The Reppie misogynist romp continues.
First we have dssteelman1 whose misogyny appears to be economic-based. (Since we are not Mrs. desteelman1, we can't say for sure, though). Our amateur eugenicist wants to "spay and neuter" welfare moms after 1 year on the books--or is it 2 weeks? Whatever... their wombs belongs to him.
Strickland Proposes 2 Billion in Cuts to Social Services
No lam you didnt ask me how to solve the problem . I was just pointing out what I wouldnt mind seeing rather thatn others living off of me.
Spay and neuter the people on welfare for more than a year. If youre on welfare for 2 weeks and have a kid, youre done having kids. You want me to pay for you then I get to say what you can and cant do. If I dont have money I sure dont have MORE kids .
I dont really think welfare moms are having abortions, to much money to be made from that little cash cow in there .
Exactly where does it state I have to feed people to darn lazy to work??
Then there's Braxton, returned from well-deserved obscurity. Braxton hates women on general principle. According to him, his wife left him with three kids to trip the light fantastic solo. If Braxton's comments here are anything like their marriage, we congratulate the former Mrs. B for her prudent career move.
Braxton's latest diatribe started when he innocently posted a defense of bad manners at the McKinley High School graduation, as described by Davida Carter-Burns' letter to the editor. Carter-Burns complained about the loud, obnoxious behavior of adults--presumably parents and relatives of graduating seniors-- during the ceremony: seat crawling, walking on the main floor, cellphone chit-chatting, shouting, and other uncouth activities, aided and abetted by a lousy sound system. Pleas from the announcer to shut up and sit down went unheeded by the party-heartys. Having attended some of these "celebrations, myself, we feel Ms. Carter-Burns pain.
While many posters recounted their bad experience at the McKinley graduation and other public events, or at least commiserated, Braxton celebrated it with, among other things, an "interesting" use of the word "kahunnas."
Letter: Many in Audience at McKinley Graduation Acted Badly.
Graduation is a time for celebration. I say stand up an yell, dance in the aisles if you so choose. People these days are to worried about what their neighbors might say about them to really enjoy the moment. Enjoy the moment, and to heck with what the stiff upper collars might say. After all, they're just jealous that they don't have the kahunnas to truly support the ones they love.
Braxton was appropriately dumped on for promoting uncivil behavior in public space. One dumper, "speakmymind," made the mistake of identifying herself as a "single mother of three" triggering Braxton's personal issue bomb.