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More Gov. help to raise your kids....

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Jake, Jun 1, 2005.

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  1. Jake

    Jake Member

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    "In today's world, parents face unprecedented challenges in monitoring and protecting their children from harmful influences. This bill will make their job easier,"

    "supporters insisted the government has a duty to help parents shield children from violence and sexuality."


    Yep, the last thing we need is parents actually doing their job.


    http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/fun.games/05/31/video.games.ban.ap/index.html
     
  2. Standing Wolf

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    Neither violence nor sexuality is a tenth part as dangerous as dependence upon government.
     
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    I guess we better not let those kids attend publik skool, then.
    "Violence and sexuality", indeed.
     
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    What we need is fewer laws and more paddles

    ;)
     
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    What about fewer politicians :D
     
  8. Combat-wombat

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    I think this would be on topic, no? It's related to civil liberties.
     
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