It’s about time some politicians grew a backbone.
August 5, 2011
Politicians tweaking the nose of radical feminism
By Carey Roberts
Two weeks ago Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic National Committee chair, met her match in one Rep. Allen West. It seems that Wasserman Schultz waited until West left the House floor, then cut loose with a liberal jeremiad for the congressman’s support of the GOP-supported Cut, Cap, and Balance Act.
Apprised of the incident, the former Lieutenant Colonel fired back, calling her “the most vile, unprofessional, and despicable member of the House of Representatives…If you have something to say to me, stop being a coward and say it to my face.”
It wasn’t the first time the libber-turned-congresswoman saw her grandstanding tactics backfire….(Full Story)
I don’t think that there are as many Canadian instances of radical feminism getting its come-uppance as illustrated in the long list Carey Robert describes in the article for the United States, but the political system does have a bit more freedom and democracy in the U.S.
In Canada, feminism was imposed by the government. It did not grow from the grass roots as it did in most other nations, but consider that much of feminism was imported ready-made into Canada. Perhaps, just maybe, it is possible to import the liberation from radical feminism to Canada as well.
Carey Roberts column
Carey Roberts is an analyst and commentator on political correctness. His best-known work was an exposé on Marxism and radical feminism.
Carey Roberts’ best-known work, his exposé on Marxism and radical feminism, is not necessarily easy to find, but this link will help with that. (Some of the URLs for the article series appear to keep changing. For that reason the identified link leads to an Internet search for the series. The first or second link in the return list will most likely lead you to the series.)