Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Community Voices: Charbonneau

Charbonneau said on: December 30, 2011, 7:34 am

I can speak on this law from personal experience. This law forced me to drop out of high school to avoid being put in a foster home. I missed more then 20days of high school my freshman year. The combination of nee surgery and a poor family(lack of transportation). Caused me to miss so many days. I became award of the state. Still I never had any CPS worker offer to take me to school. This law combined with the automatic failure policy schools have contributed to me dropping out. What's the point of attending class when your an automatic fail. In some cases I had an A but was auto fail.

It's time for the rights to be returned to the parent. This notion that the state government knows best is an infringement upon Liberty. We need to get these bureaucratic laws out of our schools and out of personal lives. Why should a parent be in fear of the government? What if these laws actually do the opposite of what they were intended to do? What happened to our rights? The right to say when our child will be attending school and when they won't. Nebraska you need to wake up. CPS has been child harvesting to get more federal money. It's only the poor who's children get taken away. Look into it. What does that tell you? The rich have lawyers to protect there rights. To me that is not equal justice. What does a higher income have to do with being a parent?

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