What Happens When One Child Does Well And Their Sibling Doesn’t

Stephanie brought up a very good point about Sen. Stacey Campfield’s legislation to cut public assistance for children’s families who do not do well in school.

Her question was what if there are two children in question if one does well and the other doesn’t, what happens to the family unit as a whole. So, does this mean if this legislation were to pass that the family’s public assistance would be cut anyway. Would the kid that did well get to eat and the other one have to watch him/her eat while he/she goes without?

There are a lot of unanswered questions and logistics that I haven’t heard discussed.

You can file this under things that Stephanie and I ponder when it comes to nonsensical legislation.

2 comments for “What Happens When One Child Does Well And Their Sibling Doesn’t

  1. January 31, 2013 at 9:35 am

    Yeah, and what about the children who are too young to go to school? way to go there, Campfield! Starve out them babies! They are a burden on society! I bet they didn’t even make a D on his test!

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