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Sat 13th January 2007

Child Abusers Rights > Law Abiding Dads’

Filed under: General — Intrepid @ 1:38 am

Dateline: USA
By: Thurston Pundits http://thurstonpundits.blogspot.com/
From: The Honor Network

Priority News Exchange Program News Item (PNEP)

The Zero reports today that Gregory would like to hire 77 new employees in Washington’s most bloated and corrupt department- DSHS. These employees would supervise visits between convicted child abusers and their children in foster care.

Just to be clear- the state will not spend one nickel on making sure courts prosecute flagrant violations of parenting plans so non-custodial parents get time with their kids. The state will also not spend one nickel checking the rate of parents getting screwed out of joint custody in family courts or the track records of judges “managing a very complex process.”

In summary, if you are a non-custodial father in Washington, you have fewer rights in this state than an intact couple or custodial mother CONVICTED of child abuse and meth.

Follow the money. The legislature and DSHS get paid for the number of broken families in this state, it’s not in their collective institutional best interest to create policy to keep families in tact. The lobbyist[s] from the ambulance chasing guild and NOW believe this is a good thing.

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