As the school year begins the full amount of budget cuts will now hit home for female dominated segments of the American workforce. Yes we have already seen cuts and protests against government shut downs (another female dominated part of our workforce). Yet most of the big money cuts in the States which were really in the red were made in prisons and education.
Here is an article about Georgia's educational cuts:
California's cuts were worse than Georgia's and other states are following. Of course unlike the private sector cuts to construction (you remember the segment of the economy that Obama refuses to give stimulus money to) these mostly female dominated (mostly is an understatement) and tax payer funded institutions will not be laid off, just given some leave without pay.
I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest the start of this school year is the actual beginnings of real change in American society. Until now the female portion of the U.S. has not really been hit with the full ramifications of this He-cession but now this will begin to set in.
Once government and education start feeling the pinch of real money hits it's all down hill. This recession cannot begin to be over until industry and jobs pick up. Most government economist like to say un-employment is a lagging indicator but that has only been a rule with past recessions. What we are seeing today is a recession unlike anything ever seen before. A recession that started because the backs of the real working class of society could no longer support the service only entitlement of feminism.
The final straw which sealed our fate to this economic mess was the outright "theft" by feminist special interest groups of the money which may have pulled us out of the downward spiral we are in.
The question is which way will the change go?
Will Obama cave to the feminist and other progressives and continue printing money to pander to their special interest spending or will it all collapse under it's own weight? Will American society see the danger and rid the president of his house majority? Even if we manage to put the brakes on this spending we still risk massive inflation within the next two years.
Either direction we go I have hopes that now is the time when women will wake up and see what feminism has produced. The smart ones have already seen it but now we may see a more widespread acknowledgement of it.