Friday, October 10, 2008

We already knew women were smarter; Wall Street Journal, Pew study says stay-at-home mothers are more powerful and persuasive, too

The Wall Street Journal -- not the first media choice to chronicle social change in America -- reports today in an opinion piece that stay-at-home mothers wield the most power in their households despite not bringing home the supposed bacon.

In fact, these women in household arguments -- and we men know they are ruthless -- come out on top by bringing husbands over to their side with the force and passion of their arguments, WSJ said.

I can believe that, and I have the scars to prove it.

The WSJ, however, does reveal its conservative ideological leaning by employing the piece for refute the arguments of feminists that stay-at-home moms are hurting the cause of female empowerment.

All I know is that I know two stay-at-home moms, and they usually run circles around their husbands in arguments and in just raising better children. That's not to denigrate the men. It's just that women are superior human beings.

And when males vocally accept and admit that truth, they will learn that they can live quite well by not wearing the pants in the house. Hey, who doesn't love walking around in their underwear anyway?

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