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    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
    Temerity-1, a class-A felony.
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    Yesterday, 08:40 PM
    $5 Trillion military budget... 5 years? What planet am I on?
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    Yesterday, 10:01 AM
    Malcolm X was on the money. King was the lowest scum imaginable. His words about integration being the method and not the goal are brilliant. His position of killing the tyrant was basically correct, if flawed in terms of the precise tactics and full recognition of who the real enemy was. But to be fair, neither he nor the white people he once hated with such venom recognized the true enemies, save for a small handful. Testament to his integrity is found in his quoting of Patrick Henry. Today's imbecile black "leaders" (as well as those of most other groups) are so hopelessly locked into their simplistic ideology that says all white people are the enemy, they would never in a million years quote a white man's truthful and inspiring words. Heaven forbid. But X was intellectually honest and that alone recommends him as the icon to which people should look to as representative of the good man, the intelligent man, the free man. King was a loathsome animal of the lowest order and it is a shame that black people were so stupid in such gross numbers that they flocked to him. Further indication of his rotten fabric, aside from the subtle stupidities that he peddled to people equal to them, is made apparent in the people with whom he surrounded himself. Stanley Levison, a filthy communist and hater of proper human freedom. Jessie Jackson, whose personal corruption of which I got a firsthand eyeful as he stood on stage in the auditorium at Manhattan Center For Science And Mathematics, my first year as a teacher in Spanish Harlem, telling lies that left me thinking that I had to be dreaming. Go down the list and you will find not a decent man in the pack of rabid subhuman scum who directed King - what to say, when to say it, how to say it, and so on like a little boy being schooled in how to be an obedient little lap dog. And here black people have a right and proper personage to whom to look as a model for their own behavior and what do they do? They conveniently ignore him. Why? Because that for which he stood - true human freedom including the assumption of the costs of having it - is simply beyond the will of the average black man in America. Note "average", which is to say the mean. So before anyone gets their undies all in a knot as they train their accusations of "raycis" in preparation to hurl them at me, let us be clear that I am speaking statistically and that the statistical reality backs me up 100%.
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    01-18-2017, 07:51 PM
    OK, wifey was WAY better today. The change from yesterday was almost not believable. She is up, going to the bathroom on her own, can sit straight, and may come home tomorrow. Surgeon says some of the flesh looks questionable for viability, but that it appears marginally better today than yesterday. He did say that a procedure to excise the any dying flesh would be extremely minimal as the area is very small. Still, I cannot say I cared for the news, but it is better the way he told it than how Bibi related it to me when I showed up today. It did, in fact, really fuck things up in my head for a while. I can deal with anything other than the suffering of people for whom I care. I must once again thank everyone for the good wishes and prayers. It is my hope that this is it for her. She's been through too much already. Time for better days.
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    01-18-2017, 07:39 PM
    Some things bear repetition. To those ready to suck Trump's dick: chill out. To those ready to declare Trump the devil: chill out. Trump is a human being, just like most of us. I don't think he is a lizard-man. He is not perfect. He is not all-knowing. He will never be 100% of what anyone would want in a president. Not even Ron Paul meets that bar. We are lost these 228 years in ever growing measure with the assault upon our sacred claims especially egregious as of 1860, redoubled again in 1913, again in 1932, 2001, and at least once more in 2008 with the installation of the traitorous tyrant Obama. We live under the product of 228 years of concerted, intergenerational conspiring to remove that which was promised in the BoR as the guaranty and protection of those claims born to us as men. This is not going to be remedied in any large measure in 4 or 8 years. Therefore, we have to be as Theye have been - patient, methodical, and willing to take our victories where we find them, such as they may be. It is by this method of incremental gain that ultimate achievement stands to be won.
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    01-18-2017, 04:45 PM
    This raises the question of a very serious and fundamental problem: our legal system is hosed in a most impossible way. In what way, you ask? We lack the basics of proper LAW. We have an abundance of LEGAL elements well established, yet next to nothing for law. An example of this can be taken directly from Black's (hideously wrong) Dictionary. Take, for instance, the definition of "crime", which states: Before we can assess the merits of this definition, we must first look at the definition of "penal law":
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    01-18-2017, 03:59 PM
    This is certainly plausible, but I'm staying on the fence until such time as the indications become a whole lot more telling, either way. Wish I could bitch-slap you into the next county for this, but alas, it is all too likely to prove the case. But I hold out some sliver of hope that things may not become this bad. I know it is foolish, but Trump surprised at least 150 million people, probably closer to double that, not only when he won the nomination, but when he won the booby prize. I still cannot rule out smoke and mirrors as the cause of this result, but if perchance it is not the case and Trump got where he did based on shrewd strategies and tactics, then I can only say that damned near anything is possible in the coming months, including a sea change in America for the better - even the MUCH better. I don't dare place any expectations there, but cling to that sliver of hope that I may be pleasantly surprised in the end. However, we have to keep in mind the currents against which he will be sailing in the even he proves the better man than that for which so many are perhaps understandably giving him credit. We've been bitten in the ass so many times since 1789... erm, perhaps 1980 anyhow, that one would have to be a complete idiot not to have serious reservations. Now here's a question: to what should be all be looking in the event the better man makes his hand felt? It could only be a beginning because no man could correct 228 years of progressively worsening tyranny in a mere four years. What would be the path moving forward? A path with milestones set should be on the agenda for those interested in liberty. Thus far it has been willy-nilly Freedom! RAH RAH RAH... and nothing more. The progressives are planners. IF you want something to happen, you have specific goals, however humble, and you work to achieve them.
