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“War on Women”… wha…sure…really…and Mrs. Clause and the Easter Bunny are lovers…

April 14, 2012

It is because I say it is!

By Ray Blumhorst,

I keep seeing articles in the news about a “War on Women,” but as we all know the real gender war that’s been going on for decades is, “THE WAR ON MEN.”

In this election cycle, the privileged and pampered feminists are coming out of the woodwork to pander for their own petty self interests.  In doing so they are (metaphorically speaking) torching their own Feminist Reichstag, then blaming men, and non feminists, for a plethora of manufactured, and imagined, women’s hurts.  Feminists are grabbing red herrings off their bicycles as they are peacefully peddling on their way, and feeding them to the lame stream media.  The mindless, lame stream media is having a feeding frenzy.  One red herring was heard to exclaim to a feminist ogre with a gasp, “I know you need me, but don’t hurt my bicycle!”  Oh, and yes, feminists are seizing at straw men and tossing them into the metaphorical, Feminist “Reichstag fire” to help fuel the bogus perception of a “War on Women.”

It’s time to whip out those male fire hoses of truth and put an end to all the smoke and mirrors of the whiny feminists for whom all the world’s been a stage for their bogus grievances.  Throw facts at them.

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6 Responses to “War on Women”… wha…sure…really…and Mrs. Clause and the Easter Bunny are lovers…

  1. Me on May 23, 2012 at 3:40 PM

    There is a war on women and there is a war on men. How about we just call this the "war on freedom of any choice that that right wing nut jobs disagree with".

    I spend more time defending men than I do women but – the oppression that women face is real too.

    Equality doesn't mean special treatment.

  2. Mad Dog Mike38321 on April 18, 2012 at 9:48 AM

    The author of this article uses horror stories of women and young girls being disfigured, maimed, tortured, and having to endure hardships like having to walk miles to school under the threat of terror and rape. All of these things are true in some parts of the world; however, the VAWA is using these horror stories to expedite the passing of gender biased laws that discriminate solely on the basis of gender. The author of this article only wants the public to see domestic violence as a problem that can only be solved by punishing the male gender.

    Although this article makes a valid point about the need to end domestic violence in America, it was not necessary to incorporate factors and events from around the world to try to make this point. In doing so the author does succeed in vilifying men and portraying them as the sole perpetrators of domestic violence, but they leave out the fact women are responsible for about half of the incidents of domestic violence in America. The author also leaves out the fact these programs do not address the problems that male victims of domestic violence suffer.

  3. Mad Dog Mike34776 on April 18, 2012 at 9:48 AM

    The Violence against Women Act. The very name of this organization tells people they have a vested interest in presenting just enough information to lead politicians and the public to believe that all men are the aggressors in all domestic violence cases.
    The Violence against Women Act passed into law with full bi-partisan support. This new set of laws gave law enforcement more power and tougher penalties for violators. The VAWA also has a wide range of programs available to female victims of domestic violence. What the article does not mention is the laws are only meant to treat women like victims and punish all men without proving that they are guilty of any form of domestic violence.

    • Mad Dog Mike38321 on April 18, 2012 at 9:49 AM

      This is a rebuttal argument based on the domestic violence article that unfairly portrays men as aggressors and women as victims. The article chosen for review is the online article “recognizing the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women” (Tracey Russo2011). This article addresses problem of domestic violence in America and the damage it does to the family.

  4. masculist man on April 16, 2012 at 2:13 PM

    I touch on this phony war on women as well:

  5. Mad Dog Mike38321 on April 14, 2012 at 11:01 PM

    The war on women is the greatest weapon of mass distraction that has ever been devised. It is really a work of genius when you stop to think about it, the feminist run government and media keeps everybody so busy helping the poor defenseless female, everyone turns a blind eye to the criminal or bad behavior she is doing.

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