Warning: The language in this editorial is mundane for university feminists, but highly offensive to normal people.
On March 16th, 2004, the UNC-Wilmington Women?s Resource Center (WRC) will be hosting a speech by the Guerilla Girls. This group of anonymous feminists will be paid $6000 of public funds to dress up like apes, throw bananas at the audience, and campaign against George W. Bush. If you have never heard of them, you can log on to www.guerillagirls.com. There you can also learn more about their new book, ?Bitches, Bimbos, and Ball-breakers.?
This now marks the second consecutive year that the university has kicked off its so-called ?Women?s History Month? (previously known as ?March?) by spending taxpayer money to oppose the candidacy of President George W. Bush. Last year?s kickoff event featured an address called ?How President Bush?s Attack on the International Family Hurts Us All.? This tactic of spending public funds to advance the agenda of the Democrats was taken directly from the UNC-Chapel Hill Women?s Center after they launched a campaign to preserve partial birth abortion with state resources in the summer of 2002. Attorney General Roy Cooper has expressed no interest in enforcing the laws that these feminists routinely violate. It is an election year and Cooper is a Democrat.
This year?s effort by the WRC to oppose President Bush is even more blatant. The WRC?s decision to hire the Guerilla Girls is simply a poorly disguised effort to funnel money from taxpayers directly into the Democratic National Committee?s campaign to win the presidential election. If that assertion seems far-fetched, take a look at the ?threat levels? from the Guerilla Girls? ?Women?s Homeland Terror Alert System?:
?SEVERE: President claims women do have rights. Can join army, fight unpopular war, and kill innocent people.
HIGH: President refuses to sign international treaty on discrimination against women.
ELEVATED: President nominates judges opposed to affirmative action and abortion rights.
GAURDED: President appoints man to FDA who believes prayer is best treatment for PMS.
LOW: President rides around on horse, clears brush on ranch.?
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