Idiots have to bear some responsibility for girls' demise!


JLM
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#31
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

No they don't. You're an idiot. Taxslave? He's an anti-vaccer so you know he's a simpleton.


Because his opinion doesn't coincide with yours? That would generally be a good thing!
 
Hoid
#32
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

The minister has no part in this. This is a classic example of letting socialist do-gooders miss manage things. A minister does not have the power to override a stupid decision by a judge.

unless its Horgan I guess
 
JLM
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#33  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

What an idiotic idea


Idiots tend to think that way!


P.S. have you ever considered finding a forum where the average mentality is closer to your I.Q. level? You would find a lot less resistance and some of the 'weaker' members might even consider you a hero! Give it a try!
 
Cannuck
#34
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Because his opinion doesn't coincide with yours?

It doesn't coincide with reality. That makes him an idiot. Your support of him would make you an idiot as well but you already were one.

Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Idiots tend to think that way!

Yes, you certainly do.
 
taxslave
#35
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

unless its Horgan I guess

The people responsible voted for Horgan. And he did promise to fix everything.
 
Dixie Cup
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#36
BC isn't the only province to have issues with their child welfare system; Alberta does as well and likely other provinces. One may want to compare one province to another but the fact remains that there are a lot of government bureaucrats that have no clue as to how to fix the system. As long as the emphasis for each child in need is to keep them with family (whether it be parent(s), siblings or relatives) we are going to have deaths like these if the proper background check isn't made.


Because government has declared that parents cannot rule over their children because of "human rights" kids can basically do whatever they want. This is an issue and only part of the problem - parents don't have any rights; kids have all rights.


So, as a result, we have parents who are frustrated because they can't control their kids; kids doing drugs and alcohol and running wild because they have no concept of what is acceptable in a civil society.


Then for the kids who are really at risk, we have social workers who are over worked and have to work within the guidelines set out by government. Common sense doesn't necessarily prevail and doesn't necessarily help the child - just an ideology.


The bottom line is that it's a complex situation both from the parents point of view and the children in need. ANYONE who hurts a child, don't care how old they are, should be shot!! On the other hand, parents who can't control their kids should have the ability to get help/assistance with their child rather than be ostracized because they can't control their kidlets.


Kids need discipline and rules. They need to know what's acceptable and not. Governments have no place to interfere UNLESS there is obvious abuse. When there is they need to step up to the plate and provide the best possible solution for both parents and kids. But that takes money and EFFORT on the governments part.


Sometimes I think, every time a child dies in care, that all the so-called "reviews" are just that - reviews with nothing much changing at all. I don't know what the answer is but whatever we're doing, isn't working. Maybe not enough background checks or psychological testing for those who would take in a battered child? Not enough training? Likely all of the above. I hurt every time I hear a child dying (in care or not). It's truly a sad thing.


JMHO
 
Hoid
#37
Quote: Originally Posted by Dixie Cup View Post




Because government has declared that parents cannot rule over their children because of "human rights" kids can basically do whatever they want. This is an issue and only part of the problem - parents don't have any rights; kids have all rights.


So, as a result, we have parents who are frustrated because they can't control their kids; kids doing drugs and alcohol and running wild because they have no concept of what is acceptable in a civil society.

SO far as I know the problem here is more along the lines of the parents and the guardians doing the drugs.

Your Dr Laura act is ridiculous.
 
JLM
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#38
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

The people responsible voted for Horgan. And he did promise to fix everything.


No worries about Horgan, he won't serve a second term. How many $millions of damage has he already done with taking the tolls off the bridges? He's not a thinking man!

Quote: Originally Posted by Dixie Cup View Post

BC isn't the only province to have issues with their child welfare system; Alberta does as well and likely other provinces. One may want to compare one province to another but the fact remains that there are a lot of government bureaucrats that have no clue as to how to fix the system. As long as the emphasis for each child in need is to keep them with family (whether it be parent(s), siblings or relatives) we are going to have deaths like these if the proper background check isn't made.


Because government has declared that parents cannot rule over their children because of "human rights" kids can basically do whatever they want. This is an issue and only part of the problem - parents don't have any rights; kids have all rights.


So, as a result, we have parents who are frustrated because they can't control their kids; kids doing drugs and alcohol and running wild because they have no concept of what is acceptable in a civil society.


Then for the kids who are really at risk, we have social workers who are over worked and have to work within the guidelines set out by government. Common sense doesn't necessarily prevail and doesn't necessarily help the child - just an ideology.


The bottom line is that it's a complex situation both from the parents point of view and the children in need. ANYONE who hurts a child, don't care how old they are, should be shot!! On the other hand, parents who can't control their kids should have the ability to get help/assistance with their child rather than be ostracized because they can't control their kidlets.


Kids need discipline and rules. They need to know what's acceptable and not. Governments have no place to interfere UNLESS there is obvious abuse. When there is they need to step up to the plate and provide the best possible solution for both parents and kids. But that takes money and EFFORT on the governments part.


Sometimes I think, every time a child dies in care, that all the so-called "reviews" are just that - reviews with nothing much changing at all. I don't know what the answer is but whatever we're doing, isn't working. Maybe not enough background checks or psychological testing for those who would take in a battered child? Not enough training? Likely all of the above. I hurt every time I hear a child dying (in care or not). It's truly a sad thing.


JMHO


Right on, Dixie!
 
taxslave
#39
Horgan isn't going to last a full term. 11 months until recall.
 
Hoid
#40
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Horgan isn't going to last a full term. 11 months until recall.

to be replaced by who?

another socred ?
 
JLM
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#41
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

to be replaced by who?

another socred ?


Mike de Jong

Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

SO far as I know the problem here is more along the lines of the parents and the guardians doing the drugs.

Your Dr Laura act is ridiculous.


Careful Hoid, her credibility outstrips yours by a margin of about 25/1! You're not thinking of jumping into the contest with Putz and Avro are you?
 
Hoid
#42
Thinks the death of 331 kids in government care is due to a general lack of discipline.

If I ever have "credibility" with your little group I will throw myself off a bridge.
 
Cannuck
#43
Why do you insist on embarrassing yourself JLM?

*Hug*
 
JLM
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#44
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Thinks the death of 331 kids in government care is due to a general lack of discipline.

If I ever have "credibility" with your little group I will throw myself off a bridge.


I guess you're thinking of someone else, I'm not part of any group.
 
Cannuck
#45
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

I guess you're thinking of someone else, I'm not part of any group.

Of course you are...and your group (Trumpites) are idiotic, racist, socially conservative and hypocritical whackjobs that support child molesters. You are fun people to make fun of.
 
taxslave
#46
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

to be replaced by who?

another socred ?

Hopefully Dianne Watts. But it will be with a BC Liberal majority.
 
Hoid
#47
Sure it will.
 
JLM
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#48
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Hopefully Dianne Watts. But it will be with a BC Liberal majority.


I'm predicting a Liberal majority with Mike de Jong in charge, Dianne Watts was a damn good mayor but Mike's got her edged with the Provincial smarts! But anyone except Todd Stone!

Suck it up, Putz, it's going to happen! Anyway, why would an Alberta retard stick his nose into B.C. politics?
 

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