DADS ON DUTY: After a violent week of fighting at a Louisiana high school, parents knew something had to change. So, a group of dads decided to show up not just for their kids – but for the whole student body – to help maintain a positive environment. @SteveHartmanCBS has more. pic.twitter.com/Uux3qx48sd
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) October 22, 2021
It’s amazing just how effective good dads are at encouraging good behavior.
A group of dad were able to do what an army of credentialed experts could not.
Paranoid, conspiracy me recognizes the problem here.
A bunch of dads doing dad things doesn’t give a government official and multi million dollar budget to hire credentialed useless people to continue to fuck things up in perpetuity.
It really seems like if one particular political party wanted to create milti trillion dollar bureaucratic empire of credentialed useless people so they could shovel endless sums if money into their and their friends pockets, the first thing to do is to create policy that incentivized fatherless homes to kick start a social crisis needing intervention.
I fully support these dads.
My fear is that there are bureaucrats watching this thinking: I’m going to lose my budget if those dads are successful, I’m going to have to stop them.
Then said bureaucrat will go to his elected superiors and convince them to shut down the dads for lacking useless degrees that only the approved credentialed experts have.
If you haven’t figured it out by now, yes I absolutely believe that the bureaucratic state is the enemy of the people and deliberately causes problems so they can justify getting the budget to solve – but not actually solve – the problems they created.
In the black community that problem is dads. The bureaucratic state got rid of the black dads so they could get money to step in and address the social problems the lack of dads causes. Literally destroyed the black community for generations to fluff their budgets.
And the proof is this video.
Forty volunteer black dads did what the entire social work and public education bureaucratic state couldn’t, all in a couple of days and without a dime in taxpayer money.