Friday, December 14, 2007

SMH is for Single Mother Households

I've discovered a website while googling about for blog-fodder for my latest posting, Another Casualty of the Divorce Revolution, at my own blog. It's from a section of "The Christian Party." website, and it's entitled:

Children of SMHs

Children from single-mother households (SMHs), compared to children of two-parent families where the father is present, are more likely to go to prison by twenty times, to commit suicide by five times, to commit murder by eight times, to have behavioral problems by twenty times, to become rapists by fourteen times, to run away by thirty-two times, to abuse chemical substances by ten times, to drop out of high school by nine times, to be seriously abused by thirty-three times, to be fatally abused by seventy-three times, to be one tenth as likely to get A's in school, and to have a seventy-two percent lower standard of living.

Remember these stats the next time you read or hear another feminist or mangina repeat the mantra that "Fathers are not necessary to raise healthy, well adjusted children."

Not even transfers of wealth from men who earn it to women who don't, through massive social spending programs like welfare, AFDC, HUD, food stamps, WIC, CAPTA, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Department of Education,"child support", family law courts, the ten fold increase in prison spending, and $1.5 trillion in federal taxation, was able to reduce the social pathology surrounding SMHs by even a tenth of a percent. In fact, as welfare spending skyrocketed under The Great Society, poverty increased from eleven to fifteen percent, a failure of colossal proportions but one which is indicative of all the other federal failures. None of this was necessary before SMHs increased in number so greatly, and none of it will be necessary after they are outlawed.

Feminists lie about the cause of this social pathology then blame it on poverty.

Remember this too, the next time you hear some partisan-hack, socialist-feminist sympathizing politician (most likely a Democrat...but there are plenty of Republicans who support the same platform) talk about their endless schemes to raise taxes to "help the poor."

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