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May 16, 2006

Wingnuts Against Women

-- by Dave Johnson

Wingnuttery (also filed under Party over Country): Violence Against Women Act abuses the rights of men. Bush should not have supported the Violence Against Women act because,

The act, which costs nearly $1 billion per year, is one of the major ways former President Bill Clinton bought the support of radical feminists. ... It's unlikely that the feminists who will spend all that money will ever vote Republican.
Right, our government is only for Repubicans. (Works even better if you give them money.)

Here's my favorite part:

This criminalizing of ordinary private behavior and incarceration without due process follows classic police-state practices. Evidence is irrelevant, hearsay is admissible, defendants have no right to confront their accusers, and forced confessions are a common feature.
And here we enter the yee-ha zone:
Violence Against Women Act money is used by anti-male feminists to train judges, prosecutors and police in the feminist myths that domestic violence is a contagious epidemic, and that men are naturally batterers and women are naturally victims. Feminists lobby state legislators to pass must-arrest and must-prosecute laws even when police don't observe any crime and can't produce a witness to testify about an alleged crime.
These far-right "conservatives" are the people in charge of every branch of our government.

Posted by Dave Johnson at May 16, 2006 8:30 AM

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Hmmm...I'm a white male, I pretty much run the country, how am I a victim???

Posted by: numfar [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 16, 2006 8:42 PM

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