Posted by: Donna
Obey Respect your husbands!
“He is her godly husband,” said Peter Bachmann, Dr. Bachmann’s oldest brother, who lives on the family dairy farm across the eastern border in Wisconsin. “The husband is to be the head of the wife, according to God.” It is a philosophy that Michele Bachmann echoed to congregants of the the Living Word Christian Center in 2006, when she stated that she pursued her degree in tax law only because her husband had told her to. “The Lord says: Be submissive, wives. You are to be submissive to your husbands,” she said.
For women, “respect” means exactly the same thing as “submit” to men, as Presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann explained on the Sunday morning gasbag shows. Thanks for clearing that up, Michele!
Have that baby, hell or high water!
Ron Paul on abortion at the Ames, IA Straw Poll:
“There is something that precedes liberty, and that is life,” the Texas congressman said. “I believe in a very limited role for the government, but the prime reason that government exists in a free society is to protect liberty and also to protect life, and I mean all life.”…
“You cannot have relative value for life,” Paul continued. “We cannot play God and make those decisions. All life is precious.”
“If we are to defend liberty and allow people to spend money as they want, to go to the church they want and run their lives as they please, you have to understand where that liberty, and where that life comes from. It does not come from the government, it comes from our creator.”
Until said life needs food, shelter, or health care, at which point the life (fetal or post-birth) can pray to God for that because Rep. Ron Paul sure as tootin’ doesn’t support any government measures that would provide those things. Starving mothers and children are the apex of libertarianism, and besides, it keeps those uppity women in their place!
Keep your ladyselves virtuous, or else!
In his first day on the campaign trail, Gov. Rick Perry does some good housecleaning, making amends in explaining his decision to mandate the vaccine Gardasil to 11-year old girls in Texas.
When a voter in New Hampshire confronted Perry on this issue, he gave a great response:
“I signed an executive order that allowed for an opt-out, but the fact of the matter is I didn’t do my research well enough to understand that we needed to have a substantial conversation with our citizenry,” he said. “I hate cancer. Let me tell you, as a son who has a mother and father who are both cancer survivors.”
Perry said he’d invested government resources in cancer cures, adding, “I hate cancer. And this HPV, we were seeing young ladies die at the early age. What we should have done was a program that frankly should have allowed them to opt in, or some type of program like that, but here’s what I learned — when you get too far out in front of the parade they will let you know. And that’s exactly what our legislature did… …
So why would Culture of Life Catholics and evangelicals have a problem with this?
Unlike other public health threats like meningitis, which spreads easily between people in close quarters, the only way a teenager will get HPV is from sexual intercourse. If they abstain, they are in no real danger in getting this virus which causes cervical cancer.
Obviously Merck wants to make a lot of money by making all of our daughters get the $120 shots. And I understand that sexually transmitted diseases have become a pandemic, one that we don’t talk enough about.
But if we force every daughter to get Gardasil, we have lost hope in the ability of our children to say no to hazardous premarital sex.
In effect, the very decision to give your daughter Gardasil tells your daughter: “I know you can’t say no.” This gives her the green light. She’ll think: “After all, Mom and Dad think I’m having sex anyway.”
But having the state mandate this is even worse. You establish a culture where young girls are resigned to becoming a sex object. It’s an assault on the dignity of young women.
Which is something that I am sure Joshua will explain to his daughter, Mary Margaret Kathryn Jean Lopez Lourdes Ofjoshua Mary Magdalene (But Not The Whore One) Mercer if she ever contracts cervical cancer because a guy with a big hat told him to not let her get vaccinated.
Then he can send her to her hospice without any supper…
Virtue is its own reward, ladies!
Know your place! It’s the New FreedomTM!
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