Monday, July 30, 2012

85% of children living in povery in Boston come from single parent homes

The Opine Editorials: The Measure of Poverty (in Boston)

Married or not, a mother and father are still legally obligated to their children, but we don't see the best results if they are not married. Hence I still stand by the one man/one woman definition of marriage.

I guess I will have to accept my punishment for this secular heresy for these thoughts of 'hate'.

2 comments:

  1. Hang in there and eat at Chic-fil-A.  But, be warned.  My youngest, his spouse and their brood, down in Centreville, went to one for lunch yesterday and it was well packed.

    Regards  —  Cliff

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  2. At the point while I will buycott CFA, I won't boycott other business. CFA is now a being made an example so other companies will comply. Henson gives to GLAAD, instead of a children's charity. Amazon will has never given to anyone, has now pledged 2.5 million.

    Meanwhile at the Department of Children and Families, they still work on the traditional male/female model for children, engaging involvement with both mother and father.

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