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    Quote Originally Posted by maybejim View Post
    ... Stop encouraging fatherless families. Bring back orphanages. That would give us a start.
    I'm not 100% sure but Roger Kiserjust might disagree with you. His stories of life in an orphanage are heartbreaking. Take a look here. Orphanages didn't work then, and they don't work now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybejim View Post
    ... Stop encouraging fatherless families. Bring back orphanages. That would give us a start.
    I'm not 100% sure but Roger Kiser just might disagree with you. His stories of life in an orphanage are heartbreaking. Take a look here. Orphanages didn't work then, and they don't work now.

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    I don't know about one guys experience but the studies that were done a decade or so again showed better outcomes than we're getting with the "foster" system today.

    But that begs the question of the crime and violence that is being brought into this country with the illegals and their offspring who are being born and raised on the taxpayers dime.
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    Orphanages probably give more consistent results by institution - a particular one may be able to make a majority of its kids into productive adults, while a more shoddily run one may have less success. Foster parenting is pretty much the luck of the draw. Some work out and some don't, and there's no way to tell until it's too late. Kids who live in an orphanage also can come to terms with a clear alternative to living in a normal family, and they see many others around them in a similar circumstance. Foster kids are asked to accept a poor analogue for a standard home life situation, which hardly parallels with what they know other people have.
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