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His Point/Her Point: Too much concern over lingerie
by Blaine Nichols
Aug 12, 2011 | 968 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Seriously, we are worrying about lingerie in plain sight? We think children are irreparably harmed when they sneak a peak at what all females – their sisters, mothers, and grandmothers are wearing?

Really? Are we to the point that we worry about a retail shop in Kaysville and ignore the really important issues facing our children?

That issue is the future…their future.

Hey, Kaysville, if you want to protect children, let them know if they want to purchase steaks and lobsters and frozen pizzas, they should not rely on the government. They should get a job.

If they want to have basic medical services, they should get a job. (Don’t wait for ObamaCare; it will be repealed when the GOP retains its majority in the next election.)

If they want to have the Xbox 360 and the plasma TVs – the epitome of the advertised “good life” – get a job. Don’t expect the government to give you a “career” cleaning trash from the roadways, painting or repairing public housing or doing other tasks for the common good. Just get a job.

If you want to assert your independence, get a job. Steer away from the assistance checks provided by the government agencies to help you ease your way through life. Embrace your existence – and find a job.

These are values we should be instilling in our children. We should be worrying about the violation of constitutional rights, not self-esteem. We should be concerned about embracing the principles of freedom, not worrying about children seeing bras in a shop window.

If we’re worried about paying for other people’s mistakes, let’s make sure those mistakes don’t lure children into the concept of “free and easy money” fostered by government programs.

Our children face choices. Many of them are bad choices which will impact their life and the lives of their children.

These decisions will also impact the future of our country.

Yes, there is evil.

But this evil is more than what a child sees in a window at a lingerie store.

Teach your children what is right about the American dream. Then maybe we won’t have to worry about lingerie.

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