Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton: Divorce Is The Woman’s Fault

Ladies, meet U.S. Rep.?Thomas “Tom” Cotton. Tom Cotton (R-AR 4th District) is a 37-year-old solid Conservative Republican that is still up for grabs — he’s a bachelor. If you are fed up with the strong secure type, look no further. Tom is every conservative woman’s (or man’s) dream come true.

Tom Cotton is a genuinely unique political specimen. Tom has 2 degrees from Harvard, a brief history at Claremont Graduate University, a federal clerkship, a turn at the cream of the crop consultancy McKinsey & Co., plus an Army career that featured tours of duty in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

Tom is currently representing Arkansas’ 4th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives as a member of the Republican Party, but he has recently announced his intent to run for Senator in 2014. As for Tom Cotton’s politics, the man is anti-abortion, pro-gun, anti-gay marriage, anti-women in combat, anti-comprehensive immigration reform, and he can squeeze a nickel until the buffalo poops.?Not only does he really not like President Obama, but he really, really doesn’t like President Obama.

Arkansas rep Tom Cotton says women cause divorce and need to know their place in marriageThat’ not all. Congressman Tom Cotton is also an accomplished writer. In 1997, he wrote a piece for The Harvard Crimson entitled Promises and Covenants. It is in that piece where he details how women need to remember their place in marriage, and how women are the leading cause for divorce and the reason why so many divorced women live in poverty. Tom Cotton also insists on Covenant Marriage, which is of course a law that only allows for divorce after two years in cases of abuse or adultery when mandatory counseling doesn’t work. Uh oh!? You had better get those restraining orders ready. You can read his complete thoughts here.

Tom Cotton writes:

Feminists who allegedly speak for women should attack divorce, not its effects. If men have easy access to divorce, many will choose it thoughtlessly. They may not gain true happiness with their new trophy wives, but they certainly will not slide into the material indigence and emotional misery that awaits most divorced women. If restrained, however, men can fulfill women’s deepest hopes. They can learn that personal happiness comes from the desire to devote and sacrifice oneself to one’s beloved.

A few men can see this by themselves, and women are quite lucky to hook them. Ordinary women must not only defend these men against feminism, but also demand that all other men accept the lifelong nature of marriage. If not, one-half of all women who marry see their ‘greatest fear’ come true. If so, they can have their ‘deepest hopes’ fulfilled.

There is no need to worry yourself with working outside the home with Tom Cotton around. What kind of woman would you be if you weren’t home for your man to scrub floors, do laundry, cook dinner, and wash dishes by hand?? Tom Cotton makes it very clear that no woman should serve in combat because of their weak nature that could put the lives of other soldiers at risk.

Yes, ladies. Tom Cotton is a living breathing conservative machine, molded in the finest craftsmanship. One can only wonder why this one has lingered on the vine for so long.

What are you waiting for?? Throw out your self-respect, personal dignity, and any hope of happiness, and give Congressman Tom Cotton a call now!

Congressman Tom Cotton (R-AR)
415 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
ph#: 202-225-3772

"...And so I say to all of you here and to all in the nation tonight that those who appeal to you to hold on to the past do so at the cost of denying you your future. This great rich, restless country can offer opportunity and education and hope to all--all, black and white, North and South, sharecropper and city dweller. These are the enemies: poverty, ignorance, disease. They are our enemies, not our fellow man, not our neighbor. And these enemies too--poverty, disease and ignorance--we shall overcome." ~excerpt from speech by President Lyndon B Johnson, given two days after the start of the Selma Marches in an event that became known as Bloody Sunday.