Ahh, another arcticle that tries to find out why politicians get involved in sexual harassment accusations so often.
That's her answer:
[...] I believe the common denominator, the proximate cause of the irrational behavior, is arrogance; the belief by some powerful men that they can get away with it. That the world is still their unchallenged domain, as it was years ago, when few people knew about a president bringing women to the White House to have sex, as John F. Kennedy did, or pressuring his secretary to yield to sexual advances, as was common. It is willful ignorance that the world has changed.
The sudden-IQ-drop syndrome affects Democrats and Republicans, Americans and Europeans, people of all colors and professions.
My answer is: any politician can hire cunts to make their rivals get in trouble with a sexual scandal, because it's the easiest way to sweep anyone from the approval of public opinion. Especially with so many manginas today trying to protect women at any cost.
Only she's dumb enough to not take this into account.
By Erika Christakis, TIME.com, updated 8:57 AM EDT, Tue July 24, 2012
Erika Christakis: The vast majority of violence is perpetrated by men
She says we should not let political correctness get in the way of examining this
Christakis: We need to learn about the causes of violence and depression in young men
(TIME.com) -- There's a predictable cycle of mourning and finger-pointing that follows a massacre like the shootings last week in Aurora, Colorado. First come the calls for unity and flags flown at half-staff. Then the national fissures appear: The gun lobby stiffens its spine as gun control advocates make their case. Psychologists parse the shooter's background, looking for signs of mental illness or family disarray. Politicians point fingers about "society run amok" and "cultures of despair."
We've been down this path so many times, yet we keep missing the elephant in the room: How many of the worst mass murderers in American history were women? None. This is not to suggest that women are never violent, and there are even the rare cases of female serial killers. But why aren't we talking about the glaring reality that acts of mass murder (and, indeed, every single kind of violence) are overwhelmingly perpetrated by men? Pointing out that fact may seem politically incorrect or irrelevant, but our silence about the huge gender disparity of such violence may be costing lives.
Whenever you criticize women, it's considered "misogyny".. but whenever you criticize men, it's considered BRAVERY
also notice these man-hating feminist cunts having no problems talking about gender when it suits their man-hating agenda:
but whenever you talk about women needing to fulfill their 'gender roles,' they always respond with the same feminist partyline slogan: "BUT GENDER IS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT!!! YOU CAN'T DEFINE A WOMAN GRRRRRR!!!"
go fucking wash some dishes you heroic cunt.
oh and here's some videos of women not acting violent:
and here's some video of women on public tv not condoning violence against men:
and here's some video of women not molesting young children in FUCKING PUBLIC:
fuck these cunts and their silly version of telling the truth.
(btw, is it my imagination , or do all these man-hating feminist cunts visit the same barber? )
If they hate men so much, why do they keep trying to LOOK AND ACT LIKE MEN?
Ted Turner, founder of Cunt News Network: Men Should Be Barred From Political Office For 100 Years 23 September 2013
Media mogul Ted Turner reiterated an absolutely absurd idea Sunday.
Appearing at the International Women's Earth and Climate Summit in New York City, Turner proposed “men be barred from political office. They could do everything else, be president of universities, business leaders, but they just couldn’t serve in any elected position for 100 years”.
SALLY RANNEY, MODERATOR: There’s one other number that I want to put on the table here and that is that there is only 20 percent, 20 percent of the parliamentarians in the world are women. That’s another number that intersects here, and we have to get a lot more women into elected office. And I think, Ted, I remember you had a theory about women being elected.
TED TURNER: Well, I came up with the idea at least 20 years ago that we needed more women in politics. It would take a different turn. And I suggested that men be barred from political office.
I guess Turner was unaware that the House of Representatives led by Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) didn’t pass a budget for the fiscal years of 2010 or 2011.
Last I checked she is a woman.
For the record, this is not the first time Turner has made such a comment in public. He did so in 2003 and again in 2006.