Educating Parents to Do What?
Hilda Mitchell’s column “Toward a Kinder Generation” (Feb. 6) comprised logic and reasoning right up until she called on Michelle Obama to harness her “dedication to family” into educating parents.
President Barack Obama has spent his entire presidential career lamenting the existence of the middle class and poor as a direct result of those “haves” who just will not pay their fair share and pull their full load.
Through community organizing-type gesticulating and language, he has convinced his voting base through envy, resentment and jealousy that the undeserved “haves” possess more at the expense of the “have-nots.”
Paralleling Mitchell’s suggestion of how politicians’ roles in law enforcement, or the lack of it, may affect the growing presence of anger in the populace, just how angry do you suppose the president’s class warfare rant du jour makes a percentage of the cross section of the country?
There is no question that a two-parent household is a preferable model in which to raise and nurture children, but the current administration and its accompanying government policies foster a dependent populace and one-parent families.
Does anyone wonder why the mother mistreated her child? Maybe she did it out of frustration with a dependence on government subsidy that relegates her to a “waiting room of life.” How might that dependency translate into dissatisfaction with one’s self to the point of uncontrollable anger?
Addressing the “educating parents” part of the article and the hoped-for first lady’s role — educating parents to do what?
Is it not President Obama who has promulgated as the law of the land the distribution of free birth control for girls as young as 14, as well as the morning-after pill and unfettered abortion — a recipe for a solid family foundation and responsible parenting, yes?
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