Re: Father charged in son's spanking.Sep 3rd, 2009
Now you're just repeating what I've said. 'saying' it's wrong is different than what I was discussing. It's the smug, looking down the nose, superior, RUDE, DISRESPECTFUL, attitudes that I was discussing, not the mere disagreement on the issue. I've seen it plenty in playgroups, etc. You can't be a social parent and not bump into others who snidely look down their noses at other parents.
If you want to keep trying to make it about you, you're out of luck.
not attacking anyone else, it is expressing your opinion, unless the other
person thinks it is 'right', then he/she may feel they are being attacked,
If one said it is wrong to be a catholic, because I am an atheist, I would
agree with you.
The subject is only about 'hitting' another, or 'spanking', just another word
for hitting, sounds cuter.