Discussion in 'What's On Your Mind?' started by Lisa Simeone, Jun 29, 2012.
In These Times: Prohibition Follies: Camps Ban Sunscreen as Drug
Yes, but PARENTS can actually lose custody of their children for failing to apply sunscreen to the child. It's considered severe neglect if the failure results in a 2nd degree burn. It's easy for many kids to receive such burns in a period of about 45 minutes.
I've seen a lot of instances where school officials get away with abuse and neglect that would culminate in parents losing custody of their child lately. These state goons want to own our kids, and they're not bashful about abusing their chattel. These officials are bold and brazen in their contempt for our right to protect our children and their "right" to carelessly subject these same kids to harm.
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