Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Be careful what you wish for

1 Peter 3:4b with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God.

A brawl broke out the other night in the WNBA. One player was carted off the court in a wheel chair! I saw a WNBA player on the ESPY's the other day and it was gross. The lady looked more masculine and muscular than most men you will ever meet.

This is what women are fighting for? To be just like the men. There is a great scripture in Psalms that talks about people becoming like the gods that they worship. Ever since I was a kid, women have been struggling to be "equal" to men in everything.

I feel sorry for women in that they are becoming just like us, faults included. I am always amazed at the women who work for $9 an hour while they pay the childcare $6 an hour.

For $3 an hour, or about $100 bucks a week, families trade having someone else raise their children. And then at 5 or 6 AMAZINGLY, Jimmy and Suzie have ADHD so the medicating begins. But at least Suzy gets to play in Soccer, golf, basketball, volleyball, and track...

I am not saying girls can't play sports or that women can't work. I am simply stating what appears to be a lost minor detail in our country today...common sense.

The emporor has no clothes, but we assuage ourselves because mommy is working now which means even though the kids are raised by strangers, at least they have gap clothes, Nike sneakers, and money to go to basketball camp.


Arthur Sido said...

That's how our women roll in D-Town!

Joe VonDoloski said...

I suppose,

Boys will be...girls