout conditioning her receipt of contraceptives on registering with Selective Service AND being liable for frontline combat duty?

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DirkJohanson March 13, 2012 at 20:15

Has anyone else noticed that the defense of Limbaugh focused on statements made by liberal guys against only women, but not on statements made by anyone against guys.

So, when it comes to unflattering descriptions, we are essentially back in Victorian times, when there were gender-specific laws against, for instance, cursing at a woman. But its OK to take potshots at guys, of course.

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Auntie Pheminizm March 13, 2012 at 20:17

> “ ‘Feminazi’ isn’t a term used to refer to ‘women’—it’s used to refer to radical feminists….”

Actually, Rush used the term for feminists who’d made abortion a near-sacrament, thereby treating millions of unborn babies like Nazis treated the “subhumans” THEY hated (Russian POWs, Jews, Roma, the physically and mentally handicapped, gays, etc.).

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DirkJohanson March 13, 2012 at 20:22

Mutty,

As an attorney, I am confident it is too late for anyone to file a class action lawsuit against her.

On the other hand, while I have not researched it, Welmer says there is no statute of limitations on treason, and treason is punishable by death. So, why only slap her on the wrist with a class action?

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greyghost March 13, 2012 at 20:29

Looks like blue pill Rush has decided to be Spartacus. Making them hoes show their asses like that. ” yeah double down on the misandry bitches we have a right to our happiness.”

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andybob March 13, 2012 at 20:30

These pampered harridans have been spewing their hateful, self-serving swill since I was a wee nipper. I’m now 47. When will they ever go away? Every drop of venom that spills from their lips continues to get splashed over the MSM. It seems they’ll continue posturing for as long as the botox and silicone holds them upright. These dames are as fake as their airbrushed glamour shots.

It seems the feminist goodie bag still looks quite full to these greedy crones. Perhaps they should get stronger contacts – and take another gander. The turning tide suggests that this pair of moochers have just about milked their myths as dry as their withered flesh. I only hope that when they finally go gaga, they are put to pasture as far away from me as possible.

(Apologies to Uncle Elmer if this comes across as ageist. Your visage speaks of wisdom and distiction that is the envy of us all – really).

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Auntie Pheminizm March 13, 2012 at 20:35

> “…some man being depicted as a some kind of moron. When we see this, we…make it clear to the sponsor…that we are unhappy.”

We need a taskforce doing that.

Expecting individual men to complain only proves our political cluelessness. You can’t fight an army alone. The time for one-man-SEAL teams is over. We need UNITED action.

Feminism isn’t powerful because 4.7 women sqwawk about something. They’ve got thousand of organizations funded by millions of dollars. What’s more, a FEW groups have huge clout. We need to counter that with more than 3-4 websites posting 50-60 comments.

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Nehalem March 13, 2012 at 20:41

“Actually, Rush used the term for feminists who’d made abortion a near-sacrament”

And they seem to consider contraception to be their communion.

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dicipres March 13, 2012 at 21:56

The feminists are spewing hate and don’t have any respect for freedom of speech. They want to teach us about tolerance, for women, for any minority and for gay/trans etc., but they are the most intolerant people in the world with regard to people who don’t agree with them.

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jaego March 14, 2012 at 00:25

Some here aren’t giving Rush his due. He is far more a fiscal conservative than a social one – even though he is the latter to some degree. But his objection to Fluke has been completely fiscal. Why should we have to pay? And why should the Church have to pay for things they disagree with? He even said that if we have to pay, we should get something for our trouble, like say videos of the sex we are funding. He has our kind of humor and has been on our side for a long time. Let’s cut him some respect.

He is full of himself of course and making a joke about it doesn’t mean it isn’t real. And I hate his foreign policy and mindless support of of Corporations and “free trade”.

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bruno March 14, 2012 at 01:23

Meanwhile in Europe:…
The European parliament has voted a resolution that forces the member states to propose both a male and a female candidate for a vacant position on the European Commission.
The goal is to reach a 50% representation in all European Top Jobs, in a “zipper” system: alternating a male or a female in every top job.

Strangely enough, it is not an official goal to get a 50% female representation in digging ditches in the street, driving long distance trucks, or working in high radiation areas in a nuclear plant.

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ActaNonVerba March 14, 2012 at 01:44

ROBIN MORGAN: 1) “I feel that ‘man-hating’ is an honorable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them.” 2) “I claim that rape exists any time sexual intercourse occurs when it has not been initiated by the woman, out of her own genuine affection and desire.” 3) “”And let’s put one lie to rest for all time: the lie that men are oppressed, too, by sexism.”
GLORIA STEINHEIM: 1) “The most dangerous situation for a woman is not an unknown man in the street, or even the enemy in wartime, but a husband or lover in the isolation of their home.” 2) “A woman reading Playboy feels like a Jew reading a Nazi manual.” 3) Steinem, like Geraldine Ferraro, was one of the old man-haters more than happy to blow the racial dog whistle loud and proud in 2008 when supporting Hilary.
JANE FONDA. 1) The Hanoi Jane bit. 2) THE celebrity face of support for the Vagina Monologues. The play has been described as displaying “relentless hostility to men” (C. Sommers) and “equatint men with ‘the enemy’ and heterosexual love with violence” (W. McElroy). The unedited play also presents the statutory rape of a 13 year old girl by a 24 year old girl as a positive experience. 3) In 1989, Jane Fonda said in a Los Angeles Times interview: “I still believe that women are the superior sex. “

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Days of Broken Arrows March 14, 2012 at 02:21

IMO Raj has the best comment on this thread. It’s something I’ve read before but bears worth repeating: NEVER apologize to a feminist. That’s when they smell blood and come after you like an attack dog when it smells fear.
The apology, not the statement, is what did Rush in. Once he “admitted” he was wrong, he opened Pandora’s Box.

