i don't see bryan's posts unless someone replys, and after reading this
tirade... he is so angry that you have children, i begin to wonder if its
envy that you have them and he doesn't have or doesn't have as many as he
wants... i find that often when people have such a violent reaction its
because they are jealous/enviios because they lack whatever quality they are
disrespecting... fact is i can't begin to conmprehend caring for that many
and i can't understand how my sister did/does it, but since i was in control
of my choices i guess that makes all the difference... Lee
"Ranée at Arabian Knits" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> On Jul 20, 1:54 pm, Miche <michei...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> In article
>> Bryan<bryangsimm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > On top of that, she breeds more like an
>> > animal than like a civilized human, while wanting to deny reproductive
>> > rights to other American women who don't want to fill the planet with
>> > as many souls as possible, no matter the extra suffering and
>> > environmental destruction.
>> It's her right to believe and vote as she wishes, just as it is for you.
> Sorry to reply out of thread order. I marked this read and didn't
> want to try to retrieve it.
> I find it more than a little ironic that someone who claims, by
> implication anyway, that it is wrong to deny reproductive rights to
> women seems to have a problem with a woman exercising that right to have
> more than the approved number of children. If I were a wagering woman,
> I'd bet that he supports legal limits on number of children, government
> led sterilization and the like. I also find it hilarious that he cites
> environmental damage in defense of his position, when our family has a
> smaller carbon footprint than most childless couples in the U.S., in
> part because we do things such as make our own detergents, aren't huge
> consumers or purchasers of items with loads of packaging and do as much
> as we can on our own.
> Rest assured, though, that I am an only child from my parents, Rich
> is one of two, but his brother was adopted. That gives us two extras,
> right? So, now we're up to four. Our children's godparents, though,
> have not had biological children, but adopted, and offered us their
> share of biological children, so that gets us up to six. Rich's brother
> only had one, that leaves us with another extra, bringing us to seven.
> There's still room for more, though, as many of our friends have
> either had no children or only one.
> Ranee @ Arabian Knits
> "She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands." Prov 31:13