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"It has long galled feminists that the federal Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals -- which serves seven states, including Minnesota -- is composed of 10 men and only one woman...." ................. Which, of course, merely illustrates the illogic that is so often a part of the "feminist" movement. There is a reason why the statue of Lady Justice is portrayed blindfolded, after all.
Re: "Which, of course, merely illustrates the illogic that is so often a part of the 'feminist' movement." What's illogical about protesting being completely shut out of the Presidency and being underrepresented in Congress and the Judiciary? Was it illogical to advocate for suffrage, too?
"It has long galled feminists that the federal Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals -- which serves seven states, including Minnesota -- is composed of 10 men and only one woman."--------It only galls "feminists"? It should gall anyone with enough brain cells to realize that you can't get the best and brightest if you exclude half of the population from the applicant pool based on their gender (or any other physical characteristic, for that matter_.
Sincere question: The only reason to be upset is because a woman would judge better than a man. Isn't THAT discrimination?? No conversations about which court rulings were wrongly decided against women, just a blanket assertion women would be better. - - - please enlighten me firstname.lastname@example.org
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