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I Have a Say: Woman’s Bill of Rights

When the HHS mandate came out, I got mad. Then came Cecile Richards and Planned Parenthood claiming they spoke for all women. Well, I have a say. I say we need a Woman’s Bill of Rights. Here’s my version. Feel free to add to it in the comments!

Woman’s Bill of Rights

 

I have the right to worship God, go to church and live my faith, without persecution.

I have the right to pass on my faith to my children without the government telling me I can’t.

I have the right to defend my family, with words or actions, without fear of reprisal.

I have the right to teach my children right from wrong.

I have the right to disagree with someone on lifestyle, politics or religion without being verbally assaulted.

I have the right to breastfeed my baby because it’s the best thing for him/her.

I have the right to pump milk at work without fear of being fired because it’s what’s best for my family.

I have the right to stay home and care for my husband and kids without being called lazy or less of a woman.

I have the right to educate my children the best way I know how; be it homeschool, private school, or public school.

I have the right to be educated, and be a mother, without being forced to choose one over the other.

I have the right to have life in my womb, without being told that motherhood makes me less of a woman.

I have the right to pray in public without being shouted at.

I have the right to say God in the pledge of allegiance.

I have the right to have as many, or as few, children as I want without comments from strangers. It’s my body and my choice after all.

I have the right to say where my hard-earned tax money goes.

I have the right to work for what I have and to keep it.

I have the right to refuse what the government thinks is best for me and my family.

I have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, without the government telling me that I don’t know what I’m doing.

5 replies on “I Have a Say: Woman’s Bill of Rights”

Wonderful Bill of Rights!! Yes, it does start out saying, “Congress shall make no law …..” and I believe the Constitution opens with “We, the People ….”

It’s about time those who are elected to serve remember from where they came and why they are in their position to govern and that they are Public Servants “of the people, for the people,” etc and that they work for US. They are not a Monarchy, Dictatorship nor King…..

The Federal Government, HHS and PP have no right to interfere with the Church, our beliefs and traditions and certainly no right to try to pander WRONG disguised as “Right”…..

I love these! My favorite is “the right to refuse what the government thinks is best for me and my family.” Because, after all, that list of what the government thinks is best for me could be never-ending, even to the point of forced abortion and sterilization. Nice post!

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