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Good find.
Reminds me. US gov't now has power to require you to purchase something or be taxed if you don't. Anything. abortion...or a vasectomy.

Something to think about.
Main / Re: Feminists United - Funny Forum
Jul 31, 2012, 01:42 AM
Needledick? As opposed to cavernous cunt?

While men are used to hearing a woman exclaim, "deeper...deeper" (how deep can a guy go?), men should start shouting, "tighter..tighter!)

I think this bitch could benefit from Dr. Kegel's expertise.
The question was about MASS murderers. He didn't answer the question, but went on instead to demonize men.
Re: comments, I had some of these same thoughts. This woman is looking for an excuse to be a "victim". I can't imagine what in her psychological makeup would cause such a condition except maybe she reads too much Vogue or Woman's Day of some other such crap. She needs to step-up, woman-up and grow a pair.

Notice how they gloss over the most important part of the whole article

Basketball Australia stated each national team was allocated a budget, and each leadership group of the team was given the responsibility of how their budgets were to be spent, including travel arrangement expenses

This is your answer. If you chose to spend budgeted money on higher levels of transportation, why is it the fault of the other team, you should be complaining about the people running YOUR team.

It's simple.....women's teams have to spend more money on tampons, midol, and abortions. s'not fair!
Main / Re: The Arena - Mens Rights
Jul 06, 2012, 04:12 AM
To The Arena (email)
Thanks for that show. Nice to see a woman "get" it; one that understands that to achieve true equality we must rid government of chivalry and pedestalism. One fun fact....The unsinkable Molly Brown used chivalry to save her own life, then went on to advocate women's rights. Her "oppressors" gave their lives so she could live. I've never read that about any slave owner in past history. Perhaps women were not oppressed?

Main / Re: The Arena - Mens Rights
Jul 06, 2012, 03:59 AM
That Men's Studies course is being run by a feminist. Most "men's studies" have been co-opted by feminists and manginas. Their purpose is to vilify men and show how the patriarchy is demoralizing to men also. Of course, no mention of Pedestalism or chivalry in these coursers.
Main / Re: Better comment!
Jun 15, 2012, 07:15 AM
How could the USPSTF make this draft Recommendation Statement clearer?

By dropping the gender-as-victim position, and include all victims of domestic violence. When you exclude men you do an injustice to them, their children, and the perpetrator.

What information, if any, did you expect to find in this draft Recommendation Statement that was not included?

That men are victims of IPV as often as women.

Based on the evidence presented in this draft Recommendation Statement, do you believe that the USPSTF came to the right conclusions? Please provide additional evidence or viewpoints that you think should have been considered

Adolph Hitler was given evidence about the Jews and their detrimental effect on German society. The USPSTF has cherry picked the studies used for this draft. Their are over 200 valid University and legal studies that show women are perpetrators of IPV as often as , or more often, than men.

What resources or tools could the USPSTF provide that would make this Recommendation Statement more useful to you in its final form?

The USPSTF is committed to understanding the needs and perspectives of the public it serves. Please share any experiences that you think could further inform the USPSTF on this draft Recommendation Statement.

My perspective is that the current state of domestic violence law is Orwellian at best. Men can be thrown out of their homes, denied access to their children, fired from employment, lose 2nd Amendment Rights, and lose friends and family on the basis of an accusation. The US crows to the world about its equality, while ignoring half of the problem in domestic violence law.

Do you have other comments on this draft Recommendation Statement?

I think I've said enough, provided enough evidence. I'm willing to bet my comments find their way into the Recycle Bin on somebody's computer because they don't fit the narrative of the domestic violence industry.
"The Supreme Court recognized battered woman syndrome in a landmark 1990 case. It outlined how a woman in an abusive relationship who kills her partner can use the Criminal Code's self-defence provisions to argue for an acquittal."

Black Robed Thugs changing law on the fly.  I rule that we recognize "battered justice syndrome." Darren Mack wasn't a criminal, he was someone oppressed by a black robed thug. He could not escape this judge's ruling, he couldn't prevent the loss of his business and his relationship with his child due to the black-robed thug's arbitrary ruling. Why can't a citizen in an abusive judicial relationship take the same course of action? Just Asking......
Main / Equal Pay, War on women, AGAIN!
May 30, 2012, 10:10 AM

Dems will use this in their war-on-women claim.