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    01-18-2017, 03:40 PM
    No.
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    01-18-2017, 08:46 AM
    Not sure how to take this. I have no love of Reagan. At times he talked a good game, but didn't do much to walk it. "Smaller government... smaller government..." as government inflated to unprecedented proportions on a daily basis before our eyes. IMO, the best thing he ever did was to fire all the air traffic controllers when they went on strike. Kudos where due. Also, Trump's style is fundamentally different from that of Reagan. He addresses issues in a way that puts the hallowed Ronbo to some paleness. I will go way out on a limb here and predict that Trump will be no milquetoast president in the manner of an Obama. He will either prove really good, or very lousy, on the net. Here's to hoping for the former.
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    01-18-2017, 08:04 AM
    As far as it went, not bad. If things work out even half as good as appearances, we would be in a far better place than we are now. I will believe it when I see it. One thing he mentioned that holds great promise was the bit about regulatory agencies. They should have no policy making power, nor that to judge, enforce, or "punish", as the good judge put it. If we are to have such agencies, and I say we should not, their sole tasks should be to monitor, gather evidence, and present cases to courts for further action. This having vested them with judge prosecutor and jury powers was an error of truly epic stoogery. I would add this: any agency found to have mis-constructed a case against any party, whether corporate or individual, would have the responsible parties see the inside of the military barracks for not one minute less than ten years, hard labor. In any such case, the head of the agency is automatically sent to the barracks no matter what the circumstance. I would all this the "buck stops here doctrine". Most specifically, I would place in this immediate peril anyone or group who kept exculpatory evidence from the view of grand juries, prosecutors, etc. Anyone knowing of such evidence and not coming forward: barracks. I would put the terror of a minimum of a decade of turning large rocks into small, rain or shine, into every government official from sea to shining sea. Want to collect your cushy government salary w/bennies and pension? Fine. But you will do it without injustice to your fellow men, or you will pay with your life in a manner far less pleasant than a firing squad.
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    01-17-2017, 07:39 PM
    He SAYS he does. And he might. But what if he didn't? What would he likely say, if he didn't? I would submit that he would say precisely what he says in the video. Why? Because rightly or otherwise, in the real world being labeled "raycis" is death for someone in the position of a Ron Paul. The moment the dreaded R-word is applied, one's image starts to immediately erode. Recall the newsletter flap? Some people had Dr. Paul painted as a Grand Dragon. It was disgusting and completely false, but it worked. That was the end of any prospect for a President Ron Paul. Period. I am thinking that Dr. Paul is smarter than the average bear and not entirely devoid of a sense of the practical. There is nothing to be gained by speaking in certain ways about someone as mistakenly revered as King. The backlash would be immediate and harsh. So find something worthy of that damning faint praise and give it. King was instructed and directed by Levison, head-stooge of CPUSA. King would not have known how to wipe his own backside in that arena without the direction given. But to his credit he was an effective mouthpiece. He learned well enough how to discharge his duties to those who held his strings, but the man was a miserable fraud, even if there was truth in some of his words. They were not, alas, his words by any indication of facts just below the surface. He was naught more than a gussied-up marionette.
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    01-17-2017, 07:18 PM
    He was a low-rent mouthpiece for CPUSA. Stanley Levison or one of his butthole buddies at CPUSA wrote King's speeches because King was incapable of stringing words together in that manner. Back ca. '91, Boston University did a forensic examination of King's PhD thesis and found that he had lifted virtually everything from other works. I read the BU report and it was damning. But in the end they caved to PC pressures and declared that they would not revoke Michael King's degree because, as I recall, they said it would serve no purpose at this point, which is a bald-faced lie. Not unlike Obama, the only real talent King had lay in delivering content provided him by others. The two men are very similar in their fecklessly ham-fisted natures that lead them to become such academic failures. They were sadly inept fellows whose lives would have revolved around pushing brooms had either had any personal integrity whatsoever. But they were and are devils who took every advantage by selling their souls as catamites to the progressives/commies. I suppose I cannot blame either of them - would I have not done the same, had someone come to me whispering sweet nothings of what I might become if only I sign in blood on the line? I might have, but that does not mean that these bastards should not be exposed and seen for what they are. The only prominent black "leader" of that era who had any real integrity was Malcolm X. He seems to have seen a light and saw just where black folk actually stood, not so much at the hands of Eville(tm) white people, but mostly at their own. He was bringing his own to some awakening and for that he had to be silenced, replaced with that demonic bastard and fraud, MLK, whose persuasion has lead black folk mostly to the dead-ends they call their lives. That whole deal has been played with a cunning expertise that almost defies belief. I would also note, and I may well be wrong in what I believe to be my observation here, that some notable if not large proportion of Americans of the black persuasion seemed to have been straightening themselves out by the time 2007 rolled around. Then came Obama and it appears whatever strides were made, looking at the subpopulation statistically, have been since mostly wiped out by Obama's stirring of the feces pot, getting people all riled up. Again, I may be wrong on this point, but that is how it seemed to me over the past eight years... many people who had starting to take responsibility for themselves with the apparent intentions of striking out on their own to stake their claims appear to have been sucked right back into the vortex of indolence and the shrieking, whining entitlement mentality, as well as that of envy and hate.
