Quoting Quiverfull: The US is Like Nazi Germany?

 

 

Jim Bob Duggar speaking at this year’s Values Voter Summit earlier in the week – Jim Bob Duggar Compares US to Nazi Germany During The Holocaust

 

 

 

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QUOTING QUIVERFULL is a regular feature of NLQ – we present the actual words of noted Quiverfull leaders and ask our readers: What do you think? Agree? Disagree? This is the place to state your opinion. Please, let’s keep it respectful – but at the same time, we encourage readers to examine the ideas of Quiverfull honestly and thoughtfully.

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  • Lauren Borrero

    Yeah no…

  • Independent Thinker

    When Jim Bob says we, I am sure he means unmarried women and men. Us married women have laundry to do, diapers to change, and homeschooling lessons to teach. The only involvement we should have in politics is voting for the candidates of our husband choice. However, if we want to take the kids on a homeschooling field trip down to the local abortion clinic to hold a protest that’s fine as long as dinner is on the table when daddy gets home from work. (I am being sarcastic except for the abortion clinic homeschooling field trip part I actually know of groups that do that in Central Florida.)

  • http://www.hotforjesusformerfundie.blogspot.com/ Xtine

    The appropriation of the Holocaust by the Religious Right makes me sick to my stomach. And angry. Very.

  • Theo Darling

    Would it be possible to get a transcript on videos shared here in the future? Just asking because I’m having sound problems with my computer, but there are other reasons videos don’t work for everyone as well…

  • Suzanne Harper Titkemeyer

    Theo, whenever possible that’s what I do. But there wasn’t for this bit and I’m working two jobs right now so I didn’t have the time to do a full transcript on this end.

    BTW, I am going to a Ken Cucinelli political rally tomorrow morning featuring the Duggars. One of the signs I am bringing has to do with the Duggars using Nazis in their speeches. I seriously hope I am not arrested.

  • Theo Darling

    It’s not a big deal, no worries.

    And BRAVO

  • Edie Moore McGee

    If this were like Nazi Germany, would Jim Bob even be able to make speeches like that?

  • gimpi1

    That’s absolutely right, Edie. If President Obama was the dictator the far right makes him out to be, they would all have already been assassinated or shipped off to a political prison.

  • Madame

    I don’t hear him comparing the US to Nazi Germany, I hear him telling his friends not to just sit and watch when something bad is happening, but to do something about it. I don’t know what bad things he’s seeing, but as a rule, I agree with him. It’s our passivity that allows evil.

  • $66283444

    I agree, Madame. I assume he’s talking about making abortion illegal, but “Why didn’t somebody do something?” can apply to many situations: drugs, crime, safety of our neighborhoods, education, etc.