• I see nothing wrong with house husbands. The bible praises the woman who rises early and oversees the vineyards and purchases the finest of cloth for her household. Totally paraphrased by me. I would have loved to have been the main income while my hub handled the daily living and all of the little details that drive me crazy sometimes. I just chose the wrong profession. I am thankful that God blessed my life with two husbands who made good livings, but I still handle everything. The only difference is that I no longer put in the additional 70 hours a week teaching and grading papers.

    September 9, 2009 at 8:26 a.m.

  • At 44 I've worked as hard as I can since 12. I can remember when women were deemed the "fairer-sex". I think their move into the workforce, though dictated as much by economics as by the need for progress, is a change that should have been encouraged and embraced long ago. Work is the only way to make this country strong and if we all make the equal effort we can acheive anything. We proved we can rise above during WW2. We can do it again!

    September 9, 2009 at 7:30 a.m.

  • ALTON: I don't begrudge the women having the jobs they do. It's that our wise gov't has made it work out this. I used to joke, "My wife is a really hard worker, the only rub is that she expects me to work as hard as she does."

    September 9, 2009 at 1:55 a.m.