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

InsideStraight Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 7:32 AM
I agree...but if a woman willingly participates in the procreation when she should have every expectation that she will be raising that kid alone (and on welfare), should we say she has no right to be called a woman?
Pistol Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 9:34 AM
Provocative and perceptive point, Mother of 4. There is a large and widely recognized difference between being an adult male and being a Man. As in Kipling's If....and what is more, you'll be a Man , my son". Now you tell me. Is there any difference between being an adult female and a Woman?
Seawolf Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 9:31 AM
As long as the gov't extorts money from us and hands it to them, the folks described here will never act responsibly, it's not IN should never feed stray cats, you'll never get rid of them.
Mother of 4 -- the original Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 7:54 AM
Don't make the left-lib mistake of playing tit-for-tat with words. The word "woman" does not and has never carried the same cultural connotations that the word "man" carries.

I will very willingly call her an idiot, a fool, and a wh*re so cheap she didn't even bother to ask for money though.

And I lay a heavy share of the responsibility for the situation on the women who let male persons get away with being rakes rather than insisting that they man-up and make a commitment FIRST.

Yet a real man doesn't think about what he can get away with but, rather, what is right to do.

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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