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andybob March 14, 2012 at 03:02

Hope I didn’t offend our awesome Uncle Elmer. It’s just that gravatar – it’s unervingly like my great-great uncle Bert at his open casket send off. He never had a day of good health in his 97 + years and he was damn proud of it. Bless him.

You keep those Forbes ladies on their toes, Uncle E. They need your wisdom and guidance as much as we do.

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The Trend March 14, 2012 at 04:24

I wonder if they would trade fully government paid contraception and abortion on demand for ending all welfare programs that women get knocked up so they can benefit from. Basically using your kid (s) to insulate yourself from ever having to make an effort in life. After all- most of these fatherless children are the ones who grow up to be violent thugs. I’d rather pay for your pill than your kid. Do we have a deal Gloria?

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Iano March 14, 2012 at 04:37

@Zorro

Why not do it now seeing as they are not on fire?

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Geography Bee Finalist himself March 14, 2012 at 06:20

@ Zorro

Men shouldn’t just piss on Steinem’s and Fonda’s graves. They should take dumps on both graves too.

Fun ways to dispose of or exploit Gloria Steinem and Jane Fonda (they are public figures, so I can say the following):

1) shooting range target practice
2) test medicines on them, particularly in combinations
3) put them through a wood chipper (heads first, of course, unless you want to see the expression change on their faces)
4) tie them to an archery target and practice that sport
5) drag them to their deaths behind a pick-up truck
6) practice launching grenades at them
7) use them in place of crash test dummies
8) use them as bait in shark fishing
9) put explosives in their bras that detonate upon contact with the skin
10) use them in coal mines to determine the presence of poisonous gas

Feel free to add other means of disposing of these two cunts and if I am misinformed about some practices in the above fields, I sincerely apologize.

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freebird March 14, 2012 at 06:25

Outstanding article Mr.Price, best ever.

“The hate us for our freedoms.”

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Opus March 14, 2012 at 07:05

Off Topic

It was two hundred years ago, that by reason of your invading Canada, that war was declared by America on the British Empire; so we struck back (once we had headed off Napoleon ) and we were further justified in doing so as we were not particularily impressed with your treatment of the Red Indians Human Rights or your Piracy at sea, and so it was that we burnt Washingtomn to the ground. You haven’t invaded Canada (so we have haven’t burnt Washington) either, so despite a misfortune at New Orleans I’d say we won that one.

And so, as you eat you cornflakes this morning it has been a pleasure to watch live, the vist of the British P.M. to Washington on a particularily pleasant D.C. morning with the blossom out. Say what you like about Obama being a Mangina, he has great rhetoric and a voice that reminds me a little of Gregory Peck. As for Cameron surely SamCam is a cutie though perhaps not quite in the Carla Bruni class (Alpha Male material).

It all looks very splendid and apparently we are going to jointly save the world (again), as our brave service men and women combat the forces of evil. Somehow I am predicting zero female combat deaths.

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Opus March 14, 2012 at 07:43

…You haven’t invaded Canada SINCE… I meant to say.

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Boxer March 14, 2012 at 08:29

they can’t control the New Media, like they did the old media.

It’s not just feminists, but all the other arms of the establishment which are in a panic about this. Note the recent arrest of teenage hackers, and the parading of the same merry pranksters across the establishment’s media. Note ACTA in Europe, and the US president yapping about how he “owns” every domain ending in com, net, org, no matter where it is actually located, etc.

Conservatives are shitting also. Egypt and Libya of last year could well be the USA and UK and France next. Control of information is the new panic point.

Regards, Boxer

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Anti Idiocy March 14, 2012 at 08:41

The FCC should ban Gloria Steinem, Jane Fonda, and Robin Morgan for their anti-male hate speech.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 08:50

andybob March 14, 2012 at 03:02

Hope I didn’t offend our awesome Uncle Elmer.

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No offense at all Andy. But this Uncle Elmer persona has gotten out of control. I am having a hard time distinguishing fantasy from reality. If I put as much time into my “career” as my stupid comments I could retire overseas.

