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And follow up - I love that Townhall posts an article that it's unacceptable this guy made it into the White House, and some commentators proceed to wish that he had actually managed to kill or hurt someone, preferably the rightfully elected President of the United States. Like him or not, wishing violence on him and his family puts you in the wrong.
How is the Presidents fault?
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3 Mistakes Hannah Graham Made

ZealousConscript Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 6:41 AM
In other words, Giles is saying "You should always live in fear of rape and murder" instead of "It is absolutely unacceptable that women have to live in fear of rape and murder." Thats a beautiful world view you all have.
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What 'War on Women'?

ZealousConscript Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 2:59 AM
I'd also like to point out that at the time of posting, in addition to Goldbergs article, there are several articles that either directly or indirectly talk about women on Townhall: An anti-abortion piece "A Moral Universe Torn Apart" Ransom Notes Radio "Real Women Want Real Men...Not liberals" Doug Giles "3 Mistakes Hannah Graham Made" And although its not an article about women, The piece about Chelsea Manning bears mentioning, if just for the vile and disgusting comments. Every one of these articles has its problems, some more than others (Please, Townhall, I urge you to consider removing Doug Giles from your contributors.) But if you want to find the "War on Women" I suggest you start looking right here. In the articles, which are sometimes bad, sometimes neutral, and rarely good on women, and the comments, which never seem to be better than vile.
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3 Mistakes Hannah Graham Made

ZealousConscript Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 2:53 AM
Wow. Blame the victim. This is disgusting Giles. You always have been, but this takes the cake. Everytime someone like you writes an article like this, or says it, or tells their daughter this, what you're really saying is "You have to live your life in fear. You are not allowed to do the things that men do, like drink, or walk alone, or hook up, because the punishment is rape, or death, or whatever. And you'll deserve that punishment, because you thought you were a human being who had the right to do those things." The onus isn't on girls who wear revealing clothing, or had a few drinks at a bar (god forbid) or decide they want a one night stand. It's on the people who rape and murder. And it's on people like you Giles, who turn around and say "What did she expect, thinking that she could act with the same freedom a man can?"
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What 'War on Women'?

ZealousConscript Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 2:40 AM
I don't understand this article. We shouldn't try and combat rape or sexual assault on college campuses because women are getting educated at a rate higher than men? Because our economy has shifted away from valuing manual labor, which men have become accustomed to doing with little to no education? I'm really trying to see the point here, but I'm not getting it. Seems to me Goldberg is comparing apples to oranges (rape to potential gender bias in education) in order to say....what?
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Multiculturalism Is a Failure

ZealousConscript Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 7:42 PM
You're right Walter. Now we get rid of the entire Bill of Rights!
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How Far Away Can Skynet Be?

ZealousConscript Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 12:53 AM
You gotta love the guy who believes humans should suffer on in drudgery, doing meaningless jobs because - I actually don't know why. Because they deserve it? Because we as a society can't recognize technology will be the greatest factor in our future?
Said the guy in the same country as the bachelor and this: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/08/married-at-first-sight_n_5568131.html But if gay people do it, oh no! Then it's bad.
Somebody had a great big heaping bowl of Machiavelli-Os this morning.
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