Doesn’t apply

This story would be my argument for why prospective adoptive parents should have a new homestudy before a child is placed with them.  The mom has cancer, lost her job and her husband lost his medical insurance.

And less than one percent of Montana’s population is black.

But they’re saving the kid, so none of the normal vitriol about responsibility and hard work and having enough money to take care of your children applies here.  Just so you know.

One thought on “Doesn’t apply

  1. Um, how is it going to help the kid keep his Haitian kreyol to have an Ivorian basketball player mentoring him? It’s great that there will be a francophone black adult in his life, but this is NOT a solution!

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