You know, it's kind of the same for all groups, I believe. She would be more accepted as a "Native American" if she had actually spent a good deal of her life helping out her tribe, fighting for Native American issues, etc. But she's just using the label to be a charletain. Obama does the same thing - he only identifies with "black" issues when it suits him ("my boy would have looked like Trayvon), but he's spent his life trying to form the kind of government that would re-enslave blacks and minorities.
Liberals seem to do the same with the term "American." They claim to be patriots only when they need the Constitution to protect their rights to speak and protect their rights to privacy and iPads, but those same individuals spend their weekend burning flags, protesting our military and pissing on the very same constitution.
If I were a Cherokee, I'd be pissed at this woman too. Not because she isn't full blooded (or anywhere near it), but she's clearly a poser and a user, and doing so at the expense of others who those affirmative action rules were designed for.
Exactly :) I'm glad she went ahead and had the kids baptized. The salvation of their precious little souls is more important than what a controlling ex-husband wants.
Leslie Anne, I appreciate your sentiment however, for my concern over your soul and Biblical decision, I must counter that a parent having a child baptized has no impact on that child's salvation. We do not have all of the facts in this case so rendering a decision is inappropriate. However, the two had post-marital counseling regarding this issue and the father wanted the children to be older to be baptized to understand what they were actually doing. Given that limited information, as eternal salvation goes, the calling is directly from Jesus to the child with baptism subsequently occurring as a profession of that faith. Please understand there is no Biblical precedent or requirement for children to be baptized as infants or toddlers to secure their salvation. In all kindness and sincerity, I urge you to study this matter further.
Fine. There's no rule saying they can't be baptized twice. The father can baptize them again at an older age. Problem solved.
I'm still glad she had them baptized--when in doubt, baptize :)
March 22, 2012 at 1:05pm
In the meantime, my life has been destroyed by illegal aliens taking the construction jobs. Had to move everything I own into a rented room in someone else’s house and now living on beans and chicken. For three years it’s been hell just trying to stay alive and out from under a bridge. Thanks, I.C.E. for absolutely ruining my life…
Patriot4ever, - "I don‘t want anybody else to pay for it and I can’t afford it myself, so that’s the end of that."
I'm 67 and in full agreement. Even if you have health insurance, there are no guarantees of having a long life. And we have the right to accept or reject medical treatment we do not want.
March 11, 2012 at 11:54am
So since when did Newt denounce being a “Realpolitik Wilsonian”?
yep............. better to have been a tingle up somebodys leg
February 7, 2012 at 5:27pm
GUILTY as charged. This Obamma-lamma-ding-dong administration is purposefully destroying OUR country and will do anything to get it done. We The People must be willing to do anything within our Constitutional Rights to stop them.