On Friday the Senate failed to pass VAWA's reauthorization, allowing VAWA to expire on Sept. 30th, 2005.
Our nation is now experiencing the turmoil and chaos of its first
VAWA-less week-end since 1994.
Word on the street is that men everywhere are taking advantage of this temporary interval in feminist tyranny to beat their wives, rough up their girlfriends, and make disparaging remarks about women in general with utter impunity and no fear of reprisals.
I just overheard one zealous MRA insult all women by shouting - "One needs only to see the way she is built to realize that woman is not intended for great mental or for great physical labor!"
Without the social control and repression of VAWA, a virtual Category 4 hurricane of pent-up masculine patriarchal aggression has been unleashed and now threatens to escalate into actual gender warfare.
Women everywhere are .... shopping as usual, and seem unaware of their imminent peril.
Our nation is being torn apart in only one VAWA-less week-end!
And, Congress does not reconvene until Wednesday October 5th!
By then, it could be too late.
Men will have tasted a few days of liberty, and will not want to go back to being indentured servants under the thrall of radical feminism.
Women's very lives are at stake if VAWA is not renewed!
(Just look out your window right now to witness the carnage happening without VAWA!)
At a cost of only $4-billion, VAWA will ensure that society will return to normal, and men will not be allowed to behave as if they are free.
We cannot risk more VAWA-less week-ends, especially with the baseball playoffs coming up.
We do not need another SuperBowl Sunday spike in domestic violence against women, especially because baseball is a very slow game and it would mean actual weeks and weeks of heightened violence against women, instead of just one Sunday.
Call your Senators now, and demand that VAWA be re-authorized ASAP.
And the "DNA Fingerprint" amendment attached to VAWA 2005 is no big deal.
Having your DNA taken against your consent and included in a national database of criminals is a small price to pay for a return to normalcy, and saving countless women's lives.