Skip to comments.Orphan Davion Only Who Made 'Love Me Forever' Plea Removed From New Home
Posted on 07/04/2014 10:47:50 AM PDT by nickcarraway
The orphaned teenager who made an emotional plea last year for a family to adopt him and "love me forever" - and triggered thousands of offers from around the world - has had a devastating setback after he was removed from the home of his potential adoptive family.
Davion Onlys dreams of adoption was disrupted after the 16-year-old had an altercation with a member of his prospective family, according to the Eckerd adoptive agency overseeing Only's adoption.
The teen even wrote I got baptized on his Facebook page.
However, the agency said they still planned to find a forever home for Only.
Only won over thousands of supporters after giving an impassioned plea at a Florida church last October asking for a family to adopt him.
"I'll take anyone," Only said. "Old or young, dad or mom, black, white, purple. I don't care. And I would be really appreciative. The best I could be."
In making his plea, Only said he was looking for someone To love me forever, I just want people to love me for who I am.
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The foster care system in this country creates psychopaths. Removing a child from an abusive family to place them in am abusive system is hardly “ in the best interest of the child. “ kids are taught to trust no one and are sentenced to being raised by revolving committees of bureaucrats. Having social workers fresh out of college, therapists, lawyers and judges who are not held to any standard pretend to raise a child is hardly a good idea. It’s worse than what most of the kids left.
Orphanages are much better when well-run. Most kids would be better off left in dysfunctional families.
The good kids are adopted early, and the rest are destined for failure—though they are programmed to be completely dependent on the government and that is a good outcome in most of the “professional” workers.
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