WHO’S YOUR DADDY? What is the proper role of the federal government in child rearing?

In Family Rights on May 17, 2009 at 11:05 pm


What is the proper role of the federal government in child rearing? (4540 votes)

The Constitution is clear — there is NO role for Washington in child rearing. Period! 70% (3187)
Ronald Reagan was right: “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.'” 23% (1046)
The story gives me chills — is Big Brother already here? 5% (209)
Some government involvement is OK but it often goes overboard 0% (20)
It’s OK as long as participation is voluntary 0% (15)
Other 0% (14)
It needs to be there to prevent the abuse of children 0% (12)
The Constitution’s provision to provide for the general welfare strongly suggests a role in providing protection and opportunities for children 0% (10)
With the breakdown of families, communities and other institutions, the government has no choice but to step in 0% (8)
The government’s role is to provide a social safety net, especially for kids 0% (7)
It really does take a village to raise a child 0% (5)
Let’s face it — often times parents don’t know what’s best 0% (4)
It’s irresponsible not to take advantage of the federal government’s vast experience and resources 0% (3)

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