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What Men are Saying About Women: “Tunnel Envisioned Females” Re-elect “Feminist Wimp,” Plan to Take More of Men’s Money

Men! Ladies will totally steal your watch — with their votes!

Christian J. — the man behind the blog “What Men are Saying About Women plus a plethora of Issues facing Both Sexes and Society at Large” and the inventor of the MRA two-dot ellipsis – is back! And he’s none too happy about the results of the US election. Because FEMALES.

Here is his highly cogent analysis of Obama’s victory, from a post titled The Bitch “Gimme” Vote Reinstalls Feminist Wimp Back into Office.

The Bitch vote for Obama was always guaranteed as women are only ever interested in handout and what governments can do for them. This is unfortunately as sad fact of life. Women have always voted for Marxists/Socialist/Liberals as they have always promosed them more and more benefits at the expense of all men. Men just end up paying the bills as usual. Doesn’t that suck!

One has to wonder whether women actually give a damn about anything else besides themselves. Voting for someone who may at least do something about the unprecedented US debt and holding back this Marxist neurotic is apparently not one of them. …

[T]his liar in chief will mouth promises, lie about anything and still get re-elected by a bunch or hopeless and tunnel envisioned females who only consideration is how much money they will get out of it all. This is and has been their ulterior motive. Women and money as synonymous like peas in a pod. Their thinking is always restricted to today and screw the future because they will just get more money then. So it’s not  problem.

Meanwhile, suckers like you and me get screwed with ever increasing taxes while our standard of living hits the floor. Charming.

If only the vote were restricted to clear-headed men like Christian!

Damn those “tunnel envisioned females” and their obsession with “handout!”

In a followup post, Christian warns men not to be suckered by women pretending that they all aren’t evil harpies:

Just in case you are still one of those drones who believe that women are just harmless individuals who constantly suffer from something or another. They are helping themselves in the process while you take your time to wake up to the bleeding obvious.

Men! Wake up and smell the women!

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Fitzy
Fitzy
7 years ago

@khantron, @lowquacks – I was doing some reading re: the national debt and budget deficits last night, and I think Bill Clinton was the last president to oversee a tax hike. He raised the rates for the top earners and signed onto the bipartisan Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (which promised lots o’ spending cuts, most of which never occurred or were offset with new spending). If you believe some of today’s pundits, raising taxes on top earners is supposed to kill any and all economic growth in its tracks. Yet somehow the dot-com boom happened under these onerous conditions.

George H.W. Bush raised taxes and cut spending, too. He had, too, since by 1990 he had an economy in recession, falling revenues, and a whole bunch of mandatory spending from both traditional commitments and newer ones left over from the Reagan era. Then he got crucified for the tax increase in the ’92 election. Nothing like rewarding fiscal responsibility.

Fitzy
Fitzy
7 years ago

*He had, too * = *He had to*

Maybe the grammar and spelling from the OP are contagious.

Falconer
7 years ago

@Khantron: Reagan promised he wouldn’t raise taxes, and then he did. I don’t know about Bush I. Clinton raised taxes amid tons of whining from the right that it would sink our economy, and we grew a budget surplus by the end of 2000 that was projected to last for years.

Bush II came in and cut taxes across the board and spent the surplus on giving The People Their Money Back (I got $300, how about you?). Those tax cuts were set to expire January 1, 2011, but the housing bubble burst and we entered the recession, so Obama agreed to extend the tax cuts for 2 years, and promised he wouldn’t do it again.

So January 1, 2013, the Bush tax cuts are set to expire, and I think tax rates are going to go up 3% across the board (I’m not good with numbers), so there’s that, but that’s just returning to the tax rate under Clinton. Fox News spun it as “THE BIGGEST TAX INCREASE IN HISTORY” but that was because it was the biggest tax cut in history and it was set to expire.

