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Women and voting

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Salty, Feb 26, 2016.

  1. Salty

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    Before my dad died my eldest brother and he were discussing politics and what women base their votes on.

    My brother said, "We should never have given them the vote!"

    To which my dad replied, "We should never have taught them to talk!"

    Needless to say, my mother, listening from the other room had the last word. And it wasn't at all pretty! :D :D :D
     
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    Very interesting ideas! Don't really know whether I agree or not, but definitely something to think about.

    I DO totally agree with her concept of the "modern" roles of men/women being so twisted from The Creator's intent, and the results that only satan could love!
     
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    I have said before that I would give up my right to vote if it would undo all the damage that feminism has done to this country. I've also always been curious about how many homes have been disenfranchised due to wives and husbands canceling out each other's vote. Now I do vote but I told my husband when we got married that I would never cancel out his vote.

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    Yeah, Spurgeon reports in his Autobiography that his predecessor John Gill would not have become pastor of their church without the votes of the women:

     
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