Lufkin dad wants adults held responsible for teen drinking wreck
"My son was in a place where he wasn't supposed to be," said the teen's father, Michael Odell.
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#1 Jun 8, 2012
i thought it was a crime to serve alcohol to underage people. why do we even punish any alcohol related incident? nothing wrong with alcohol. our government gets money from it. cigarettes too. i think all children should be required to drink and smoke so we can have lower healthcare costs. nobody cared 50 years ago and things were just fine. now everything is a crime and look at the mess we have. pretty soon, there will be a law regulating every single thing we do. already the mayor in new york wants to make it illegal to sell larger than 16 oz sodas. it's no fun being in this country now. high schools have police walking the halls. kids are treated like criminals. is it any wonder they grow up with problems?
#2 Jun 11, 2012
1. Parents don't lay the belt or switch on the kids ass any more, and if they do somebody will be complaining to the law or CPS.
2. Most schools don't either, and if they do many bleeding heart adults will be raising hell.
3. This is the reason for so much juvinile crime.
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