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    01-17-2017, 06:37 PM
    Ron Paul handles this with some interestingly diplomatic spin. One thing though, there is NOTHING I admire(d) about MKL. He was a fraud through and through and should be reviled by all decent people. That, of course, will not be happening any time soon, if ever.
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    01-17-2017, 06:32 PM
    Next time I see my little brother, I will ask if he knows of this guy and if so what he thinks. I suspect I already know what his opinion would be. My little brother is the real deal - none realer on the planet, and few as competent.
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    01-17-2017, 04:34 PM
    The way you put it... it... it... it seems so filthy. Prithee continue. More... MORE I say!
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    01-17-2017, 04:32 PM
    Decidedly not. I doubt there will be any shooting, but am not confident enough to put myself in such a position as to get caught in a human stampede in the event something spooks the crowd. If I cannot go safely (from the LAW) armed, I have no interest in being there.
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    01-17-2017, 04:09 PM
    Grossman is wildly creepy fare. Note the sanpaku. Telling. Mark my words: we will not get out of this mire without violence, and even then...
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    01-16-2017, 11:23 PM
    These people are all deeply psychopathic.
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    01-15-2017, 08:25 PM
    If he is to be AG, what voice will he really have in an issue that is to be decided by Congress? He can jump up and down and scream until he wets himself - I see it making little difference. His role as AG will be an effective demotion in status to that of a mere instrument of implementation, rather than as partner in the architecture of statute and, occasionally, Law. What am I missing? ETA: Not to be a downer, but I hope we all realize just how screwed the so-called "liberty movement" is going to be when Ron Paul shuffles off that mortal coil. Cohesion is low as it stands. It stands to go a whole lot lower.
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    01-15-2017, 08:04 PM
    Well, Bibi looked like absolute deathly hell this morning. Her humanity was almost vanished as she lay there, looking hollow. My friends Mike and Bonnie came to see her and we then went to dinner. When they dropped me off I decided to go back upstairs before heading home. To my surprise, she was awake and the most alert I'd seen her since the surgery. Of course, the nurse came and doped her up with Dilaudid. We watched the evil television for about half and hour and she was gone to la-la land. Until that time, I was rather unsure as to whether she was going to leave the hospital other than in a plastic bag. It is not an easy thing to see someone in such misery, but I am hoping tomorrow will be better. Her eldest daughter will come from NJ in the morning. She's a really good daughter. Thanks again, everyone, for all the prayers and well-wishing. This is one of those things for which Bibi has a genuine appreciation.
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    01-15-2017, 07:55 PM
    Lets see how that ends up having worked out in just under one more week. This Logan Act nonsense is just that. But don't take my word for it. Let us examine the relevant text: Key terms highlighted. This is YASWS (Yet Another Shittily Written Statute). For one thing, proving intent is damned near impossible and inferring intent based upon action is fraught with risk to justice even in the best cases. The statute clearly states that the attempted influence must not only have been applied to officials of a state with which we are in "dispute or controvers", but that the interference must relate directly to said disputes or controversies. Has Trump done this? And even if he has, he is the incoming president. Standing upon some technicality such as his not yet having taken his oath would likely backfire on anyone attempting a swag at him with this stupid and poorly formulated jewel from the litter box of our illustrious and much esteemed Fifth Congress.
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    01-13-2017, 05:32 PM
    Thanks everyone. I left Thomas Hospital ca. 5PM and she was conked. I kept hitting her PCA button every 10 minutes so she'd get all the pain meds possible. This was the worst day, but everyone from the doc on down said tomorrow stands to be a good bit better. I cannot wait for a week to have passed. I don't suppose it speaks well of me, but this has me worn out. I just don't know how people go through this. I couldn't. Wouldn't.
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    01-13-2017, 03:09 PM
    2011 right side mastectomy for very late stage-3 cancer. Fast forward 5 years. Other side develops cysts of a very painful sort, but not cancerous. Had other side removed and the reconstruction all in one fell swoop. This was a big deal. Doc just left room... Turns out he is of a decidedly libertarian bent. Bright spot in otherwise tough day. Bibi's back to sleeping and I keep hitting her PCA every ten minutes so she keeps comfy while I am here.
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    01-13-2017, 11:05 AM
