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Reader comment on item: Bad News from Slippery Rock
in response to reader comment: Disconnected from Reality

Submitted by yuval brandstetter MD (Israel), Apr 15, 2006 at 08:31

While the US armed forces are drowning in the Muslim mess Slippery rock is concerned with... .
While the president of a nuclear-to-be nation which forces the nation's women to hide behind Chadors rattles his new sabres (long-range rockets and atomic warheads) the women in the United States are concerned with the intimidation of their males, of all colors and creeds.

Women's lib has gone hyperbolic so that an American male is unwelcome in his own school, college, university or job. What do they want? That males should transfer to another planet? That American males should consider women as bitter enemies, rather than partners?

The strength of America derived from the strength of the American family. Man-hating is an excellent way to tear down America, from within. American women beware. If you do not like your men, see how you will like the Jihadis who will take their place.
In fact, this male-bashing was a a powerful incentive to my wife to say she does not feel at home in America, despite four American kids. There are countries in the world where men and women pool their resources to overcome adversity.

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