Sunday, May 12, 2013

Socialists & Mother's Day

It is ironic that after an act of Congress on May 8, 1914, it was Socialist President Woodrow Wilson that issued the proclamation declaring the second Sunday in May to be Mother's Day each year.  It was particularly interesting since women did not even gain the right to vote until 1920.  The day was actually supposed to honor Mom's, with flags flown, that had lost a son in war.  Boy have we come a long way from the original intention of Mother's Day, which was commercialized in a big way by 1948.   Most important, secular Socialists declared war on traditional Mom's when female Baby Boomers burned their bras in the sixties in the name of Women's Liberation.  Family life has never been the same since. 

Since then, traditional Mom's have often been portrayed by Socialists and the left wing lame stream media as somehow stupid for deciding to stay home to raise children, rather than work and farm their kids out to day care, often at government expense.   Government has caused the need for a two income family by imposing all sorts of taxes that often make it impossible for Mom to stay home and care for the kids.  And, the notion of traditional marriage is often portrayed as an antiquated concept, as 7 out of 10 Black babies and 4 out of 10 White babies are born out of wedlock, many times into poverty requiring care by Big Brother, the federal government.   This is all by Socialist design. 

And, then there is abortion.  For some bizarre reason, Socialists, like President Obama and his pals in Congress, defend a woman's right to choose abortion often right up until birth, including partial birth abortion, which is down right infanticide and a crime against humanity.   Since Roe V Wade in 1973, there have been 50 million abortions, usually performed by government funded Planned Parenthood, which is nothing more than an abortion mill.   What has our nation come to when killing babies is accepted as the norm. 

Mother's Day should be a day to celebrate life, instead of death, sadness and dysfunction.   We should honor our Mom's, especially those that have stayed home to care for children.   There is no more sacred duty than raising a loving, healthy family in a two parent home with a Mom and a Dad.  I know, I know Ozzie and Harriet are long dead; but those really were Happy Days as opposed to what we have today, which is very often dysfunctional families in crisis.   

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