Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Angry Women

Vox Day quotes someone telling a story that I see day after day, everywhere I go. It reminds me of something a minister said several decades ago when the whole equality thing first started. Whenever a pendulum starts to swing, it is unreasonable to expect it to simply stop at the mid-point right away. Instead, it will oscillate back and forth for some period of time before finally settling. His point was that it was very likely that society would over-shoot the mark, probably numerous times, in a series of actions, reactions, and counter-reactions, with respect to gender and racial equality. I certainly hope that we are at one of those turning points, because I'm not sure how much more strain a society can take. My fear is that we have people trying to push the pendulum farther than it would go under its own power, which will simply make the resulting swing in the opposite direction faster, harder, and more radical than anything we have seen.

Something for the black "leadership" to think about: Whites outnumber blacks 4-to-1. Who do you think would come out on top if whites start to seriously push back? And for the feminist "leadership," here is a question for you: What percentage of the sisterhood would instantly drop from the upper- and middle-class into poverty if their husbands/boyfriends stopped subsidizing them? Do you really want equality in everything? How many women has this already happened to because the man simply refused to take any more abuse and walked away?

Personal example: My paycheck covers the house payment, house insurance, property taxes, utilities, groceries, and gas for me to get back and forth to work. Her check covers the car insurance and gas for her to get back and forth to work. (Yes, there are other expenses, but these are the primary ones.) When I dump her on her ass next month, who will be hurting more?



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