posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 05:28 PM
reply to post by Aeons
De poor wussy boy is oppressed by being an adult and not being able to compete with women with legal protections.
I know you're just trying to be cute here, but nonetheless, let's examine your comment with a critical eye, shall we? Firstly, you seem to be okay
with beginning your response with an attack (wussy, etc.) clearly intended to appeal to one's sense of "manhood." Clever, I'll grant you. This
approach is actually quite effective, though only on the emotional level, and many men DO accept the twisted logic of, "be a man," while at the same
time being fed the line that women are EQUAL, in every way, except when they decide otherwise.
Now here's the part I find particularly offensive and an insult to all thinking people: "oppressed by being an adult and not being able to compete
with women with legal protections." WOW. Just let that sink in a moment.....Okay.
Are women not adults? There seems to be a different standard for what constitutes adulthood here. Is it not adult to take responsibility for YOUR OWN
BODY? Is it really "adult" to pretend that your rights and responsibilities are unrelated? That someone else be forced to accept responsibility
for YOUR OWN CHOICE? This is clearly the childish position.
Are men exempt from the equal protection clause of the Constitution? You seem to be implying that they are, or should be. Actually, from having
debated your untenable position before, I realize you could care less about the Constitution, fairness in law, or even common sense. Unfortunately for
you, this thread is DIRECTLY about such issues and since you come to the discussion with an obvious disregard for the founding principles of our
nation, and accept totalitarian measures when they align with your own self-interests, your views have no place in this discussion. Unless of course
you'd care to ARGUE the point being made. No....? I didn't think so....
It's funny how you attack a man's adulthood, while using the argumentative tactics of a grade-school bully. Childish.