RUSH: From the "Administration" Press, the AP: "A new study offers more compelling evidence that life expectancy for some US women is actually falling, a disturbing trend that experts can't explain." For those of you in Rio Linda, what this means is that some American women are dying earlier than they should, and nobody knows why. "The latest research found that women age 75 and younger are dying at higher rates than previous years in nearly half of the nation's counties -- many of them rural and in the South and West. Curiously, for men, life expectancy has held steady or improved in nearly all counties."
So clearly we have some discrimination here.
Whoever's causing this is discriminating against women, particularly women in the South, women on the farm, and women in the West. Whoever's responsible for this (some Republican, obviously) is discriminating against... Well, aren't they responsible for everything? "The study is the latest to spot this pattern, especially among disadvantaged white women." So now we're adding even more info to the mix. "Disadvantaged white women" are dying earlier than their compatriots, and nobody knows why. "Some leading theories blame higher smoking rates, obesity and less education, but several experts said they simply don't know why.
"Women have long outlived men," but that was before feminism. The feminazis took care of that. I think if you want to really get to the bottom of this, you're gonna have to look at feminism. Especially, folks, because AP reports: "The phenomenon of some women losing ground appears to have begun in the late 1980s..." (Gasp!) The eighties! What happened in the eighties? (Gasp!) Reagan! This program started in the eighties. However, "studies have begun to spotlight it only in the last few years." I think what's going on out there, folks... I mean, you may have your own theories. Hypothetically we'll accept the survey as factual.
I don't think there are any "disadvantaged white women." As I pay attention to the news, and I read everything, there aren't any "disadvantaged white women," so I think the story's bogus. But that's just me. Other people are gonna believe it because they're inclined to believe this kind of stuff. So let's take the hypothetical. White, rural, uneducated women who smoke are dying prematurely. What could possibly explain this? I really think that you have to look at the feminazis. The feminazis, what did they do? They basically went out and told women, "You can do anything, you can be anything, you can have it all!" And women are exhausted!
They're simply exhausted. They're trying to do everything, trying to meet the standards set forth by the early feminazis. It's either that or the War on Women has been going on a lot longer, Snerdley, than anybody knew. By the time the White House press corps gets hold of this, it will be, "Wow, we didn't know the Republicans' War on Women had been going on this long," or maybe they'll blame fracking. Fracking takes place in the South and the West. Anyway, it has got a lot of people puzzled, because it's only women that are dying sooner, not men.