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  • crista
    June 06, 2013 - 17:53

    Here are reasons about what you wrote in your article and your comments????The Declaration of a Childs Rights.And if any one that has got concerns and that are interested, you should get to read about and under stand the rights of a child and the responsibility of the Government and not only just the Government in society.It explains families and not only just families and you have to be very educated to under stand these rights and the reasons that go with these rights and self supporting and false impressions of the lives in the economic system????

  • Ron Tizzard
    June 05, 2013 - 10:07

    Colin, by all accedptable standards, I am a fairly well educated academically individual, ...as it happens, in the area of Social work. Your, surprsing sarcasm aside, I've read your comment several times, and am still unable to figure out what exactly your 'point' is! I accept that you are well educated, but, too frequently your comments confuse your comments. Why not do a re-take, if not for any other reason, than to CLARIFY your point...remain on point would help. It's a very important piece of work... A review of Child Care Services Act and Regulations. Cudos to government on this one.

  • Ron Tizzards
    June 05, 2013 - 08:48

    Colin, I am a fairly well educated individual, by social standards i.e. three degrees, in the realm of social socience. I read your comments several times....and, I am still not sure what you are suggesting. Stupid me perhaps, but, would you like to clarify? That said, I always appreciate your motives...and, perhaps, I would join you in your direction, in this instance..

  • Colin Burke
    June 04, 2013 - 10:23

    "Child care system" is what's wrong with the child care system. Systems don't even have children. What children need are parents who know why they ought to have had children if the first place, which is not "to contribute to society," but rather to be the families who in fact are society and so ought to be as self-supporting as some think society itself is now. That our society now supports itself is a false impression: The economic system by which it "lives," wherein all maintain tenuously their continued existence by selling nonessentials instead of growing or making directly what people directly need, is like a forest where all the trees keep from falling only by leaning against others.