Do you remember not too far back when Moms Demand and Media Matters threw a hissy fit about the alleged insult that NRA gave modern moms because they (and pretty much nobody) bought the line that Shannon Watts was a June -Cleaver-stay-at-home mom ? They made it clear that what was seen back then as traditional roles for a woman are now insulting and degrading and we are horrible people for thinking that (which we weren’t) and Shannon was cool because she didn’t do those things?
Well, apparently very old tradition of quilting is not on the list of degrading things modern chic mothers won’t do.
DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Mothers across Colorado are using quilting to fight gun violence.
The group called Moms Demand Action is stitching together memories and a message as part of their Mother’s Dream Quilt Project.
via Moms Stitch Together Memories To Fight Gun Violence « CBS Denver.
I just don’t get it. How is it possible for these media and public relation experts to constantly screw up, try to cover it up and when doing so, make the problem twice as big as before?
I need coffee….
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Anything that advances the narrative is moral. /prog
Huh, my girlfriend made me quilt of old Fraternity t-shirts and a few from her sorority (other lesser sorority t-shirts became gun cleaning rags), and that didn’t seem to detract from her being a successful corporate attorney/reserve JAG officer.
And she carries daily in her purse.
I think I, well, rather she, may have just caused the narrative to explode.
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