Senate Democrats Make Play on Equal Pay

    By Humberto Sanchez
    Roll Call Staff
    May 24, 2012, Midnight

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Sens. Barbara Mikulski (left) and Patty Murray arrive at a press conference Wednesday at which they challenged Republicans to join them in support of the Paycheck Fairness Act.

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In their latest play for female voters, Senate Democrats have begun laying the groundwork for a legislative fight over equal pay next month.

Senate Democrats intend to set up a procedural vote after next week's recess on the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would update the Equal Pay Act signed into law June 10, 1963.

"Forty-nine years later, women still make less for doing the same job with the same education as men do," Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), who introduced the bill, said Wednesday at a briefing. "What we are saying here on the eve of the 49th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act is we're mad as hell and we're not going take it anymore."

Republicans were unmoved and criticized their Democratic counterparts for pushing what they said was more pressing legislation to the side. A senior GOP leadership aide said "it makes it tough to swallow" that Senate Democratic leaders have complained about lack of floor time to deal with what the aide said was "the largest tax hike in history, sequestration, spending bills" and an assortment of other must-do legislation.

Sen. Patty Murray (Wash.), who is head of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, called on Republicans to back the bill to show that they support women's issues, despite what she called a raft of recent GOP legislative proposals that would disadvantage women.

"I ... urge Republicans to join with us to pass this critical legislation," Murray said at the briefing. "Over the past few months, many of us have stood up here in front of you to fight against partisan attacks on policies that would impact women across America. None of us started these fights, but we are not going to stand by and watch as Republicans roll back the clock."

Among the examples Democrats have cited is contraception. In March, Senate Republicans offered an amendment to transportation reauthorization legislation that would have allowed companies and insurance providers to opt out of a proposed rule that mandates access to birth control.

The amendment, which was defeated, came in response to a rule proposed by the Obama administration that would require insurance companies to provide and pay for contraception services in accordance with the 2010 health care law.

Democrats said the amendment showed that Republicans were willing to trample on women's right to contraception, which they said was standard health care.

Republicans said the rule threatens religious freedom.

Since then, however, Republican leaders have focused on jobs messaging and have largely deferred on getting involved in any more sparring in the culture wars.

Democrats on Wednesday insisted their bill had bearing on the economy.

"Every time we stood up to defend women, the Republicans would jump up and say we were creating distractions or creating manufactured issues," Murray said. "They would say we should be focused on the economy, like we were the ones changing the subject and making partisan attacks. We are not going to stop standing up for women and our families. And to those Republicans who claim to be so concerned about the economy, now is your chance to sign on to co-sponsor this bill.

"The Paycheck Fairness Act isn't just about women and is not just about fairness, it is about the economy," Murray continued. "When women are not paid what they deserve, middle-class families and communities pay the price." 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, women who work full time still earn, on average, only 77 cents for every dollar men earn. On average, black women were paid 62 cents and Latinas were paid 53 cents, as compared to white men.

The pay disparity comes at a time when almost 40 percent of women are acting as their primary household breadwinners.

Republicans were skeptical of the legislation and pointed to Democrats' touting over the past few years of the 2009 passage of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act as a balm to the issue of pay equity.

The law was named after a woman who discovered she was being paid less than her male peers.

A jury found the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company plant in Gadsden, Ala., where she worked, guilty of pay discrimination. But in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court threw out the case, ruling that Ledbetter should have filed her suit within 180 days of the date that Goodyear first paid her less than her peers. In 2009, the 111th Congress passed the legislation that  clarified the statue of limitations on pay discrimination cases.

"Either they've been lying about Lilly Ledbetter for three years or they're losing so much ground among women that they'll say anything to try to get it back," a different senior Republican aide said.

Democrats said the Ledbetter bill only relaxed the statute of limitations on pay equity discrimination. Mikulski said the Ledbetter bill was a "down payment" by "keeping the court house doors open."

