Dads who did remain home and did/have provide in all aspects for their family were portrayed as idiots, fools, & even weak by the entertainment industry. Kids were and are portrayed as the smart and wise ones of the family. This has been and organized and intentional movement.
Today government is allowed to pass out condoms and provide abortions to any ones underage children without parental knowledge consent. Today passing out Bibles in school is prohibited as is prayer in classrooms. Judeo/Christian values in school were replaced with secular humanism which places the value on self pleasure and is a step away from anarchy. Today homosexual activist have access to our public schools. As a result homosexuals are allowed too teach destructive lifestyles which are being glorified even in school yearbooks bought and paid for by parents hard earned money. Any protest is labeled as Phobic of course. Dad's aren't there to protest.
Some worry about the economical cliff& our government has lead us into. The moral cliff is one from which unless hearts change will destroy the nation and bring on the breakdown of society. Remember even with The Great Depression families had not been destroyed and as a result families survived hard times. When the Moral Cliff is addressed the fiscal cliff will resolve itself. The moral breakdown has brought on the fiscal cliff.
Way to go Snipe (a term I haven’t heard since my U.S.C.G. days)! You are the winner here. The moral problem almost always proceeds all the other problems. When we/our nation abandoned God’s truth we opened ourselves to believe any lie that came down the pike. Actually, we as individuals and as a nation lose our “meter” to gauge good vs evil. That’s how Obama was elected. That’s also how George W. Bush was elected. This isn’t a Republican vs Democrat thing. This is evidence of the cosmic battle being played out in the lives of real people with horrible and eternal consequences. Unless we find our way back to the Creator and soon your tag line will be our epitaph. Maybe hard times will wake us up but I’m not optimistic.