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Monday, March 14, 2005

The New York Times > Opinion > Op-Ed Columnist: Dish It Out, Ladies: "Men take professional criticism more personally when it comes from a woman. When I wrote columns about the Clinton impeachment opera bouffe, Chris Matthews said that for poor Bill, it must feel as though he had another wife hectoring him. "
Speaking of repealing God's law, poor Maureen Dowd is in the same fix as the judge in my previous blog. Can't do it, poor little Maureen. God has given authority to the man as Paul, the great Apostle of liberty, wrote in 1Cor. 11:3, "But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God."

You can't repeal this law any more than Judge Kramer can repeal the one about sodomites.

People should remember the crucifixion of Christ. Just when they thought they had won, the forces of evil experienced their greatest defeat of history. Satan's kingdom is at its most vulnerable when God's people are weak and helpless and under the thumb of tyranny. God loves to show Himself strong in behalf of his downtrodden saints.

But Maureen Dowd will keep spitting into the wind. She is a slow learner.
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