January 21st 2007, 04:48 PM #1
The New Democratic Voting Bloc for Mothers in Politics
Mothers and supporters of mothers who are political leaders.
It's interesting the thing this new group of mother in politics have "found" a new way to get elected. Promote their motherhood. But each of these (Mother Nancy, Mother Barbara and Mother Hillary) has shown themselves to contradict what motherhood stands for.
Click for article.
Human embryos are living human beings precisely because they possess the single defining feature of human life that is lost in the moment of death—the ability to function as a coordinated organism rather than merely as a group of living human cells. Maureen L. Condic (Click Here)Government by the people is always preferable to government by the judiciary. Brian Fahling Senior trial attorney for the Center for Law & PolicyThe philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next. Abraham LincolnUnless you say, "Yes, I'm a sinner who needs forgiveness" and accept God's free gift of salvation, your answer is "No" by default. We report, you decide.
- If each of them had aborted their children, would they be mothers?
- If Condi Rice has no children, does she not exemplify what Nancy, Barbara and Hillary satnd for? So why was she criticized for not having children?
- Hillary just thinks she can use that to get elected. The latest polls tell her so.
January 21st 2007, 04:53 PM #2
Re: The New Democratic Voting Bloc for Mothers in PoliticsOriginally posted by OneFollowingHim
I really see this contradiction. Why do they proclain their high regards for motherhood, and also regard abortion as sacrosanct? Contradiction it is!
By Vagabonder in forum General Theistics 101Replies: 5Last Post: March 26th 2008, 11:41 AM
By JillPole in forum Home Economics 101Replies: 7Last Post: January 10th 2007, 12:43 PM
By Cu Mhorrigan in forum Wicca | Neo-pagan ReligionsReplies: 1Last Post: May 14th 2006, 03:09 PM
By Rusty T in forum Civics 101Replies: 11Last Post: November 18th 2003, 07:18 PM