Tuesday, June 23, 2015

GOP civil war: Intense crackdown on conservatives

GOP civil war: Intense crackdown on conservatives

Common saying in the churches I have grown up in:

If you and I are exactly alike, one of us is not necessary.

The Supreme Court and Marriage

June 2015 Phyllis Schlafly Report - Eagle Forum

"The use of same-sex marriage to attack Christian businesses, but not businesses run by members of other religions, demonstrates what is really driving the demand for a new constitutional right to same-sex marriage. It is simply the latest attempt to destroy Christian institutions and discredit Christian beliefs....(tyranny always goes after the Christians first.- BT)

"...A Supreme Court decision that strikes down state marriage laws wouldn’t just be a defeat for marriage. It would also limit our First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion...(it would be the government telling us what we are and are not allowed to believe- the very definition of religious persecution.)

"...Our Founding Fathers recognized the dangers of religious persecution, so they guaranteed in the Bill of Rights that all Americans can freely exercise their faith. They view religious freedom as a natural right, essential to everyone’s full participation in our political process. Religious freedom is now at risk....

"...History, social science research, and common sense have taught us a few truths about the best way to raise a family. (This is a second point, after religious freedom) Children do best when they grow up raised by their biological father and mother. They benefit from the stability that marriage provides, and need both the father’s masculine and the mother’s feminine presence.

"These advantages add up to a brighter future. Children raised by their mother and father commit fewer crimes and do better in school. And when these children grow up, they are more likely to marry and maintain intact families, and give their kids the same family advantages they
had." (Of course, these children raised in stable families are not in need of government help, which reduces the power of the government. If there is one thing the government can't stand it's not being able to control us.)

The “It Can Wait” Phenomenon

The “It Can Wait” Phenomenon | CBMW | The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

"What so many women are sadly finding today is that the pool of men dries up in their thirties, and their biological clocks don’t pause so they can advance their career in their twenties."

You will never "feel" ready to be married or be a parent. So use your brain:

  • The average age for a woman to lose her virginity used to be about 18, on her wedding night. Now it's, uhhh, 18, but in the backseat of a car. The only thing that has changed there is the attitude from "sex is the most wonderful of wedding gifts" to "sex is a cheap toy to played with with every Tom, Dick, and Harry."
  • The time in a woman's life when she has the biggest choice of mates is usually in her late teens or early twenties (young men tend to die off in wars and stupid accidents, while men age faster and die younger from ill health, severely limiting the pool of mates as we get older). So the wise woman will look at her pool of choice and pick the best candidate available and hold onto him for dear life (and men who are married are more successful, healthier and happier too.)
  • The time in a woman's life when it is safest for her to start having her babies is her twenties. Teens tend to diet to hide a pregnancy too much for safety (there's that age delay thing playing in. When women married in their mid teens they didn't need to hide a pregnancy and so weren't unhealthy.) If you wait until your thirties to start the baby life, you have about a 50/50 chance of infertility, after 40 it's about 80% chance, and after 50 it's 100%. In fact, marrying young (18-20) and immediately starting your family is the healthiest option if you ever intend to marry and have a family.
  • ALL methods of hormonal or surgical birth-control have side-effects, some lethal. On the other hand, every baby you have lowers your risk of cancer by 2%, while every year you nurse lowers your risk by 9% (I should live forever, lol) Doctors during the transition from a "culture of life" to the "birth-control culture" noticed that women who had large families were healthier than those who didn't. We now have increasing proof that that is absolutely true. Every baby leaves behind Fetal Stem Cells that have now been observed healing ailments in Mamma. Like, maybe, God designed us to "be fruitful and multiply" or something. 
  • You can go to college at any age. In fact, it is easier and more profitable when you are older, more financially stable, and have a clearer idea of what you like and don't like (can't tell you how often I have read about people hating the field they chose to study after high school and having to go back to college anyway to retrain into something they do like now that they are mature!)
  • You can always start a new career. In fact, the most rewarding careers are generally those begun AFTER 50. 
Looking at these facts it becomes obvious that the feminists are full of bologna. Smart women;

  • Get married as soon as possible.
  • Have babies as soon as possible.
  • Have LOTS of babies.
  • Go to college as you approach menopause. Save for it so you can do it without the crippling debt the kids are acquiring.
  • Enjoy your career while you are enjoying your grandkids!

The Power of Biblical Paleontology