Colbert salutes a hero who dares to stand against Feminism.

Via on Apr 3, 2011

Persecuted Male Syndrome, & Colbert’s Abridged History of Feminism.

Classic Colbert, though making fun of this gent, who may have a very slight point (no, nevermind, he doesn’t) is just too easy:

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2 Responses to “Colbert salutes a hero who dares to stand against Feminism.”

  1. What a sad little man…

  2. 13thfloorelevators says:

    Yeah, Men's rights lawyers actually believe things like this. Some of the shit they pull is astonishing. Colorado is flooded with them.

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