Radical Feminist Stephanie Coontz had this to say about marriage/divorce and its effects on poverty.
Another Feminist (this one with the benefit of a brain - and children) Diana Furchtgott-Roth, had this to say.
If you read closely, Furchtgott-Roth Contradicts much of what Dimwit-Coontz had to say on the relationship between family structure and income (the rest of Coontz's socialist/worker's party nonsense is not even worth considering. That this miscreant gets any access to the media at all is very telling - and distressing). Which article got the most mileage in the media this campaign season?
The never ending manipulation of heterosexual women by the Gay women's political faction in the media never ends. And it never contemplates truth - only what can facts be stretched to support their original contentions.
In addition to his now famous 47% quote, Mitt Romey also had this to say at that same fund raiser:
[The] former head of Goldman Sachs, John Whitehead, was also the former head of the New York Federal Reserve. And I met with him, and he said as soon as the Fed stops buying all the debt that we're issuing—which they've been doing, the Fed's buying like three-quarters of the debt that America issues. He said, once that's over, he said we're going to have a failed Treasury auction, interest rates are going to have to go up. We're living in this borrowed fantasy world, where the government keeps on borrowing money. You know, we borrow this extra trillion a year, we wonder who's loaning us the trillion? The Chinese aren't loaning us anymore. The Russians aren't loaning it to us anymore. So who's giving us the trillion? And the answer is we're just making it up. The Federal Reserve is just taking it and saying, "Here, we're giving it." It's just made up money, and this does not augur well for our economic future. You know, some of these things are complex enough it's not easy for people to understand, but your point of saying, bankruptcy usually concentrates the mind.