Re: Reply to Nicolle
Sun, 15 Sep 1996 19:40:23 -0500

In article <51hoch$>, (Dee
Dege) wrote:

> The only fact worth mentioning is that women have become independent,
> able to support themselves (albiet at lower salaries than men), and they
> therefore have choices and can choose to live independently. And, isn't
> that what these posts are actually about? When women can choose
> independence rather than putting up with the stinginess, cruelty, or
> whatever, of sometimes less-than-desirable spouses, then the men get
> whiney and start blaming the women for their own problems.
> --

Dear Dee D.:

Boy, are you ever living in a fool's paradise. Haven't you been
paying attention to what the Economists on the business news
have been saying. Real wages are dropping with no end in sight.
Just how independent are you going to be when your [real] wage is
equalized to Bangladeshi wages of $.21 per hour. If a woman
choices a "less-than-desirable" spouse its because of her own
lack of discriminating perception. Look, I've been trying hard
to focus my blame on government enforced equality for the
social ills that the U.S. has been suffering. Now, its time
to blame the likes of rabid feminists especially you and Silke.

Tell me something, woman supremacist, why is it that women have
a real problem reporting to other women at work?


If anyone would like a free email copy of the multipart
treatise on the downward wage equalizing effects of
equal employment opportunity, send a brief request to:

This treatise is chock-full of ideas for papers in
the areas of economics, political science, sociology,
psychology, management, law, etc.

Hurry while the penet remailer is still forwarding email
to the "na" form of addresses!

"Government enforced wage equalization will work only in the
downward direction" - despite any initial appearance to the
contrary! And believe it or not, the least preferred job
candidate doesn't even have to be awarded a job for many
phenomena to take place!