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As Promised, the Limbaugh Take on the Teen Suing Her Baby Boomer Parents
Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | March 7, 2014 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on 03/07/2014 3:32:28 PM PST by Kaslin

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RUSH: Now, I have intended for the past two days to talk about this teenager that sued her parents in New Jersey, and I'm gonna do it now. I promised, so here we go. "A New Jersey honor student suing her parents for..." She's losing the suit, by the way, at least lost an early round. The judge is Peter Bogaard. She is 18. She claims she was kicked out of the house. Her parents say, "No, she left on her own."

She says her parents were disciplining her too much, making her do homework and so forth. She didn't want to do that, and so now she's gone, and she is suing them for the money to continue her private education. "Family court Judge Peter Bogaard denied the emergency demand of 18-year-old Rachel Canning to have her folks pick up tuition at Morris Catholic HS, where she's in the 12th grade and maintaining a 3.5 grade-point average.

"In a potential precedent-setting lawsuit, Rachel claims her parents, Sean and Elizabeth Canning, threw her out of their Lincoln Park home, but should still be responsible for paying school tuition, room, board, transportation and other expenses. ... Sean and Elizabeth Canning said their eldest daughter refused to obey basic household rules and left on her own. Tuesday's hearing was the first time Sean and Elizabeth Canning had seen Rachel in person since she left in late October, two days before her birthday.

"Both parents cried during the two-hour hearing in Morristown, about 30 miles west of Manhattan, as lawyers traded angry accusations. Rachel's lawyer, Tanya Helfand, said the couple hadn't lifted a finger to contact their daughter or make sure she's doing OK." The lawyer said, "'Her relationship with her parents is abusive, in particular her relationship with her father. I'm asking the court to help this vulnerable young woman,'" by making the parents cough up the dough.

"In court papers, Rachel," the 18 year old who ran away from home, "said her mom has called her fat, while her dad has been 'inappropriately affectionate with me.' 'He mentioned frequently that my relationship, in his eyes, was not one of a daughter, but more than that,' Rachel contends." (Gasp!) No! (Gasp!) Well, you know, Baby Boom parents do really want to be friends with their kids.

Some of them do. Some of them, they don't want to be parents. They don't want to be disciplinarians. They don't want to raise them, they want to be friends with them, and this father may be one of those kinds of guys. But now, when go into court, you can throw any allegation around you want, all you have to say is that her father was "inappropriately affectionate" and you know as well as I do that the feminazis and every other social group is gonna be on that like white on rice.

Which is what I'm sure the lawyer intended. She didn't say. "She stopped short of saying he never touched her unlawfully. Her parents' lawyer, Laurie Rush-Masuret, denied all of Rachel's claims. The Cannings introduced documents from the state's Division of Child Protection, showing the parents had been investigated for -- and cleared of -- abuse allegations. And the bottom line, Rush-Masuret said, is that Rachel left on her own, explaining, 'She has emancipated herself. She doesn't want to be within her parents' sphere of influence.'"

"Despite Tuesday's setback, Rachel's suit is going forward. [The Judge] ordered both sides back to court on April 22. But the judge hinted that Rachel might have a tough legal burden to handle. 'The child thumbs her nose at her parents, leaves the house and turns around asking, "Now you have to pay me money every week." This poses a public-policy issue,' he said. 'It's a slippery slope.'"

Damn right it is. Eighteen. This girl is 18 years old. Now, during the court hearing... I don't know if you heard about this. During the court hearing, the father, Sean Canning, pleaded, during court, (sobbing), "I'm a liberal, liberal parent! I wish I could have grown up in my house. I was tougher on my cops at work than I've ever been at my home, that's for sure!

But, " I'm a liberal, liberal parent!" That may be an indication of where things went off the tracks here. Just saying. "I'm a liberal, liberal parent! I wish I could have grown up in my house." Meaning: "Man, it's a piece of cake in this house the way I run things here!" Now, the latest in this: "The New Jersey parents being sued for tuition by their entitled teenager were excoriated in a Friday rant on her new Facebook page...

