We seem to have reached a tipping point where future oriented people who
engage in long term planning are becoming a minority. Last year 50% of
all women who had babies received Medicaid assistance for the births.
You have half the population having children they can't even afford. And
after these children are born, the mothers are going to need further
assistance to raise them. At the same time, the type of men who would
pay the taxes to support all this is declining as they decrease in
numbers and many of the ones left just "go Galt" as you suggest they do.
These are trends that are going to continue to get worse and will lead
to a massive economic decline that any rational person should be
Again, I cannot emphasize this enough. Women have consistently and (i would contend) unconsciously voted to have the government replace husbands and fathers. The consequences will be utter societal collapse. But until that time comes, it is in men's best interests to just enjoy life, avoid responsibility, work as little as possible, not support the children they bring into the world, and live by the new rules voted in by the socialists - live off the government as much as possible.
This is not an issue of morality, but sanity and self-respect. If women disproportionately keep voting in government and government programs to supplant men, then by all means, accommodate them to the fullest extent.
You are going to tax men more and more as they succeed? Fine we'll scale back our production to keep ourselves at the lowest tax bracket possible. And we can do it because we need only a mere fraction of the consumerism crap women need. You want a battle of attrition sweet heart? We'll win it like the Soviets against the Nazi's!
You are going to ruin the quality and caliber of women via feminism, materialism, and a Big Media ass-kissing-fest, fine, we'll play, but not marry.
You want to make everything "fair" by taking money from the productive, the go-getters and innovators and giving it to the lazy, parasitic, and whiny? Fine, we're going to take vacation instead of putting in the extra couple of hours.
Women better think about the long term economic consequences of their short term, short sighted, and completely emotional voting. Because last I checked it wasn't a bunch of female elementary school teachers keeping the lights on as much as it was male electrical engineers.