Iranian Women Pose Topless For Those Who Can’t.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/abigailesman/2012/03/14/iranian-women-pose-topless-for-those-who-cant/

Elmer applauds this trend :

The graphic is an interesting historical artifact showing the lady of yore staring wistfully at the “Phallic Object” hanging in her face. Does it imply that Iranian men are dicks for not allowing their older, sagging women to parade around topless? They should know that we manly men in the west allow our women to do that, and it’s great here! In fact, every summer herds of these sweaty ladies get together, in a fashion similar to “Civil War Re-Enactors”, and stampede through our cities topless or clad in titillating garments and bearing signs proclaiming their slutness. So, the trend to promote Slut Empowerment in inferior, backward cultures such as the former Persian Empire with provocative breast memes is “uplifting”.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 08:52

Jeff Landers is back! And he’s got great advice for men on how to hide their assets before the big divorce :

Divorcing Women: Here’s Where Husbands Typically Hide Assets

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jefflanders/2012/03/14/divorcing-women-heres-where-husbands-typically-hide-assets/

elmer Just posted

Oh that’s just great Jeff. You could at least council your clients to leave a few nickels to the poor bastard so he can afford an overseas sex tour to assuage the wounds he suffered after getting put through the American Divorce Meat Grinder by his hideously obese former Bride, who along with her attorney and the various divisions of the Divorce Industry, are now picking his bones clean while keeping him alive just enough so he can continue toiling in the salt mines to ensure continuation of her passive income stream while servicing her new boyfriend “Jamal” in the bedroom of the house her husband formerly owned. All new drapes throughout of course.

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criolle March 14, 2012 at 08:57

The Communists call everyone who is not a Communist a Nazi.

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Art Vandelay March 14, 2012 at 09:09

But his objection to Fluke has been completely fiscal. Why should we have to pay? And why should the Church have to pay for things they disagree with? He even said that if we have to pay, we should get something for our trouble, like say videos of the sex we are funding. He has our kind of humor and has been on our side for a long time. Let’s cut him some respect.

I think he is mainly on his own side. He says those things to make money. He is not doing anyone a service by being an ass. You can have a rational debate on why is it beneficial or not to have insurance/employers pay for birth control. Or you can talk about sluts and prostitutes and cater to the fringe elements. In Arizona for example they are introducing a bill to allow employers to fire employees if they use birth control. How many people do you think can get behind that? Those who are completely against birth control are an absolute fringe element and yet they get more airtime than any reasonable people. They control the debate and the whole political discourse shifts from convincing people on who to vote for to convincing people who they can’t vote for.

Now, if you want birth control to be legal you have to be prepared to pay for it, or if you don’t want to pay you’ll also consent to have it banned completely. It’s idiotic.

Given that I’m a foreigner I mostly follow American politics for it’s entertainment value. I don’t know when was the last time I heard something reasonable come out from either side. German politics sucks as well, but at least there is some pragmatism about it, you’ll usually have the party line to even out the crazy. Of course it also means that you won’t really see any real change because it’s drowned out in mediocrity.

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keyster March 14, 2012 at 09:17

“Maher calls Sarah Palin a c*nt and a tw*t and no one of those now protesting bats an eye.”

Oh c’mon!
He’s nothing more than a comedian, an entertainer, a funny man having some fun at the expense of others; like Jon Stewart, David Letterman and Seth Meyers (SNL). That’s what comedians do!

Whereas apparently Rush Limbaugh has suddenly become a serious political analyst and prognosticator that wields untold power over the conscience of America. He provokes anger and maybe even violence through an AM radio talk show, with his dangerous opinions and vitriol against women, minorities and small animals. He’s a frightening individual because he’s so disagreeable.

Happy and fun loving comedians don’t have to openly profess to have a political agenda, because after all, what’s NOT to ridicule and mock about anyone who’s not a secular-progressive in America today? It’s just the correct way of being and if you disagree with it, you’re obviously not hip, cool and “modern” thinking — but more like paunchy and old like Rush Limbaugh and all the other hateful racist, misogynist, gun toting, bible clinging Republitards.

Can’t you see that a secular/multi-culti/egalitarian utopia with a central government that enforces economic and social justice for all, is just simply the way Amerika should be? I mean it’s just so obvious, if only conservative establishment types like Rush Limbaugh would stop being permitted to speak.

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Rebel March 14, 2012 at 10:09

The feminist Mafia is panicking. They want to force “Omerta” (omerta: silence) through intimidation.

They want war. Let’s comply.

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Opus March 14, 2012 at 10:13

I have just watched the joint press conference broadcast from the lawn of the White House. Iran, Afghanistan Syria, and The Economy were the topics.

I picked up on the following points made by The President:

1. Britain has a larger banking sector. (?)

2. Effectuate – that’s a a new word to me, did he mean effect?

3. He seeks lean government – that is hardly female friendly!

4. He intends to steeply reduce the deficit in the USA.

5. Afghans are a threat at home ????

6. and most bizarrely – He talks of Osama Bin Laden as if he were still alive – did he ever exist I wonder?

7. He talks of combat deaths as if they are spread equally between the sexes.

Enjoy your luncheon.

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Firepower March 14, 2012 at 10:30

Boxer

The authors of America’s revolutionary political structure were thinking specifically of people like us (and I suppose like fat boy Limbaugh too) when they penned that amendment right up top.

Isn’t it refreshing the Founding Fathers gave you such a Powerful Document of Change…to pen productive online gripes – and insults against Limbaugh.

