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Hey, Man-Hating, Nerve-Grating Feminists: Good Fathers Are Irreplaceable

cbiscuit Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 9:08 AM
My father spoke to me frankly about pre-marital sex before I was 16. He said if ever I got in trouble, he should be the first person I speak to. He also advised me about why buy the cow if you get the milk for free and he was right about virtually everything he ever told me. He was my hero and a realist living in in the real world, he was a NYC cop. Having an involved Dad forces a young girl to think before she acts. I always wanted to make my Dad proud. He kept me away from guys who didn't measure up.
Dogs for Romney_TX Chair Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 9:17 AM
We did the same with our daughter.
Dogs for Romney_TX Chair Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 9:16 AM
I have an 18-something daughter and a loving involved husband. My daughter can't stand the immature d*bags at her school who demand sex from her because they took her to Starbucks. She's managed to hold out against the constant peer pressure. And yes we ARE living in the "real world".

I have two twentysomething daughters who’re currently taking over the planet. When these female charges popped out of their mommy’s womb, this thing called “responsibility for their upbringing” hit me like a Jackie Chan punch.

I didn’t slough off my role in their lives onto my wife, my church, public school, day care, relatives, TV, or “the village.” I didn’t expect any of the aforementioned to fill my boots chiefly because … they can’t.

Living in Miami, I knew I would have to pony up and become a major player in my little ones’ lives if I wanted them to...

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