State Replaces Parents In California
Many parents are rightfully concerned about a bill introduced recently in the California legislature. SB18 by Doctor Richard Pan requires "all children have "“parents, guardians, or caregivers who act in their best interest” and to “form healthy attachments with adults responsible for their care and well-being." Does that really need to be said? That might not sound too ominous to Democrats who have total faith in The State, but it's a real concern when that State wants to let itself decide which basic parental decisions are right and good for the child. Never mind we already have laws of that regard to a great extent.
Other parts of the bill seem of even more concern:
It also stipulates that the child is to “live in a safe and healthy environment”
We can just imagine what will be deemed a safe environment by The State. After all, we know progressives think eating red meat is unhealthy and contributes to global warming. Will children be taken from homes where red meat is eaten since it's deemed unhealthy? What about homes when parents smoke tobacco or pot? Will kids be removed?
It's frightening to think about the slippery slope this law leads to. Perhaps even more frightening that the Democrats think they can easily introduce such a bill and no one will resist.
Seem far fetched? I don't think so. It's not unlike every other stupid law Democrats make into law. They pass it, figuring they'll deal with the fallout later. Bad law introduced by bad people. No question about it.