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keyster March 14, 2012 at 10:34

3. He seeks lean government – that is hardly female friendly!
—he’s got a funny way of showing it.
4. He intends to steeply reduce the deficit in the USA.
—by raising taxes
6. and most bizarrely – He talks of Osama Bin Laden as if he were still alive – did he ever exist I wonder?
–it’s really the biggest positive of his entire administration. He has to keep bin Laden “alive” in the voters conscience.
7. He talks of combat deaths as if they are spread equally between the sexes. —they all have to do that, or feminist watchdog groups will eviscerate them in the media.

Be aware he’s no longer performing the duties of a POTUS.
He’s now “Presidential Campaigner in Chief”, because campaigning is the one skill he is most comfortable with and excels at.

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Norm March 14, 2012 at 10:45

The govt. should pay for Sandra (P)Fluke’s sterilisation. Her attitude is a good reason. Her looks don’t help either. She wanted attention because no men were probably paying attention to her. She is now 30 and is probably wanting a child and wouldn’t even use any birth control anyways.
Fonda and Steinem are a dying breed and are gasping their last gasps. Steinmen got funded by the CIA which she admits. These Marxists don’t believe in freedom of speech. There are many instances where manginas and women called for worse things to do to men, but very little coverage. The lame stream media is dying(alot due to men) and is the 5th column.

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keyster March 14, 2012 at 10:51

“You keep those Forbes ladies on their toes, Uncle E. They need your wisdom and guidance as much as we do.”

Obviously Steven Forbes has relinquished editorial power over to some if not all of his five daughters. THIS is exactly how women have gained financial dominance and media control at this point in our history. It was bequeathed to them from fathers (with feminist indocrinated daughters); and not “self-made” from hard work and perseverance. Why even Forbes himself rode his father Malcom’s coat-tails to ongoing riches.

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Nickle Bag March 14, 2012 at 11:17

I am not a Rush Limbaugh fan, in fact I really don’t care for him at all. However, his “slut” comment was true and now Gloria Steinem/ Jane Fonda are definitely turning me (into a fan).

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MasterV March 14, 2012 at 12:26

@Mickey T March 13, 2012 at 16:08
Raj says:
“Women own the government through their buying power.”

Wrong. Women own the gov’t because they understand politics and know how to use it. They rely , and are not disappointed, on men doing neither.

Correct. And so, as a first step in demonstrating political prowess, let’s get Sen. Leahy, the VAWA pusher, removed from office.

Step One: Make this idea viral.

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P Gibson March 14, 2012 at 12:38

perhaps, then, it is time to give them a ship to sail to a new country in, one that feminists can do whatever their sovereign selves wish.

I’d support this, and suggest that if feminists don’t like the laws, that they may leave.

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Boxer March 14, 2012 at 12:41

Dance instructor charged with rape. Girl was 13, he’s 18

Good. I hope he rots.

No normal man is attracted to a non-nubile, undeveloped kid, any more than normal men are attracted to 60 year old grannies. Moreover, no society can tolerate people like this running around exploiting children.

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etype March 14, 2012 at 13:20

This comment is not going to be well liked…but needs to be said. The Viet Cong were freedom fighters… and the Americans criminal foreign oppressors. As male advocates we should be identifying with the Viet Cong and not the criminal actions of the American oligarchy…because that is the truth of the matter.
Jane Fonda is nothing more than an aged slut who was once a nice piece of ass, along with Steinhem. Both of them examples of those who whore for anything that feeds their egos. Let’s not commit the same crime.

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Reality March 14, 2012 at 13:49

It’s time all men realized once and for all that American females of any age have NEVER had any idea what the U.S. is about and why we have the laws that govern us that we do – they are truly living in a parallel mental reality where they have NO idea the U.S. was created so we didn’t have to bow to royalty and then in turn this royalty can just abolish something by ‘royal decree.’

And women were clueless about the idea and principles of America long before Obama, Bush, etc. Freedom of choice and of your own ‘agency.’ Women have no idea what to do with real freedom. You hear it in the language they use- ‘empowerment’ (power GIVEN- and by who do you think?) ‘privledge’ – they never shut up about fucking ‘privledges.’ I have never used that word in my entire LIFE. ‘Deserve’ – in America, you either EARN what you have through work or invention or you fucking stole it- there is no inbetween.

Women don’t even have the slightest clue as to what the Constitution was about or the Bill of Rights- it’s simply above a woman’s intelligence to comprehend any of it. Royalty, totalitarianism – those are concepts they can comprehend. Only problem is, women make up 52% of the U.S. population. Never should have allowed them to vote.

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bruno March 14, 2012 at 13:49

“Women own the government through their buying power.”

Women own the media, which is advertisement-dependent, through their buying power.

Women own the government, because the male vote is scattered over all kinds of different social, economical, ethical and theoretical issues.

The female vote is not scattered: it is concentrated on one issue: women’s privileges.

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Lovekraft March 14, 2012 at 14:08

Just a heads up to let you know Tom Leykis is coming back!

http://blowmeuptom.com/

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Art Vandelay March 14, 2012 at 14:32

4. He intends to steeply reduce the deficit in the USA.

This is such bullshit. I can tell you how to reduce the deficit by 6 Trillion in a week. Retire all debt the fed holds and “wipe out” the Social Security Trust fund. It’s not about how much you are spending or how much you have spent, it’s about where you spend it and on what and of course who gets to spend it.

