Who should live and who should die?

Apparently, the courts now even have the power to determine who should live.
I really don’t know what more to add. I’m pretty much dumbfounded.

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  1. Pip said,

    January 26, 2006 @ 10:28 am

    One of the key quotes from the article:

    “Instead, the court did something just as unthinkable: It handed that power over life and death to the same child welfare agency that had failed time and time and time again to protect Haleigh from her abusers in the first place.”

    Ideas have consequences, as we’re seeing here, with power being ceded to “experts” and government entities. This is highly troubling and terribly sad. It’s too bad none of these “decision”-makers was able to hear the sermon on Sunday.

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