Sunday, September 25, 2005



David Brown in the WashPost (h/t to Betsy) tells only half the truth as usual:

One is the consciousness of legal liability that has permeated our culture in the most astonishing way. The shortest, safest school outing requires signed releases. School nurses can't give children a tablet of ibuprofen without parental permission. Paper coffee cups warn me that coffee is hot. I bought a kayak a couple of years ago that came with a sticker -- "Important Notice! Read Before Use!" -- informing me that kayaks are used on water and that people can drown if they don't wear life jackets or don't know how to swim.
He neglects (probably without conscious thought) to mention that school nurses are expected to refer children to abortionists without even notifying the parent, much less get permission.


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