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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://the-liberty-republican.tumblr.com/post/108577868539/when-women-are-allowed-to-vote-government-always">the-liberty-republican</a>:</p>
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<p>When women are allowed to vote government always gets bigger. Single women tend to use voting as a giant exercise in cuckholdry, government essentially becomes their new provider in place of a partner. Don’t be fooled, Women today are not more independent, they just depend on tax dollars (and federal agencies bullying private companies on their behalf) rather than their husband’s.</p>
<p>So no, I wouldn’t mind sacrificing my right to vote if it meant I wouldn’t have to deal with all this other feminist bullshit.</p>
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<p>I get your point.  Between LBJ’s idiotic “Great Society” and modern feminism’s support of the destruction of the family, increasing numbers of women have used the government as baby daddy. </p>
<p>However, I don’t think we should cut off our nose to spite our face.  We need to work to end the programs that encourage this behavior and help inform women so they can make better decisions when voting.</p>
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<p>So in other words, ‘I don’t share the same views as many women so let’s deny them all the right to vote’.</p>
<p>While we’re at it, let’s revoke the right to vote from men since I disagree with many of them, too.</p>
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<p>Once again, I’m not advocating anything. I’m saying that I wouldn’t shed tears if this did somehow happen even though it’s just about impossible. Please actually read what I’m writing here.</p>
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<p>Just because I disagree with you doesn’t mean I didn’t read what you wrote. I’ve seen people make your argument before, and it’s more than idiotic to blame the spread of liberalism and degeneracy on women and women alone seeing as many men are liberal and take those views to positions of power and act on them [See: LBJ, Obama, etc.]. A country where women have no place in politics would look like Saudi Arabia. I consider your argument against women keeping the right to vote weak, and that’s just my opinion.</p>
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<p>No, dear. You’re not reading what I’m saying because you’re completely misrepresenting what my point was. Here, let me try again, although I get the feeling that this exercise is falling upon deaf ears- </p>
<p><strong>Once again, I’m not advocating anything. I’m saying that I wouldn’t shed tears if this did somehow happen even though it’s just about impossible. Please actually read what I’m writing here.</strong></p>

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With all due respect, I have read what you wrote and I&rsquo;m pretty sure <a class="tumblelog" href="http://tmblr.co/micL3f9MQx--YtYVmTwJpqg">rightwinged</a> has too. I strongly disagree. You are essentially saying that women gaining the right to vote has had an adverse effect on politics. I just totally disagree with that. There are plenty of uninformed men just as there are women. I don&rsquo;t believe for a moment that women voting is the cause for the spread of liberalism. It doesn&rsquo;t matter that you aren&rsquo;t &ldquo;advocating anything&rdquo;, you are in fact saying that you wouldn&rsquo;t mind women not being able to vote, which is essentially advocating it by proxy. It&rsquo;s like the people who say they are pro-choice even though they&rsquo;re personally against abortion. Now to be clear, I don&rsquo;t think your opinion is tantamount to abortion in any way, I&rsquo;m just comparing the nature of the statement. It&rsquo;s really hard to say &ldquo;I wouldn&rsquo;t mind if this thing happened, but I&rsquo;m not supporting it happening.&rdquo;

I believe that it is in fact important for all American people to have the right to vote. I would care very much if it were taken away from me.

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When women are allowed to vote government always gets bigger. Single women tend to use voting as a giant exercise in cuckholdry, government essentially becomes their new provider in place of a partner. Don’t be fooled, Women today are not more independent, they just depend on tax dollars (and federal agencies bullying private companies on their behalf) rather than their husband’s.

So no, I wouldn’t mind sacrificing my right to vote if it meant I wouldn’t have to deal with all this other feminist bullshit.

I get your point.  Between LBJ’s idiotic “Great Society” and modern feminism’s support of the destruction of the family, increasing numbers of women have used the government as baby daddy. 

However, I don’t think we should cut off our nose to spite our face.  We need to work to end the programs that encourage this behavior and help inform women so they can make better decisions when voting.

So in other words, ‘I don’t share the same views as many women so let’s deny them all the right to vote’.

While we’re at it, let’s revoke the right to vote from men since I disagree with many of them, too.

Once again, I’m not advocating anything. I’m saying that I wouldn’t shed tears if this did somehow happen even though it’s just about impossible. Please actually read what I’m writing here.

Just because I disagree with you doesn’t mean I didn’t read what you wrote. I’ve seen people make your argument before, and it’s more than idiotic to blame the spread of liberalism and degeneracy on women and women alone seeing as many men are liberal and take those views to positions of power and act on them [See: LBJ, Obama, etc.]. A country where women have no place in politics would look like Saudi Arabia. I consider your argument against women keeping the right to vote weak, and that’s just my opinion.

No, dear. You’re not reading what I’m saying because you’re completely misrepresenting what my point was. Here, let me try again, although I get the feeling that this exercise is falling upon deaf ears-

Once again, I’m not advocating anything. I’m saying that I wouldn’t shed tears if this did somehow happen even though it’s just about impossible. Please actually read what I’m writing here.

