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This is rich: Bristol Palin attacks Wendy Davis

derpes is not an STD, hypocrisy

This shouldn’t go without notice.

Texas legislator, pro-choice activist and candidate for governor Wendy Davis has drawn the red-hot ire of conservatives across America for acting like herself – in Texas. Clearly this will not do. If there’s one thing we know about Texas regarding liberals it’s SHUT UP. And WE HAVE GUNS YA KNOW you wait and see. Which is why Wendy Davis is already a hero.

And as long as she doesn’t run off screaming into the night – which would be an option, at least for me, seeing as how it’s Texas I mean my god – the attacks on her are only going to get more and more vicious.

But Republicans have been like this for years. Wendy would be the first to tell you she’s used to it. What’s of interest now is who would be the latest to get down on all fours and start snapping at Davis’ heels.

Dear Wendy Davis, You Can Have a Job and Kids
Bristol’s Blog | January 24, 2014

If you aren’t paying attention to Texas politics right now, join the crowd. But the Democrat running for governor is just so awful you have to pay attention…

Turns out, she lied about much of her “pulling herself up by her own bootstraps” story. Actually, she found a man to marry her, pay her way through college, and then through Harvard Law School. The day after he paid the last bill, she left him. By the way, she left her kids too.

Just who would criticize Wendy Davis about her honesty, responsibility and motherhood? Bristol Palin. The 23 year-old famous for getting pregnant in high school, regretting nothing and commencing a nationwide tour to tell her cohorts to stay celibate though teen abstinence is “not realistic at all.” Notwithstanding the gentle remonstrations of the Ombudsman To The Fairer Sex, Todd Kincannon, self-awareness is not yet Bristol’s great strength.

Nonetheless she’s a high school graduate now, as well as a two-time failed Dancing With the Stars contestant, so she speaks from a boundless well of life experience that simply can’t be contained when faced with all the things she will never do. Like getting into Harvard Law School. Or graduating junior college. Or getting hired at Taco Ball where brains and character, rather than your family name and likelihood to obsess Andrew Sullivan, are what really matter.

A woman whose ambition and ego were so big she couldn’t have both a career and kids at the same time.

Gosh, children are sooo inconvenient, huh? I’m glad my mother didn’t put motherhood on the shelf when she was elected to City Council, then became our mayor, then Governor…

She left her kid, husband, made it into a false “made-for-tv-movie-type-tale” and then demanded that Texans have the right to kill babies. That’s the woman you libs can really get behind!

Let me be clear. I think it’d be so nice to have a husband take care of me, and my son, so I could attend school. (Any school — let alone, Harvard!)

Oh Bristol you never know. Has Larry Summers read your Twitter feed?

She goes on: “feminism is a farce. If you truly believe in strong, independent women…” blah blah. But there is an upside to Bristol’s attack. Yes she’s being nasty and hypocritical as hell, but then there’s a moral to the story: It is a bad idea to presume to speak for someone’s children. To presume to speak for the children of a political opponent, in particular. It’s entirely possible the kids might not see themselves as the hopeless victims you felt so compelled to pity. Hell, nothing of everything you say might even remotely be true:

Open Letter from Dru Davis

…I can tell you that my mom was a remarkable mother and continues to be so to this day. She was there on my first day of school and my last, and so many days in between. She never missed a school performance or a parent teacher conference. Even if that meant she had to miss something else important. My sister and I were always her first priority. She was there when I needed her and even when I thought I didn’t. My mom was my Brownie Troop leader. I still remember camping out in the backyard with my troop after our trip was cancelled because of bad weather. She was also my field hockey team mom during my senior year of high school, not to mention that she went with me to every single field hockey camp, tryout, program that I ever had. She helped me sort through college possibilities, helped me with my applications and visited colleges with me…

Older sis:

