Members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints walk towards members of the media on the Yearning for Zion ranch in Eldorado, Texas, Monday April 14, 2008. They talked about their 11-day experience in a San Angelo, Texas, shelter.

(AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Ok. So. Are we supposed to feel sorry for them? Am I supposed to feel sorry for these ladies who have raised their children in a hedonistic lifestyle? Am I supposed to feel sorry for women who have committed adultery, borne bast*rd children and done so in the name of Christ? Am I supposed to feel sorry for them that they have now enjoyed the fruit of their labor? Are we supposed to be upset with the State of Texas for going in there and taking the children out of a place where no good could come from? If the State does nothing – the State has then turned it’s back on the children. If the State does do anything – then the media goes on a sympathy campaign for the polygamist child abusers.

Using the words “polygamist child abusers” together IS REDUNDANT by the way.

The ladies above in that picture look like actors from the movie, The Village. I’m almost 32. Can you believe that there is a lady in that photo above who is the same age as ME? That made me sad. For her.

You, dear reader, think THEIR hearts are broken?

What about God’s heart? I can’t imagine the sorrow and pain HE is carrying in regards to His daughters in the photo above…and their children…and the deep bondage they are tied up in. And that every. single. one. of those ladies are bound for hell if they don’t get their act together and start getting their souls sorted out.

And you, dear media, want me to feel sorry for them because they lost their children to the State of Texas? Not gonna happen. Some of the children can’t even identify who their mother is exactly. I do not feel sorry for children who are rescued from cult religions. I’m not sure I am all that excited about the STate of Texas having custody of them all – I think it’s a tragic situation all around. But it’s the FLDS Church that has placed the State in THIS position. The State did not just decide, on a whim, to go in and remove all the kids becuase the moms wore long prairie dresses….

Has there been any word on the 16yr old who blew the whistle?

I guess Hillary Clinton was onto something when she wrote the book, “It Takes A Village” – maybe the FLDS can use her book in court as evidence to the legitimacy of their lifestyle. HAHAHAHA Where is Hillary anyway – shouldn’t she be down here barking up a tree about women’s rights? Women’s choices? Women’s freedoms? Where, oh where, are the FEMINISTS??