What good father would get a credit card issued in the names of his children,
and then charge all sorts of stuff on it for his generation to use, and then
hand them the bills to be paid?Obama has done EXACTLY that, not only
to his own children but every child in America.Our kids deserve
better! And his do too!
To TRUTH 2:26 p.m. Sept. 13, 2012Since I am a woman in her 60s,
would you please tell me why you think I would want rogaine/viagra. Further,
the funding for Planned Parenthood is for cancer screening and other health
issues. It is the same type of health-related funding for poor women that other
health facilities get. Or would you rather just let poor women all die if they
can't afford health treatments?
Furry pay for your own rogaine/viagra and why are we funding planned parenthood
if it is a private decision of a women withou the influence of govt....Sandra
Fluke is 30 yrs old, why don't you libs atart treating her like a real
women who is repsonsible for her own choices and not making her poor decisions
our responsiblilty....You can't call it personal if you advocate govt into
the decision!...makers vrs takers.
To TRUTH 11:42 a.m. Sept. 13, 2012The President isn't the one
imposing the war on women, and he's not the one who is trying to take away
a woman's right to control her fertility. That being said,
contraception, the morning-after pill (which is NOT an abortifact),
sterilization, abortion, etc., should be matters covered by insurance available
to every woman for no additional premium with contraception and the
morning-after pill being treated like any other preventative health care issue.
That way the woman, and not the government, would be paying for her decisions
from the same broad insurance pool that covers other gender-specific treatments
(like viagra, rogaine, etc.).
Furry your up in the night....whilem I do not agree with most everything you say
or the spin you apply....I do agree that it is none of the governments business,
and they should not be funding these private decisions of women......why does
Obama want to impose this war on women....if you want an abortion, you pay for
To TRUTH 11:10 a.m. Sept. 12, 2012There is exactly one reason for a
late-term abortion -- to save the life or health of the pregnant woman. If it
is neceessry to choose between an actual life-in-being (the pregnant woman) or
something that may become a life-in-being if it is born and draws a breath (the
product of gestation which is not yet a living being, a baby, or any of the
romanticized terminology people want to use), the actual life-in-being must win
every time.By the way -- what the President supports is the fact
that the pregnant woman, and not the government has the right to make this very
difficult decision. He wants to keep the governments "nose" out of a
womans reproductive decisions. You know -- free agency. The President's
support of free agency makes him a VERY good father.
Let me get this straight...Obama supports abortion including late term and you
think he is a good father?Anyone who votes to support late term abortion
is a coward, and anything but a good father.......I don't know about
Michelle but I guarantee you Ann Romney never had an abortion
When each of us are taking our last breaths we'll be thinking about our
families. Both men will know they did all they could for their them and that is
the greatest thing we can do while we're here. How someone views their job
performance is subjective. We need more men like these two and our society
would be much stronger.
Yes both Mitt and BO are good fathers ... and that is actually a good thing but
let's not get caught up in that....Jimmy Carter was a good dad too just a
miserable leader. Clinton was a disgraceful example to his family yet he was a
good president. I think the good dad thing can be acknowledged for both men and
then set aside. What we need is a good leader who understands economics and can
lower our debt and unemployment in a significant way and in that regard BO is a
To coleman51 10:36 p.m. Sept. 7, 2012The make-believe fairy tales
about Willard Romney may impress a few partisans, but those who know how lacking
in character he really is are not impressed. Maybe a little vetting on the
people's part will reveal how lacking the man really is.
Well, at least Aggielove does not buy into the fraud. Your make-believe fairy
tales about Barack Obama may impress a few partisans, but those who know how
lacking in character he really is are not impressed. Maybe a little vetting on
your part will reveal how lacking the man really is.
Practice what your preach at home, at the office barrackMay love his kids,
but that doesn't impress me much.Try living a full life of
goodness.Sorry, but I don't subscribe to the fairy tale
It's true. All the political rancor we stir here aside, they are both great
fathers and indeed great families.
Great article, and I'm really glad to see it. And the best part is this:
there are four families, two wealthy ones--Mitt and Ann's, and two
working-class ones, Michelle and the President's. Yet both couples have
managed to have wonderfully happy, loving marriages, two fulfilled, joyful,
loving mothers, and these terrific, loving fathers. Now, if this doesn't
give hope to every group in our country no matter who wins the election, that we
can still have joy in family life, I don't know what does. But we can take
these examples and at least have Love At Home.
@79UteAgree completely. I have many complaints about Romney but none of
them are related to his role as father or husband.
To Howard S. 2:38 p.m. Sept. 7, 2012Sorry, good fathers do not refer
to being "punished with a baby" as did the current occupant of the
WH.----------------------Anyone who grew up before women
were allowed to regulate their fertility (contraception), would recognize that
an unwanted pregnancy, and especially a pregnancy out of wedlock, was indeed
looked upon as a punishment for having sex.Wanting a baby makes the
pregnancy endurable. Being forced to gestate an unwanted pregnancy makes the
pregnancy hellacious to endure. Sorry. The President's comment was
correct and on-point.
Why am I not surprised that someone on this board would think of a way to slam
President Obama as a father. What a shocker. Modern day partisan:
"NOTHING my political opponent does in any facet of their lives is good. In
fact, they are 100% evil!"
Sorry, good fathers do not refer to being "punished with a baby" as did
the current occupant of the WH.
There is no better exemplar of family values than the family currently living in
the White House. If people would follow the example of the President and First
Lady, the world would be much, much better. Kudos to them for the way they
interact, and the way they raise their children.
Whatever one thinks of these two men, they are admirable fathers and husbands in
the opinions of the person best able to judge: their wives.