Monday, March 05, 2012

Suicidal Tendencies


Congratulations, folks. You get to one day tell your grandkids that you were there when the Republican party completely lost its mind and ate itself alive from the inside out.

Raw Story: Wisconsin Republican's Bill Condemns Single Parents for "Child Abuse and Neglect"/3.5.12

This is almost too staggering to be believed. First women now single parents. These people are committing political hari-kiri.

7 comments:

Jester said...

If you read the text of the bill, it's not even "single" parenthood that leads to child-abuse and neglect. It's "non-marital" parenthood.

So you gays that adopt also promote child-abuse and neglect.

And so do you, Chez. ;-)

Anonymous said...

seems like like a classic catch 22 the republicans in WI are railing against single parents and are also oposed to birth control and abortion. there's no way to win with these people.

Anonymous said...

That's nothing, Utah legislature has voted to demand the Federal government sell and/or return all Federally administered land within Utah (cause the state can manage it better) AND for Utah to opt out of all Medicare and Medicaid (cause you now, Obamacare is killing business).

Ducky said...

I'm afraid I must disagree on one small point, Chez. Hari-kiri is honorable suicide to ward off shame from yourself and your family. These men clearly have no honor, and care nothing about heaping shame upon their families.

Anonymous said...

It's "harakiri" (not "hari"). One word. No hyphen.

Chez said...

Eat a di-ick.

Anonymous said...

Here:
(pg 151) All maltreatment. Children living with two married biological parents had the lowest rate of overall Harm Standard maltreatment, at 6.8 per 1,000 children. This rate differs significantly from the rates for all other family structure and living arrangement circumstances. Children living with one parent who had an unmarried partner in the household had the highest incidence of Harm Standard maltreatment (57.2 per 1,000). Their rate is more than 8 times greater than the rate for children living with two married biological parents.

http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/opre/abuse_neglect/natl_incid/reports/natl_incid/nis4_report_congress_full_pdf_jan2010.pdf