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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » People Who Make You Agree With Mandatory Tubal Ligation

LC Serena HL (Habitual Lurker) knocks one right out of the park over at the Cigar Intelligence Agency blog.

Mother Of Tot Found On The I-465 Is Free On Bail.

…I think this is wrong on so many levels. This woman is a member of a child advocacy group! Not the “taking a nap and being carefree while my toddler plays chicken with a Mack truck” group!….

Hey, I just saved a lot of money on DNA testing. The post eliminates all doubt.

Definitely worth a read.

So I’m nepotistic? What else can you come up with?

:tongue2_tb:

JB-

5 Responses to “People Who Make You Agree With Mandatory Tubal Ligation”
  1. Ten-Ten Comment by Ten-Ten

    The child wasn’t wandering off, he was escaping. Would’ve made it too if it weren’t for the fact that, the biological unit (mother doesn’t fit here) had malnourished the child and his stamina wasn’t what it should have been. This poor kid would have a better chance at life if he were a “free range” child. If you want to help this kid, send protein shakes and road maps.

  2. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane UNITED STATES

    The best help for this child would be for the department of child removal (otherwise known as DCPS or “those sorry bastards at the welfare office”) to do their job and actually remove a child from a home when its deserved. Their usual wont is to remove children from white, Christian homes for trumped up bullshit.

    Someone needs to send this “mother-” a cotton root shake with about half a cup of cotton root in it. Maybe without working ovaries she could stop blasting them out for a while.

  3. NCLivingBrit Comment by NCLivingBrit UNITED STATES

    The best thing someone could do for this child would be to put a couple of .45ACP JHP’s into his so called mother.

    At the very least, being adopted/fostered -now- might let him get over the worst effects of the female who dropped him like a foal and thinks less of him than a dog.

    I’m not fond of children, not having children and don’t really like to be around children… But damn it, they deserve better than this!

  4. Unregistered Comment by tweell

    I did much the same thing when I was three. The day after my third birthday, I decided to take my new tricycle out for a cruise. My mother was dealing with my 1 month old baby brother (sick), so told my eight and nine year old sisters to watch me (hah!). We lived in San Fernando, CA, right next to I405. I took off, went up the onramp and was tooling along on the side of the highway when a nice policeman showed up. I told him where I lived and he brought me home.

    The policeman asked my mom quite a few questions and checked the house before he was satisfied that I wasn’t being neglected. Mom was incredibly embarrassed, neither Mom nor Dad were amused.
    I was a well-nourished three year old on wheels, so I had made it almost a mile before being apprehended. My sisters and I slept on our stomachs that night, and I never did get to ride my tricycle again. :(

  5. Unregistered Comment by annoyinglittletwerp UNITED STATES

    I AM mildly autistic-I was diagnosed with Aspergers when I was 33-and the excuses thedo-gooders were making for this BITCH has me seeing red!!!