Wed Nov 21, 2012, 01:42 PM
DemocratsForProgress (501 posts)
Walter Rhett: Fighting the Wrong War
We like our victims pure. They never are. Which brings us to the latest round robin of characters whose mess is in the public square, inciting smiles, head shakes, and outrage, and returning us to the age-old debates about the relationship between women and men. Really, our ideas about relationships are telling not for the scandal unfolding, not for the overachievers at the center of the parody of power, but for how hard it is to talk when we agree.
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Walter Rhett: Fighting the Wrong War (Original post)
|Always Randy||Nov 2012||#1|
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Thu Nov 22, 2012, 08:20 AM
Always Randy (606 posts)
1. Men are at best equal to women--but infrequently
Most women I know are so savvy. If their husband thinks "I wear the pants in this family" he is so old millennium in his thinking and beliefs. Women have long let this type of man continue this line of thinking , and then continue and do exactly as they wish. Women realize that there is little sense in arguing with such a man. Let him believe that he is so macho, but the bottom line is he will be doing a lot more of her bidding than she will of his. I really think this is the way it''s supposed to be. Thank God for women---without them we are an unbearable lot. I apologize to women for blowing their cover, but encourage them to keep on keepin' on.