by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin from Visionary Daughters – The History of Womanhood That Feminist’s Don’t Want You To Know
Editor’s note: That’s some quality blaming and shaming going on in the piece below. They really have an axe to grind in this article with Nancy Pelosi and the Affordable Care Art. At least they aren’t babbling on and on about clothing and makeup to honor God I suppose.
In many ways, our pajama-wearing, text-messaging, Me-generation is America’s weak generation of women. To paraphrase de Tocqueville’s quote, if you were to ask us now to what we would attribute the singular weakness and growing apostasy of America, we might say, to the selfishness and pettiness of their women. We’ve forgotten how to build strength into a nation; our idea of “power” is to leave the next generation for others to raise, ramrod through Health Care Bills most Americans don’t want, and put men out of a job.
But we will continue to feel good about where we are now as long as we continue to be ignorant about where we came from. It’s certainly easier to be excited about how “intelligent,” “educated,” and “valued” women are when we lose the historical point of comparison.
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