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Marc H. Rudov
August 3, 2009

When Projections Become Policies

The core of every cinema is the projector, which casts a writer’s contrived mental and emotional images onto the big screen. Analogously, at the heart of human defensiveness is a projector, which casts onto others one’s feelings, thoughts, and attitudes — contrived mental and emotional images — to escape blame for insecurities, anxieties, and failures.

Here are two common examples of projection:

Example #1: A man accuses women of being golddiggers — trading sex for money — while he is wining & dining them for sex. He’s angry at himself for lacking the courage and skills to cease his pointless behavior but refuses to take responsibility for it. Instead, he projects his autobiography and anxieties onto others.

Example #2: A woman blames men, her employer, and bureaucrats for a gender-based wage gap because she is unhappy about her salary. According to a comprehensive study commissioned by the US Department of Labor, there is no gender-based wage gap. In fact, this woman lacks negotiation skills but won’t accept personal responsibility for improving them. Instead, she projects her autobiography and anxieties onto others.

If one doesn’t like the images projected on the big screen, he can choose not to view them. Likewise, if one doesn’t accept his friend’s projection, he can reject it. But, when bureaucrats’ personal projections become baseless and unconstitutional policies, laws, and judicial rulings, voters must protest quickly or live with the consequences.

Team Obama is, perhaps, the most-misandrist bunch ever running American government. Few are familiar with the term misandry: hatred of men. Ask your friends; you’ll get blank stares — because misandry is both accepted and acceptable in our culture, as TV sitcoms and commercials prove by endlessly featuring moronic husbands and fathers.

Employing the anti-male projections of Vice President Joe Biden and almost-confirmed US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sototmayor, as well as his own, President Barack Obama is operating a veritable misandry cineplex at the White House.

Projectionist Obama

Mr. Obama was raised, for the most part, by his grandparents. Why? His mother abandoned him. Yet, we hear only that his father abandoned him. Obama has a lot of anger towards his father, and I sympathize — but I shouldn’t have to suffer for it. When Obama projects his pain, his autobiography, onto all men, he jeopardizes them. Four examples:

In 2008 and 2009, Obama castigated men on Fathers’ Day for leaving their pregnant unmarried girlfriends. Did he make a similar speech on Mothers’ Day to vilify unmarried pregnant women? He did not. Roe v. Wade, which Obama supports, says: it’s her body, her baby, her choice. Yet, Obama blames men for women’s choices.

Unconstitutional women-only section at

White House advisor on violence against women, corresponding to the unconstitutional Violence Against Women Act. to teach men parenting, while is nonexistent (by giving birth, women are fully equipped to be great mothers, right?).

Projectionist Biden

Then-Senator Joe Biden was instrumental in creating and passing the aforementioned unconstitutional Violence Against Women Act in 1994, also known as VAWA. It is unconstitutional because the US Constitution grants equal protection for all, allowing no special provisions, rights, or protections for women.

Biden’s connection to domestic violence, and his resultant misandry, is rooted in his childhood. Known as the “Father of VAWA,” Biden admitted, on the record, that, as a boy, he sustained beatings from his older sister but was prohibited from either defending himself or retaliating. In the fall of 1990, before a US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on women and violence (Senate Hearing 101-939, Part 2), Joe Biden said this:

In my house, being raised with a sister and three brothers, there was absolute — it was a nuclear sanction — if under any circumstances, for any reason, no matter how justified, even self-defense, if you ever touched our sister, literally, not figuratively, literally. My sister, who is my best friend, my campaign manager, my confidante, grew up with absolute impunity in our household.

And I have the bruises to prove it. [laughter]

I mean that sincerely. I am not exaggerating when I say that. An interesting question, though: My wife and I, we have two grown sons who understand that rule well. They also understand that rule relative to one another. But we have a daughter who is 9, and it seems important to me, and my wife thinks it is important, that she be told and educated about what she should expect and accept as reasonable behavior.

People at that Senate hearing laughed when Biden said he had the bruises to prove his sister’s violence. Is that funny? Would anyone laugh if a woman told the same story about her brother’s violence? This is a sickness.

The manifestation of growing up with a violent, abusive sister who enjoyed absolute impunity is VAWA. Joe Biden believes, based on the hypocritical rules and experiences in his childhood home, that:

Women are infallible, innocent victims

Women can hit men with impunity

Tolerating women’s abuse is proof of manhood

Men are presumed guilty when women accuse them of violence.

Joe Biden’s dysfunctional projection, his hangup with manhood, has become misandrist and unconstitutional public policy, law, and an out-of-control Department of Justice bureaucracy.

Projectionist Sotomayor

Finally, we move to Judge Sonia Sotomayor, who has claimed numerous times: “I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life.”

To “fool” the spineless Senate Judiciary Committee, in that transparent circus called nomination “hearings,” Sotomayor recanted her misandrist projection with impunity — and got their nod.

The judicial career of any male judge, having spoken analogous words about women, would be over. Instead, Judge Sotomayor will spend a lifetime at the US Supreme Court, where she’ll be in a powerful position to wield her misandry. If she writes a majority opinion, her dysfunctional projection, autobiography, and hangup with men will become misandrist public policy and unconstitutional law.

They Find It Funny

Misandry exists in the streets, in entertainment, and in baseless and unconstitutional public policies, laws, and adjudications. But, to appear macho, men shrug it off. Don’t forget: Crystal Gail Mangum, the woman who falsely accused three Duke lacrosse players of rape, still walks this earth with impunity and freedom.

Not only do most people not care about female-on-male violence, they find it funny. TV reinforces that belief, as in this Saturday Night Live skit in which Katie Holmes repeatedly hits Will Farrell in the testicles. Is anyone in the audience not laughing? How about you? That’s why Obama’s Misandry Cineplex easily sells so many tickets.

Let’s turn the tables, to test the double standard. Let’s build Obama’s Misogyny Cineplex and have Will Farrell hitting Katie Holmes in the crotch. Could anyone at NBC suggest it without getting fired? Would NBC air it? Would you be laughing at it? How about Obama? Biden? Sotomayor? We’ll never see anyone projecting those images, will we?

The NoNonsense Bottom Line

Misandry will not end until men and women take it as seriously as healthcare and taxes. Perhaps when your father, brother, uncle, son, or friend ends up in jail, like David Woods in Sacramento, whose lunatic wife stabbed him, then you’ll take it seriously and work to end it. In a country that values men and the Constitution, the police would not have arrested David Woods.

If, though, you continue passively accepting the misandrist projections of Obama, Biden, and Sotomayor — and plenty of other bureaucrats — misandry will thrive in baseless and unconstitutional policies, laws, and court decisions, and destroy more lives. Those are the consequences.

Obama’s Misandry Cineplex exists because you keep standing in line to buy tickets. Now, go project your image onto a mirror. Getting the picture?

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Marc H. Rudov, The NoNonsense Man®, is a globally known radio/TV personality, relationship coach, speaker, and author of 100+ articles and the books Under the Clitoral Hood: How to Crank Her Engine Without Cash, Booze, or Jumper Cables (ISBN 9780974501727) and The Man’s No-Nonsense Guide to Women: How to Succeed in Romance on Planet Earth (ISBN 0974501719). The 2008 recipient of the National Coalition of Free Men’s “Award for Excellence in Promoting Gender Fairness In The Media,” Mr. Rudov is a frequent guest on Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor and Your World with Neil Cavuto.

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Obama’s Misandry Cineplex exists because you keep standing in line to buy tickets. Now, go project your image onto a mirror. Getting the picture?