The Female Vote: a Terrible Idea Since 1920
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And it isn’t just female voting that’s a problem, it’s female power in general: women have much more power today than they did in 1970. They control big businesses. They often hold positions of legislative power, and they often control households as well. That’s not a good thing. White men built Western culture and only White men can manage it properly. One big consequence of more female power is the incredible growth of the federal government. Women, like liberals, are big believers in federal power. Furthermore, the female voting bloc is the biggest in America: 54% of votes in elections come from females. It’s no wonder Obama and Bill Clinton were each elected twice .
 read the 1989 (paperback version 1992) book “Brain Sex,” which shows how women’s brains are “wired” in such a way that they use lots of emotions in decision-making, whereas men don’t