Sunday, May 13, 2007

Kiwis want to keep Section 59

1. Parents/families should keep the right to opperate as entities seperate from the state, and they can decide how they raise their own children.

2. 68% to 83% of the population of New Zealand also believes this.

Repealing Section 59 is not going to reduce child abuse.  Child abuse is already illegal.  Beating, hitting, punching, kicking children is un-acceptable.

4. The good mums and dads of New Zealand do not hit their children around the head with planks of wood.  They do not whip them with horse-whips.

5.  But these decent law-abiding citizens are exactly the people being targeted by the Clark/Bradford.

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