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Monday, November 01, 2010

Stifled by feminism

Facing the 'man up' challenge


Republican Sharron Angle famously told Sen. Harry Reid to "man up" during a Nevada debate this month -- the implication being that Reid is a wuss, or not man enough to do his job. You'll get no argument from me, but I did note Reid didn't fire back at his opponent. That's because feminists have taught him well.

When faced with whether or not to make a disparaging remark about the female gender, most men know to keep their mouths shut.

In politics today, women can do and say whatever they want about the opposite sex, but men can't do likewise. "You can't come back on gender grounds to a female candidate," says Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania.

Read more: NYPost.com

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm terrified of what female agency in government has done to men and the family.

I'm starting to think we should finish off the family like women want. Men should not have anything to do with the matriarchal family. Men should withdraw.

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