There’s also the fact that the right set up a 40% cut in defense spending to take place early next year. That’s unusual, I hear you say. Why would a party so adamantly insistent that we need to spend everything on our military set up a 40% defense spending cut? And the answer is simple. If that happens all at once, we’re in trouble, and the right set it up like that so they could fearmonger, hold our economy hostage again, and blame it all on Obama — “Why is Obama not taking any steps to fix this? He totally could, though! Is it because he hates America?”

But Congress could totally fix that by making the defense cuts gradual, retroactively.

Apropos of nothing, does anyone know why sometimes people on the right spell Obama with an apostrophe, like he’s a Celt? I see “O’Bama” or “O’bama” sometimes.

tcwill00
tcwill00
7 years ago

Ninjas are deadly and silent.

Fitzy
Fitzy
7 years ago

Apropos of nothing, does anyone know why sometimes people on the right spell Obama with an apostrophe, like he’s a Celt? I see “O’Bama” or “O’bama” sometimes.

I see that too, Falconer. I think it’s an attempt to once again point out that HE IS NOT LIKE US by giving his name a “foreign” spelling (like Dinesh D’Souza…).

Incidentally, Obama does have some Irish heritage. 🙂
http://blogs.reuters.com/talesfromthetrail/2012/03/20/no-doubts-as-to-obamas-irish-ancestry-now/

pecunium
7 years ago

Bush I Before that, Reagan. The latter was much more regressive, because he raised “payroll” taxes, not income taxes. Reagan also engaged in the practice Romney was talking about. He did a “revenue neutral” adjustment of the tax code; which means if the upper rates go down, the lower rates go up, which shifts the burden to the lower quintiles.

Because Reagan was all for the working class.

pecunium
7 years ago

drst: 20 years ago the Republican party would’ve been as “Bwuh?” about that position as I am now.

I wish I could say the same. The Clinton attempt to do something about healthcare was 20 years ago. The “fiscal conservatives” were against Social Security. They were against Medicare.

This, “they are poor, so they don’t deserve any good thing” is an old strain of the culture.

Regan got his start in national politics doing records of talking points against Medicare; they were meant for, “doctors’ wives” who would invite non-doctors’ wives over for the afternoon, and propagandise them, in the hope they would tell their husbands about how the Democrats were going to steal their healthcare.

pecunium
7 years ago

And now I’m off to march in a Veteran’s Day Parade.

Fitzy
Fitzy
7 years ago

Oh, I didn’t even know about all of those sneaky Reagan fiscal shenanigans. That’s something that my right-leaning business professors never mentioned while they were swooning over supply-side theory and Reaganomics. I need to further my education.

2-D Man
2-D Man
7 years ago

You had business professors who didn’t see the giant, gaping arsehole in supply-side theory?

Then again, I had philosophy professor who didn’t see the problem with strawmanning Milton Friedman and defending it with appeals to ignorance, so I guess I’ve encountered that kind of nonsense before.

Fitzy
Fitzy
7 years ago

@2-D Man – I had a few upper-level economics professors who seemed pained that they had to give any time to Keynesian theory at all. Every time I hear somebody start railing about how universities are crammed with ivory-tower intellectuals who do nothing but brainwash impressionable youth with Marxist dogma, I think back to my own higher education and chuckle.

thebionicmommy
thebionicmommy
7 years ago

All these CEO’s and millionaires complaining about the possible expiration of the Bush tax cuts need to stop being such whiners and pull themselves up by their own BOOTSTRAPS. That’s the advice they give everyone else when we speak out about our schools being underfunded, not having access to the healthcare we need, and worrying about the rising cost of food. And we’re the selfish ones?. Those millionaires are shooting themselves in the foot, too, because a more progressive tax code stimulates the economy and helps them make better profits. They’d rather have less money for themselves as long as they can watch everyone else suffer. It’s unbelievable.

whataboutthemoonz
7 years ago

I’m so sick of being labeled as selfish by people who are projecting enough to run an outdoor theater in 3fuckingD. *HULKSMASH*

*slow clap*

Rahu
Rahu
7 years ago

I was just checking on what “60 Minutes” is showing tonight, and one of the topics is on the fact that there are millions of jobs open where the employers can’t find workers skilled enough. I’m wondering what kind of skills are needed (chemical engineering, fluency in Farsi…?) and watch the trailer. The main thing that they’re looking for? Someone who can write a sentence in English without serious spelling and grammar errors. THAT’S the “skill” that is lacking.