You want to make the national debt disappear you’ll have to wipe out a lot of private sector wealth. Ever wonder where that money in your savings account ends up?

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Thucydides March 14, 2012 at 14:45

It was two hundred years ago, that by reason of your invading Canada, that war was declared by America on the British Empire; so we struck back (once we had headed off Napoleon ) and we were further justified in doing so as we were not particularily impressed with your treatment of the Red Indians Human Rights or your Piracy at sea, and so it was that we burnt Washingtomn to the ground. You haven’t invaded Canada (so we have haven’t burnt Washington) either, so despite a misfortune at New Orleans I’d say we won that one.

The Americans weren’t impressed with the British kidnapping Yankee sailors and forcing them to serve on Royal Navy battle ships. Or how the British were trying to stop America, a neutral nation, from trading with France.

The British burned the government buildings in Washington because the Americans occupied and burned the capitol of Upper Canada, York. Now Toronto.

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Mickey T March 14, 2012 at 14:52

“Don’t be mistaken here. The pro-life argument is just as pro-woman as the pro-choice argument is.”

Then I guess I’ve working for a “pro-woman” cause for many, many years. But, I’ll bet I knew how evil and destructive most woman are before many here were born.

Unless you left out a sentence in the above quote. You should have added, ” in some cases I’ve seen”.

The sentiment of the people you describe hardly represents the philosophy of the pro-life movement today. They are insignificant (at best) and I don’t even know, or heard mention of any who contribute to the cause in a sincere and meaningful way.

Now you make no mistake. The first and foremost, and sometimes only, purpose of the pro-life movement is to stop the slaughter of innocent and helpless babies. These people you mention have no relevance to the pro-life cause today.

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Mickey T March 14, 2012 at 15:13

I guess most people know that when Fonda was “visiting” American prisoners of war (escorted by North Vietnamese soldiers) an American soldier secretly passed her a note asking her to tell his family that he was still alive. She turned him in, and I understand he died of his resulting beatings.

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Boxer March 14, 2012 at 15:37

Just a heads up to let you know Tom Leykis is coming back!

I’ve been waiting for that guy for a long, long time. The only radio host who has the balls and guts to be openly pro male, all the time. It’s going to be great to have him back on the air.

For the two or three of you fellas who don’t know what we’re talking about…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il1l_IKhZ6Q
Brother Tom tells a skank ho single mom exactly how it is.

Regards, Boxer

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Jack Donovan March 14, 2012 at 15:49

When discussing this on Facebook, my pal Kevin Slaughter said:

“When one person accuses another of “hiding behind the first amendment”, the first person is in the wrong, no matter what else they have to say.”

We decided to call this “Slaughter’s Law,” because it’s one of those questions that can be settled for once and all, like “2+2=5.”

ALWAYS wrong.

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Art Vandelay March 14, 2012 at 15:54

Don’t be mistaken here. The pro-life argument is just as pro-woman as the pro-choice argument is. One is about womens choices and the other is about protecting women from a supposedly harmful procedure.

Well less abortions will lead to less single mothers so somehow it’s also quite incongruent to be against abortion but also against single motherhood. It also leads to less crime (including murder). The problem with pro life is that it doesn’t really concern itself with the quality of life of the person and the rest of society once the kid is born. On the other hand, if you open that door you are a huge step closer to eugenics, euthanasia (which is a courtesy we extend to animals, but not the elderly) and genocide.

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Highwasp March 14, 2012 at 16:39

Hey Elmer – what does “Forbes Called-Out Comment” mean? I posted a response to Jeff (along with your response) and I received an Alert from Forbes : Your comment was called out! On this post:

Divorcing Women: Here’s Where Husbands Typically Hide Assets

Why? It’s not like what I wrote is illegal. I mean it actually happened to me and all the lawyers could say was – I owe, I owe.

My response was:
” hey Jeff – don’t forget to advise the soon to be divorced women to act proactively in the face of such dastardly deception – If she suspects Mr. Husband of hiding assets, while you conduct your investigations, you could recommend the deceived ‘Mrs. Wife’ to obtain and max out numerous credit cards and have the statements sent to a PO box. That way ‘Mr. Husband’ can’t see what was purchased with Mrs. Wife’s credit cards. Doesn’t matter if his name is on the cards or not as all the debt in a divorce will be considered community property. He’ll owe at least half of all the charges for Mrs. Wife’s credit card party. Imagine all the stuff you can buy with numerous credit cards… keeping in mind that at least half of that debt will be paid for as community property at divorce time.

And if Mr. Husband owes Mrs. Wife for other properties and he is unable or unwilling to settle then he can pay the full costs of the credit card debts. Mr. Husband might have to liquidate those hidden assets to cover those costs.

So you see – a proactive response – if Mr. Husband is hiding assets – then Mrs. Wife is spending them.

Yeah – to repeat what ‘doggy-style’ wrote: ‘marriage is a transfer of wealth from men to women and any man who gets married is a fool.’ Swallow the red pill. ‘ ”

Does this mean my post was deleted at Forbes? that’s interesting since the scenario detailed above actually happened to me and it was all legal.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 16:52

Hey Elmer – what does “Forbes Called-Out Comment” mean?

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It means the author liked your comment and “called it out” for hi-liting across the “Forbes network”; so more people will see your message.

