Let's say you live in Kansas and you are super duper into the idea of spanking your kid because you can't think of any other way to address disciplinary issues or just because you are an abusive bastard. (Why choose?) And let's say that you also wish that someone would just clarify how much spanking and bruising you could do? Well, you are in the right place, people, because Kansas is coming correct by proposing the biggest bestest
But it&#039;s just so easy.
You could conceivably increase the amount of exercise people get. Somebody may have to chase the child around the house, possibly even around the yard and down the street a couple of times before one is able to restrain the now exhausted child. Good cardio workout there.
Just thinking out loud, here .... but can the kids get a gun carry permit in Kansas? Seems that would make for an interesting set of checks and balances.
My kid would choose a spanking over having her cellphone and laptop taken away any day of the week.
I&#039;m in favor of a companion bill: &quot;If a parent discovers that a teacher or other school personnel has spanked his or her child, even with the written consent of the other parent, the parent can do bodily harm to that personnel without fear of reprisal&quot;.
<i>...The result, Colle said, is &ldquo;an entire generation&rdquo; of defiant children who lack discipline...</i> Well, back in my day, we were great. Just as polite and respectful as you could be. And our parents told us how great they had been as children. But these whippersnappers today ... Yeah. Right. So, after thousands of years of &quot;defiant children&quot;, someone has finally come up with a method no one ever thought of before. Ever.
To which I would add tranvaginal ultrasounds, open carry in bars and on playgrounds, and nullifying federal law.
He sounds nice.
I see nothing wrong with this, since as we all know, all <strike>romantic partners</strike> children <strike>secretly</strike> earnestly <strike>desire</strike> deserve a good spanking every day.
It is of utmost importance for the child&#039;s moral health that the &quot;rod of correction&quot; be freely employed during upbringing. This is because it imparts the critical life lesson that the application of physical violence against those who are vulnerable is a valuable method for resolving conflicts.
Sure, enlightened states have enlightened pols and electorate. But I&#039;m in Texas, where someone wearing a cooking pot on his head wouldn&#039;t look out of place in the state house. Politicians in Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and the Deep South are still suspicious of universal suffrage, literacy for non-whites, and that mysterious electricity, which drips electrons out of the wall sockets onto the floor.
You monster! If you&#039;d only smacked the little reprobate around a little, he never would have ended up Kansas!
<i>&ldquo;Children have become fully aware of what they can legally get away with and play their parents off against each other and authorities,&rdquo; Colle&rsquo;s testimony said. &ldquo;They can act out of control and get away with it because they can play the abuse or battery card and also get a change of custody to a more lenient parent.&rdquo;</i>
Nothing more disruptive to good order than a schoolhouse lawyer!
stand your backside
&quot;....using reasonable physical force to restrain the child.&quot;
What, like Hello Kitty&trade; manacles?
Wow - the Spare the Rod Law (beat your kids), the Finish the Job Law (domestic abusers/people with restraining orders on them should be able to have firearms), the Jesus Told Me To Beat You Up Law (pretty self explanatory). They are slacking on that Branding Adulteress&#039; Law and the reintroduction of the Scolds Bridle for children and women who sass.
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