Almost all wrong. Women can't say no to husbands who want sex?! What?! Your assesment of a video you have not seen is waaaaay off .As for the video, it's a love letter to the John Birch Society with a bunch of interview quotes from ultra conservatives, who among other things, believe that women have no right to tell their husbands "no" to sex, do not believe in gay marriage or civil unions, oppose Roe vs. Wade (i.e. abortion), believe there shouldn't be a separation of church and state, and are 100% pro-nuclear power.
Like I said in the original post- these are not made up theories, it's based on facts, which have not yet been debunked.
The man who made the documentary is ultra conservative. He won an award for this documentary and in his speech he talked about how he wouldn't be able to accomplish much of what he has without his wife and how important she is to his life and everything he does. I know two guys who are 100% all for this video and who think women are a precious and they should always be treated with the utmost respect... these are not the type of men who force sex on their wives.
You say "ultra conservative" like it's a bad thing, but most ultra conservative men respect marriage and don't believe in cheating, flirting or even thinking about another woman in a sexual way and think family is the most important thing. For most liberal men, fantasizing, flirting and cheating with women outside of their marriage/romantic relationship is commonplace and by their actions, show that money and material things are the most important things in life.* Which type of man would most women want to be married to? I would say the former. Of course not all conservative men fit this description in our society, but the chances of that type of man being conservative are vastly higher than that man being liberal. So, conservative isn't necessarily a bad thing... even to someone who is liberal
People always comment on how the divorce rate in our country is so high, like it's a bad thing, yet, they promote things that are the very distruction of marriage! Marriage isn't the problem, people and their morals are!
Erik- I agree with your stand on the issues posted.
I do not believe in abortion being used as birth control. I think women have the right to chose what they do with their bodies, but not the life of the child inside of them. When it comes to issues that are beyond their control, that is another story.
I also cannot stand when people equate not agreeing with gay marriage to hate. I know plenty of people who do not agree with gay marriage who do not hate gay people whatsoever, myself included!
This stuff always comes back to the issue of people assuming they're being judged if people do not agree with something they do... two different things.
Anyway, the video isn't really about these issues, but it does bring them up and talks about how they are being used as tools in our society. People are going to be quick to judge this video (I was) but you really can't grasp what it's about until you see it.
* Please note the words commonplace & most, I did not say all.