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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Rosie O'Donnell on Foster Care System



There are over 500,000 children in foster care in our country, and Rosie O'Donnell is helping to bring awareness to these kids and the challenges they face in her new Lifetime movie "America."

Note: Will this be good? Or will this be an advertisement for the Child Protective Industry?

We shall soon see.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:56 AM

    It is quite obvious to me that it is more propaganda to make money selling kids they have ripped away from their parents.
    Amazing what the movies and media does to brainwash people into thinking this is a good thing, while they steal these kids from good parents and make money adopting them out...
    Way I see it. This movie has a hidden agenda. It is inviting homosexual and lesbian couple to adopt kids..They are advertising this also on billboards..It's a discusting scam. It's a racket to steal kids and sell them making big money on both ends. CPS/DHS and the adoption industry at the expense of innocent children and their parents. They make evil look good and good look evil..
    And Americans buy it hook line and sinker! Wake up!

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  2. Anonymous3:12 PM

    To the greatest decree, almost 50% of kids in Foster Care do not belong there because they were removed from the home of a single or divorced mother, without consideration or even investigating the possibility of placement with a separated father.

    Just such a case is currently occurring in Kansas City, where a mother killed the younger child, but the older child is in foster care, rather than with the father, who repeatedly reported the dangers to the children.

    If O'Donnell wants to change something, she can change this.

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  3. Anonymous11:17 AM

    There are NOT 500,000 children in foster care. You can view the REAL number at www.naic.gov (national adoption information clearinghouse). The number is more around 250,000.

    California, at any given moment, has 80,000 children in foster care-- 5 times more than any other state-- and at $2,400 per child per month, it's no wonder that state is going broke.

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  4. Anonymous4:09 PM

    there are over 500,000 children in foster care: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/stats_research/afcars/tar/report14.htm

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