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Thursday, March 02, 2006

4,000 years of defying God's law

It's not as though we Christians need any additional evidence for our case against feminists or illegal immigrants (saying they're from "Latin" America while not speaking a word of that Holiest of languages is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the treacheries of these people). However, further confirmation of their morally corrosive effects has come to light -- and what's more outrageous, it's being given the red carpet treatment as a museum exhibit!
Archaeological finds from Mexico and Peru show that, long before Europeans arrived, women served as warriors, governors and priestesses.

An exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution's Arthur M. Sackler Gallery includes little pottery jugs and massive stone images portraying women in a variety of roles in addition to traditional homemakers and care givers.

"Women were not only daughters, wives, mothers and grandmothers, but also healers, midwives, scribes, artists, poets, priestesses, warriors, governors and even goddesses in pre-Columbian society," said Judy L. Larson, director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, in announcing the exhibit.
Do we want to welcome that sort of thing into our country, even on a temporary basis? Here we have startling proof of the threat these people present to the Values that Our Christian Nation was founded upon, yet even my beloved Catholic Church is welcoming them with open arms. It's no understatement to say that if we keep importing this willful disregard for gender roles, we'll end up with a female pope or President Hillary (or worse yet: Pope Hillary!) before we know it. Christians, don't let this happen. Praise Him!

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