Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Banning Children from Restaurants, Grocery Stores, and First Class Cabins

So it appears that there are some things money can't buy you. No matter how rich you are, if you want to take your young children along -- you can't shop during certain hours at some grocery stores, you can't fly first class, or eat in some restaurants.

'Family' seems to continue its journey of becoming a dirty word in our society. Time to boycott perhaps? Not sure. Of course, those with real money can hire a Mary Poppins while they go out to shop for 'whole foods' (no-capital mine) or eat fancy. And yes, what's an extra ticket in economy for the nanny to sit with the kids? Your views are welcomed.

And oh, by the way, not only are we allowing others to come and take over our land -- we're fighting the North American family to the point where we are encouraging more and more childless families with trends such as these.  We must all have an innate wish to become "minorities".   We're so good at pursuing it.

But ultimately we'll fail for the simple reason that God ordained the family and our Lord and Savior loves "little" children.  Which part are some people not understanding? 

Focus on the Family Community: Finding Home: What Do You Think of Childless Restaurants?

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