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Women Rights For the last thirty years or so women have made a mockery of the right to vote The day the weaker gender was granted a say in local state or national affairs was the day men lost control of the country in a moment of weakness However they gave up more than the right to vote they gave women equality when it wasnt theirs to receive Equality meant that women should have the same opportunities and chances as the male counterparts when equality was the last thing they had the ability to achieve without proving that they were not equal Women should be back in the home where they can maintain the house raising the children and preparing the meals for the man the man who runs the house and earns his money only to spend it on his beloved family However when this peaceful plan of a happy Utopia is thrown off by a selfish act of independence everything else crumbles along with it Women should not have the right to vote and that right should be revoked Imagine this the early 1940s where retro was all there was and men were dominant in the work force by an incredible margin Dad would go out to his office haggle with other business types and spend his day in a chaotic spree of deadlines and meetings Mom would just stay home and let her spouse work and pay the bills All he asked in return was for her patience and love nothing else She was granted the pleasure of staying home and waiting for the children to come home so they dont sit in front of the television all day and rot their minds They would spend the afternoon together and when Daddy finally comes home from a long day at the office sit down and have a family meal Unfortunately the woman somewhere along the line felt the urge to
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