Your tax and missions dollars at work...

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Vice President Joe Biden and our new ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy, have been tag-teaming Tokyo, hectoring the Japanese over their national failure to push mothers out of their homes and into office cubicles and factories. Joltin Joe and his pretty sidekick say Japanese women need to stop caring for elderly family members and children and begin to do something constructive that will show up in Japan's gross domestic product. Something like programming a robot instead of teaching a child. Something like feeding hundreds of adults in a cafeteria instead of their children in their own kitchen.

This is what our tax dollars pay for: American women who despise femininity and motherhood moving to foreign countries where they work to pollute those nations with our most contagious disease...

When they get off the plane, Japanese public health officials ought to quarantine them. Instead, Ms. Kennedy was given the mic which she used to tell Japan's prime minister that "Womenomics" (the removal of mothers from their homes and children) is a moral issue (link may not work; I'm not a WSJ subscriber, but for some reason, I was able to read this piece):

"I was impressed that Prime Minister Abe used our first meeting to showcase and discuss his commitment to Womenomics. I believe the prime minister understands that this is not just a women's issue. It's a men's issue. It's a family issue, an economic and a national security issue, and it's a moral issue."

As I said, your tax dollars at work.

But then I got to thinking and it came to me that this is the same contagious disease that is exported by American missionaries to countries around the world, and those missionaries are funded by Evangelical churches' missions budgets. Your missions dollars at work. Certainly not God's missions dollars.

Around the world, you will find that converts to Christianity are the first ones in their nation and culture to sicken with the feminist heresy. In Africa, it's the wealthy women in Evangelical churches who work outside the home, leaving their children to be raised by another less-educated woman with lower aspirations who is paid to do the work the children's mother doesn't want to do. And the missionaries are pleased with the sophistication of their converts. Certainly not God's converts.

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and big lots of grandchildren.

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