Women have a right to be homemakers if they so choose, men are divinely appointed to be protectors, and men and women have a right to live according to their faith. Husbands and wives have a right to rear their own families. This bill would destroy these rights, requiring husbands and wives to rely on daycare for their children in the event of their mutual absence. It would eliminate potential for many young women of my faith who are hopeful to marry and rear a family having the promise of protection for that future by the government and prospective spouse. The strength of America is in its homes and families. Allowing a mechanism to extradite mothers from their homes or to call prospective mothers away from their desired responsibilities would make America into a vast orphanage, and our children would be taught the philosophies of strangers. There would be no strength and no vitality in our nation whatsoever in times of war, and unsettledness in times of peace. The burden of those at war is shared and eased by those on the home front. Look to our ancestors who fought in the second World War, and remember the assurance and the strength they received from those who were working, fighting, and praying back home. Who is holding down the fort? Who is comforting, teaching, nurturing, and keeping our children safe? A war is not won by guns and bombs alone. The greatest work in the world is done by mothers.