With all due respect, I have read what you wrote and I’m pretty sure rightwinged has too. I strongly disagree. You are essentially saying that women gaining the right to vote has had an adverse effect on politics. I just totally disagree with that. There are plenty of uninformed men just as there are women. I don’t believe for a moment that women voting is the cause for the spread of liberalism. It doesn’t matter that you aren’t “advocating anything”, you are in fact saying that you wouldn’t mind women not being able to vote, which is essentially advocating it by proxy. It’s like the people who say they are pro-choice even though they’re personally against abortion. Now to be clear, I don’t think your opinion is tantamount to abortion in any way, I’m just comparing the nature of the statement. It’s really hard to say “I wouldn’t mind if this thing happened, but I’m not supporting it happening.” I believe that it is in fact important for all American people to have the right to vote. I would care very much if it were taken away from me.

407 PM 3 notes lovelyardie replied to this post I wouldn't really shed a tear if you accidentally bit your tongue off just saying banging-dickens replied to this post Why? capt-shiny liked this This Randian Bitch thiS acn the-liberty-republican posted <p><a href=httpthe-liberty-republicantumblrcompost108601184484rightwinged-the-liberty-republican class=tumblr_blog>the-liberty-republican<a><p> <blockquote><p><a class=tumblr_blog href=httprightwingedtumblrcompost108587344108the-liberty-republican-rightwinged>rightwinged<a><p> <blockquote> <p><a class=tumblr_blog href=httpthe-liberty-republicantumblrcompost108583007079rightwinged-atimeforchoosing>the-liberty-republican<a><p> <blockquote> <p><a class=tumblr_blog href=httprightwingedtumblrcompost108582285363atimeforchoosing-the-liberty-republican-when>rightwinged<a><p> <blockquote> <p><a class=tumblr_blog href=httpatimeforchoosingtumblrcompost108581496309the-liberty-republican-when-women-are-allowed>atimeforchoosing<a><p> <blockquote> <p><a class=tumblr_blog href=httpthe-liberty-republicantumblrcompost108577868539when-women-are-allowed-to-vote-government-always>the-liberty-republican<a><p> <blockquote> <p>When women are allowed to vote government always gets bigger Single women tend to use voting as a giant exercise in cuckholdry government essentially becomes their new provider in place of a partner Don’t be fooled Women today are not more independent they just depend on tax dollars and federal agencies bullying private companies on their behalf rather than their husband’s<p> <p>So no I wouldn’t mind sacrificing my right to vote if it meant I wouldn’t have to deal with all this other feminist bullshit<p> <blockquote> <p>I get your point Between LBJ’s idiotic “Great Society” and modern feminism’s support of the destruction of the family increasing numbers of women have used the government as baby daddy <p> <p>However I don’t think we should cut off our nose to spite our face We need to work to end the programs that encourage this behavior and help inform women so they can make better decisions when voting<p> <blockquote> <p>So in other words ‘I don’t share the same views as many women so let’s deny them all the right to vote’<p> <p>While we’re at it let’s revoke the right to vote from men since I disagree with many of them too<p> <blockquote> <p>Once again I’m not advocating anything I’m saying that I wouldn’t shed tears if this did somehow happen even though it’s just about impossible Please actually read what I’m writing here<p> <blockquote> <p>Just because I disagree with you doesn’t mean I didn’t read what you wrote I’ve seen people make your argument before and it’s more than idiotic to blame the spread of liberalism and degeneracy on women and women alone seeing as many men are liberal and take those views to positions of power and act on them See LBJ Obama etc A country where women have no place in politics would look like Saudi Arabia I consider your argument against women keeping the right to vote weak and that’s just my opinion<p> <blockquote> <p>No dear You’re not reading what I’m saying because you’re completely misrepresenting what my point was Here let me try again although I get the feeling that this exercise is falling upon deaf ears- <p> <p><strong>Once again I’m not advocating anything I’m saying that I wouldn’t shed tears if this did somehow happen even though it’s just about impossible Please actually read what I’m writing here<strong><p> <blockquote> With all due respect I have read what you wrote and I&rsquom pretty sure <a class=tumblelog href=httptmblrcomicL3f9MQx--YtYVmTwJpqg>rightwinged<a> has too I strongly disagree You are essentially saying that women gaining the right to vote has had an adverse effect on politics I just totally disagree with that There are plenty of uninformed men just as there are women I don&rsquot believe for a moment that women voting is the cause for the spread of liberalism It doesn&rsquot matter that you aren&rsquot &ldquoadvocating anything&rdquo you are in fact saying that you wouldn&rsquot mind women not being able to vote which is essentially advocating it by proxy It&rsquos like the people who say they are pro-choice even though they&rsquore personally against abortion Now to be clear I don&rsquot think your opinion is tantamount to abortion in any way I&rsquom just comparing the nature of the statement It&rsquos really hard to say &ldquoI wouldn&rsquot mind if this thing happened but I&rsquom not supporting it happening&rdquo I believe that it is in fact important for all American people to have the right to vote I would care very much if it were taken away from me Meme

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