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Wednesday, February 09, 2005
Pro-female media, laws and judicial activism
One cannot watch America's Newsroom without hearing about how 27 year old Pamela Rogers Turner gave a little bit of joy to one of her 13 year old students.
But where are they when a man is getting screwed over by the system? Nowhere, that's where.
The media is always so nice to women, but we men know how fucking annoying they can be and that no woman is more of a nag than a married woman.
These carriers of t&a have willing slutted themselves out for a pretty ring and now they apparently think they have the right not to be raped by their husbands.
Take a look at Michelle Roberts' February 7 AP story about how a nice man in Arizona was convicted of raping his wife and now could spend up to 18 months in prison. What's this shit? If a man can't rape his wife, does he really own her?
Hey honey why don't you shut the hell up while I'm doing something. That's it just shut your goddamn mouth. I'm trying to raise my kids in a Christian home you stupid bitch!
I guess the good news is that the penalty would be greater if the two lovebirds hadn't been married, which shows that the great state of Arizona does have some respect, far too little, but still some for the sanctity of marriage and its holy bed that God has blessed.
Roberts (a harlot who needs to quite this job) also reports that Some feminazis want to change this as part of their continuing rebellion against God:
"The current statutes are extremely unfair and unconstitutional, and they need to be changed," said David Rozema, chief deputy in the Coconino County Attorney's Office.See these liberal traitors can't win in the legislature so they want the courts to their dirty work. This is nothing but evil judicial activism and it has to stop!