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Two Points for a Poignant Look Into Fatherless Pain

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“A nice gesture, perhaps, but nothing like the power of words: Men, be men. Marry the mother of your children. Be a father to the children you sire. Go home and stay there.”

Take two minutes and read.

Parker: President should promote fathers’ importance | Amarillo Globe-News http://ow.ly/g4rjF

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