Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Bob McDonnell's College Thesis Is Making Everyone, Especially Women, Totally Hysterical
The dispatching of interns to college campus for purposes of digging up politicians' old papers, newspaper columns, and self-effacing submissions to really radical but also really, like, awesome poetry 'zines is a sacred tradition of journalism. And it is this custom that has made it possible for America to now enjoy the senior thesis of Virginia gubernatorial candidate/former attorney general Bob McDonnell, a 93-page musing on the fairer sex that is now forcing McDonnell to perform the PR equivalent of fellatio on fornicators, cohabitators, working mothers and other types of fallen women.
McDonnell didn't take too kindly to feminists in college, especially not employed feminists, who bitch about equal pay and then use their riches to buy condoms in order to have hypersexualized types of sex. In other words:
He argued for covenant marriage, a legally distinct type of marriage intended to make it more difficult to obtain a divorce. ... [H]e criticized federal tax credits for child care expenditures because they encouraged women to enter the workforce.
"Further expenditures would be used to subsidize a dynamic new trend of working women and feminists that is ultimately detrimental to the family by entrenching status-quo of nonparental primary nurture of children," he wrote.
He went on to say feminism is among the "real enemies of the traditional family."
Sagely, McDonnell is now characterizing the college paper as an "academic exercise." This is intended dissuade you, the crying woman, from reading too much into it, as you are wont to do.