Tuesday, February 15, 2011

ABOUT SIX MILLION GRANDPARENTAL HOMES ARE RAISING AMERICAN CHILDREN NOW

In about 40% there is no parent in residence at all.  In that connection, I ran into this the other day:


Layaway Kids
Parents are you tired of taking care of your children? Do you have better things to do than to sit home and care for your children's needs? Do you want to party? Do you need a break? Do you have better things to do with your money than spend it on boring things like good food and clothing for children? 
Well help is here now! Just put your kids on layaway
 Its FREE and easy. Just drop them off at your parents house. Grandma and grandpa will spend the time, money and love to see that your kids have the best of everything. They will change stinky diapers, wash dirty bottles, and rock screaming babies, clean up their messes and do anything that needs to be done. 
On the Layaway Plan, you never have to worry about your children! Grandparents will buy them what they need and take them where they need to go. Never again will they be late for school because you were too tired to get up and get them ready after that party last night.  You can buy that new car, fashionable clothes or just spend your money on junk food and CDs. Your money is yours to do with as you wish. The Grandparents of your layaway children will buy the shoes, school clothes, and toys. They pay for dancing lessons, tutors, braces, and doctors visits. If you have a bad day you can just kick back and relax. No more thinking of feelings other than your own! With your children on layaway you have no one to think about but yourself. No one there to bother you! If your kids have a bad day its not your problem. Grandma and Grandpa will be there to wipe their tears, calm their fears, and give them cookies and milk. If they are sick, Grandma and Grandpa will gently wipe their fevered brow, hold their head, and help them to take their medicine, and walk the floor with them all night. 
Grandma and Grandpa will go to all the dance recitals, soccer games, school conferences, doctors and dentist appointments, and other activities your child is involved in. This leaves you free to pursue your own interests. 
You are Young! You need the freedom to live your life and be all that you can be. You need to find yourself. Its Ok your parents are old. They have lived their lives and have nothing better to do than to care for children. If they have not found themselves by now they never will. 
The best part of the Layaway Plan is your property is always there for you. Unlike most store layaway plans you can visit your property any time you like. You can take the children out any time you like, play with them and then bring them back whenever you feel like it. Children can be fun at times like Christmas and Birthday parties. You can dress them up and show them off and take credit for how cute and well behaved they are. After all you brought them into the world. If they make a mistake or behave badly you can explain to others it is because of the bad influence of the grandparents who have been caring for them. When you are done sowing your oats, when the party is over or becomes boring, your children will be there waiting. 
 Anytime you like you can cancel the Layaway Plan and reclaim your children. By law they are your property and the grandparent have to give them back. By virtue of your ability to create a child you reign supreme in the courts of this land.  It does not matter if you have abused them, abandoned and neglected them for years. All you have to do is go into a courtroom and show them that you want your children back and might be able to parent them. Your rights as a parent supersede those of your children and their grandparents. 
The Layaway Plan is free, easy and best of all legal. Every court in the land supports it. You are the parent and you have your rights! 

1 Comments:

At 6:34 AM, March 04, 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does it happen often, that parents want their kids back after putting them on layaway? It sure seems they would need some good cause for uprooting the kids a second time.

I can't imagine a situation where a good parent would give up the kid to a grandparent, and not also at least move in with the grandparent.

The layaway article suggests some are just too young and uninterested, but can retain the privilege to yank the kid out of a stable environment at any time.

That does seem damaging to the kid ... are you suggesting a solution that would place a higher burden on parents that have neglected their parental obligations?

Bill

 

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