- Location: Long Beach, California
- Joined: May 2013
Not completely true. Former president Bill Clinton met with NK in 2009 I believe it was. Trump just doesn't know how to lead...he knows how to fire and talk out of his rear end. Let's just see what his visit accomplishes in the long run. I'm willing to give him a chance to prove me wrong.
The US has definitely become weaker globally under trump. Him and his administration are the laughingstock of the world. He never was presidential material to begin with. To him this is just another reality show where he's the star. But he sucks at it! #FDT
All the presidents had this power before Trump. The decisions weren't always right in the eyes of the public, but they did what they had the power to do. This should be no different for trump. Just keeping it real...and fair. Even though I personally can't stomach trump. He's a lying piece of s**t in my book.
Welfare helps the truly needy. Especially those with disabilities and/or mental health issues. And it isn't that easy to get approved for welfare like everyone thinks. At least not for the honest people that don't try to work the system.
If this was the dad's first try at correcting the behavior, then I would have to agree he failed miserably. You're right, it is important to have a positive relationship with your kids by spending a few minutes each day speaking to them about how their day went, what's new, things like that. I don't believe this was the first bullying incident though, but I would rather put him in therapy/counseling first before resorting to any extreme measures. Who knows if he exhausted all other options before this incident. All I know is that if I messed up and got my a*s whooped, I never made the same mistake twice. That was in the 70s of course. I raised my own son, who is now 21, and only spanked him bare handed twice. Otherwise it was verbal communication which sometimes worked, sometimes didn't.
It just boils down to the parent's level of patience, caring and understanding.
Kids don't come with an instruction manual. We often raise them the way we were raised. But I still don't think making him run a mile in the rain to school wasn't over the top. There could have been a worse punishment.