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Men’s Rights on the Political Table

Filed under: General — Rob Case @ 2:21 pm Thu 19th July 2007

I read the following voting strategy recently on an American forum (full text here):

“…you take out a target (offending legislator) in the next election by financially backing his opponent. Legislators are like sheep. Their behavior is flock-like and is governed by fear. They are virtually all in it for the status — if you can call it that — and are usually achieving more status and even income than they are worth (esp. at the state level). Ergo, they respond to negative incentives — i.e., fear of loss. That is fear of loss of their cushy, silly little job. So as I have advised before, all you need to do is cause the highly-visible de-electing of an anti-father legislator, and make it clear to all the other sheep that this is why it happened. The flock with come to you.”

Nominations anyone?

2 Responses to “Men’s Rights on the Political Table”

  1. Scrap_The_CSA says:

    Thats what Operation 2008 is about. Peter Dunne has passed the selection process as has Judith Collins.
    Regards
    Scrap

  2. Benjamin Easton says:

    Ha 🙂

    since writing this morning I cannot event write on posts that have more than I think one reply. Now that’s funny! So I’ll have to answer your last post here Rob, because I am limited. These people who would limit me do not recognise that they do not have control over me at all and it is they who need to comply to a subservience to the public interest. And there is no other choice for they have not elected to use any alternative until forced to an end! However, there are two I know of Rob who would be pleased to help you organise this site and Beatrize ( i cannot remember her last name) has begun organising this idea internationally. The other is Dave Crosby. I think he is still in Orewa and likely to read this site. He has been to a couple of protests as well and would I am fairly sure want you to contact him to see if he is keen. Email me on laos_newzealand@yahoo.co.nz if you want me to give you his email.

    BTW – by the time we get to the elections if you and everyone else keeps up at this rate, no oplitician will have any choice but to make their individual stand public: so we have a lot of talking to listen to – and in some case do ourselves! Cheers.

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