Why I Went to Work Today

Today is a “day without women”.  The elitist feminazis want women to stay out of work in protest. In protest of what?

What a wonderful example to our young daughters to stay home and pout for no reason. Personally, I hope it backfires on them and many of them are fired.

Can any of them name one job they didn’t get because they were a girl?

Any class they couldn’t take in school because they were a girl?

Name a man who was paid more than her who had the exact same degree/qualifications, experience and years of service at a company?  I doubt it because salaries are supposed to be confidential anyway.

If the feminazis really wanted to stand up for women, they would be standing up for the girls who are mutilated or sold as sex slaves or Middle Eastern women who are abused, raped or allowed to be killed for no reason.

So, take off the stupid vajay jay hats and do something useful with yourself.  I’ll be at work.

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Deny It All You Want, but Abortion IS Murder.

I was so happy to hear about the March for Life, especially after the previous weekend’s embarrassing march of death.

I’ve been going trough all the excuses I’ve heard, but have yet to find one that requires an abortion as the solution.

  1. Rape: Of course, this is a tragic situation. There is the morning after pill to prevent any pregnancy from implanting.  Some people don’t even like that, but I do have compassion and can deal with it as long as it’s done immediately.
  2. The child has a deformity/illness and won’t live anyway:  Um, would you kill your already born child who came down with a serious disease?  Also, if your already born child was dying, would you love them and hold them in their final moments or dismember them?
  3. The mother’s life is at risk:  That’s why there are emergency c-sections or early deliveries.   Modern medicine can save even the smallest of premies. If the baby doesn’t make it, at least you tried.
  4. I can’t afford to care for a baby:  That’s why there is adoption, and with Safe Haven laws, a woman can leave her baby at a designated place and no one will ever know.

So, women, stop the nonsense.  You do have a choice. You choose to have sex or not.  Stop trying to get out of facing the consequences of your actions.

 

My Response

Got this ready to send in response to my brother’s message (see previous post for full story on the drama that unfolded after my dad’s death). What do ya’ll think?

First of all, I think it is pretty sad that your first thought after Dad’s death was of money and an isurance policy.

Second, don’t curse at me, and don’t call my mother a “psycho”.  She took care of Dad for all these years.  She fed him, cleaned him, washed him, gave him his meds, breathing treatments, suctioned junk from his throat etc… Didn’t see you help. You haven’t even bothered to call and check on him in over 4 years. None of us had your phone number or address, so don’t be upset that you found out on fb.   The last time you did see him, he was in the hospital, so you knew he was pretty sick and wouldn’t be around forever.

BTW:  My children are not foreign. They were born in America, and my husband and I paid all fees on our own with our savings. So, no, I did not get “your” money to adopt my children.

You are 47 years old. Time to stop the drugs, abusing your woman, and stay out of jail. Grow up.

Drama

Life is getting back to normal following my dad’s death, but now the drama has begun.  My half brother (we shared the same dad but have different mothers), who had not bothered to call or come see our dad in over 4 years, is now having a fit that some insurance policy was cancelled back in 2005. There was no, “OMG! My dad is gone. I’m so upset”  It was all about money.

The crazy part is he sent me a nasty fb message cursing me out and accusing me of having my “psycho” mom talk our dad into cancelling the policy and giving me the money to adopt our “foreign” children.  Ummm…no.  I never had any idea about any insurance policy, and my children are not foreign. They were born in America (Myirtle Beach, SC) and my husband and I paid the fees all on our own with our savings.

Help me! It’s about to get crazy.

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Why I Voted Trump

As much as it pained me to do so, I voted for Trump.  It came down to a case of the lesser of two evils.

I did not ignore his offensive talk about women. I simply remembered we also had a president doing raunchy deeds with an intern in the oval office.  No one seemed to care then. That president was allowed to stay in office, so it’s kind of hypocritical to make an issue of some dirty locker room talk between two males, when, in the end, either Trump or that particular former president was going to end up back in the White House anyway.

I voted for Trump because of his pro life stance, and hope he does appoint pro life judges.

I voted for him because he is a businessman experienced in financial issues, and maybe he can help our country’s economy.

His stance on immigration seems to be blown out of proportion by the liberal media.  Trump is not saying he doesn’t want Hispanics or Muslims in our country. He is saying he want’s them to come LEGALLY.  Seems fair to me.

Finally, I voted for Trump because I feel he will do his best to keep our nation safe.  I don’t see him sending classified material in an insecure manner and I doubt he would leave men to die after requests for help or more security.

So, I held my nose and voted.  I pray we can all come together now and give him a chance.