View Poll Results: Does the government have the authority to separate Hitler from his parents?

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Thread: Does the Government Have the Authority to Separate Hitler from his Parents?

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    Re: Does the Government Have the Authority to Separate Hitler from his Parents?

    non-abusive parents?

    no evidence of physical nor mental abuse?

    hell no. this was a bad call.

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    Re: Does the Government Have the Authority to Separate Hitler from his Parents?

    This is bull****!

    If the name is the problem, then when they tried to name their son Adolf Hitler, they should have got the answer no!

    But if the name is accepted, the court can't just turn around and take the children, because now they don't like his name. One of the characteristics of a free developed country is a fair justice system.

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    Re: Does the Government Have the Authority to Separate Hitler from his Parents?

    I think these idiots are unworthy of their last name, and ought to be forced to change it to “Progresso”.
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    Re: Does the Government Have the Authority to Separate Hitler from his Parents?

    The government can't take little Hitler from his parents because they don't like the name, even if it is stupid(and hilarious).
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    Re: Does the Government Have the Authority to Separate Hitler from his Parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sig View Post
    Such names do make one wonder if these children are being abused, psychologically if not physically. However, unless there is some evidence of abuse, other than an oddball name, there does not appear to be any rational reason for removing them from their parents.

    Frank Zappa named his children Moon Unit, Dweezil, Ahmet, and Diva. I don't recall any of them being removed from the custody of their parents on the basis of bad taste.
    All that I am saying is that there should be a limit. Naming your child Moon Unit is a lot different from naming it Dumbass or Nigger. I wouldn't have a problem with the government banning people from naming their children something humiliating to the child. I am one of those people with a name I hate, but my name shouldn't be illegal because it's not like Dumbass, Bastard, or Aryan Nation.

    We generally think that parents and people are smart enough to know better, but there is always going to be a dumbass like these people... Maybe it's for social experiment sake, but they are still kids and they deserve better. I honestly cannot think that putting kids in these situations... where their names are so offensive, Wal Mart refuses to write it on their b-day cakes for any amount of money... is a symbol of our freedom.

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