Open Letter from Amber Davis

…After graduating at the top of her class at TCU, she went on to Harvard law school. Dru and I lived with her the first semester but our parents soon realized that it would be better if we stayed in our childhood home in Texas, be around extended family and attend our regular schools. This was a decision made by both parents. I have recently heard the phrase “abandoned” quite often in the past week. That our mother “left us to be raised by our father” while she went on to pursue her education. Not only is this ridiculously unfair; it’s completely untrue. Dru and I have always been her number one priority. Always. And every decision our parents made was with our best interests at heart. We had an amazing support system while she was at Harvard and she was constantly traveling back and forth from school to be with us. I’m proud that my parents were able to make this arrangement work. People should be less concerned about who paid for what and pay more attention to the fact that she was accepted to Harvard law school, a dream she believed was unachievable…

May I just say? That was well done Bristol. As a fan of Sen. Davis I’m pleased to have you on the other side trying to make Wendy the far-flung and hard-working law school bitch too lazy to pay her own way or earn the love and respect of her children who stupidly defend and love and respect her probably because she always loved them back. And because she was always there for them, day after day, year after year, Jane Fonda, Communism etc. But feel free to correct her daughters at any time as you see fit. Because I’m betting if there’s anyone who can speak with any authority about the life of their mom, Wendy Davis, it’s you.

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A good reason to hate Nebraska

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This is horrible.

The girl, who is not named in the opinion, was living with foster parents this year when a juvenile court terminated the parental rights of her biological parents, who had physically abused and neglected her. In a closed hearing this summer, she told Douglas County District Judge Peter Bataillon she was 10 weeks pregnant and asked for a court order allowing an abortion. She said she would not be able to financially support a child and feared she might lose her foster placement if her foster parents, whom she described as having strong religious beliefs, learned of her pregnancy.

Unfortunately she lives in Nebraska.

Nebraska law was changed in 2011 from requiring minors to inform parents of an abortion to requiring them to get the written, notarized consent of a parent or guardian. Exceptions are limited to cases of abuse by the parent or guardian, medical emergencies and instances in which the minor is sufficiently mature and well-informed to decide whether to have an abortion.

If a woman isn’t “sufficiently mature and well-informed” then she should be forced to have a child? What a crock of lard. What if she’s insufficiently healthy, should she have twins? What if she’s developmentally disabled, should she be inseminated by the state? There’s not a shred of logic here. The provision is a pile of mumbo-jumbo meant to give pro-life judges license to do whatever the hell they please. Which, of course:

Bataillon rejected the girl’s request, saying that for the purpose of her case, her foster parents would serve as her guardians — even though, under Nebraska law, the department is considered the guardian of wards. Bataillon also found that the girl had not shown she was mature enough to make the decision to seek an abortion.

And how did he come to that opinion?

[The girl's lawyer] also said Bataillon should have recused himself because he was not impartial, as evidenced by his asking the girl if she knew that, “When you have the abortion, it’s going to kill the child inside you.”

Annoyingly, she persisted in wanting the abortion. Which is no doubt the reason why she wasn’t “sufficiently mature and well-informed.” So now, having been judged officially childish and idiotic, the young woman has to carry her pregnancy to term. Fuck Nebraska.

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Why he’s the invisible man

I do not think you are who you think you are, laws

If there were any point in putting your hard-earned money down on the long odds Justice Antonin Scalia would rule in favor of gay marriage, you can forget about it now:

With a potentially ground-breaking decision on gay marriage expected next week, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said Friday morning that he and other judges should stop setting moral standards concerning homosexuality and other issues.

Why?

We aren’t qualified, Scalia said.

For those of you unfamiliar with Nino’s schtick, this is him being humble. Imagine Billy Idol putting down his bong, his beer, and his portable looking glass.

. . the outspoken and conservative jurist told the N.C. Bar Association that constitutional law is threatened by a growing belief in the “judge moralist.” In that role, judges are bestowed with special expertise to determine right and wrong in such matters as abortion, doctor-assisted suicide, the death penalty and same-sex marriage.

Scalia said that approach presents two problems: Judges are not moral experts, and many of the moral issues now coming before the courts have no “scientifically demonstrable right answer.”

Not exactly David Copperfield, is he? Won’t even flatter us with a misdirection. It’s because the legal case for gay marriage is such a no-brainer that Scalia’s deigned to mix among the slack gobs and remind us how complicated the matter is. Homosexuals marrying each other is like quantum mechanical Parcheesi. Other judges think they can understand it. How arrogant!

