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    The female vote gave us Thatcher! They're still saying sorry, with a significant shift leftwards since.
    I've never understood this thinking that all women think and react alike. As in all being al opposite ends of the political spectrum. It's like we are not considered as even being a part of the same species with the same variations as males, but more like some imaginary robotic figment on some kind of pedestal.

    And I see much of this same type of lazy thinking coming from women too.

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    When I was young and naive I thought there would be less war with a woman (mother) president. I was clueless about Americans needing their leaders to be tough on everything.

    The best lawyer I ever had was a woman. She didn't treat me like criminal, she simply made it clear that she wouldn't take my case unless she was sure that I was innocent. I like that type of honesty, it's something I don't expect from all the shyster lawyers that will do anything for a buck.

    My doctor is also a woman and she's the best. I feel sorry for her assistant because she is so demanding and expects everyone to perform up to her standards.
    Women are human too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    Women are human too.
    True but they are wired a little different than men so I thought women would be less willing to send their children to war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    I've never understood this thinking that all women think and react alike. As in all being al opposite ends of the political spectrum. It's like we are not considered as even being a part of the same species with the same variations as males, but more like some imaginary robotic figment on some kind of pedestal.

    And I see much of this same type of lazy thinking coming from women too.
    I have a go at the missus regularly for the Thatcher vote, despite the fact that she has never voted Tory. Obviously I'm a bastard

    We can spend too much time looking average rates. But we do get interesting patterns (sometimes). Statistically significant differences in voting behaviour have been important.

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    True but they are wired a little different than men so I thought women would be less willing to send their children to war.
    Most politicians no matter what sex send other people's children to war, thereby increasing their own child's chance of success. Less competition and all that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    Most politicians no matter what sex send other people's children to war, thereby increasing their own child's chance of success. Less competition and all that.
    I can not argue with the facts so let's stop pretending that women have the biology to nurture the survival of the species.

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    Trump is a New Yorker who loves Alex Jones so will he be able to resist the temptation to be the 911 truther that he is? Both Alex Jones and Trump are crazy but they are right about the MSM refusal to cover the fact of the WTC being a controlled demolition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ęthelfrith View Post
    The female vote gave us Thatcher! They're still saying sorry, with a significant shift leftwards since.
    It wasn't just women - the most surprising of men voted for her too, I even knew a communist who did - But Tony Benn and co did for the Labour Party and they had got rid of Jeremy Thorpe ( who had a god chance of winning) ------------- I never understood it - to this day I don't understand it but people saw no real choice and she seemed safe to them - I despaired of my own people from that day forth.. well until 'Brexit' -
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    Is anyone watching the bullcrap on the Discovery channel? There needs to be a law requiring this crap to be labeled as fiction or propaganda.

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    well worth the 45 minutes

    if you want solutions to the mess we are in. A good discussion all the way to the end = the chickenshit club of democrats afraid to lose so they never fight for what is right. Compare this to the crap you are fed by MSM.

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    Cenk Uygur (The Young Turks) interviews Larry Lessig, law professor and founder of Equal Citizens.


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