Male Senator from Wisconsin Is Expert On Women’s Natural Stupidity & Sneakiness

Wisconsin State Senator Glenn GrothmanWisconsin state senator Glenn Grothman is an unusually intelligent man. And we both know that men are usually intelligent.

How intelligent is he? Let me count the ways.

1. He authored a bill to label single parenthood “a contributing factor to child abuse and neglect.” 31% of children in his state live in single parent homes.

2. He blames single parenthood on “the choice of the women”.

3. He identifies the government of making the “single motherhood lifestyle” desirable. (What about single fathers? Well, they’re men, so there’s no need to criticize them.)

4. He illuminates that women actually don’t have unplanned pregnancies. They just lie and say the pregnancies were unplanned. Because they’re women. Lying’s what they do.

5. He draws the fine line that women are dumb enough not to know that it’s hard to be a single parent, but smart enough to have a country-wide conspiracy to lie about their covertly-planned unplanned pregnancies for reasons that they have as of yet not revealed. No word yet on single fathers or the baby daddies of these nefarious single mothers. Which is probably because these smart-stupid single ladies have found a way to reproduce that doesn’t even involve men, meaning that we are only a short journey away from a dystopian future of feminazi fascism and male slavery.

Why do I think I hear the infamous welfare queen lurking behind his words?


Actual Reporting on the Wisconsin Protest

Wisconsin workers fill the capitol building.

Protesters at the State Capitol building in Madison, demonstrating against Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal. Photo: Getty Images/Mark Hirsch

First, my shouts out to Tunisian, Egyptian, Libyan, Bahraini, Moroccan, and Yemeni protesters. I gotta wonder if protesters in Wisconsin haven’t found a bit of their energy and inspiration from these movements.

So many of us have noticed that the MSM has not found too much to report on in Wisconsin. I have deliberately been out looking for coverage, and it has been surprisingly thin. With the help of friends, I have these few suggestions:

From Colorlines: Thousands Protest Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Anti-Union Attack

From Twin Cities Indymedia: Labor Unrest Rocks Wisconsin

Mother Jones: What’s Happening in Wisconsin Explained

Democracy Now!: Uprising in Wisconsin: Tens of Thousands Protest Anti-Union Bill

Alternet: Governor Walker’s Own Statement Proves that His Assault on Public Employees Has Nothing to do with Wisconsin’s Budget Shortfall

Political Carnival: Tea Party plan to impersonate union protesters: “Even if it becomes known that we are plants the quotes & pictures will linger as defacto truth.”

Yes! Magazine: Signs of the Times: The Best Protest Signs in Madison

In light of the article from Political Carnival, let us consider the post on Doug Ross @ Journal: Top 15 Photos From the Wisconsin Hate Rallies You’ll Never See in Legacy Media

And one of my favorite stories from this incident yet:
Bloomberg: Excuse notes from docs at protests draw scrutiny

As faculty absences grew, districts warned that teachers who missed time without prior approval or a doctor’s note could face disciplinary action, including docked pay for the days they were out.

Enter the activist doctors!

Also, solidarity:
Egypt Supports Wisconsin