His earlier statements about the legal rights of gay couples are even more outspoken. During an October speech to the American Enterprise Institute, Scalia described the death penalty, abortion and “homosexual sodomy” as “easy” constitutional issues. “Homosexual sodomy? Come on. For 200 years it was criminal in every state.”

Then you roll the clock back six months, and he swears the law is a piece of cake. Whatever the states were doing before the War of 1812, that’s what is constitutional.

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Thoughts. They come.

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Hmm.

The thing is, whether there’s a slippery slope or not, you have to do what’s right — give people their freedom and equality before the law — and then deal with the consequences as they come. . .

But with abortion, it’s different.

Wait I know this one. The embryo is denied the CONSTITUTION. *O’Reilly jig*

Abortion is a one-sided suicide pact — a bad deal that gives women of the future the ability to end their pregnancies at will in exchange for never being born themselves!

“. . two-sided Mobius strip!” he cried. Brain. Be hurted.

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The fad to bruise vaginas

*holes, abortion

The Hoosier state escalates its War on Women. And given what the governors of Virginia and Texas have done to their sluts, it’s no mystery. It’s hip to rape a citizen with an ultrasound instrument, so let the fun begin.

The Indiana state Senate on Wednesday advanced a bill that would require women to undergo an ultrasound procedure both before and after having a medication-induced abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy.

Heavens of course after the chemical abortion. That’s when the government’s compelling interest looms most large. What if a woman took the pills but didn’t menstruate the tiny embryo? What if the vagina was still secretly pregnant? Eight months later it would poop a baby! THE GOVERNMENT WOULD NEVER FORGIVE ITSELF.

It would require women to be presented with the sound and image of the fetal heartbeat before the abortion and to return for a follow-up ultrasound to ensure that she is no longer pregnant and has stopped bleeding.

Call it the ‘Decatur Dipstick’ bill. You have to turn the machine on. Whirr. You have to push the wand in, and then you have to pull it out. Now you have to look at the wand. IS IT ARE YOU STILL BLEEDING? This is what women need the government for.

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K Lo goes small on the big day

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I was disappointed with Kathryn Lopez’ response to the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. Clicking through NRO, I fully expected to come across some spirited wailing and tears. We should have had rending of garments and raining of digital sod upon illuminated heads. I was really hoping for a tale of some Danish martyr murmuring something in Latin while dancing The Ephemera on the slobber-gobbed Lopez’ ceiling (“. . est homicidium K-Lo . . “). OH Saint Geert of Erøskøboing! Come baaack!

Are you, dear reader, sick of abortion? Sick of the poverty of the discourse? Sick of the hands of politics on the issue? Sick that it has put evil, tempting thoughts into your head? Sick of where it has left you? This moment is for you.

Promises. But sigh. Here was the highlight of the pro-life throw down:

People are looking for something more. People are looking for an invitation to something better. Women aren’t looking for judgment. Many of them also are not happy with the expectations we have for them to manage their fertility away and pretend to be men with more wardrobe options in the workplace and on the social scene . .

Preaching to her friends. Not very edgy. She couldn’t come up with any reason to get out of her comfort zone on the big day, after all. ‘It’s their bodies and our selves, people.’ Wouldn’t that fit nicely on a bumper sticker? Yes but Kathryn Jean wouldn’t want to brook their complaining. They’re all very insensitive you see (you).

Anyway, I’d bet my bottom dollar women are thrilled to have the same options as men, sexually speaking. Not getting pregnant last weekend. Not getting pregnant next weekend. I’ll say God bless The Pill and you can take that as insultingly as you like, Catholics. The same goes for abortion too. I would not want to live in a world without that last-ditch option.

Whenever Kathryn writes something as clay-footed and Victorian as this I am immediately reminded she’s in her mid-30s and a virgin. If she’d had any experience with actual hot and heavy romance, I might take these tracts a little more seriously.

