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Having overwhelmingly lost the vote of women, especially single women, in 2012, the “intellectuals” at FoxNews have devised a cunning plan.   Make sure they lose them even worse by saying society’s ills, such as they imagine them, can be laid at the feet of all the single ladies.

Deposit your check from Roger Ailes and take it away Suzanne Venker:

As the author of three books on the American family and its intersection with pop culture, I’ve spent thirteen years examining social agendas as they pertain to sex, parenting, and gender roles. During this time, I’ve spoken with hundreds, if not thousands, of men and women. And in doing so, I’ve accidentally stumbled upon a subculture of men who’ve told me, in no uncertain terms, that they’re never getting married. When I ask them why, the answer is always the same.

Women aren’t women anymore.

These must be the same people Ann Romney spoke to, in fact I’m pretty sure they are just as hypothetical.

I think the last time I recall such a discussion on this topic it was in the middle of “The Two Towers”.

Of course, who am I?   Just another person that has lived five-decades and who has never once heard this complaint from any living man or woman I have either spoken to or overheard.

But I have a feeling they are plentiful indeed in the imaginations of your average FoxNews talking head.

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