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Friday, March 7, 2008

Unfreaking Real, Is There No Justice?

I was so upset and livid yesterday about the news report of the two women who hosed down a small children. Yesterday, the mother of the 2 year old toddler turned herself in. She claims the child had a tendency to throw tantrums and usually she would put her child in time out or spray her in the face with water from a spray bottle to calm her down. Apparently, she had to improvise.
No charges are pending! WTF! I'm sorry but I think what she did was unacceptable and she deserves to received the same treatment she dished out.. It seems to me she was having a tantrum herself. Wah, wah, wah, I can't take the pressure of being a parent! I say, the bitch needs to be hosed down. Wouldn't you say?

You can read the entire story printed in the Orlando Sentinel this morning, Mom Who Used Pressure Wash Turns Herself In.

6 comments:

Monique Renae said...

I saw a clip of that on the news... what in the world was she thinking. I try to find an "ok" in it all knowing that she turned herself in, but in truth it just pisses me off more.

me said...

I totally agree, someone should hose her down. That story just makes me sick---what is WRONG WITH PEOPLE!!!?!?!?!?!!

Deb said...

Horrible. How can there be no charges?

durano lawayan a.k.a. brad spit said...

Hi Susan,

This is no mother. She is the laundry woman pretending to be a mother.

How people can do these things to their own children bewilders me.What kind of loveless life did she live that she can't show understanding and compassion to her own kid. Isn't this supposed to come naturally?

She should be rolled several times over inside a washing machine. --Durano, done!

Brady Frost said...

But wait, that's like saying that anyone standing up for forms of torture should be made to endure the same treatment they are encouraging. And in that case Bush would get the waterboard, and it would likely be televised...
Well if you put it that way, I say we spray her down!

Chic Girl said...

I couldn't believe when I saw her interviewed this morning along side her attorney. "Such the perfect mother"...BS! I teach first grade and if this had happened to one of my children, I would have called DHS in a heartbeat!