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Freedom of Association, Even For Augusta National

Jake270 Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 6:16 PM
"IBM now has a female CEO who is not offered the green jacket simply because she was born with the wrong sex organs". A typical feminist/left-wing non-sequiter. Unfortunately, you people on the left can't seem to realize that there are many more differences between men and women besides sex organs, but I guess that's why you all seem so obsessed about sex all the time. After all, you think being denied free contraceptives constitutes a "war on women". If there was no place on earth where I could get away from emotion-based, talkative, scheming women, and hang out with my male buddies, I think I would shoot myself.

Now that the 2012 Masters Tournament is over, the hounds of political correctness have stopped baying at Augusta National Golf Club over its membership policies. The gender-grievance industry is moving on, looking for a new target to harangue.

Yet as the Augusta National brouhaha recedes, there are some things I wonder about.

To begin with, why would a Republican candidate for president weigh in on an issue as insignificant as whether a private Georgia golf club offers membership to women?

No one was surprised that President Obama wanted the world to know he disapproves of Augusta National's policy. This is...