Oh, yeah. The daughter went out there and ripped them. What is her name again? I remember the father's name. Rachel Cummings, got a Facebook page, and she unloaded on her parents, calling them spoiled Baby Boomers who would rather feather a retirement nest than pay their kid's college bill. She wasn't just talking about her parents. She launched into every Baby Boom parent out there. She wrote this on her Facebook page. "I have been stunned by the financial greed of modern parents who are more concerned with retiring into some fantasy world rather than provide for their children’s college and young adult years."

She started by calling her parents spoiled, and then people posted in agreement. "'Suburban baby boomer types are the spoiled lot, they make massive amount of money a year, they are used to flying to luxury destinations when they want, and buy things that they don’t need, people should be inclined to see things my way.' The post appeared on the 'Education for Rachel' Facebook page, which Canning previously told The Post she set up to support her cause."

Another poster said, "I see parents like this every day, children were always an accessory to them and nothing more, once that accessory grew up and went out of fashion, much like a marriage that people allegedly commit to, the child becomes a throwaway, that’s just how it is."

So, folks, what is happening here is this babe sues her parents, sets up a Facebook page, and people start posting to it, supporting her with all of these assaults on Baby Boomer parents. Now, as one who studies sociology in this society and the culture, I find this fascinating that we have these Millennials now who are looking at their Baby Boom parents as a bunch of materialistic, selfish, concerned only with them and their kids are just accessories.

I always thought it was Hollywood actresses that adopted babies 'cause it was the latest accessory. You know, Madonna setting the trend on that. But now this group is saying that, "We're all accessories, and all of these Baby Boom parents, all they do is care about themselves. They just want us for the appearance of a solid, healthy, good family, but they're selfish. They don't want to pay for us. They don't want to support us. They don't want to pay for education. They don't want to pay for our young adulthood. They don't want to pay for anything. We're totally on our own. They're selfish, they're brutes, and we're just accessories."

Well, I know they're paying extra for that Catholic high school, but they're not paying it, that's the point. They probably would if she hadn't left home. But she left home, they said, okay, you're on your own. If you're gonna split the scene, you're on your own. Here's the real world. I don't know about you, when I was growing up I didn't set the rules in my house; the parents did. Or anybody else's house I was in. Even as an adult. Whoever owned the house sets the rules there, no matter how old I was. But certainly kids didn't set the rules.

But I tell you something, folks, I have noticed. You know, I'm a childless person. I observe others, but I don't have the actual experience. That actually is what has made writing these children's books so challenging and fun to do. But I've observed over the last couple decades -- I mean, it's different than what I was growing up. A lot of parents demand that their kids be included in every invitation they get. An adult inner party. "Well, I'm not coming unless I can bring my kids."

"You what? You want to bring the kids?"

"Yes, I do everything with my children, and I'm not coming unless I can bring them."

So little chronicles of changes taking place. But the selfishness of the Baby Boomers -- I think it's fascinating that these Millennials are now focusing on that while at the same time expecting to be totally supported. It's mom and dad who are selfish, focused only on themselves, which happens to be true of a lot of Baby Boomers, in fact.

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TOPICS: Culture/Society; US: New Jersey
KEYWORDS: elizabethcanning; incest; lincolnpark; morriscatholichs; morristown; newjersey; peterbogaard; rachelcanning; romancatholicism; seancanning; tanyahelfand

1 posted on 03/07/2014 3:32:28 PM PST by Kaslin
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To: Kaslin
the little twit is the embodiment of high maintenance
2 posted on 03/07/2014 3:41:51 PM PST by Chode (Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered - *DTOM* -vvv- NO Pity for the LAZY - 86-44)
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To: Kaslin

That girl left a Message on the parent’s answering machine that the Judge read in court that backs everything the parents said.
This young girl is trash. Hope she grows up better.


