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I'm not a gun owner, but I agree with you Gary.
I feel these Legislators that have rolled over for all the special interest groups to get votes need to start working toward saving our children and future with legislation that will help to put children in homes with two parents. Our prisons are full of kids that did not have both parents in the home! Our military is strugling with under educated young men who have trouble taking orders from men that were afforded an education and are leaders on the ranks! LEGISLATORS we need to help! STOP THE DUMBING DOWN OF AMERICA!
In all of this...may common sense prevail!
Senator Hewitt, I posted a diatribe on Maureen's article. Please read it and lets work toward some legislation that will benefit children of divorce this session!
The prisons are full of children that did not have both parents in their lives!
You can be a large part of helping to make this state a better place by proposing
legislation that will benefit children by having less litigation in divorce. Do it!
I will be down to talk with you when session starts. Thanks, Bob
Enough already about what adults shall be allowed to do! They are adults!
With our future in mind and our children's future at stake,
I feel that we shall move toward legislation that will put parents in the lives of their children, rather that the difficult divorce laws that are now on the books!
Now it is a winner take all, the parents and children loose and the lawyers are the only ones that win by keeping the family law courts busy and reaping paychecks.
I feel that the family law system shall be over seen by family professionals,
rather than lawyers and judges that are not educated in what is really
"in the best interest of children". Litigation only provides a paycheck!
We need to attach parents, at birth, at the hospital, with their children and move in the direction of child support from birth, maybe both parents will want to be a part of their children's lives when they become financially attached. This may lower the rate of parents dependent on our states welfare system. If the parents are not married, the state will know who the parents are so that state benefits are not being paid for children that are of a so called "single parent". Its all about accountability.
Also, keep in mind that our state prisons here in Walla Walla and over in Purdy are full of children that had little or no contact with their parents. The data is there!
Maureen, Please forward this to Senator Hewitt so I don't have to type it again, and I will be down to talk to you again in Olympia when the session starts. Thanks, Bob
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