Posted On: Friday - March 30th 2018 8:02PM MST
In Topics:   US Police State  Pundits  Liberty/Libertarianism  Healthcare Stupidity  Female Stupidity
Yesterday's post on the pundit Michelle Malkin's article about government-supported coercion of dental patients brings up a larger point. She writes about a specific case of a family being ratted out for wanting to do their own thinking on whether, where, and when, to bring their kids to the dentist. She also does relate this case to others and not just in the dentistry field, in which Big-Gov, at various levels, is up in our business just due to the fact that socialized medicine has let them.
That's all fine, and it's important writing by Mrs. Malkin. We don't intend to make our larger point solely at the expense of our number 2 pundit, but this is about women and women-run societies in general. She's a woman. No, the Peak Stupidity blog has not brought up the "matriarchy" before, but the reader must be well aware of how much of the institutions in America are, if not women-run, heavily influenced. The women's "franchise", "suffrage", or right to vote has been a 100-year-long experiment for which the results are in - survey says: big, stupid failure! I will not bring up this as the bogeywoman behind all the destruction of this country by any means. Looking back, the FED, the income tax and all that financial stupidity were creations of men when only men voted. Still, this women's vote has been a really bad piece of stupidity, and is bearing it's fruit nowadays.
"How is this related to the "Healthcare Stasi" department of the US Police State and Michelle Malkin, for that matter?", the reader may rightly ask. Though I may be just speculating in regard to this pundit and the column in question, it can be used as an example of how the general way of thinking is different between men and woman. The families being brought up, and their difficulties with the heavy hand of government are a human interest story. The women want to see only the human side of everything, and not the principles, legal framework, or the basic system of governance that are the real root causes. Sure, Mrs. Malkin may be against the specific laws that allow the
However, does Mrs. Malkin or do almost any women write about, support, or vote for real bedrock Libertarian principles? I just don't notice many at all. Women tend to vote for BIG STATE more than men. They look at the small and medium picture, as do many men too, but it seems ONLY men can see the big picture and found and operate a society with real justice and rule-of-law. "Oh, have some compassion!" you hear from the women and womenized crowd. "Justice tempered with mercy" is a phrase you read, but you can't have real justice if mercy is given willy-nilly due to our feeeeelings.
This Police State we live under was created because not enough Americans have voted for and supported liberty over the years. The smaller parts, such as the tyranny of CPS, and the Educational Stupidity may be a problem for many women because that is where they "live", but these institutions are almost all full of women. None of them look at the bigger picture and would ever think of invoking the golden rule for once in their lives in addition to imagining unintended consequences. "What would happen if my dear kids got into this situation?" "Hmmm, could this policy end up being misused by those in power?" Nope, they don't do the kind of thinking the Founding Fathers of America did.
We just can't continue to have women running this place. It was bad enough with men in charge, as not enough of them were bright enough to fight the statists and the internal Commie invasion. With women that don't even think of basic principles, this shit-show won't last. That's our axiom here at Peak Stupidity - all of this stuff will end with the coming crash due to the Financial Stupidity and things get REAL. Women will be women and men will be men again at that time. Before then, we can only laugh at this stuff, hopefully from afar.
Lastly, I will repeat that this is no screed against Michelle Malkin, after having praised her just yesterday. It's just thoughts that came up upon reading her description of the problem without even one paragraph knocking Socialist, excuse me, "Single-Payer" medicine. In support of our opinion against the woman's vote, however, I will present as Exhibit A, our number 1 pundit, Miss Ann Coulter. She agrees with Peak Stupidity, though her reasoning is thus:
"I think [women] should be armed but should not vote. No, they all have to give up their vote, not just, you know, the lady clapping and me. The problem with women voting -- and your Communists will back me up on this -- is that, you know, women have no capacity to understand how money is earned. They have a lot of ideas on how to spend it. And when they take these polls, it's always more money on education, more money on child care, more money on day care.""We" are just more deeply in LUV every day. If just a few more women thought like Miss Coulter, we'd be rid of the expression "f___ing her brains out" in a jiffy.