In her book, the former child star wrote, "My husband is a natural-born leader. I quickly learned that I had to find a way of honoring his take-charge personality and not get frustrated about his desire to have the final decision on just about everything. I am not a passive person, but I chose to fall into a more submissive role in our relationship because I wanted to do everything in my power to make my marriage and family work."So I guess this is controversial even though the only stories I could find was people reporting what she said and telling us how it was controversial. No one seemed to call her out on it but the story is consistently reported as her "defending" her views. Because obviously. She's a nut and she knows she's outside the mainstream and needs to defend her life. She has to justify it because eyebrow raising reporters writing the story were displeased.
But I can't find outrage. She isn't saying what people SHOULD do, she's saying what SHE does. That's it. It needs no defense. There is no controversy in her choice of life. It is reporters who are telling us there is a controversy. That she "defended" her choice because WE ALL KNOW that it's indefensible. I looked up and down google and could find this story reported ad nauseam with the same tone: Weirdo Candace Cameron Bure has become a weak minded mormon who only does whatever her wife beating husband tells her to do. She's a 50's throwback or something. Take this quote to start the story:
In Candace Cameron Bure's household, her husband is the one in charge.Is that what she said? Does it mean she gets nothing and is a slave? Perez Hilton believes so.
The actress has been married for 17 years to hockey player Val Bure and she's kept her love alive because she "submits" to his will.
She insists: "I am not a passive person, but I chose to fall into a more submissive role in our relationship because I wanted to do everything in my power to make my marriage and family work."
Sooooo you just always listen to what your husband says? That's the key to a happy marriage?!?!Well yeah Perez. But she also has a husband that listens to what she says. She has a 17 year marriage still going strong. She's happy. But not the way Perez and the rest of the left approve of. So she must be ostracized, ridiculed and missrepresented. No surprise there. She is doing movies, she's doing interviews, she appears to be outspoken, she wrote a book... where is the submissiveness interfering with her life exactly? Where is her husband keeping her from doing anything she wants to do?
She has a strong core set of values, strong beliefs and they sustain her. Take Lindsay Lohan, Brittany Spears, and the rest of the train wrecks that are working their way towards cautionary tale. What right does anyone have to look down on Cameron-Bure exactly? For having a good, strong life?
Maybe the leftists need to get one.
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