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#16 Original Poster

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Posted 21 July 2013 - 21:59

######....I laughed.... im going to hell.....


The infant was not injured. more ammo was also in the car
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correction xD 




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Posted 21 July 2013 - 22:01

Terrible. Take the baby, put it up for adoption, and lock her up.

I think the taxpayers would rather not have their money keeping her locked up.

 

just take her out back and put her down



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Posted 21 July 2013 - 22:04

****....I laughed.... im going to hell.....

 

The baby didn't get hurt, and it is fairly funny in a dark, twisted evil kind of way. I have to admit my first thought was "That Baby wouldn't slow a bullet at all".



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Posted 21 July 2013 - 22:21

I would have shot the bitch (the woman, not the baby).

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Posted 21 July 2013 - 22:28

I would be all for a series of tests required to get a license for parenthood. People should effectively be assessed on whether they should be allowed to have Children. 

What's next, making sure parents have "enough" money? I mean, we can't have poor people breeding. Perhaps parents should be made to undergo regular checks for illegal substances too? Afterall, we don't want parents taking drugs (apart from those on the "approved" list, like alcohol and caffeine). What about people with depression? They might pose a risk to the children.

 

Children should be taken away from abusive or neglectful parents, as sounds reasonable in this case, but it's very dangerous to start dictating who can reproduce.



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Posted 21 July 2013 - 23:01

What's next, making sure parents have "enough" money? I mean, we can't have poor people breeding. Perhaps parents should be made to undergo regular checks for illegal substances too? Afterall, we don't want parents taking drugs (apart from those on the "approved" list, like alcohol and caffeine). What about people with depression? They might pose a risk to the children.

 

I understand you're being facetious but none of this sounds like too bad of an idea to me.



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Posted 21 July 2013 - 23:46

I understand you're being facetious but none of this sounds like too bad of an idea to me.

The people of Germany felt the same under the leadership of a certain Mr Hitler yet few would argue we should adopt the same policies. While requirements on parenthood may sound sensible in theory the reality is very different, as it gives too much power to the government. If you look at the way that government policy is influenced by massive corporations and wealthy individuals you could easily end up with a system whereby only the wealthy elite are allowed to reproduced, whether it be in the name of population control or the public good. The more appropriate action is to take a tough stance on those who pose a risk to their children, whether that risk be depriving them of education, allowing them to become dangerously overweight or—as in this case—throwing them at police officers.



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Posted 22 July 2013 - 00:13

worked on Rookie Blue!



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Posted 22 July 2013 - 06:05

What's next, making sure parents have "enough" money? I mean, we can't have poor people breeding. Perhaps parents should be made to undergo regular checks for illegal substances too? Afterall, we don't want parents taking drugs (apart from those on the "approved" list, like alcohol and caffeine). What about people with depression? They might pose a risk to the children.

 

Children should be taken away from abusive or neglectful parents, as sounds reasonable in this case, but it's very dangerous to start dictating who can reproduce.

 

 

Absolutely, but mandatory parenting classes in school might go a long way towards helping.  And I don't mean just proper sex education either. I mean actual classes about raising a child; at least a term/semester's worth.



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Posted 22 July 2013 - 07:27

What's next, making sure parents have "enough" money? I mean, we can't have poor people breeding. Perhaps parents should be made to undergo regular checks for illegal substances too? Afterall, we don't want parents taking drugs (apart from those on the "approved" list, like alcohol and caffeine). What about people with depression? They might pose a risk to the children.

 

Children should be taken away from abusive or neglectful parents, as sounds reasonable in this case, but it's very dangerous to start dictating who can reproduce.

 

If you have to ask "What's next" then your argument is effectively just hot air. I didn't suggest we do those things you mentioned, One thing doesn't automatically mean it leads to another. People opposing gay marriage were spouting "What's next? Beastiality?" I mean look at the checks you have to go to adopt a Child, they assess you as parents, they assess your home for suitability. And make a decision. Many animal shelters also have these checks before they'll let you adopt. Checks like this would help cut down on Chavettes who already have 17 kids and use them as leverage for more benefits and to move up the ladder for Council Housings.



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Posted 22 July 2013 - 07:51

If you have to ask "What's next" then your argument is effectively just hot air. I didn't suggest we do those things you mentioned, One thing doesn't automatically mean it leads to another. People opposing gay marriage were spouting "What's next? Beastiality?" I mean look at the checks you have to go to adopt a Child, they assess you as parents, they assess your home for suitability. And make a decision. Many animal shelters also have these checks before they'll let you adopt. Checks like this would help cut down on Chavettes who already have 17 kids and use them as leverage for more benefits and to move up the ladder for Council Housings.


Absolutely, but mandatory parenting classes in school might go a long way towards helping.  And I don't mean just proper sex education either. I mean actual classes about raising a child; at least a term/semester's worth.


A lot of these are really prudent measures.

This best criticism against something like this is the conundrum of reasonable enforcement and consequences. You couldn't just take peoples' kids away.

I would say, if somebody has a kid without a license they should be fined (say $1-2000) and not allowed to take the baby home until they've undergone a mandatory parenting, health, and care class that must be completed within 2 weeks, and they must foot the extra hospital expense for that period. Also, they'd be required to attend more classes at a later date with another fine as penalty if they do not.

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Posted 22 July 2013 - 08:39

Selfish parent.  A good and decent parent should take a bullet for their kids, this woman is disgusting and she shouldn't be allowed to be a parent.



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Posted 22 July 2013 - 12:55

Wow, I mean freaking really?  this chick sounds like a whack job, id save the tax payers some cash, send her to china to a hard labor camp.



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Posted 23 July 2013 - 03:06

People sure do some crazy crap these days.