Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Wouldn't want to be her child ....

but then, maybe she didn't want to be a mother. The combativeness of her position speaks volumes.

4 comments:

Rebecca said...

Can you believe this woman?

Amy said...

Ick, ick, ick. *shudder*

I'm sure she really appeals to the "it's all about ME" kind of women - it's a crying shame that too many women find out that it ISN'T all about "them" too late or even not at all...

Leslie in Springfield said...

A friend once made a comment that I didn't earn any money. I icily responded that, at the very least, I "earned" whatever portion of my husband's salary he would otherwise be spending on daycare if I didn't take care of the kids.

While I still take issue with the low value our culture places on child care, teaching, and other child-related careers, mothers who perform these tasks themselves *are* taking on real jobs. What would this woman say about a man or woman who chose to become a teacher? A day care director? We can't *all* be lawyers and doctors, even if we wanted to be-- who would take care of the one child we each produced?? Political agendas aside, this woman doesn't even think logically.

Theresa said...

What a horrid woman. She is so entrenched in her "feminist" ideology that she can't even see the damage it has done to children and families, and to women, the very ones the movement was meant to "liberate." She needs to wake up and smell the truth. Childeren need mothers a whole lot more than the workforce needs additional drones.