They could use upvotes/downvotes though to get the true pulse of the readership.

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Highwasp March 14, 2012 at 17:24

oh – I see – I’ve been ‘called out’ – well aint that special.

Getting ‘called out’ reminds of seventh grade when I got called out to fight over telling someone who had cut in line to go to the back – later that day I got my butt kicked by a group of little gang bangers. I guess I’ll never learn.

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Attila March 14, 2012 at 17:33

There’s a Lebanese proverb that says “DRAT AL BLAT” – which is used to blow off/denigrate comments not worthy of response —- literally it means “FART ON THE FLOOR”.

Gotta love those pithy Arabic proverbs ————-one more reason to learn Arabic.

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SMC March 14, 2012 at 18:30

“Boxer March 14, 2012 at 12:41

Dance instructor charged with rape. Girl was 13, he’s 18

Good. I hope he rots.

No normal man is attracted to a non-nubile, undeveloped kid, any more than normal men are attracted to 60 year old grannies. Moreover, no society can tolerate people like this running around exploiting children.”

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18 and 13.

Non nubile?

You’re a dingbat.

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Eric March 14, 2012 at 18:36

Does anybody live in an area where you can here ‘progressive’ talk radio? If you do, you should hear some of the wonderful things female hosts like Randi Rhodes, Stephanie Miller, Nicole Sandler, &c. have to say about men. Anyone calling for them to be banned? Of course not.

In our culture, anything that’s deprecatory of men is taken for granted to be a fact; and therefore never challenged.

P.S. Regarding another recent censorship issue: Danica Patrick IS a bitch.

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SMC March 14, 2012 at 18:48

“Now you make no mistake. The first and foremost, and sometimes only, purpose of the pro-life movement is to stop the slaughter of innocent and helpless babies.”

No it is not.

The point is to control female reproductive game playing/mind fuck (which stresses men out).

(All females are reproductive mind fucker /shit testers on instinct: inducing stress/ competition is the best way to breed with winners. It’s all very `scientifical… so feel free to be confused, gentle-brained americans. [...Somewhere in europe, a whole lotta villages are missing their idiots ...And outside it's america.])

Abortion, being disgusting (like all surgery) was thought to be an easy slam dunk through its “yuck factor”. (Yuck factor=propaganda –like a 1945 death trench photo used by a liberal to score easy points.) The fact that abortion’s yuck factor didn’t curtail female game playing /birth control-political-issues pisses off the now incredulous/outraged users of said yuck factor trick to the point they have become bat shit and actually believe the nonsense. (Ie they’ve “doubled down” …doubled the color saturation and size of the yucky photos.)

…Ie you don’t give a hairy rat’s ass about fetal tissue in kidney dish.

And if you actually do, white men are far more doomed than I already know they are.

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Yes I’m in a bad mood.

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Rocco March 14, 2012 at 19:59

Of course from experience we know that feminists use or abuse logic when it suits their ends, but here we have a feminist quoting a famous Feminist Jane Addamwho won the nobel prize in the 19th century:

“The essence of immorality is the tendency to make an exception of myself.”

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cristina-page/the-essence-of-immorality_b_1344820.html

Of course the feminists are using it to explain why the Catholic Church shouldn’t have the right to lobby for it’s position in the birth control Obama care debate.

Next it will be a form of mental illness to disagree with feminism just like good old unle Joe did in Russia.

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Mickey T March 14, 2012 at 22:04

A major function of most pro-life organizations is to place unwanted babies in good homes. There are almost always well qualified couples waiting for a child. Right To Life counselors often guide abortion seeking girls in bringing the baby to term to place him in a good home. That’s teaching her responsibility, as well as saving a life. She will also make a couple happy by bringing them a baby. I could go on and on. They don’t expect abortion to go away simply because they say, no, no, girls.

I know some won’t fully understand this because they don’t know how pro-life organizations usually work. Pro-life also means pro-personal responsibility.

At some point we are going to have to face the reality that our society will not survive very long as we know it, if less than half the population takes responsibility for their actions. Many have reached that reality, but we are far from some kind of consensus as to what might be done, let alone a plan. Right To Life organizations usually have a plan. If we go to the National Right To Life website, we might be impressed with their political activism agenda.

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Mickey T March 14, 2012 at 22:10

The above is in response to Art V-15;54

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DevilDog March 15, 2012 at 01:23

Jane Fonda was a piece of ass back in her day.. Wonder if those VC ran a train on her?

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Lovekraft March 15, 2012 at 04:05

@ Boxer:

youtube channel “LVJ112″ has the best archive of Leykis shows that I know of.

Hours of listening enjoyment!

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Jay March 15, 2012 at 11:31

The clamor for censorship is wrong.

The declining listenership and melting advertising dollars are doing enough damage. This is a classic radio stunt by someone who needs publicity.

And yes, it does sucker nutbags into screeches of censorship – so indeed, this particular round goes to Limbaugh. . .a guy few even realized was still on the radio. . .

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Art Vandelay March 15, 2012 at 12:02

A major function of most pro-life organizations is to place unwanted babies in good homes. There are almost always well qualified couples waiting for a child.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abortion_statistics_in_the_United_States

We are talking about 48 million unwanted babies here. You can’t make those numbers work. No way.

