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Looks like France is finally stepping up to the plate.
I agree with everything you said and I will add one more thing--Our founding fathers established a government for the people, by the people --so we all deserve the government we have-- we elected them. This is for the three million conservatives who sat at home on election day 2012 because Romney wasn't conservative enough. All you people (and you know who you are) Is Obama conservative enough for you? How are things working out for you now?
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Who is Barack Obama?

Kristine45 Wrote: Nov 13, 2013 1:55 PM
Obamacare is performing exactly as Obama and his progressive liberal clan want it perform. The end result is to have no insurance companies (because they've set up the law and regulations to make sure, over time, the insurance companies fail) which will force everyone on a National Health Care Program. That's the ultimate goal-- own people's health care and you own them. The things happening today IRS, NSA, Benghazi, Obamacare are not happening by chance--it's all planned and working as planned. The only difference is people are beginning to wake up because Obmacare is affecting them financially.
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Who is Barack Obama?

Kristine45 Wrote: Nov 13, 2013 1:52 PM
After reading your comment my question remains--what hasn't he done that he promised to do--didn't he promise to fundamentally transform America? And, isn't that just what he is doing?
Men are really, really good at some things; and women are really, really good at other things. It isn't 'men are better than women'--it's together women and men are great!! And that is how a marriage should be approached and lived. I think we have turned upside down. It used to be there was 'little value' in what women did as homemakers and mothers. Now the pendulum has swung and there seems to be 'little value' in what men do. We need both--not one over the other. Men are vital and crucial in the raising of children also. I believe that single mothers do not raise children as well as a mother and father. I'm just saying . . . .
Couldn't have said it better. Thank you.
Hear! Hear! I totally agree and also I think single motherhood is hurting children just as badly--children need a Father and a Mother.
Men are really, really good at some things; and women are really, really good at other things. It isn't 'men are better than women'--it's together women and men are great!! And that is how a marriage should be approached and lived. I think we have turned upside down. It used to be there was 'little value' in what women did as homemakers and mothers. Now the pendulum has swung and there seems to be 'little value' in what men do. We need both--not one over the other. Men are vital and crucial in the raising of children also. I believe that single mothers do not raise children as well as a mother and father. I'm just saying . . . .
I would venture to say that most women are working so that they can afford to own a home (instead of renting), have 2 cars (instead of 1), a TV in every room (instead of one), eat out (instead of cooking in), etc., etc., etc. The economic picture wasn't any better in the 60's for families -- it's just that parents prioritized, worked hard, and saved to get what they wanted. The difference today is people don't want to wait--they want all the good stuff now.
Yeah, well Dave you can look to the 'Women's Feminist Movement' of the 60's for the decline in our society. Feminists sold to women that they could have everything--and that staying home was beneath them and not valuable. Soooo, what we have today is a society full of women that think having a prestigious job is better than raising her children. Thank you Gloria Steinem!!! You make us so proud. NOT!
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