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Do Men Beat Women - When Unemployed?

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AAPolitical Slugfest

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Bank lending by the banking industry fell 7.5 percent, the largest annual decline since the 1940s. Now Sen.Harry Reid pushed for a $15 billion do nothing jobs bill Monday by suggesting that unemployed men are more likely to abuse their wives. “Men when they're out of work tend to become abusive,” Reid said as he argued in favor of a cloture vote on the jobs bill. “I met with some people while I was home dealing with domestic abuse. It has gotten out of hand. Why? Men don't have jobs. Women don't have jobs either, but women aren’t abusive, most of the time. Men, when they're out of work, tend to become abusive. Our domestic crisis shelters in Nevada are jammed.” Have you noticed the three blind mice that met with Obama, from the NAACP, Urban Laegue and Al Sharpton, along with the stupid Congressional black Caucus have largely remained quiet as the Senate considered the bill. As reported by WaPo, Some civil rights advocates outside Congress say the caucus is wary of too publicly declaring itself opposed to a bill that doesn't include its desired provisions, not wanting to create another dispute between lawmakers and the nation's first black president. WHATEVER! Are they in Congress to serve their districts or the President? As reported by The Washington Post, When the caucus called last year for specific job provisions for blacks and others in low-income communities, President Obama publicly distanced himself from the idea, saying the federal government must focus on programs that will aid all instead of targeting specific groups. Lets talk about men beating women, the Congressional Black Caucus, Sen.Harry Reid and the United States Congress, Tonight on the Slugfest. "If you can handle the truth."