What a stupid, insensitive headline. How the hell do you know if the babies surrendered are "unwanted"? This is an example of journalism and editing that should be mocked for its careless, irresponsible attempt at a snarky, attention-grabbing headline. Is this how you expect to attract readers and get advertisers back? It's disgusting.
Try to imagine what it is like to make that choice. Unwanted? Hardly. Realizing you are unable to care for a child properly is more likely the case. This issue is to be supported, or at least stated factually as self-respecting news and headline-writers do ... your headline belittles the issue and reminds me of something I read on the crawl on Hannity. Giving a child a better chance at a full life where their needs can be met is a courageous, selfless thing for a parent to do. Kudos to fire departments for doing this.
I too use to think that more people should vote, but I've come to realize that most non-voters are so entirely uninformed that we may better off with them not voting!
IF we could inspire more people to have the intellectual curiosity to want to know something more about the issues we face as a society and to not assume that any one media sources is giving them both sides of every story, then I would be pleased to have those folks vote.
Yeah but, unless she changes her last name to "Arkley" or abandons a dog litter by the road, her speech won't be featured by any local papers or TV.
We don't take too fondly 'bout no bookwritin', NY do-gooders 'round here.
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Dec 5, 2013
vol XXIV issue 49
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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