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Old June 28th 03, 05:10 AM
Greg Hanson
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Can we review whether kids in state care are allowed to
send and receive US Mail?

The basic idea of restricted contact between family members
doesn't make sense to me except in the most horrible cases.

Some of the foster care providers with large numbers
of kids do sound a lot like the old "orphanages".

What's really incredible is that CPS agencies create
"orphans of the living" by removing kids for reasons
as piddly as "clutter" in order to self justify and
feed their allied industries of foster care and
social services contractors.

I have often heard foster care called foster incarceration.

My cheapo dictionary defines incarceration as jail.

Is there some other definition of incarceration that
does NOT apply to foster care?
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Old June 28th 03, 06:03 AM
Kane
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On 27 Jun 2003 21:10:20 -0700, (Greg Hanson)
wrote:

Can we review whether kids in state care are allowed to
send and receive US Mail?


Sure, go ahead. I'll even offer what I know, Whore.

Yes, they can unless there is some overiding concern, such as safety
of the child and the foster family providing a safe place for the
child. Or that the child for some reason related to therapeutic
concerns is temporarily restricted by order of the shrink doing the
therapy. Kids right their family members all the time while in out of
home care.

The basic idea of restricted contact between family members
doesn't make sense to me except in the most horrible cases.


Of course not. You have no sense other than the one for self delusion
and self gratification indicated by your causing the removal of the
child from the home of her mother, where you now reside, sitting on
your fat worthless lazy backside. Hope you are shaggin' momma
frequently. She has to get something out of the arrangement you
orchestrated and have tried to blame on grandma.

Some of the foster care providers with large numbers
of kids do sound a lot like the old "orphanages".


Yes. Can we assume you are then recruiting for foster parents so the
ratio will be lowered a bit? How about you volun.........opps, s'cuse
me, no not you. I forgot your strange ability to train children like
animals. Were you teaching the girl to bark?

What's really incredible is that CPS agencies create
"orphans of the living" by removing kids for reasons
as piddly as "clutter"


What's even more incredible is that you can sit there as the cause of
a child and mother being kept apart and not puke all over yourself.
I've noticed that you are quite adept at avoidance by diversion to
other topics.

The only thing we want you to post here are your plans and the
execution of those plans to move your lazy ass out of that little
girl's rightful home that you usurped.

in order to self justify


If there is any self justifying going on here it is yours.

and
feed


And you feed at the table from the dishes and comistibles that belong
by rights to that child you displaced.

their allied industries of foster care and
social services contractors.


Who would provide foster care and contracted services if these didn't?
You volunteering your time again? Can we count on you to stay out of
the showers and away from towels and animal training tricks?

I have often heard foster care called foster incarceration.


No you haven't except right here were you share space with a number of
lard asses such as yourself. When children are old enough in most
states there is nothing holding them in the foster home. They can
leave if they wish. If there is an order of protection keeping them
away from their parents, however, the parents can be charged if they
do not notify CPS and or the police immediately and take some steps to
remove the child from their premises.

My cheapo dictionary defines incarceration as jail.


Very good for a cheapo dictionary. Did you get that with the money you
cadge off the little girls mother?

Is there some other definition of incarceration that
does NOT apply to foster care?


Ah, little Greegor the Whore plays at wit. Let me see now, which of
the rules of logic have you managed to insult this time, ****ant?

Ah yes, false analogy. Sorry, Whore. You blew it again. No one is
fooled or diverted from the facts about you that you have posted here
in these ngs before. You moved in. The child got showered and towel
attended and pushed back under the shower by you then taken away by
the state whereupon you created a document to present to the court
that was absolutely guaranteed to keep the child out of the mother's
home, where you reside to this day, not working, babbling your
stupidity and spreading your foul stench upon the land.

I'll still be happy to teach the girl livestock castration when she is
old enough, and teach grandpa how to punch much much harder. How may I
get in touch with them?

Tah.

Kane
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Old July 2nd 03, 01:10 AM
LaVonne Carlson
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This has been deleted from alt.parenting.spanking. Please check your
cross posts. This has nothing to do with the designated topic of
alt.parenting.spanking.]

LaVonne

Greg Hanson wrote:

Can we review whether kids in state care are allowed to
send and receive US Mail?

The basic idea of restricted contact between family members
doesn't make sense to me except in the most horrible cases.

Some of the foster care providers with large numbers
of kids do sound a lot like the old "orphanages".

What's really incredible is that CPS agencies create
"orphans of the living" by removing kids for reasons
as piddly as "clutter" in order to self justify and
feed their allied industries of foster care and
social services contractors.

I have often heard foster care called foster incarceration.

My cheapo dictionary defines incarceration as jail.

Is there some other definition of incarceration that
does NOT apply to foster care?


 




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