seb146 wrote:PixelPilot wrote:seb146 wrote:So we have shifted into "we must have this law because morality" but not everyone lives by the same moral code. This is forcing everyone to live by one small group's moral code. It seems to me that code is: love and protect the fetus, hate and throw away the child. People are willing to force births but not lift a finger for the children and families who need assistance.
That's because nobody cares about the child once he/she is born. If it goes into the system somebody makes money so it becomes a product. A lot of product = a lot of money.
Interestingly enough the burden is on taxpayers but the profits fall into private hands..
https://www.cnn.com/2021/09/04/politics ... index.html
https://people.com/parents/neil-patrick ... -birthday/
Four kids adopted by stable homes but, both parents are men and the right is losing their minds. There are plenty of people who care about children.
There is another tenet of Republicanism: privatize the profits, socialize the losses. But, that is also for another thread....
Don't make it political. Makes your point moot.
This is a shit people thing not republican/democratic one.
"...Too often, however, the children in foster lag behind national standards in relation to the minimal care and protection we strive to achieve for children. As a result, youth in foster care often transition into adulthood without the tools and support they need to thrive..."
"...Children in foster care have experienced abuse, neglect, and other adverse childhood experiences that can negatively impact their health. In fact, half of all kids in foster care have endured four or more adverse childhood experiences..."
That's a democratic state. Again, to me this means nothing. It is just shit people making shit decisions and not giving those kids proper care.