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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

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John Kimble

In all fairness it's only 49% of the population she hates, though the flip-side of that is that she's preaching hatred against a minority group.

Other than that a perfect article.

John Kimble

One positive is that it's good to see Featherstone fully expose and admit to her hatred of men. Everything she does very much hints at it and suggests it, but now we finally have the proof beyond any doubt.

In the past she sometimes came across as someone who just ignored men and all the issues they faced.

She's now come clean and it means we can put her in the man-hater category without the slightest doubt. Of course it would have been better if she'd been this honest before the election, it's hardly the safest Lib Dem seat so the loss of a few thousand male votes (and a fair few equality conscious females) would put her out of a job.

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