The first was Unenforcible, which described her heart break over the loss of the Arizona she knew growing up.
"All the way to Phoenix, I was angry. Not at the sheriff, who was overworked, understaffed and underfunded, or the Border Patrol that experiences the same problems, but at these open borders idiots who live north of the 33rd parallel and have had no exposure to the reality of life on the border. Even libtards that live in the border areas have very little understanding of just what their idealism has created. "
The second wondered where we were going as a culture, when feminists crow over non-issues while real threats to the freedom and health of women were being pushed forward by backward Islamists like Australian cleric Feiz Muhammad.
"Women’s rights leaders crowed about the demise of the sexually oppressive Victorian theocracy, a ’50′s era repression defeated by the likes of the sexually liberated Madonna and her clones. We could go out naked, drunk, and alone and not be at fault for the tragedies that befell us.
I can’t say that I’m totally on board with all of that, because I believe in personal responsibility, but I’m favorably disposed toward the idea that rape is not the fault of the victim."
You know you want to go read em.
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