Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 19th, 2009 – Sympathy for Bad Behavior

  • Dana reads and responds to a comment from a listener, Texas Grandfather, about youth crime and judges sympathy for bad behavior. How should we treat juvenile offenders? How should we treat repeat offenders? The problem with the system today is sympathy for bad behavior, over and over again. There are no consequences and sympathy for bad behavior. Add them both up and we have a problem.

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    One Response to “Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 19th, 2009 – Sympathy for Bad Behavior”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on November 20th, 2009 10:02 pm

      Thanks Dana for making my comments a portion of your broadcast. You clearly caught the important aspects of my thought. Yes, I too, watched the judging Amy show.

      Your question “Should parents be held responsible for the behavior of their children” is an important one. We have to get back to a good value system and good parents are the way it will be accomplished.
      It is very easy to be a creator of life, but altogether a a different and difficult job to be a good parent. When parents take responsibility for the behavior of their children and teach them good behavior and good values they are building the future of society on a good basis. When parents ignore their parenting job and allow their offspring to raise themselves as best they can, they are contributing to the future decline of society. In my opinon, parents should always be responsible for the behavior of their children.

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