To that end, it hit me that she might never have even dated. I wondered if she’d ever been spotted with, I don’t know, a Newsmax editor at Elaine’s or something. I thought I might look at her Wikipedia entry:

So there. The life of a token Vatican hire is lonely. We can look forward to the same post from the same person 10 years from now, at the 50 year be-laboring. That’s 3,645 pills from now, unless you’re the type to huck the placebos.

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I just happen to have a Get Out Of Reason card

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For all the questions we have about the Sandy Hook shootings, it’s depressing that we have so few answers. ‘Why?’ and ‘WHY?’ being the pressing formers and ‘Who knows?’ being the latter. Unless you’re a pro-life scold of course. Then the confusion and pain swap places with humble wisdom and the willingness to impart Truth. For any and all questions within sniffing distance of evil or ethics or the over-browning of morning toast, the one answer is ‘Abortion.’

In this sort of moral vacuum, where even the most precious and basic freedom, that of life itself, is no longer respected, a society that is increasingly violent and barbaric is bound to arise. We see the effects of that culture daily, and that is the real problem we face. Even if all the guns in the world suddenly disappeared, the carnage would not cease.

But it would sink like a stone. It’s hard to run through a school and kill children at the rate of oh 50 per hour without a gun. Bullets are well-suited to the purpose. They’re easy to dispatch, accurate and difficult to dodge. Otherwise you might try grenading your targets, which could certainly work except for one thing: Grenades are hard to come by. Isn’t that weird?

The Chinese assailants [the lone slasher -- I the oblivious . .] had no guns, the Aztecs had no guns, and Planned Parenthood uses no guns. Perhaps the boy in Connecticut who killed his mother thought that if the law permitted his mother to kill him in, or on the way out of, her womb, he should have the same right.

So the mystery of “What the hell was he thinking?” is solved. Adam Lanza was obsessed with his legal rights in the wake of Roe v. Wade. Thank you Columbo.

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Tea Party right-to-lifer Dr. Desjarlais: Please abort my child, let’s have sex, abort this one too, let’s have sex, also oops that one, let’s have sex…

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Too late, libtards. Tea Party favorite and Representative of Tennesee’s 4th District, Dr. Scott Desjarlais, is some kind of Herculean liar. The conveniently-delayed transcript of his divorce proceedings just got released, and what a bonanza. The “consistent supporter of pro-life values” and his first wife aborted two pregnancies, one because they were fighting. And:

. . the couple’s 2001 trial transcript also confirms DesJarlais had sexual relationships with at least two patients, three coworkers and a drug representative while he was chief of staff at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, Tenn. During one affair with a female patient, DesJarlais prescribed her drugs, gave her an $875 watch and bought her a plane ticket to Las Vegas, records show.

Here’s how he dealt with another patient conquest of his:

DesJarlais, who is now 48 years old, admitted in court to pressuring the woman over the phone to get an abortion, but said the whole conversation was a scheme orchestrated by him and his wife — with whom he had reconciled — to get the 24-year-old to admit she was not really pregnant . .

Under oath, DesJarlais said he and his wife recorded his phone conversation with the woman “to find out whether the girl was telling the truth or not.”

The recorded call was leaked during the campaign.

That directly contradicts the congressman’s campaign Facebook page, where he told supporters the phone conversation “was recorded without my knowledge.”

“ … [The] media wrongly reported that I recorded the conversation myself,” DesJarlais wrote in the Oct. 12 note that was “liked” by 521 people. “I was recorded unknowingly and without my consent.”

That whopper he told back in October.

. . he carried on a four-month sexual affair with another patient, a woman he prescribed pills for during their relationship. He stressed that there was “nothing wrong” with the prescriptions he wrote, which included the painkiller Darvocet, and was indignant when asked about claims he had handled medication improperly . .

According to the American Medical Association, “Sexual contact that occurs concurrent with the patient-physician relationship constitutes sexual misconduct.”

And he’s professionally unethical. He’s your all-around values American.

During a messy break-up with his ex-wife, DesJarlais allegedly held a gun in his mouth for three hours, “dry fired” a gun outside his wife’s locked bedroom door, and was accused of other forms of spousal abuse.

