Get a load of this;
Verbatim, from the writing of Charlie Fuqua, a former lawyer for the Arkansas Department of Human Services:
The maintenance of civil order in society rests on the foundation of family discipline. Therefore, a child who disrespects his parents must be permanently removed from society in a way that gives an example to all other children of the importance of respect for parents. The death penalty for rebellioius children is not something to be taken lightly. The guidelines for administering the death penalty to rebellious children are given in Deut 21:18-21:
This passage does not give parents blanket authority to kill their children. They must follow the proper procedure in order to have the death penalty executed against their children.
Are you fucking KIDDING ME?!
This clown is a former legislator running for the legislature again and that snippet is from a book he wrote, “God’s Law: The Only Political Solution.”.
Yet another example of an Xtian crazy who belongs in a rubber room instead of public office.
What the fuck is in the water down there anyway?
Oh, there’s more, too,
I cannot think of one case where I believe that a parent had given up on their child to the point that they would have taken their child to a court of law and asked the court to rule that the child be put to death. Even though this procedure would rarely be used, if it were the law of land, it would give parents authority. Children would know that their parents had authority and it would be a tremendous incentive for children to give proper respect to their parents.
Respect mah authoritay!
It is as plain as the broken nose on my face that this fucking guy has some extremely serious unresolved issues.
I don’t give a damn what political party he belongs to, where he doesn’t belong is in public office, period.
We’ve got enough whackjobs, thank you anyway.
I would like to thank a Mr. Max Brantley for keeping his eyes peeled for this kind of shit.
We need all the advance warnings we can get about these kinds of religious zealots who never could quite grasp that whole separation of church and state thing.