Best thing about a Sanders victory, nobody will ever have to work again

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    Lol it's incredible how ignorant you are. You obviously have no idea how CPS operates. You also know that you don't have an alternative solution to it. Why do you even bother saying crap like this?
     
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    Of course there is an alternative solution, and I do know exactly how CPS operates. The principle at my kids school threatened to sick CPS on me because I was 1 minute late to pick him up at the bus stop, which was three houses down the block.
     
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    No because if you did you would have elaborated by now.
     
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    What? The principal? So CPS hadn't done anything yet?
     
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    So because the principal made a stupid remark, you blame CPS? Well, that makes perfect sense!
     
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    CPS is a policing agency, and every police function has private sector equivalents. parents that are mistreating their children can become the target of lawsuits filed by private charities, such is done with many other areas of the law.
     
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    I happen to know that CPS acts on such complaints.
     
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    Policing? Not even close. You have no idea how CPS operates.

    Private sector equivalent? Oh really? And what would that be?
     
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    Yes, that is exactly what CPS does, it polices parents.
     
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    It isn't law enforcement. Im guessing you are exaggerating the story but if that principal called CPS and told them your child was a minute late to being picked up, CPS would not do anything. If it went on for hours, and CPS had to pick up your child, they would contact you. If you gave a reasonable explanation, they would do no intervention. If this, however, became a pattern over time and you did nothing to alleviate the problem of your child having to wait hours for a ride, they would likely place the child in a near by relative's home until you could prove you could fix the problem.

    Contrary to popular belief, separating a child from a parent permanently is rare and it only happens after a parent shows a documented, pervasive pattern over time of abuse or neglect.
     
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