Scott won re-election, of course, because it’s Tennessee.

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Joe Walsh the latest greatest expert on ladyparts

derpes is not an STD, teabaggers

Deadbeat Tea Party daddy Rep. Joe Walsh is losing his re-election bid to Tammy Duckworth. The looming defeat may be making Joe a little extra-whacky as he dropped a doozy in his debate last night. See it below. But I ask you: How is that angry men know more about female reproductive biology than scientists? More than gynecologists? More than . . women?

Walsh went on to assert that women whose health would be jeopardized if they carry their fetus to term are simply using the exception as a “tool” to get an abortion for “any reason.”

“With modern technology and science, you can’t find one instance… There’s no such exception as life of the mother. And as far as health of the mother, same thing, with advances in science and technology, health of the mother has become a tool for abortions anytime under any reason.”


Last year, Rep. Jackie Speier took to the House floor to defend Planned Parenthood in the midst of an effort to de-fund it. She spoke of having to undergo an abortion that sacrificed her future child. The procedure had to be done in order to save Jackie’s life.

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‘Vote Your Lady Parts’ angers conservative internet

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This e-card went up on the Obama campaign’s Tumblr site earlier today:

Underneath, it read “Because they kinda do.” I love it. But the card was never properly approved, so it got taken down. Too bad. Conservatives, you can guess, are absolutely furious about this, this, outrage. In the throes of such indignation, their complaints are less than typically cogent. Lifenews:

The Obama campaign is, once again, reducing women to the sum of their reproductive organs — assuming that women voters have nothing else they are interested in other than abortion.

The Obama 2012 campaign’s official home on Tumblr approved a new graphic that assumes women are wombs.

The text should have been different. “We will find a way to vote on November 6th,” or something like that. “We don’t have arms, but we do have opinions.” Townhall:

It’s official, liberals think women are idiots. Between the birth control talk, thinking women only care about free stuff, cheap abortion, sex and now this, Team Obama has judged women not as humans with brains capable of making decisions for themselves, but as voters with “lady” parts.

Team Obama has judged women . . as voters with ‘lady’ parts. Right as rain. Couldn’t be more accurate. That’s how the whole mess started. National Review:

You know whose lady parts are actually in danger? The unborn girls who President Obama and the Democrats refuse to protect by banning sex-selective abortions.

Now there’s a wildfire sure to wipe women out. You might note how that’s working to your advantage, Buckleys. You care again why? Instapundit:

Is liberalism rooted in sexual insecurity, and the female equivalent of castration anxiety? Because it kind of looks that way. . . .

Glenn could use all sorts of help here with “castration.” Any volunteers? Nillabyte:

Several one-issue women, the women who think they have a constitutional right to birth control and abortion (also known as sex without consequences), are intellectually blind.

The “intellectually blind” who figure they have a “right to birth control and abortion” may have gotten their hands on a Braille Constitution. Or a list of federal statutes. Let there be light. PJ Tatler:

So to the Obama supporter, the election is not about the economy or America’s standing in the world. It’s about lady parts.

I wasn’t aware that Bill Clinton was on the ballot again.

Zing! Ladies love a clod with a sense of humor. Jawa Report:

Much like in Islam, the Democratic party views women as sexual organs. We are now just a hair away from being asked to cover up . .

This is the real ‘war on women.’

When women value themselves, it’s chattel slavery. You can count the few days before they are forced to fulfill their masters’ filthy desires, night and day. Allahu Akbar, bitch.


Note: Re-written because I was bored.

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Rep. Todd Akin is pro-life because post-rape lady defense molecules

derpes is not an STD, teabaggers

Say what?



You think ‘Nobody’s that stupid.’ And then the GOP finds another one.

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Pastor finds God way up his mom’s vagina

abortion, aw dude, yecch

Here’s one way you can fight abortion. You can go back to the womb, back to the seldom-remembered time before you were born, or right after you were born but months before the vagina shuttle dropped you off at the delivery ward, and you can watch Jesus punch your mom in the face because she’d like to take Franklin Roosevelt’s RU486 pills. Then you can tell a harrowing first-hand account of Holocaust zygote survival to your Christian pals and high-five everybody because you just won the all-time yuck episode of Fear Factor.

