In the real world, education is a massive industry in our nation and infinitely more vital than TV commercials. If you think that’s an odd comparison, you’d be surprised to know that America spends more on money on advertising than education.
It’s plain to see that the GWO does a much better job of caring for our youth. Education is merely an extension of that. With a stronger focus on education, both in resources and classrooms built for the 21st century (as opposed to the current one built for the 20th century farm kid), we all grow up to be better equipped for prosperity.
Do men have a role in this agenda? Sure. Crunching the numbers and teaching the babies to meter their emotions. But the big decisions are better left to smart people with ovaries.