I think I’ve solved the MRA problem of why they can’t get jobs – and i’s dont think its cuz us wimmins r taking they’re jobz.

reymohammed
reymohammed
7 years ago

Cloudiah, I followed your link to the Petraeus article on Spearhead, and now I think I will clear my aura by changing the catpan.

RubyHypatia
RubyHypatia
7 years ago

These idiots want to ignore the fact that so many women and children have been dependent on the government because of male irresponsibility.

hellkell
hellkell
7 years ago

Ruby, you mean those women weren’t hypergamous? Huh.

AndersH
7 years ago

Rahu, after reading plenty of forum posts by people looking for jobs who are more than able to string sentences together, I am starting to think that this is more about the companies’ bullshit catching up with them. In other words, with the unreasonable requirements for positions (2 years work experience with exactly this job for an entry level position), low compensation, software that filters out resumes that hit the right key-words, and sorting out people who aren’t currently employed, all that’s left in their pile are the liars and the kooks.

Rahu
Rahu
7 years ago

AndersH – You’re very right. I agree. And to be clear, I was by no means trying to insult anyone who is currently unemployed. I was just making a point that the typical MRA’s usage of, well, “unique” spelling and grammar probably isn’t helping them much in the job search, and might be a contributing factor in addition to us horrible females.

MollyRen (@MollyRen)
7 years ago

“one of the topics is on the fact that there are millions of jobs open where the employers can’t find workers skilled enough”

How is this even true in a recession?

Why aren’t English majors sought after if it is true?

Is 60 Minutes smoking something?

WordSpinner
WordSpinner
7 years ago

About the jobs…
I’d heard something like that previously. The catch was the employers weren’t offering the prevailing wage, and a lot of people weren’t willing to take a job with those requirements at that pay. The free market at its finest, and the business owners were pissed.

Again, I think it comes from the same mentality where employers think that jobs are gifts to their employees and not a necessary part of the functioning of the business and of the economy as a whole.

drst
drst
7 years ago

@pecunium – yeah I tend to think anything that happened when I was a kid was “20 years ago” and keep forgetting “Nope, that was 40 years ago!” *sails further down the River DeNial*

WeeBoy
WeeBoy
7 years ago

I know here that some employers, especially those who run orchards and fruit yards, can’t find workers who will work hard physical jobs and actually show up two days in a row and don’t destroy more fruit than they pick. So they import workers from Tonga and the Cook Islands. And then racist arseholes complain about brown people ‘stealing their jobs’ and daring to congregate in groups in town centres and speak a language that isn’t english.

Melody
7 years ago

I was just checking on what “60 Minutes” is showing tonight, and one of the topics is on the fact that there are millions of jobs open where the employers can’t find workers skilled enough. I’m wondering what kind of skills are needed (chemical engineering, fluency in Farsi…?) and watch the trailer.

A lot of jobs also want 5+ years of experience and want you to be fluent in their software.

It feels impossible. I have a job, but it is only part-time.

I’ve been looking for a new job, but can’t seem to get one. It is frustrating because they have ridiculous standards. And these jobs require a lot of education, but desire only to pay 10 an hour for the work.

(Did the blockquote work?)

n other words, with the unreasonable requirements for positions (2 years work experience with exactly this job for an entry level position), low compensation, software that filters out resumes that hit the right key-words, and sorting out people who aren’t currently employed, all that’s left in their pile are the liars and the kooks.

Exactly! The resume software makes them miss out on applications that are a better fit just because they don’t have the right words.