3 posted on 03/07/2014 3:42:30 PM PST by A CA Guy ( God Bless America, God Bless and keep safe our fighting men and women.)
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To: Kaslin

“... all you have to say is that her father was “inappropriately affectionate”

Man oh man if any kid of mine pulled this stunt as a tactic they would again cross my threshold when Hell’s Bells were silent and still and sheened with rust and glazed with frost and would call to the Damned no more.


4 posted on 03/07/2014 3:45:56 PM PST by TalBlack (Evil doesn't have a day job.)
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To: Kaslin
Oh, yeah. The daughter went out there and ripped them. What is her name again? I remember the father's name. Rachel Cummings, got a Facebook page, and she unloaded on her parents...

Rachel Cummings unloaded on her parents? Nice, Rush.

5 posted on 03/07/2014 3:48:39 PM PST by Third Person
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To: Kaslin

Hate to tell you Boomers, but the Millenials are the little mini-me clones of your generation. Truth sucks but that’s what it is. Welcome to the fruits of what has been sown.


6 posted on 03/07/2014 3:51:36 PM PST by Free Vulcan (Vote Republican! You can vote Democrat when you're dead...)
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To: TalBlack

““... all you have to say is that her father was “inappropriately affectionate””

Yeah, kiss if death for sure. But, speaking of, I’m wondering about the father of Rachel’s best friend. Media has steered away from this dude for some reason. Why has he got himself involved in what should have been an internal family issue has yet to come to light.


7 posted on 03/07/2014 3:55:27 PM PST by snoringbear (E.oGovernment is the Pimp,)
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To: Free Vulcan

Guess what, FV? Many of the members of this site are “boomers”.


8 posted on 03/07/2014 3:55:54 PM PST by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: Free Vulcan

Recently I came across some music I enjoyed. Chick had a great voice. So I looked up some info to see what else she had to offer.

Turns out that most of her stuff is off the charts liberal in lyrical content, her fashion sense is 60s hippy and her overall ‘being’ is wrapped around the world her parents created for themselves back then.

Which ended my enjoyment of the one song I randomly hit on that was not all the above.


9 posted on 03/07/2014 3:57:48 PM PST by Norm Lenhart
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To: Third Person

Father has a different surname to his unmarried daughter? Figures.


10 posted on 03/07/2014 4:06:31 PM PST by sinsofsolarempirefan
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To: Kaslin
I support the Cannings, but I agree he was a liberal, liberal father.

I don't consider it customary to wake up your minor daughter in the middle of the night because you want to play beer pong with her.

11 posted on 03/07/2014 4:07:37 PM PST by Scoutmaster (I'd rather be at Philmont)
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To: trisham

I’m a “boomer” parent and my 3 girls turned out just fine. All were offered to have college paid for with a stipulation that it was not a financed party and certain grades were expected. The oldest decided to party. The offer was made that she could come home and go to a community college and live at home and work to pay her way through. She declined. It took her 8 years and some loans but she has a BA and is finishing her MA. She works and is married with a little one and still completing her Masters. We’re very proud of her.
Our second oldest was given the same rules. She decided to party. Same offer was extended to come home and go to local school. Nope. It took her seven years of working and taking classes but she got her degree. She is working and doing just fine.
Our youngest decided she wanted to earn it herself from the get go. She is on an aircraft carrier in a war zone doing her bit and taking college courses. She has been told she will be eligible for O.C.S. if she stays on this path.
I am very proud of our girls. They were never coddled. All 3 worked during high school for “fun” money and trips with the church youth group.


12 posted on 03/07/2014 4:17:08 PM PST by spudville
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To: Kaslin

The girl is a spoiled brat. Welcome to real life, honey. Parents should change their names and drop off the face of the earth.


