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Re: Dad: NJ Threatens to Take Away Son After Pencil-twirling Incident

Sounds like a few state officials need to be shot.

Governor Rick Perry over in Texas was successful in pushing legislation that mandated random drug tests for public high school students. By no small or baffling coincidence, the company that won the contract to perform said tests was heavily invested in by none other than Texas governor Rick Perry. Fancy that, amirite?

When state authorities start taking pages from the federal parasite's playbook, it's time for state authorities to be put in check.

The beauty of all of this irrational zero tolerance in the name of "protecting our children"? It hasn't done shit to reduce the rate of school shootings.

And let's not forget the liberal authoritarian thought process that tells parents that their children are not theirs to raise.

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I'm so glad I don't have children.

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Wow...it looks like someone was watching too many old cowboy movies. Who, besides trick draw artists (a very small percentage of gun owners/users), twirls a revolver? What kind of idiot bed wetting liberal anti gun teacher would associate twirling a pencil with spinning a revolver a la old time dime westerns? Geez...

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Say wha??

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How do you 'free up a child' for adoption like a fucking commodity?

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Wow...it looks like someone was watching too many old cowboy movies. Who, besides trick draw artists (a very small percentage of gun owners/users), twirls a revolver? What kind of idiot bed wetting liberal anti gun teacher would associate twirling a pencil with spinning a revolver a la old time dime westerns? Geez...
I used to twirl my Pop's Ruger Vaquero whenever we were hanging out and I was bored. Never did it when it was loaded, although the risk of doing so would be zero if the hammer were down given that it's a single-action revolver.

If a pistol can be easily twirled like that, it's usually a sign that it's a well-balanced weapon (which the Vaquero most certain is). By contrast, it's a pain in the ass to twirl a loaded 1911 because so much of the weight is in the grip.

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How do you 'free up a child' for adoption like a fucking commodity?
No shit. I that where we are heading

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CYS/CPS is way out of control... it's all "cash for kids"...

What's the best way to move up the ladder/increase your income if you're a CYS/CPS worker?

"Rescue" as many children from homes not or safe or safe as possible.. lack of fucked up families? no problem.. plenty of kids in homes being raised better than you were in your childhood. (The CYS/CPS worker)

The local CYS here just got a 49 million dollar bonus in "Funding" and a new building just this year in Pottsville, PA.
Highly doubt that was necessary...

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CYS/CPS is way out of control... it's all "cash for kids"...

What's the best way to move up the ladder/increase your income if you're a CYS/CPS worker?

"Rescue" as many children from homes not or safe or safe as possible.. lack of fucked up families? no problem.. plenty of kids in homes being raised better than you were in your childhood. (The CYS/CPS worker)

The local CYS here just got a 49 million dollar bonus in "Funding" and a new building just this year in Pottsville, PA.
Highly doubt that was necessary...
There are so many kids out there in true need of intervention by a social worker, this is not one of them. What a waste of time and resources.

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For whatever reason (public school education perhaps?) I missed the part about canceling parental rights. WTF!? Are you kidding me? My God, and everyone bitches about the police having too much authority...how about these retards? Kinda makes beatin the shit outta some criminal moron seem tame doesn't it? Maybe...just maybe, we should focus our attention of this kind of overreach of government power and stop worrying about whether some cop shot a protected minority on purpose or because he was a criminal. Overall, I'm thinking this might be a far more serious and problematic issue because it not something fun/easy to blast all over the Internet. Police brutality will take care of it's self (citizens, internal affairs, political oversight, etc.) but this "hidden" abuse of power needs to be exposed at every opportunity.

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