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Child Abuse…

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 13-09-2014

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Anyone who abuses a child should be punished to the full extent of the law. A child cannot protect themselves and anyone who abuses them should pay. Now, I did not say spanking or whipping a child is child abuse…Spare the rod and spoil the child…There is a big difference. If whipping had been child abuse when I was growing up, my mom and dad would have been thrown under the jail. Momma got me with a peach tree limb she kept in the corner of the kitchen and Pop whip me with a big old Marine belt…And he always made it pop when he was talking to me about my sins. That popping was worst than the actual whipping…I am pretty sure he could see the fear in my eyes. I never got a whipping from them that I did not deserve…I survived all those correction methods, learned there was a right and a wrong, learned that payment had to be made from breaking one of their laws. I thank them for loving me enough to say, “You got to obey the laws, boy, or you will be punished.” I still see nothing wrong with that…Lots of folks do. Now, I don’t know what was in Adrian Peterson’s mind when he punished his son, but I imagine it was to let him know right from wrong. If that was the case and there was only marks of the whipping, I see no wrong doing, let the man do what fathers the world over need to do and let him get back to work. If he did abuse the child, then punish him to the full extent of the law. But from what I see and hear, the public needs to just back off and let the man be a Father……

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