Poem: “The Old Paths” to America’s Best

The following was why America became the greatest country in the history of the world. The poem describes Christian America before lesbian-led, radical, second and third-wave feminism reared its ugly head and up-ended every male-led, Christian tradition, while short-sightedly traipsing along its “new” path to female “liberation” and “enlightenment.” Its egocentric, myopic “accomplishments” are nothing more than abysmal examples of the twisted priorities of feminism’s “leaders.”

I wish the old paths were before us instead of behind us

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THE OLD PATHS

I liked the old paths, when
Moms were at home.
Dads were at work.
Brothers went into the army.
And sisters got married BEFORE having children!

Crime did not pay;
Hard work did;
And people knew the difference.

Moms could cook;
Dads would work;
Children would behave.

Husbands were loving;
Wives were supportive;
And children were polite.

Women wore the jewelry;
And Men wore the pants.

Women looked like ladies;
Men looked like gentlemen;
And children looked decent.

People loved the truth,
And hated a lie.

They came to church to get IN,
Not to get OUT!

Hymns sounded Godly;
Sermons sounded helpful;
Rejoicing sounded normal;
And crying sounded sincere.

Cursing was wicked;
Drugs were for illness.

The flag was honored;

America was beautiful;
And God was welcome!

We read the Bible in public;
Prayed in school;
And preached from house to house.

To be called an American was worth dying for;
To be called an American was worth living for;
To be called a traitor was a shame!

I still like the old paths the best!
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