To Protect Us From Ourselves

Victorian Harry Reid wants to pass a huge pork-barrel “jobs” bill that will benefit only government jobs…

…to protect women from the foul, urge-driven Neanderthals they’ve shacked up with against their better natures:

Reid, speaking in the midst of a Senate debate over whether to pass a $15 billion package meant to spur job creation, appeared to argue that joblessness would lead to more domestic violence.

“I met with some people while I was home dealing with domestic abuse. It has gotten out of hand,” Reid said on the Senate floor. “Why? Men don’t have jobs.”

Men, you see, are slaves to their base urges.  Harry say man no have job, man hit:

Reid said that the effects of joblessness on domestic violence were especially pronounced among men, because, Reid said, women tend to be less abusive.

“Women don’t have jobs either, but women aren’t abusive, most of the time,” he said.

Well, that’s not really true, but Reid’s gotta answer to his political masters, and it’s a little off-topic anyway.

“Men, when they’re out of work, tend to become abusive,” the majority leader added. “Our domestic crisis shelters in Nevada are jammed.”

Hear that, all you guys in Nevada?  If Big Brother doesn’t keep you amused and occupied, you just can’t help taking it out on those around you.  Your little male peabrain can’t handle the tough times.

Here’s hoping the voters of Nevada send Reid home to pummel his wife to sit in a support group for potentially violent out-of-work Democrats soon.

2 thoughts on “To Protect Us From Ourselves

  1. me have no job, me go get club to bring woman back to cave. Sorry I couldn’t resist. Whoever wins the republican primary should just play commercials with Harry Reid saying stupid shit. Who needs attack ads when the other side writes them for you

  2. Women can be plenty abusive in their own right, employed or otherwise.

    Which reminds me of a cartoon I saw years ago; two matronly old gals are standing next to each other in the home parlor, dressed in their house coats (think moo moo), there is an old gentleman laid out on the floor with his skull caved in. Also on the floor is a bloodied cast iron frying pan. The caption at the bottom of the cartoon read: “Well Mildred things between Harry and I came to a head today!”

    On that day Harry would have been better off having gone to work.

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