What I wonder is how the Congress people who voted no went (ran) home today and faced their wives, girlfriends, sisters, mothers.

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On Thursday, the House finally reauthorized the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) after waiting for around a year-and-a-half. Finally. The bill was originally passed in 1994 and has been re-approved twice since in 2000 and 2005. What is different about this time? Because three new specifics have been added which include protection for Native Americans, members of the LGBT community, and undocumented immigrants.  

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  1. Good question. In the case of wives and/or girlfriends (let’s face it, some have both!), I’d say some degree of complacency or self-hatred keeps them married or in a relationship to men such as those who voted against it, or perhaps just denial. As for mothers, sisters and daughters, I’d say shame is a steady part of their relationship since they can’t control being related to such fops! 😉

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