The Paycheck Fairness Act "closes the loopholes that allow discrimination in the first place," Mikulski added.

The bill would require employers to demonstrate that wage differences between men and women doing the same work have a business justification and stem from factors other than gender. It would also prohibit retaliation against workers who inquire about their employers' wage practices or disclose their own wages. It would also protect certain confidential wage information.

The bill would help level the playing field by ensuring that women can obtain the same remedies as those subject to discrimination on the basis of race or national origin.

It would also seek to encourage enforcement of equal pay laws by reinstating the collection of wage-related data and providing resources to train workers who enforce equal pay laws.
Main / Really confused Here...NZ Story
May 14, 2012, 02:16 AM
Why would a school be handing out chocolate breasts and penises to parents anyway, let alone mistakenly giving them to the kids to hand out?]

Penis-shaped chocolates sour Mother's Day event

A bungled Mother's Day event where children were given erotic chocolates has exposed a bitter rift among parents at Woodberry Public School.

The Newcastle Herald reported on Saturday that several parents were horrified that bags containing chocolate penises and breasts were handed to children to give to their mums.

Others have since leapt to the defence of the school's Parents and Citizens committee.

A parent, Adam Moon, said yesterday the negative reaction had been exaggerated by parents who had ''personal issues'' with members of the committee.

''If there's an opportunity to have a whinge about [the committee], they're going to take it.

''There are some personal issues involved with it all.''

Mr Moon said the chocolates were supposed to be handed to parents by other parents, but that the process was ''mishandled'' and children were given the bags instead.

''From my point of view, I think it's a minor matter,'' Mr Moon said.

Another parent, identifying herself as ''Jen'' on the Herald website, said the chocolates were inappropriate but defended the committee and the school's principal.

''The kids see worse on television on a daily basis,'' she said.

Another poster, ''Dottie'', urged parents to support the school.

''The principal at that school does a great job, so lay off,'' she said. ''And instead of criticising the P&C, why not pull your weight and join.''

NSW Country P&C vice-president Mary Lawson, who is based in the Hunter, said giving out the chocolates was ''not a good idea''.

''As a parent, I wouldn't like it,'' she said.

''But I don't know the full story.''
In an age where women can sue for ANY perceived injustice, this guy has to fight to be compensated for physical and emotional damage.

Notice also, they don't mention the sex of the custodial worker.

Appellate Court Rules Man Can Sue Hospital Over 'Excruciating' Catheter Mishap

SANTA ANA (CBS) -- An appellate panel reversed a lower court's dismissal of a lawsuit filed against South Coast Medical Center in Laguna Beach by a man who claimed he suffered "excruciating pain and trauma" when a worker tripped on a hose, yanking a catheter from his penis.

Gregory Harry, a quadriplegic who was being treated at the medical center in June 2009, relied on catheters to urinate because of his paralysis. A custodial worker tripped over a hose connected to the catheter in Harry's hospital room.

Harry had to summon a nurse after the accident caused him to pass blood and tissue, according to the ruling from the three-judge panel of the Fourth District Court of Appeal.

The nurse gave him pain medication and made several unsuccessful attempts to reinsert the catheter, according to the ruling. Ultimately, the nurse summoned a urologist, who was able to insert a new catheter.

Harry's negligence lawsuit alleges he suffered "excruciating pain and trauma, permanent injury and loss of functionality," and that the mishap worsened his problems with incontinence.

Orange County Superior Court Judge Franz Miller granted a motion for summary judgment filed by the medical center's attorneys, who cited experts who said the incident did not fall below the standard of care.

The appellate justices cited the difference of opinions from various experts as a reason the case should not be dismissed.
Hmmm. Boyfriend wasn't arrested? How many states besides Mich. that criminalize a breakup during pregnancy?
Main / Re: Another One Tries The Cancer Scam
May 05, 2012, 06:41 PM
Perfect scam! because the implants would be seen to have replaced the removed breasts! She was caught the same way those "will work for food" sign people are. Offer them what they're asking for and watch them vanish.