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He isn't saying that they ought to never have been granted?



No, he isn't saying that.


Of course not. He's just invoking all of those elements in a provocative sounding statement for no particular reason.


He's saying that women tend not to be libertarians, which is a large enough block of people to where it's very difficult to implement libertarian policies to law. There's no implication that women shouldn't be allowed to vote or women's suffrage was a mistake, it's just a really awkwardly worded statement.




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