Using Jehova's name in vain is no way...

Using Jehova's name in vain is no way to raise children.

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San Juan, Puerto Rico

#1 Dec 1, 2012
Why do some people bring children into this world when they lack the basic human values?

Merrill, WI

#3 Dec 1, 2012
Jorge wrote:
Why do some people bring children into this world when they lack the basic human values?
Oh, how do I ever agree with you..

I wish there was a law prohibiting people who cant take care of the children they have, and not to keep Popping out more and more and have others pay for them.Then who does the suffering? Everyone involved, but mostly the children do, and this is just sick..

I had a family memeber who recently changed jobs from police officer to social worker and the stories they tell me? OMG! It's soooo bad, that I sometimes dont even want to hear them.

You can really see the Ruler of this world.. He really preys on our children..

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