Glenn Beck has an interesting perspective and makes a good point . . . Why is it on Mother's Day we all talk about how great our moms are? Why is it on Mother's Day you don't have the wringing of the hands and you don't have the "My mom wasn't there for me," but you do on Father's Day. Why is it on Mother's Day it's the number one long distance day but not on Father's Day? Father's Day's not number 2. Why is it on Mother's Day everybody goes out, runs and tries to do something special for mom but Dad gets a tie, almost an afterthought.
On TV this weekend they are running movies on one channel and the theme is Good Dad, Bad Dad. There will be plenty of moron, doofus dad role models in action running 24/7. No different than any other day or night on TV.
Modern day American women think that men are basically good for the sperm donation and paycheck but truly feel they should play no part in raising kids. A recent study put that number at 40% of modern day moms. We live in a culture, thanks to feminism and Oprah, where we worship and glorify mommyhood. Women are so special for simply having a birthing canal. Women are cheating on husbands and blowing up families at an epidemic rate. They firmly believe their kids will be better off without their Dad and can be replaced by any TOM, Dick or Harry (or Sally) or Suzie until the next paycheck comes around. Good moms that put their kids’ best interest first are hard to find.
We have a judiciary and government made up of feminists or men cowering to them. We have courts and social systems that are well oiled daddyectomy machines. The court routinely strips kids of their dads for profit without any laws broken or any proven abuse. Father’s rights are a joke and plainly non existent. It is an accepted and routine practice now in the legal field. The Bar Association is a Misandrist Machine.
So, here’s to you Dad. Thanks for helping me MAN up. Here’s to you mom for sticking by him so I could have a Dad and here’s to all the kids out there this weekend without a Dad because of you modern day moms. Happy Father’s Day.