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[re: voting for a woman for president]

No! Whether it be a president or a prime minister or a preist. makes no diference. Still No! Although I should note that when a man holds such a position I would rather he was married to a strong woman. I beleave men are supposed to do these jobs,But I do not beleave that he should do them without a strong woman to hold him up. (Note that there is a difference between holding someone up and making all the choices for him)

Just think if Ragan was not married? He might have tried to incorprate his job into all his movies. Or Clinton might have tried to legalize adultry. I beeave God made women for many role,s that men cannot perform. Ok one is way too obvious But I hope you get my point

Alastair, Bibleforums.org 29 Comments [1/4/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Darth Wang

No, I really don't.

1/4/2006 8:56:40 PM

Just Rick

Once again we see the religious ignore anything that might contradict what they have been indoctrinated with. The simple idea that a woman is more than a homemaker is beyond their comprehension because they refuse to even think about it.

This reminds me of that commercial where David Spade tells his customers over and over \"No\". Doesn't matter if they have a valid point or not the answer is always no.


1/4/2006 9:34:11 PM

Dragon

... I don't want to meet the kind of woman that'd marry him.

1/4/2006 11:01:23 PM

Dragon

... I don't want to meet the kind of woman that'd marry him.

1/4/2006 11:01:43 PM

Polymerase

Um, if Clinton wasn't married, why would he *need* to legalize adultery?

And as an aside, does anyone even know whether adultery is considered criminally prosecutable these days?

1/4/2006 11:50:41 PM

David D.G.

Polymerase #9894

<< And as an aside, does anyone even know whether adultery is considered criminally prosecutable these days? >>

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No, it is not -- at least, not in the United States. I wish to heck there were some way of prosecuting cheating spouses for their behavior, but there seems to be no support for the idea.


~David D.G.

1/4/2006 11:59:06 PM

Bum

I'm trying to imagine Reagan if he wasn't married. Considering that he was senile for the last few years of holding office and his wife pretty much ran everything anyways, it's not a pretty picture.

If anything, I daresay that presidency is good proof that a woman CAN run the nation, since Nancy did do all the work.

1/5/2006 12:07:48 AM

Nekhbet

Remember; A woman's place is in the House, the Senate and eventually the Oval Office, I'm sure we couldn't fuck it up any worse than the guys have. BTW I think Nancy Reagan had the help of the best astrologer money could buy to help her run the country when Ronnie was incapacitated

1/5/2006 1:42:07 AM

glyptodon

Polymerase: Haha, good call.

Ummm, so he could cheat with married women?

1/5/2006 3:07:49 PM

Ted

<i>I wish to heck there were some way of prosecuting cheating spouses for their behavior, but there seems to be no support for the idea.</i>

No, you don't. You really, really don't. It opens the legal door for government ability to determine when a person can have sex, and with whom.

Government must never again be allowed back into anyone consenting adults' bedroom under any circumstance after Lawrence v. Texas.

1/6/2006 10:53:56 PM

roadrunner570

I'm a Christian, and was raised with some of these same beliefs, but after some good time in prayer and studying the Bible, I do not get this whole inferior woman thing at all. If anyone has read the book of Luke, Jesus elevates women to a level equal to men at least, something not even heard of for that region at that time. So I'm not sure how so many modern Christians manage to get this inferiority thing from it.

1/8/2006 12:23:40 AM

TDR

Alastair - fuck off, you nong.

1/9/2006 9:32:06 PM

Joe

Misogynists can't stand the thought of having a woman above them in any way.

1/13/2006 7:08:40 PM

g-21-lto

>>Misogynists can't stand the thought of having a woman above them in any way.<<

A shame, since the guys I'm above generally seem to like it.

>>But I hope you get my point<<

After reading back over your post a few times, no, I really don't.

1/14/2006 5:42:53 PM

Bob Blablah

Learn to spell. Please?

1/15/2006 7:33:51 PM

ez-c

If Reagan wasn't married, he might not have used Nancy's personal astrologer to make his important decisions for him.

1/16/2006 4:36:39 AM

David D.G.

Ted #10182

<< <i>I wish to heck there were some way of prosecuting cheating spouses for their behavior, but there seems to be no support for the idea.</i>

No, you don't. You really, really don't. It opens the legal door for government ability to determine when a person can have sex, and with whom.

Government must never again be allowed back into anyone consenting adults' bedroom under any circumstance after Lawrence v. Texas. >>

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(*sigh*) Yeah, I guess you're right.

It bugs me, though. Cheaters deserve punishment of some kind (preferably, in my opinion, severe).


~David D.G.

1/16/2006 4:18:31 PM

WritingIsMyReligion

Give us the House, Senate, and the White House. I'm sure we couldn't frig it up any worse than it already is, thanks to some white male Republicans...

1/16/2006 5:03:01 PM

Mimi

Read your Bible: In the OT Deborah was a judge and prophetess in Israel. Moron.

1/18/2006 5:30:59 PM

SaneChick

Hey, dipshit, adultry is legal.

Personally, I'd like to institute a minimum IQ for the presidency, but that isn't going to happen either.

11/30/2006 9:26:58 PM

Marlowe

Wait... does this guy believe Reagan was still making movies as president?
WOW.

7/3/2008 11:19:17 AM

Delirium

@ Mimi

Don't forget Phoebe, who was mentioned in one of Paul's letters.

Also, there have been plenty of great women leaders throughout history. Has this guy ever heard of Theodora (who was a Christian) or Boudicca?

7/3/2008 1:25:52 PM



Too late for Margaret Tatcher, I guess. And men or women who hold positions of power are adviced by wise people, of course, AND they need supportive spouses, no doubt, but that´s not essential. It´s they who take decisions. And maybe, just maybe, if you learned to spell, you´d have more credibility. However.............

1/7/2012 10:21:54 AM

Joker

I do wonder what Alastair thinks of Margaret Thatcher, the Iron Lady, close friend to Reagan and one of the most prominent conservative figures of the 20th century, or is she a special case?

1/7/2012 10:59:30 AM

Canadiest

"He might have tried to incorprate his job into all his movies"

Methinks this guy thinks Ronald Reagan the actor was in the same time frame as Ronald Reagan, President. The president signed in three bills today while on the set of "Bonzo Lobbies for the Banana industry".

"Clinton might have tried to legalize adultry"
There's no law against it, no fines or incartiration applicable however it is a breach of trust under the marriage contract, usable only by the spouse.

1/9/2012 8:39:28 AM
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