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Friday, January 30, 2015

 

Teacher: I see the difference in educational privilege every day...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2015/01/29/teacher-i-see-the-difference-in-educational-privilege-every-day-i-live-it-i-am-disgusted-by-it/?tid=pm_pop


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As The Washington Post report states: “A growing number of children start kindergarten already trailing their more privileged peers and rarely, if ever, catch up. They are less likely to have support at home, are less frequently exposed to enriching activities outside of school, and are more likely to drop out and never attend college.” They are, overall, less likely to succeed.


The excerpt above is the reason why so many kids, primarily black kids, turn out the way they do in their later lives. The non-inclusion and segregated treatment of less fortunate kids directly lends to negative mental developments and that whole 'no one cares about me' attitude. Likewise, thos irresponsible parents who brought them into this world knowing they couldn't properly care for them is also a BIG factor. These kids didn't ask to come here and shouldn't be brought here only to suffer at the hands of those WHO COULDN'T EVEN TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES.

This is a very bad, vicious cycle which still prevails right now. Parents that are on the system because they're not very educated and have very low paying jobs. Then, they have kids which must also be put on the system 'cause they can't take care of 'em. Then, there's those lost by the wayside with imprisoned or dead parents as mentioned in the article. Where does it stop? Why don't we have population laws in place similar to China? We can't prevent people from having sex and reproducing but, I'd think we can make it where people would think real hard about being so careless with reproducing.

No one in their right mind is a willing proponent of abortions. But, it is one way to prevent SEVERE hardships on both women and children suffering in the world...AND OTHERS HAVING TO CARE FOR THEM INDIRECTLY ALONG WITH THEIR OWN KIDS WHICH THEY'RE DIRECTLY RESONSIBLE FOR ALREADY. This is where religion enters the picture and Republicans lean on the pro-life argument while simultaneously SLAMMING people that bring kids into the world which the cannot care for...and end up on the system for you and me to provide for. You can't have it both ways, guys. The argument of pro-life must apply without reserve to circumstanced-based backlash of those ending up on the system.

Something to consider is this: just think how OVERLY populated the world would be if there were never ANY abortions in the past. Just think of how many kids would be on the system, fatherless, motherless, orphans, out robbing and killing, prostituting, and everything else. See, an intelligent person must take all things into account and apply the multifaceted train of thought to arrive at logical conclusions on such sensitive issues. Even in the animal/wild kingdom world, there's a such thing as over population due to excessive reproduction. Those animals which can beat the odds and survive will make it. Those that can't are killed, die off, or are brought under control by other means.

More to consider: how is it that folks are willing to go down to the SPCA and adopt an animal that's less fortunate rather than adopt a child that's less fortunate? I'll tell you why, it's because animals don't know any better so people have MORE COMPASSION on an animal. Oh, but what about the pro-life argument for human beings that's being touted? Why aren't all these people going and trying to help all these kids which are in the SAME PREDICAMENT as those animals? The human life supposedly has more priority...right? Nope, wrong answer. People seem to feel that human beings should know better than to be so careless and, in term, show LESS COMPASSION for a human AFTER THEY'VE ARRIVED INTO THE WORLD.

How about that, America. Republicans surge around ant-abortion but, why aren't they simultaneously writing up laws to care for those unwanted births? Put them up for adoption? The orphanages in America already are jam packed as it is and Americans aren't as interested in the KIDS HERE as they are in other places. Excerpt and link:

http://www.ccainstitute.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=25&Itemid=43

According to the U.S. State Department, U.S. families adopted more than 7,000 children in 2012. Last year, Americans adopted the highest number of children from China followed by Ethiopia, Ukraine, Haiti, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

That speaks volumes, America. We complain about all the kids on the system right here in our back yard but, go across the waters to adopt one and care for. Our priorities are completely backwards and only those willing to put it all together and face the TRUTH are willing to talk about it...like me. They adopt animals/pets HERE and go OVER THERE to adopt the bulk of the kids. Yet, they SLAM THE PRESIDENT FOR WANTING TO PROVIDE SERVICES FOR THE LESS FORTUNATE KIDS. Amazing.
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