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The absence of spanking is hardly proof of good parenting. But good parenting never requires hitting.

 

With all due respect, Eat manure.

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With all due respect, Eat manure.

 

THis lockout is getting under yer skin, ain't it? :wacko:

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THis lockout is getting under yer skin, ain't it? :wacko:

 

yo mama's responses in this thread make me look meek & humble, beside being so incredibly wrong at the same time. That is a level of arrogant stupidity that is almost impossible to acheive - no small feat.

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yo mama's responses in this thread make me look meek & humble, beside being so incredibly wrong at the same time. That is a level of arrogant stupidity that is almost impossible to acheive - no small feat.

While discipline is certainly required, I have yet to experience a situation with my own children that required violence. Not once.

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While discipline is certainly required, I have yet to experience a situation with my own children that required violence. Not once.

 

Maybe you can make a living teaching everyone else in the world how to raise their kids.

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Maybe you can make a living teaching everyone else in the world how to raise their kids.

How to raise them to be just like his you mean.

 

Here's a thought - Not all kids are the same.

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Maybe you can make a living teaching everyone else in the world how to raise their kids.

:wacko:

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Here's a thought - Not all kids are the same.

Clearly, the same is true for parents.

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Clearly, the same is true for parents.

 

A wise man in this thread once said:

 

Different things work for different people, that includes adults and children.

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The absence of spanking is hardly proof of good parenting. But good parenting never requires hitting.

Hogwash

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Hogwash

Okay.

 

Just our of curiosity, do you have kids, and if so how often do you hit them? Perhaps that will help me better understand.

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Okay.

 

Just our of curiosity, do you have kids, and if so how often do you hit them? Perhaps that will help me better understand.

:wacko: He is 72 and a retired teacher/principal.

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:wacko: He is 72 and a retired teacher/principal.

uh-oh, the lawyer may have to admit that he is qualified to be admitted as an expert witness

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:tup: He is 72 and a retired teacher/principal.

 

Might be time for Yo Mama to quietly exit the thread. :wacko:

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uh-oh, the lawyer may have to admit that he is qualified to be admitted as an expert witness

Perfect! Because that's precisely what I'm want an expert opinion on. If I am to correct the error of my ways it would be helpful to know how often a "good parent" should strike their child.

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Might be time for Yo Mama to quietly exit the thread. :wacko:

:tup: Not likely. People are trying to justify violence against children, and somehow *I'm* the bad guy. I'm perfectly happy standing up for the losing side of this argument.

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Perfect! Because that's precisely what I'm want an expert opinion on. If I am to correct the error of my ways it would be helpful to know how often a "good parent" should strike their child.

 

Depends on how hard you hit them.

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:lol: Not likely. People are trying to justify violence against children, and somehow *I'm* the bad guy. I'm perfectly happy standing up for the losing side of this argument.

 

Bullsh*t. You're arrogantly proclaiming that your parenting techniques are right and everyone else is wrong and when you were challenged you turned into a sarcastic little b*tch.

 

Sorry in advance for the name-calling. :tup:

 

And smacking a child is hardly "violence against children". :wacko:

 

You been hanging out with ratsass lately?

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Depends on how hard you hit them.

What if the children are already well behaved. Should I hit them anyways?

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What if the children are already well behaved. Should I hit them anyways?

 

That was a joke, in case you really didn't pick up on it.

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What if the children are already well behaved. Should I hit them anyways?

 

[shawshank] How can you be so obtuse? Is it deliberate? [/shawshank]

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Hitting a child is wrong. Period. If you can't find a better way that's on you.

 

 

I'm curious about your stand on partial birth abortion.

 

 

 

 

 

Me, as I child I was spanked, with a belt. The question was whether it was to be the strap end only, or the buckle end. I held hate in my heart at those moments, not for my actions which were being punished, but to my punisher.

 

I have never spanked as a parent. I did reserve to myself the right to do so, but never exercised that right.

 

I have wanted to spank the spoiled rotten bratty children of others. I have also wanted to spank those who allowed therir kids to become overindulged brats with no respect for their elders.

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That was a joke, in case you really didn't pick up on it.

ditto.

 

Hey, let's assume all parents love their kids and want their kids to be well mannered. If you can attain that result without hitting, isn't that something worth striving for?

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