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    Well I don't know about the political climate in scandinavia, but the instant any law which pertains to a very personal, private matter such as this gets promoted and looked at in America..... hordes of critics come out from BOTH sides of the politcal arena here, and not just the conservatives.

    Not to mention, I think the Catholic church would throw a hellfire missle at any government that wanted to encroach on an arena of human governance that they've traditioanlly protected. (what I mean to say here is "family matters", historically speaking, have pertained more to matters of the church than the intrusive hand of government)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    Well I don't know about the political climate in scandinavia,
    It's boring, usually.

    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    the instant any law which pertains to a very personal, private matter such as this gets promoted and looked at in America..... hordes of critics come out from BOTH sides of the politcal arena here, and not just the conservatives.
    Ah, yes, the "freedom" thing, right?

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    Ah, yes, the "freedom" thing, right?
    Don't forget what was going on in the world when America was born, friend, cuz it explains our political climate very well to this day The French didn't give us that statue for nothing! there's an anti-government vibe leftover from "bad-taste-in-your-mouth" Monarchies coarsing through America that screams, "Don't you dare tell me how to run the most intimate aspects of life, especially my religion and children"

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    It just seems so illogical to be for freedom on all matters by default.. I guess I would make a bad American.

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    Funny, I was JUST thinking about this the other day. I think that there's definitely alot of people who should never be allowed to raise a child, but you're right about the corruption/smuggling and all that. It would never actually work the way it's intended. It would be a wasted effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    Ah, yes, the "freedom" thing, right?
    Yes, nolla, its that "freedom" thing-not to mention a bit of humility regarding human capacity for good and/or objective judgement.

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