Too Fat to Parent?

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    No abuse.
    Lost 165 lbs. as ordered by the Court.
    Judgment based on predicting the future.

    Comments?
     
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    If the man hunts down and kills the people that took his kids from him


    I wouldn't blame him.

    damn libtards can't even leave families in one piece.

    glad I'm not filled with such hate
     
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    I saw some wacky woman on Fox this morning arguing that this was a good ruling and in the best interests of the children. Her argument was based on the fact that - gasp - the children might end up fat too!

    I've met some horrible parents in my lifetime. If every parent who didn't care properly for their children were to have them taken away, we'd be a nation of orphans.

    So sad.
     
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    This is just sick. Out of control government.
     
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    Even at 525 lbs the response should be to get the family additional assistance and monitor that the children are being taken care of

    There are many handicapped parents who make good parents with a little assistance. Would you take away the children if he were blind or in a wheelchair?
     
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    Inb4 someone says that's what Gov't is for, to "take care of us". :uhoh3:

    America already has something similar, they're called "Family Courts". They have no jurisdiction or weight of any law behind them so you have to agree to go to them (That's called "Consent")

    The "judge" will hear what a lousy parent you are and take your kids and put them into Child Protective Services where they'll be drugged, excuse me, they'll receive much needed "medication". Good luck getting them back.

    I know you guys think I'm joking. Just Google CPS, Family Courts and "read all about it". :eek:
     
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    See? Some people have no problem with Gov't "monitoring" us.
     
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    Thank you

    No I don't when it comes to ensuring that children are being taken care of.
     
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    How are these kids "special needs"?
     
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    The article doesn't say. In fact the term used in Canada is "high needs".

    In my school district, 25 percent are classified "special needs" and another ten are "at risk". It could include just about anything.
     

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