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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Prayer circle jamboree

It's been a while since I've looked in on my Prayer Warriors, plus I added a few more to their ranks. Let's welcome these fresh new faces to the Prayer Circle by highlighting some of their more inspired work.
  • Phyllis Schlafley warns us of the latest attempt by feminists to turn our military into a bunch of patchouli-scented she-males. The first insidious step is having Wellesley College Centers for Women comment on the establishment of Office of the Victim Advocate (OVA) at the Pentagon; the next step, is of course, gender Armageddon. Of particular concern for me is this:
    A Pentagon OVA would make it easy for a woman to destroy the military career of any man by a simple accusation, whether or not it is true or proven. Motives to stick the knife in a man are endless, including rejection after a relationship gone sour, disappointment when he resists her advances, an unwanted pregnancy, preventing the man from getting joint custody of his child, resentment about an unpleasant assignment, or envy because she was passed over for promotion.
    Those feminist she-wolves are notorious for coming on to their male supervisors. I can only hope Rumsfeld stands up to the feminist menace by not watching the PBS special that Phyllis goes on to mention.
  • At Human Events Online, Larry Kelly dares to state the obvious consequence of California's refusal of the Schwarzenegger initiatives: Islamic insurrection!
  • The Town Hall pundits have been prayer warriors since day one, but Star Parker's piece for them this week deserves to be singled out for praise. In marking the passing of Rosa Parks, Star asks, "What Would Rosa Do?" and concludes that she'd fight for the privatization of Social Security, school vouchers, and the removal of federal minimum wage laws.


  • At November 15, 2005 9:19 AM, Anonymous Lynnie said…

    Phyliss is always protecting our men from those feminazi's that don't understand men's manly needs.

  • At November 15, 2005 3:18 PM, Blogger Travis said…

    Dear Nancy,

    I don't recall seeing Ms. Shlafley's name on the rolls of those of us who actually served our country. Remind me again just exactly why she gets a vote on this matter.

  • At November 16, 2005 4:44 PM, Anonymous Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Phyllis did a bang-up job of protecting the suburbs of Saint Louis from communist infiltration. If Condi can get an oil tanker named after her, I don't see why there can't be a USS Phyllis.


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