    Wifey had 11 hours of surgery yesterday including massive reconstruction. I just came in to see her about an hour ago and almost started crying at what I beheld. I cannot fathom how people go through the such ordeals. She is one of the most brutally tough human beings you will ever meet and she was gasping weakly from the pain, which means we're it me, I would be praying for death. They just dosed her with three IV opiates and she is mercifully unconscious. Two IV anti-nausea drugs are helping her allergy to opiates. If you have any extra good thoughts to send her way, her name is Bibi and methinks she sure could use them right about now. I know this will pass, but seeing her in agony is just a terrible thing. I am not strong in these ways.
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    01-12-2017, 12:53 PM
    Sure. And I wish my weenie would not measure in meters, but... As with the rest of the world, MX could choose a higher path, yet they do not. There are some very fine folks in MX. Only trouble is, they are outnumbered grossly by the brutes that revel in the vicious lower culture. Such is the world of men. It is amusing to observe the silliness of other nations such as Sweden and Norway who have cultivated this absurdly and transparently false presumption of higher evolution over the rest of the world, all as they live in accord with the lowest vision of human society: socialism. They seem to actually think the are fooling th thinking people of this world... or perhaps they actually believe their own bullshit or just do not care what the world thinks. The degenerate wretchedness of humanity assumes many forms. That of the Mexicans is rank in its artless crudity, but somewhat credit worthy for the lack of guile. The more "evolved" forms are the more dangerous, IMO, as the tyranny sports a prettier face. One gander at MX in general gives one reason to become queasy, whereas many might look to a place like Sweden and be tempted to go "Ooooooo.." I don't buy any of it. Different dust covers, same rotten tome.
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    01-12-2017, 06:08 AM
    In what ways? The only downside I see for us is a possible influx of refugees. Other than that, my only reaction is "meh..." Trump will probably put the Army on the border with kill orders. Great world. Just smell the civilization!
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    01-11-2017, 05:46 PM
    Worthless, futile efforts whose bases of action were rotten to begin with. In both cases people replaced on tyrant with another. Without an understanding of proper freedom, much less a love and desire for it, no good shall come of any rebellion. As you note, after the killing is done, what then? In every case I can immediately recall, the victors turned around and marched right back through Hell's gate. People will at times cry that they fight for freedom, but they don't even know what that means, so how can one expect anything but the same old same old? Those are the dominant truths. Don't believe me? Go look at the images from Rwanda's 100 day war. How about all them shitty old Jews being bulldozed into pits? One hundred million Chinese... 60-80 million soviets. How about the aftermath of Hiroshima - look at the worst of it and see what we are. That is the truth of mean humanity. And note that I have consistently referred to MEAN humanity - i.e., the AVERAGE. There are plenty of good people. Sadly, they are grotesquely outnumbered by the maniacal filth that befouls the planet. A few things. For one, it is nowhere near half. I would call 1% very optimistic. Do not conflate the absence of raging hot warfare on the streets of Anytown USA with goodness. The shit that goes on behind closed doors, were you to become acutely aware of it, would leave you ill. Let is not be naive. I've lived all over the USA and I've hung out in some of the shittiest places in America and I've watched people. I've observed them very closely over decades on the road as a consultant. After all, what in hell else is there to do when you live out of a suitcase for decades? I go hunting - people. I observed the real world of humans... Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Orlando, Austin, Dallas, Charleston, NYC, Jersey City, East Long Branch, Chicago, Denver, and so on. Humans live wretched existences, far from the center of their natural selves, bent to the will of standards contrived by mad men whose intentions behind their architecture are utterly irrelevant to the reality their idiocies precipitated upon the entire world.
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    01-11-2017, 04:29 PM
    Willing to stand and fight? You mean like the Freemen? Where is the fight? We should have slaughtered the tyrants going back to 1789 - shoot, back to 8000BC. Any man who attempts to violate another should be murdered with dispatch and without ceremony. Such men and, if need be, their children should be erased from the earth and all living human memory that nothing of their existences be remembered, save that their fate was that which all men who violate others risk. But no. Our forbears stood idly by, lying to themselves, probably out of rank cowardice or dull-witted ignorance. Whatever the case, it was more convenient for them to do nothing than to risk life and limb for the sake of crushing the evil that tainted their lives. But to be fair to them, many came from places with kings and other tyrants, so conditions here perhaps seemed idyllic. But we've had 228 years to observe the changes and our hindsight should be a powerful motivator for free men to rise and murder their antagonists. But there is mere silence. Therefore, we deserve the humiliations and degradations Theye heap upon us. As a matter of normative theory, you are correct. Things do not have to be this way. People could be better than they are on the average.
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    01-10-2017, 07:43 AM
    I be rich, you be po'...
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    01-09-2017, 02:56 PM
    Coming up next: man cited for not wearing a hardhat in violation of the law that says he must, just in case a 500# ACME anvil falls mysteriously from the heavens, bonking him on the head. Such injuries cost "government" trillions per day. Hardhats save dollars!
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by osan on 01-02-2017 at 08:51 AM
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"castle doctrine," which permits homeowners to use deadly force against intruders. The revised law will allow invited guests, such as babysitters, to use lethal force.
I find it amazing to consider just how hopelessly corrupt a land we are, and have been for so very long a time when I read things like this. To think not only that some people would dare usurp the authority to remove those which are the most obvious prerogatives of free men, but also that we as a people would