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Mikediver March 15, 2012 at 13:13

Rocco March 13, 2012 at 14:03
“Jane you ignorant slut…..”(tm SNL)

I hate to pick nits, but the full quote is, “Jane, you no good ignorant slut. ” The rhythm falls trippingly off the tongue.

And I have always believed that Jane Fondas passport should have been revoked while she was in N. Vietnam, and not let her back in the country.

When she was making “The Doll Maker”, in the early 90′s I think, the production company wanted to film in this small town in Tennessee. They had a town meeting and voted to uninvited the film makers; as they did not want Hanoi Jane in their town. This would have been a very large contribution to the town coffers. I was never prouder to be an American.

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Mickey T March 15, 2012 at 16:00

“We are talking about 48 million unwanted babies………”

I think you’re having difficulty with the concept of personal responsibility. Possibly because of you age. You may not have experienced very much in this country pre Roe vs Wade, among other things.

Of course our long term goal is to greatly reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies, which can only be accomplished by changing the behavior of women and some men. BUT, our immediate concern is to stop the brutal and barbaric slaughter of 1,5 million of our helpless and innocent unborn babies every year.

As you, and every other man here know, our only hope for salvation is to change the destructive behavior of women and/or the devastating effects of their behavior.

The Right to Life movement in general, has viable, and at times effective, plans in the works. They have been at it for many years and are unstoppable. They have saved many babies, made many couples happy and pushed through quite a bit of legislation etc.

Perhaps the time will come soon when we’ll see men’s groups follow in that direction.

BTW- Did you see recently that the The Journal of Medical Ethics, the pro abortion world authority of matters medical, is supporting the fact that a fetus has basically the same capacity for pain as a newborn??

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InT March 15, 2012 at 16:29

Raj: “Actually Rush Limbaugh’s real crime wasn’t calling Sandra Fluke a slut but appologizing for it. Appologizing is beta behaviour and women disrespect it with a passion, much more than they dislike insults.

Laws are just tools for humans (in this case women) to act on their feelings. Once you bend over, its open season. Law of nature.”

This is one area where gamers are decoupled from reality – the whole shit testing nonsense. Don’t get me wrong, standing up for yourself is important, but when there is such a massive cultural power disparity between you and the people you are accusing, you have no choice but to apologize if you don’t want to become a total pariah.

Like it or not, we live in a society where women feel entitled to have sex whenever they want…STDs, emasculating organo-pollutants, and side effects be damned. I don’t want estrogens in my water, but I have no choice. Women expect to fuck without having to bear children, which totally goes against nature and their own hormonal systems, but we’re now several generations into it.

I want a world where women have a low single-digit partner count. Where they spend their young years giving birth, when they are most healthy and pollutants have not accumulated in their body yet. Where they spend large amounts of time closely raising and mentally engaging intelligent children.

But will I get it? Probably not. In fact it almost seems like a total collapse would be needed for that to happen.

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Art Vandelay March 16, 2012 at 06:16

I think you’re having difficulty with the concept of personal responsibility.

How so?

Of course our long term goal is to greatly reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies, which can only be accomplished by changing the behavior of women and some men. BUT, our immediate concern is to stop the brutal and barbaric slaughter of 1,5 million of our helpless and innocent unborn babies every year.

I’m just saying you won’t find around 800,000 couples a year to take in those children if they weren’t aborted. That’s naive. Surely we wouldn’t want these children to be conceived in the first place, but that’s something you can’t really legislate. Barring that, it’s better for society for these children not to be born. Unless you want to go to 90% single mother households.

I hope we’ll soon see progress in reliable male birth control, this will probably change the numbers drastically.

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Harriet Harman QC March 17, 2012 at 07:40

A feminist needs logic like a fish needs a bicycle. Or car insurance?

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Mickey T March 17, 2012 at 08:33

The manager of my State Right To Life office once told me, many times when an abortion seeking woman/girl was asked the question: why are you seeking an abortion?? Her answer would be: “because it’s legal.”

This tells us two things: The girl would not get the abortion, she might keep the baby, put him up for adoption, marry etc, if abortion was illegal as before Roe v Wade. OR, she might be more careful about allowing herself to get pregnant in the first place.

I could give you many reasons why your myopic and over simplified theories don’t hold water, but I’m having trouble in getting past your attitude. You’ve not acknowledged, in any way that I’ve seen, the brutal and particularly gruesome slaughter of almost 50 million innocent and helpless human beings over the past 40 years.

Legislation is all about human behavior. There was legislation before Roe v Wade and there is legislation after Roe v Wade. Which worked out better?? If you’re going to debate this subject, you need to your homework.

Birth control for men??
OK, got any ideas??

I meant that I’d like to see men’s groups become politically active for men, because that’s the only way we can free ourselves of this female tyranny. I believe that men, in general are not selfish, so when they do better, we all do better.

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Mickey T March 17, 2012 at 09:06

I meant to say: legislation is all about CONTROLLING human behavior.

A hundred years ago, if you told a guy like Art about the Feminist legislation of today, he’d probably say, “that’s something you can’t really legislate”.

