Subservient

These tweets have made the rounds of conservative social, cable and broadcast media.

Which doesn’t mean they don’t need to be splattered far and wide.

Berg’s Seventh Law is omnipresent:

“Irony” – Judge Coney Barrett is already one of the nation’s most powerful jurists, even if she never gets on the SCOTUS (and here’s hoping she does, and soon). She’s accomplished more in her life, so far, than any of the people yapping on Twitter about “The Handmaids Tale” “parallels” in her faith life.

Just saying – if “People of Praise” preaches “subservience for women”, they’re doing a terrible job of it.

Oh, yeah – Berg’s Seventh Law”

If the left didn’t have double standards…

…well, you know where we go from here.

6 thoughts on “Subservient

  1. I wanted her over Kavanaugh, so I am looking forward to her as well. Looking at her decisions, she seems to be level headed.

  2. “You know, Iā€™m not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette.”
    Said Hillary, literally standing by her man in a 1992 interview.
    Tammy Wynette, FYI, married and divorced 5 times. She left her first husband because he told her to give up her dream of becoming a professional singer.
    So, you see, feminists have always had problems with feminism.

  3. For my part, it’s refreshing to hear modern “women’s advocates” admit what many of us have suspected all along; they are indeed against the central thing that makes a woman a woman, the act of bearing and caring for children. Are they interested in the actual well-being and elevation of women? Nah. They are interested in enacting their preferred view of society, no matter how miserable that might be for the average woman.

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