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Because women are not autonomous beings capable of using their own judgment to choose a candidate on any basis other than gender.

Because women routinely make their voting decisions based entirely on spite, or vengeance, or some other emotion.

Because a woman’s vote is never an actual vote for or against anything, but always just a reaction to what the real (read: men) voters think. (See? You were right, hon. Everything IS always about you!)

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  1. lawpoet says:

    As an antidote to the current inanities about women in politics, check out the new book about Bella Abzug, an oral history edited by Mary Thom and Suzanne Levine. For a recent review, see the Nation website:

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