Here¹s Why Only Married Women Should Be Allowed to Vote in the US
As a rule, women tend to be more emotional. When you are voting, it is best
to vote for politicians who support referendums that are in the best
interest of all. That means you don¹t focus on gender or race. If policies
are created that neglect one gender or race, it will eventually negatively
affect the entire population. Simply look at today¹s social dilemma.
Currently, 51% of the workforce is made up of women. As a result of that
decision, millions of men have been displaced and unemployed. Since women
don¹t like to marry unemployed men, there is less marriage and more single
mother households. Single mother households are breeding grounds for future
criminals, substance and alcohol abusers and child victims of suicide. This
is a short-list of problems that follow single parent households.
With that said, what appeared to be beneficial to women has been detrimental
to society. What¹s worse is women do not appear to be aware of this fact.
Or they simply don¹t care. At this point, it would seem that many women
made decisions based on emotions. Emotions may be insufficient to make
policies to support a thriving nation. Perhaps it is time to go back to the
sociopolitical structure of ancient Greece. Maybe their social structures
were a warning. And we ignored it.
Join us for this thought provoking and politically incorrect conversation.
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