Wrestler Forfeits To Girl: "It's A Biblical Principle"--I Was "Caring For Her"

Posted: Feb 23, 2011 12:43 PM
Although Joel Northrup could use one of Obama's teleprompters, his actions, character and values are as forthright as one can be. Fox's Gretchen Carlson, who has a bit of a feminist streak in her, doesn't seem as moved as Steve Doocy (note the final ten seconds).

If feminist thinking were consistent, they would be shouting slurs at those who support woman-only sports teams; wouldn't they be taunting males into joining? "We're better than you!" Heck, Michael Jordon could have joined the girl's Varsity basketball team after the boys Varsity coach cut him.

Like most leftist thinking, it has limits. Feminists will not only tell you that they can do anything as good as a man, but they can do it better! As I've said before, reality is just too painful for the Left so they make up their own. For example, the wrestling girl's (Cassy) father appears to have the same dementia issues as the feminists: “She’s my son. She’s always been my son.” Poor girl.

Joel Northrup, unlike many who claim to follow Christ, truly does look to God with each step--and double leg take down--he makes. "So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God" (1 Corinthians 10:31). God bless those who are not swayed by the latest-and-greatest, ever-changing world.