Friday, November 23, 2018

Can Granny Kelly Save Kansas Children?!?!

Stupid post title for a worthwhile effort to repair a system that has left youngsters to die at the hands of horrific situations and abusive guardians.

Take a look:

Gov.-elect Kelly to focus early on child welfare reform

TOPEKA - Gov.-elect Laura Kelly campaigned on a long list of things she wants to change in Kansas, but one of the first things she plans to address after she takes office in January is fixing the state's beleaguered child welfare system. In an interview with the Journal-World on Monday, Kelly said one of the [...]

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish her luck but people are tired of seeing their tax dollars wasted, time to make schools private and you pay and earn your earn education instead of what happens in killa shitty, you know, where you dont learn anything like reading and writing and you still get a diploma

Anonymous said...

^^^ Fantastic idea! Nothing would turn is into a third world country faster. I mean, I know the movie Idiocracy is turning out to be a documentary of the U.S. but we should at the very least educate our population. You name KCSD as shitty, which they are, but I can show you thousands of school districts that are not.

Anonymous said...

This old bag needs to legalize marijuana and do something about our high taxes. She needs to get rid of about 70-80% of the Mexicans.

Anonymous said...

7:51 that’s because the good schools are private, exactly what Kansas wants, not a damn thing wrong with that.

Kcsd is turning killa shitty into a third world country right now, not sure where you’re from but hey, if that’s what you want........

Anonymous said...

Nothing instills confidence like a woman with a bowl-haircut.

Anonymous said...

Since all your post titles are either stupid or misspelled, I have no idea why you'd single this one out.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ FTW! ^^^^ Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

Agree. The cost of educating children should be picked up by the family, not the taxpayers. If people can’t afford to pay for schooling then they shouldn’t have kids.

Anonymous said...

7:51 and 11:12 the good Kansas Schools are not only private but are also far and away cheaper to operate than the public schools. $4-6K per head average tuition versus $14,000.

Math, yo...