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May 27, 2014 - 12:16 pm

potokThis guy, whose group would not blame the Family Research Council shooting on his own group’s hatefulness, blames the Santa Barbara shooting on an Obama campaign talking point.

Mark Potok, a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, told MSNBC host Joy Reidon Tuesday that the killing of four men and two women by alleged murderer Elliot Rodger was part of a “war on women” which began in 1989. He added that the misogynistic “man-o-sphere” online has created “a number of mass killers.”

Reid noted that Rodger had spent some of his time on websites in which men expressed their frustrations about feminism and their difficulties in attracting women. “How big is this movement,” Reid asked of the “so-called men’s rights groups.”

Ridiculous. The “war on women” is an Obama talking point, nothing more and nothing less, designed to divide people and keep him in power. Well, unless you count the “honor killings” and the threats against Ayaan Hirsi Ali and any woman who bucks radical Islam. Then you might have a point — a point that Mr. Potok will not make or agree with.

But coming from a guy who literally published a map that led directly to an attempted mass murder, the SPLC’s trolling tragedy is not all that surprising.

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.
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They're like little communist automatons endlessly repeating The Party Line.
8 weeks ago
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Just looking at this guy makes me want to take a shower. SPLC is lower than whaleshit, which lies at the bottom of the ocean. They have no decency, no shame, no conscience. Kind of like Al Sharpton come to think of it, and just as credible.
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Ah yes, I will always remember where I was and what I was doing that fateful day, that day that will live in infamy, in 1989 when I heard that men had declared war on women for...wait, what?
8 weeks ago
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The male humans he stabbed would beg to differ.
8 weeks ago
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So twice as many men killed than women, and it's a War on Women? Only the modern Left.
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If there's a war on women in America in 2014, what do they call it in the Third World where women have far fewer rights: a POW camp?

What about 5,000 years of history then: genocide? Lib politicians get their talking points from mental cases. And people wonder why anyone calls feminists paranoid.
8 weeks ago
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In point of fact the murderer, whose name I will not deign to write, was NOT a member of the "manosphere"; he was a subscriber/blogger at a site called PUAhate which was devoted to destroying the "manosphere" and anyone associated with it. Blaming this havoc on the sphere is like blaming a steakhouse for the actions of a radical vegetarian.
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