I’d heard something like that previously. The catch was the employers weren’t offering the prevailing wage, and a lot of people weren’t willing to take a job with those requirements at that pay. The free market at its finest, and the business owners were pissed.

I hope the freemarket forces them to increase their salaries. Things are getting ridiculous. And the abuses of the internship system are getting crazy.

Melody
7 years ago

Total fail on blockquote.

Sorry.

2-D Man
2-D Man
7 years ago

In other words, with the unreasonable requirements for positions (2 years work experience with exactly this job for an entry level position), low compensation, software that filters out resumes that hit the right key-words, and sorting out people who aren’t currently employed, all that’s left in their pile are the liars and the kooks.

This is the problem I seem to have been having (although it *looks* like I’ve found a job). I swear the number of engineering jobs looking for 10 years exp. to the number of jobs looking for 5 is about 10:1 and the 5-year to 0-year ratio is about the same. I know a bunch of people with engineering degrees who are working as lab techs or even dishwashers because of this, and it’s going to cause major problems five years from now.
I even ran across one job through my social network. The team leader decided to interview me, then he passed along a recommendation to the HR department, who then refused to hire me. Thing is, I saw on the company website the very job I interviewed for: they were demanding someone with 10 years experience. It was a six-month contract position, with the potential for a full-time position.

2-D Man
2-D Man
7 years ago

No worries, Melody. Just to be clear, “blockquote” opens a quote, “/blockquote” closes it. Computers are finicky about the slash.

whataboutthemoonz
7 years ago

I was just making a point that the typical MRA’s usage of, well, “unique” spelling and grammar probably isn’t helping them much in the job search, and might be a contributing factor in addition to us horrible females.

I don’t know about you, but my uterus is single fallopian tubèdly preventing every MRA ever from getting a job.

Between this and my vagina sinking Atlantis, I’m amazed I don’t have a fan(hate)club yet.

Melody
7 years ago

No worries, Melody. Just to be clear, “blockquote” opens a quote, “/blockquote” closes it. Computers are finicky about the slash.

Hopefully that one works??? And thanks.

emilygoddess
7 years ago

“OMG, how dare women vote in their own interest! They should vote in my interest instead!”

Melody
7 years ago

“OMG, how dare women vote in their own interest! They should vote in my interest instead!”

This seems to be the medias thoughts too. Since we are drifting away from a “traditional america”.

I don’t see why people romanticize the past. The pew says that in 2011 11% of people disapproved of interracial marriages. Yes, let us go back to a traditional america where interracial marriages are more frowned on. Let us go back to a time where no states allowed gay marriage. There are tons of examples that show why we shouldn’t want to be like we were in the past.

I don’t want to go back. I don’t like the implication that a traditional america is a white america. America is a melting pot. I wish America lived up to its own ideals better. America where you aren’t persecuted based on your religion. I live in a world where parents would disapprove of their child marrying me based on my “religion”. In a world where I represent one of the least trusted groups based on my “religion”. However, no matter what I say I’d rather not go back because back isn’t better.

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help
The Kittehs' Unpaid Help
7 years ago

Apropos of nothing, does anyone know why sometimes people on the right spell Obama with an apostrophe, like he’s a Celt? I see “O’Bama” or “O’bama” sometimes.

Interesting that they do that. The only time I’ve seen it was on Obama’s visit to Ireland: a pub he visited temporarily (or maybe permanently, I forget) renamed itself The O’Bama as a jokey tribute, and the President said something in a speech about the apostrophe being how his Irish ancestors spelt it – some sort of joke like that, anyway. Maybe the right-wingers with their humour bypasses jumped on it as if they thought he was being serious?

Falconer
7 years ago

Maybe, like when Steele calls CassandraSays “Says” or Kirbywarp “Warp,” they think that by calling the President or whomever what THEY want to call hir, they can exert control over the person whose name they’re mangling (the assholes).

See also “Democrat Party.”