Friday, July 20, 2012

A Good Policy Any Time of Year....
























(I wonder how many times we'd have to flush to get rid of the crap-a-thon we got going on in D.C.??)

4 Comments:

Blogger Father Tyme said...

First things, first.
You need to put the items in a blender to reduce the size to help make the crap more bio-degradable.

We all know how politicians feel about the environment and how they ALL want to do everything they can to preserve it!

9:05 AM  
Blogger Peter of Lone Tree said...

"(I wonder how many times we'd have to flush to get rid of the crap-a-thon we got going on in D.C.??)"
Infinite.

9:24 AM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

OK, got a question or two on same sex marriage.

In Pa. it's a no-no because gawd tweeted he didn't approve or so the right adn their fictional book says.

Now, here's my conundrum:
If I adopt a kid and there's no age limit to whom I can adopt, that kid has all the benefits a child would have if my wife gave physical birth to MY physical child...including the right to vote, and pay taxes once he or she was 18 and or had a job. Plus I could deduct support on my state and federal tax forms...legally.

So...why don't gay and lesbian couples "adopt" the other, become legal parents who would share at least visitation in hospital when sick, death rights, etc? While they may not be able to get health care if the adoptee is over 26, shouldn't all other laws apply?

By the way, I can bequeath my property to my adopted person, too and even put it in both names.

Here's an interesting item from findlaw about Pa.'s adoption laws:

Code Section Tit. 23 §§2101 to 2910;
Who May Be Adopted Any person

Age that Child's Consent Needed 12 years and older

Who May Adopt Any person

Home Residency Required Prior to Finalization of Adoption? Not required, but may do temporary placement

State Agency/Court Pennsylvania Adoption Cooperative Exchange (PACE) in Dept. of Public Welfare/Common Pleas

Statute of Limitations to Challenge Not specified


Seems pretty clear to me. How about you guys?

11:14 AM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

A little clarity on the above posting.

Here's an interesting item from findlaw about Pa.'s adoption laws:

Code Section Tit. 23 §§2101 to 2910;
Who May Be Adopted - Any person

Age that Child's Consent Needed - 12 years and older

Who May Adopt - Any person

Home Residency Required Prior to Finalization of Adoption? - Not required, but may do temporary placement

State Agency/Court Pennsylvania Adoption Cooperative Exchange (PACE) in Dept. of Public Welfare/Common Pleas

Statute of Limitations to Challenge - Not specified

11:17 AM  

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