But, there are a few lines from the post that should be pointed out (emphasis mine):
As some of you know, I’ve got a little girl. She is the baby of three kids and the only girl I have. That’s right, I said “have”; she is mine. My child. My girl. I own her.
She is not free to do as she pleases.Not now, not ten years form now, not until the day that she leaves my house as a married woman, will she be “free” of me.
Do you now what that means? That means that I have a say in what she wears, eats, plays with, watches, listens to and sings along with. Every aspect of her life is and will be controlled by me. If I don’t like it, it doesn’t happen. If I don’t desire it, it will not be done. If I don’t choose him, he will not be chosen.
I am her father.
Feminism, girl power, women’s rights...They can’t replace the role of a father. They can’t bandage her up when she falls off her bike or give her a shoulder to cry on. I’m all for equal rights, but feminism has taken on a life totally separate from rights and equalities. Feminism in 2007 is false hope. It attempts to take away the significant roles of men – especially in the family – and it attempts to make fatherhood optional. Feminism might have served its purpose at one time, but today its philosophy is fraudulent. In the name of freedom, young women have been told that they need no father or husband or men in their lives. My daughter will not be sacrificed on the alter of freedom. No!
This just smacks of the same kind of attitude and injustice that Sykes, McBride and McIlheran claim we are fighting in Iraq for. If your not careful, they'll think you're one of them Islamofacists and then they declare war on you.