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[In reply to 'laws again parents beating their children are immoral?!']In my opinion yes if you cant respect a familys rights how are you any different than that family not respecting there childs rights.

Haylow, Internet Infidels 7 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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WTF?! || meh

They call me V

So, it's the families 'right' to beat the children? Where, pray do tell, do you get that from, your ass?

2/9/2008 11:06:23 PM

All right. So when does this fabulous reasoning apply to homosexual families? You know, when a homosexual couple adopts children or at least tries to? I don't see you people respecting their rights to adopt or for their prospective child to have a home with them rather than being stuck in an orphanage. But you would support the right of a couple to beat their children if they were homosexual?

You are a hideous hypocrite.

2/10/2008 1:01:32 AM


the family who beats their child are causing a helpless child(their own flesh and blood) physical harm.
taking away you "right" to beat your child guarentees the children the right to live in a safe, happy environment. it also has the dual purpose of allowing us to arrest people who DO beat their children, and after several years, once all the people who "oppose"(said with as much venom and bile as i can muster) the law have proceeded to ignore it and beat their children anyway have been arrested, children can finally sleep not fearing their vile, horrible parents.
I hope your child beats you within an inch of death when they are finally old enough.

2/15/2012 8:12:06 PM


The rights of the minority needs to be addressed first, as the minority is the most defenseless.
In this case that is the right of the child first, then the right of the family. The child has the right to not be physically or mentally harmed. The family has the right to take care of its offspring.

2/15/2012 11:13:16 PM

Filin De Blanc

What's the point of the child having the right not to be beaten by their parents if it's not actually possible for them to enforce that right?

2/16/2012 1:55:49 AM

Crimson Lizard

Imagine yourself as a small child.

Imagine being woken up violently by a parent bursting through your door, screaming incoherently at the top of its lungs and waving a weapon, which it then proceeds to beat you with (a wooden spoon was my mother's weapon of choice; my husband's father preferred a belt).

Now imagine this happening every fucking night.

You'd hate it, right? You'd have a problem with it, right?

Then why the flying fuck would you defend the weapon-wielding psycho's "right" to do this?

11/1/2015 3:07:55 PM

Some Guy Passing Through.

Well, you know what House Bolton say:
"The family that flays together stays together."

11/1/2015 4:05:45 PM