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Cowtowing to the World..
Looks like we have to face another week of "International Women's Day" again. Another endless, sickening, self serving ego trip that wallows in so much self congratulation as to make even their own sex sick. But it is the way it is. Endless self congratulatory, self praising, delusional hype is what they apparently thrive on while the rest stand in awe at the level of this sickening example of self servitude..

For those of you who have wondered why there are a lack of females in parliament, here is the sole reason. They don't need to have any in reality, as male politicians cater to their every whim, the female voter is sacrosanct, whether they need it or not, it's theirs. Here is just another demonstration of political parties chasing the "vagina" vote by once again throwing more money at them. In most cases they do not even need to ask anymore, as they line up with their gonads in their hands and cowtow(sic) to their wishes like the good little mangina boys they are. Mother would be proud..

What do women think of this obvious appeal to vanity and greed, you may well ask?..

rosie

March 3rd, 2012 6:17pm 
It is time someone explained to women that they and their daughters are worse off than their mothers and grandmothers because feminists insisted on doubling the workforce, and mass immigrationists exacerbated the problem by importing another ten to fifteen million workers and consumers of the welfare state - we don't even know the numbers, do we?
Fey Weldon was honest enough to say the first thing to Melvyn Bragg on his class and culture show, but the PM needs to spell it out and then do something about it - and about the other thing.
 Good to see that the topic has headed in the right direction as feminists are finally being seen to be the societal wreckers they have always been..

Saturday, 3rd March 2012

Cameron’s pitch to women voters

James Forsyth 5:48pm
David Cameron’s speech today is another reminder of how concerned the Tories are about losing their traditional advantage among female voters. The message that the Tories are cutting so that the country is passed on in a better state to the next generation is a direct response to the fact that the party’s polling has found mothers to be deeply concerned that their children will not have as good a quality of life as they have had.
At the away day for Tory MPs last week, Andrew Cooper — the PM’s chief political strategist — said that talking about deficit reduction in these terms was crucial to winning over female swing voters. Indeed, when I asked one Downing Street source about the timing of today’s speech, it was instantly pointed out to me that next week is International Women’s Week and that Cameron will be doing something to mark International Women’s Day on Thursday.
It is easy to mock the politics behind today’s speech. But it does make an important point. There is nothing compassionate or progressive in simply kicking the can down the road. The problems of the deficit and out-dated public services need to be dealt with. To simply try and adopt a sticking plaster solution would be an abdication of responsibility. Indeed, the real question about this government is not whether it is cutting too much but whether it is doing enough to make this country truly competitive in the global economy of the 21st century.