Weirdo fundie column of the day

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For your Tuesday entertainment. This comes from a guy named Vox Day, who

uses the occasion of Mother's Day to tell us how women belong in the home raising children, and not out doing pointless things like curing cancer or running businesses.

Money quote No. 1: "We don't need female doctors. We don't need female scientists. We don't need female entrepreneurs. We don't need female producers of PowerPoint presentations. And we really don't need female politicians."

Take that, Hillary!

Money quote No. 2: "Every time a woman says 'I do,' every time a wife turns to her husband and says 'let's have another baby,' every time a mother hugs her child and says 'how would you like me to be your teacher?' she is striking a powerful blow in defense of her faith, her family, her church and God."

If she goes to college, I suppose she's striking a powerful blow for Satan, or something. I guess I should get on my girlfriend about that.

Stupid women, thinking they have minds of their own.

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