Thursday, September 20, 2007

Oh for pete's sake

A little histrionics here. Check out the video. Sheesh.

A superior court judge has struck down a controversial law which would have seen Ontario's adoption records opened to the world.

This calls for a blast from the not so recent past. When someone writes something so dumb, only one thing comes to mind:






The adoption disclosure act would have made it much easier for birth parents and the children they gave up to reconnect.

But as Scott Miller reported on A-Channel News at Six today's decision says doing so would---




violate their privacy.

3 complaints from ingrates:

Erika September 21, 2007 at 1:16 AM  

there are hundreds of people in ontario right now that are just devestated.

to have the law come into effect after so much blood sweat and tears only to have it taken away was shocking and heartbreaking.

the arguement had no merit whatsoever,because the legislation allowed for no contact and safety issues.

this law wasnt about contact. it was about choice. the old adoption disclosure registry has been shut down. and the new law is gone.so now we have nothing in place as we wait to see which political party will take power.

whatever voice we had was just rolled over by 4 people.

Ungrateful Little Bastard September 21, 2007 at 6:02 AM  

That's what kills me. 4 people, that gleeful nit in the video being one of them. The wants of the few outweigh the needs of the many.

Anonymous,  September 22, 2007 at 10:50 AM  

These 4 people are hypocrites and they are selfish.

One is a father who obviously didn't want to be there for his son.

Denbigh and Joy already HAVE indentifying information available on their mothers!!!

Now they say that NO ONE can have what they have!!

They make me sick.

Cathy

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