Ah, but Sarah Palin, with her strong dedication to abstinence-only programs, does have the potential to lead the international Lysistrata Movement--the taming of men by withholding sexual favors.
Both Sarah, and daughter Bristol, obvious symbols of female fecundity, would be the perfect types to both tantalize the males and to demand non-aggressive, more "human" behaviors as the condition for female sexual acquiescence.
The real question to ponder is whether we need selective breeding of those "few good men"--cloning only those who display the appropriate "human" qualities and preventing the rest from engaging in any breeding.
The non-breeders could be allowed to work off their aggressiveness in sports, doing housework (scrubbing floors and vacuuming are wonderful outlets), and cooking (all that chopping and grinding). Since the males would be at home more, we would outlaw the disposable diapers that clog our landfills, and again use cotton diapers which can be rewashed and reused (all that scrubing is also a good sublimation for the male aggressive impulses).
Male energy and brawn would be harnessed, by the females, to do those things necessary to reverse global warming.
Leaving towels and clothes on bathroom and bedroom floors would become felony offenses, with no plea bargaining allowed.
Consumption of beer while watching sporting events (even those on tv) would be a privilege granted to only some men who can demonstrate appropriate "human" behaviors, including the ability to control belching.
Those men, who have demonstrated good self control ability, would be trained in advanced bargain hunting and shopping skills, to further channel their primitive hunting and competitive instincts into more civilized outlets, and to also help them them to acquire basic rudimentary economic responsibilty.
We really owe a debt of gratitude to Primotivo for pointing out to us the inherent genetic deficiencies which make certain groups less than "human", even though a small number of individuals within those groups may be good. Now that our consciousness has been raised, we need to take some action.