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James Whale March 17, 2012 at 10:44

First amendment rights for some but not for others.

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Art Vandelay March 17, 2012 at 14:20

I could give you many reasons why your myopic and over simplified theories don’t hold water, but I’m having trouble in getting past your attitude.

That’s the easy way out of any argument.

You’ve not acknowledged, in any way that I’ve seen, the brutal and particularly gruesome slaughter of almost 50 million innocent and helpless human beings over the past 40 years.

It’s neither brutal nor particularly gruesome.

Legislation is all about human behavior. There was legislation before Roe v Wade and there is legislation after Roe v Wade. Which worked out better?? If you’re going to debate this subject, you need to your homework.

The question is, better for whom. I don’t think having all those people around is really better for society because it will create a lot more disfunction in society. Have you by chance read “Freakonomics”? The author has an interesting theory why crime rates have dropped some time after Roe v. Wade because a lot of the people who were more likely to become criminals (single mother, low income household) weren’t born.

It also means a lot less men are slaves to women through child support.

I think the government can’t effectively legislate what people do in their sex life and even if it could it would make for a very tyrannical society. The result would probably be worse, if you look at all those shitholes on this planet where the people aren’t as free as us (well what little semblance of freedom we in the West have left).

Birth control for men??
OK, got any ideas??

Well there is a lot in development, the problem is that getting it to market will take time because of the FDA, if it ever comes. There is RISUG which is pretty advanced but it’s only available in India and only to men who already have children. There are also some pills in development which are not hormonal.

All that of course isn’t my idea. It is important that when it comes to make it available cheap so a lot of men can use it and take their reproductive rights in their own hand instead of relying on women, who as we both know have proven unreliable (millions of abortions) and dangerous (studies show that women would dupe their partner into fatherhood by “forgetting” to use birth control).

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Masculist Man March 17, 2012 at 20:41

Expecting individual men to complain only proves our political cluelessness. You can’t fight an army alone. The time for one-man-SEAL teams is over. We need UNITED action.

Okay,

VAWA is up for reauthorization and I’m going to contact my Congressman and Senators and let them know about this video: http://youtu.be/56Agy4bTv6Y

I’m also going to contact House Speaker John Boehner: http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor: http://www.majorityleader.gov/contact/contact.html

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell :http://mcconnell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=ContactForm

and let them know about this video too.

Who’s with me?

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Masculist Man March 18, 2012 at 00:33

…You haven’t invaded Canada SINCE… I meant to say.

We don’t have bullshit human rights commissions that discriminate against men and we are having an easier time fighting the feminists. Misandry is lower in the U.S. than Canada and there wasn’t some feminist group that suspended men’s rights in the U.S. unlike Canada. American politicians are getting nervous about insulting men while Canadian politicians can bash men with impunity.

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Mickey T March 18, 2012 at 06:45

@ Masculist man

The Senate is finished. It passed The Judiciary Committee (straight party line vote) a few weeks ago and the full Senate vote has either been approved or will be approved because the Dems have the majority. I don’t even bother on that one. The House is where we have to focus right now.

There is a group working to get VAWA to include men in the “victim” wording. I can’t give you status right now,Google it, if you like.

Where did the “Expecting individual men………………….” come from??

Thanks for the encouraging comment. I was beginning to think that I was the Lone Ranger. You are right about American politicians being nervous about men. Now is the best opportunity we will possibly ever have to “pounce”. We have the House, there enough seats in the Senate available to get a majority and we know about The White House ( I hope by now).

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Mickey T March 18, 2012 at 08:09

I’m assuming that you know the feminists have a death hold on the Dem party. The Dem party IS the fem party.

A recent poll (about a week ago) showed that 41% of male voters gave Obama a high job approval rating. They intend to vote for him this Nov.

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Masculist Man March 18, 2012 at 14:29

@Mickey T,

This is the last thing I know about VAWA: http://mensrightsboard.blogspot.com/2012/03/getting-vawa-on-ropes.html

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Firepower March 18, 2012 at 18:20

Boxer
Tom Leykis is coming back!
I’ve been waiting for that guy for a long, long time.

Two of the most conformist minds here – championing Leykis. Amazing. Hypocrisy, truly knows no bounds.

Call him, tape the convo and put up a link – it will be amusing. Do it even to “Promote the mrm!” But, that won’t happen – for the same reasons roissy’s never hears a peep out of you two.

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Mickey T March 19, 2012 at 11:30

@ Masculist Man

I did some calling around DC etc this AM. Since there is almost nobody left here, and it’s so important, I posted part of what I learned in the “Science Verifies Spearhead Findings” discussion #11:22.

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Jean Valjean April 8, 2012 at 09:41

Political speech is the most protected speech. Politicians and those speaking within the political arena can say whatever they want even if it is untrue.

Rush Limbaugh will not be censored. To do so will open the gates for every politician to be censored and as we know politicians don’t like to make laws governing their own actions.

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john April 30, 2012 at 19:23

Boys, boys lets settle down here a bit. A momentous event occurred 15 years ago by a pioneer named JOSEPH FRANCIS! A great man, and i am humbled by his intuition ,drive,perseverance in the production of a famous documentary disproving FEMINISM. Look him up, i think its like about $9.99 per episode.

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