We Wouldn't Lose Any Sleep If You Went Back to Your Cave, Either

Abby Zimet

The gap widens. Now here's poor John Derbyshire of the National Review admitting, on Alan Colmes' radio
show, that he "doesn't realistically
nurse the hope" of women's suffrage being repealed, but gosh he sure
thinks we'd all be better off for it. Women, it seems, "lean hard to the left." They're probably just trying to get away from him.

"They want someone to nurture, they
want someone to help raise their kids, and if men aren't inclined to do
it - and in the present days, they're not much - then they'd like the
state to do it for them."

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