Sat Dec 1, 2012, 07:04 AM
Scuba (32,795 posts)
Wisconsin: Single parent = child abuser says candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tea Party Republican Don Pridemore thinks he would be an excellent Superintendent of Public Instruction, despite his poor grammar skills and despite his shocking attitudes towards our citizens.
Don Pridemore was a proud sponsor to Glenn Grothman's single parent act, and he was not scared to outcrazy Grothman(yes I did not know it was possible either):
Remember earlier this month when another Wisconsin lawmaker thoughtfully suggested that maybe single parenthood should be considered a factor that may be indicative of child abuse? Pridemore was a co-sponsor of the bill that would've made it a crime for a person to dare try to raise a child on their own outside of the pillowy soft Magic Zone of marriage. But what about women who are being abused by their husbands? Shouldn't they have the option to extract themselves from an unhealthy situation? Nope, says Pridemore. And he's got some expert abused spouse marital advice as well: "If they can refind those reasons and get back to why they got married in the first place it might help."
Details of Pridemore's grammatically-challenged press release here: http://cognidissidence.blogspot.com/2012/11/don-pridemore.html
Straight, but not narrow.
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Wisconsin: Single parent = child abuser says candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction (Original post)
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Sat Dec 1, 2012, 07:56 AM
midnight (24,519 posts)
1. Since our elected officials can't create jobs, improve our infrastructure, prevent the poor from
from going hungry.... They are going after women who are single and parents? This is what Wisconsin gets for allowing the GAB to outsource our states computer source code.
I'm from the Elizabeth Warren Wing of the Democratic Party! If you want to count on my vote....you have to count my vote.