#44 Apr 12, 2008
Little ones are dropping like flies, does anyone else see it? In 28 years I have only seen one case where CPS stepped in and took kids out of a bad situation. Many more times have I seen or heard of them being left behind, just to senselessly wind up dead. I understand that they (CPS)are busy...but how would they feel if someone was too busy to step in and save the life or their child or a loved ones? There has got to be someway to fix the problem, so where are the people with the brains? They are surely not working where they are needed!
#45 Apr 27, 2008
The only way to fix it, is to scrap it altogether and start over.
Seems we are going to have to from a monetary stand point anyway. The Social Security structure in this country can not withstand anymore of it's wasteful mismanagement.
Social Security is going broke in large part because of CPS. It would be different if they did something meaningful and purposeful for greater mankind, but they don't.
“If ya can't say somethin' nice”
Since: Feb 08
#46 Apr 27, 2008
And nothing was ever done to her.... yet the guy in Muskegon went to prison. My guess is that those poor children are back with that nasty poor excuse for a human being. She had completed the parenting classes once before and it obviously did no good!
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