In today's Progressive culture, it's ok to walk out on a marriage for greener pastures.
I was watching a typical liberal biased Hollywood movie the other day, and the woman actually made the statement of how brave it is when strong women have the guts to walk out on their loving husbands. She had chosen to walk out on her husband after a couple years of marriage simply because she no longer liked the life she had chosen for herself
Sounds like a good formula to use if you want to screw up your kids.
You just clearly expressed the mindset of those on the Left. Hillary and people like yourself say it takes a village to raise a child.
Do you know why Liberals say these types of things? They hate the notion of accountability for one's selfish irresponsible choices made in life, so they expect the village to support them and their children from cradle to grave.
In this way they can continually chase after their personal utopia with no feelings of guilt for all those they hurt.
What's so sick about this no fault type of thinking is that you actually believe case workers make good parents. You actually think a village can create well adjusted children and fix broken hearts.
Gee I wonder why teens join gangs looking for that semblance of a family? I guess the village does a terrible job of making children feel loved.
I agree that Society needs to take care of abandoned children, but we should be looking at the reasons why so many children are abandoned and shaming those responsible. In this way me might actually stem the tide and help future generations of children before they are abandoned.
It takes a father and mother to raise a secure well adjusted child. That is the slogan our nation once held high. The village is made up of cold case workers doing a job and the children know it.
Your answer is more social band-aids, but never addressing the core problem. My answer is breaking the cycle creating the need for never ending social programs.
I'd have to disagree on that as well. While I do believe it takes a village to raise a child in many instances, my kids are my own. Of course I want someone looking out for them, if they misbehave when I'm not present I want that brought to my attention but I and my husband are the only one's who have the right to punish my children should they need it.
Well, also, I am sure you may have significant disagreements with how other people view life, the world, and thus how they want to "raise" your children. Now, to some extent, that is to be expected, as everyone is different and diversity in that regard can be a strength, however, there are most certainly quaky people with dangerously quaky or immoral ideas that I would not want anywhere near my kids, in that sense (if I were a father)--as they are simply a bad influencing, possibly abusive, and generally corrupting.