Friday, July 18, 2008

Women's Suffrage is of the Devil

Don't believe me? Consider:

If a man goes obviously out of his way to open a door for a woman he doesn't know, unless she is a Bitter Suffragette she will be pleased.

If he does the same for a man he doesn't know, the second fellow will suspect him of being a pervert.

In short,

Women like being taken care of.
Men like being left the hell alone.

So as long as women keep voting, we're never going to get a government that will leave us the hell alone.

8 comments:

Histor said...

Ironically, the solution to ending welfare dependency is the exact opposite. Men like being given free money, but women like their men to work. If we abolish male suffrage, welfare will be eliminated, and unemployment will disappear.

Histor

J D Carriere said...

Naw, Histor, that's rubbish. Men don't like being given free money. Newfangled Men, the sensitive types, like it.

If you take away men's vote you'll just give even more of 'em the impression that they have no particular responsiblity to run things to the benefit of anybody but themselves, and all the problems we have now will just get bigger.

crusader88 said...

I can't believe you actually posted that, heh heh heh! While I wouldn't go so far as to say women's suffrage is of the devil, Ann Coulter did point out that Republicans would have won every presidential election since 1964 were it not for the votes of women. Their votes do seem to have a negative effect on the government.

Histor said...

Mr. Carriere, I have to concede to you.

Though, crusader88,

"Ann Coulter did point out that Republicans would have won every presidential election since 1964 were it not for the votes of women. Their votes do seem to have a negative effect on the government."

Given that women got the vote just in time for the 1920 elections, that's debatable. Then again, 1920s presidents were an unusually poor crop, so you may be right.

Histor

crusader88 said...

True enough about Harding and Hoover (though they were still better than most of the men who have held office in the last few decades), but do not lump my main man, Calvin Coolidge, in with any "poor crop" of presidents.

He was a genuinely amazing figure, catapulted to the presidency because of his strong handling of a police strike as governor of Massachusetts, and didn't have to do any double dealing in order to get the presidency (when Harding died in 1923), and cruised to reelection. He not only had budget surpluses every year, he actually PAID OFF the national debt. He was a consistent opponent of subsidies to the many industries that lobbied Washington, and during his presidency, America was everywhere at peace. Additionally, immigration was under control.

teacher.paris said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aCFDXflShE

Wickedness at Westminster.

Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

Mr Carriere,

While the national debt did decrease from 25.9 billion dollars to 16.2 billion dollars from 1920 to 1930, the only point at which the US public debt was zero, since the Articles of Confederation, was under Andrew Jackson in 1835.

crusader88 said...

That one was on me, Jovan-Marya; thank you.