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Uhm, no. Not all of us. Only most of the countries involved. We few radicals and rebels do what we can to prevent it. Whether that works or not still doesn't change whether it is our fault or not.
To which I responded thusly:


The number of people out there who are putting their asses on the line is vanishingly small. My statistical assessment therefore stands. To wit...

The fact is this: we failed from the earliest days.

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by osan on 04-15-2016 at 07:22 AM
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How would you defend liberty and property in a stateless social construct? The use of private security firms is a stock answer, but let’s consider some more detail. Consider the following situations…
And it has its problems. It is a partial answer at best.


1) A band of thugs is going around robbing people, how do you defend your home from invasion?
By killing them to eliminate them from the book of immediate and potential future threats to others, including

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Jesus was a Muslim

by osan on 03-21-2016 at 01:10 AM
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As much as I'm not a fan of the Roman Church, it should be noted that the Islamic world has a far worse problem with sodomy, pedophilia and bestiality, person for person. Actually, the Jehova's Witnesses have even worse issues with members of their ministry abusing children than Rome. These cults getting a pass by so-called "rational thinkers" strikes me as a tad irrational, not to mention hypocritical.
You are not clear as to which "cults" and "rational thinkers".

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Were All Men Really Created Equal?

by osan on 02-28-2016 at 08:27 AM
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Universal suffrage is a terrible, terrible idea. Some unfortunate truths:

An 18 year old man does in fact possess the physical prowess necessary to serve as an effective soldier. He almost never, however, possesses the moral and intellectual prowess needed to serve as an informed voter.

Women vote with their hearts, not their heads. Yes there are exceptions. No that doesn't negate the argument.

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