Delivered from Abortion: Healing a Forgotten Memory
July 31, 2012 By Gordon Dalbey

Late in the fall of 1943, as Nazi submarines terrorized Allied shipping, a young Navy officer and his wife faced a terrible dilemma when he deployed to an aircraft carrier in the North Atlantic.

What to do. Should we abort our future hallucinating baby? Or should we have the Nazis do it? They’re not about to feed and clothe an eight pound homeless person. Oops: SPOILER ALERT. Oh well, Gordon’s mom is pregnant, back to the drama unfolding:

The doctor, however, had a solution to her problem. Handing her a small, dark red vial and scheduling her for an appointment the following week, he explained that he could “fix everything” quickly and easily after she took the pills.

Days later, before the appointment, the young woman shook the pills out of the vial into her hand and closed her fist. Shaking from both cold and anxiety, she poured a glass of water with her other hand. Uneasily, she hesitated and looked out a frost-covered kitchen window. “What if this is the son my husband wants?” she thought. Turning to her fist, she paused, then opened it and lifted the glass of water.

Remarkable lyrical details from the scene supplied by Gordon, especially considering the vantage point. Maybe his womb was brilliantly lit and richly appointed with sight-lines, glass and mirrors. Whether it’s hosting an impromptu Summer fest for the neighbors or a cozy detente in the whisper campaigns among the executive class, the guests frequently ooh and aah at the views from Gordon’s crystal palace. How you ladies manage to lug one of these eyesores around is a mystery. I’d be crankier.

“At the last minute, she just threw the pills away into the trash can.”

This jarring revelation stirred a host of unsettling, lifelong mysteries.

I remembered my recurrent nightmare of swimming frantically underwater and, strangely, breathing while submerged—an amniotic, prenatal “memory”? Once, I told a psychiatrist how I felt “trapped” and panicky in close relationships with women. Fears of death had dogged me, and a pervasive, empty sense of not belonging anywhere.

It’s starting to make sense. The water. The nightmares. The bouncing and the noise whenever the tenement janitor dropped by to say “Toodle-oo Carol. Don’t you look nice today?” The pieces fit.

Lying on the floor, I curled up in a fetal position and imagined the kitchen scene 35 years earlier as my sister had related it: myself tightly bound inside my mother’s womb, her holding the pills and glass of water, pausing over her decision.

As I “saw” my mother lift the pills, I began to shake in terror. “Jesus, help!” I cried out suddenly, desperately. “Save me, Jesus!” As I lay trapped and trembling, in my mind’s eye I saw a figure come into the kitchen and stand by my mother. With a single gesture, he reached and swept the pills out of her hand and into the trash can.

Amazed, I watched as he then turned to me. “You don’t owe your life to your mother,” he declared. “It was I who stayed her hand. You belong to me.”

I tried to say something. But with the silent wave of his hand, strong and thin, he simply replied “No.” Our eyes met, I couldn’t tear myself away. That’s how the most amazing night of my life began BOOOWN-CHIGGA-DOWN-BWAAAOOOOOWWW no I’m kidding. Too easy.

A cool sensation of release swept over me. Sighing deeply, I lay quiet.

Later, I remembered Jesus’ promise to his followers, “You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (John 8:32NIV).

Indeed, this watershed experience freed me to face many unhealthy dynamics in my life—most notably, feeling overly responsible for my mother’s happiness and guilty for wanting a life of my own.

That last bit could use highlighting if ever there’s a non-fiction version of this drama. That part’s actually compelling. What? Right, The King stays in the picture, got it.

Today, 68 years later, I remain humbled by this unwieldy yet compelling mystery—and determined to entertain it. I’m neither obligated to believe nor ashamed to be alive.

I’m privileged to testify. The more I do, the more thankful I am to God, and the more determined I am to see others experience that saving power themselves.

So that they, too, may garner the same sort of forensic attention. By the way of visions-and-visits-with-Jesus. Imagine how difficult to believe some of this would be if it weren’t true.

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