13 posted on 03/07/2014 4:17:46 PM PST by bboop (does not suffer fools gladly)
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To: Scoutmaster

It’ll get worse. Leftist swill see to that !


14 posted on 03/07/2014 4:18:03 PM PST by GeronL (Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans!)
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To: spudville

God bless you, and your girls.


15 posted on 03/07/2014 4:21:00 PM PST by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: Scoutmaster

Rachel’s lawyer says the Facebook page is a hoax, she did not set it up. The father did do some, in my opinion, inappropriate things, as u mentioned. It seems like this family needs a lot of prayers. It sounds like there is enough blame to go around. However, I do not agree with suing your parents!


16 posted on 03/07/2014 4:21:13 PM PST by yellowdoghunter (Welcome to Obamastan! (Mrs. Yellowdoghunter))
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To: sinsofsolarempirefan
Father has a different surname to his unmarried daughter? Figures.

What gives you that idea? Her father's name is Sean Canning, her mother's name is Elizabeth Canning, and the brat's name is Rachel Canning

Sure looks to me that they all the same sure name

17 posted on 03/07/2014 4:27:31 PM PST by Kaslin (He needed the ignorant to reelect him, and he got them. Now we all have to pay the consequenses)
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To: yellowdoghunter
I don't agree with Rachel suing her parents. I know the Facebook page is a hoax.

The stories of the father taking Rachel on trips where she drank as a minor, or of waking her up to play beer pong in the middle of the night came from both her father and from Rachel.

18 posted on 03/07/2014 4:29:34 PM PST by Scoutmaster (I'd rather be at Philmont)
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To: Free Vulcan
Hate to tell you Boomers, but the Millenials are the little mini-me clones of your generation.

What a stereotypical statement. Millions of us born during that time frame raised our children to be decent people. I don't know what generation you came from but I think your parents sure f**ked up.

19 posted on 03/07/2014 4:32:06 PM PST by Starstruck (If my reply offends, you probably don't understand sarcasm or criticism...or do.)
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To: trisham

Thanks. We did it with the values instilled by our parents ( Who ,incidentally, went through the same challenges with us when we were young as we experienced with ours) and a total disregard for liberal child raising techniques.


20 posted on 03/07/2014 4:38:02 PM PST by spudville
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To: trisham

Great tag line. Reminds me of the Buddhist that went to New York and went to a hot dog stand and ordered one with everything.


21 posted on 03/07/2014 4:40:53 PM PST by spudville
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To: Chode

“Spare the rod, Spoil the child”.

Libtards seem to have missed that point. More often than not, their kids are turds.


22 posted on 03/07/2014 4:41:53 PM PST by Howie66 ("Tone down the tagline please." - Admin Moderator)
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To: TalBlack

Copy that!


23 posted on 03/07/2014 4:48:26 PM PST by Howie66 ("Tone down the tagline please." - Admin Moderator)
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To: Kaslin

Well, this journalist should proofread better. Elsewhere in the article it says her name is ‘Cummings’.


24 posted on 03/07/2014 4:52:56 PM PST by sinsofsolarempirefan
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To: Kaslin

“A lot of parents demand that their kids be included in every invitation they get. An adult inner party. ‘Well, I’m not coming unless I can bring my kids.’ ‘You what? You want to bring the kids?’”

That has always bugged the hell out of me, too. I’m a childless boomer, and the way my co-workers and friends worshipped and deferred to their kids was unbelievable. Kids “turned out” better when they were to be seen and not heard, and were reminded of their place in the household.


25 posted on 03/07/2014 4:54:27 PM PST by MayflowerMadam
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To: Kaslin

The Baby Boomer Generation ended in, if I’m not mistaken, 1963.

I think her parents are of the generation AFTER the Boomer generation.


26 posted on 03/07/2014 4:55:19 PM PST by Paisan
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To: Starstruck

A little sensitive today, huh?


27 posted on 03/07/2014 5:07:40 PM PST by bramps (Go West America!)
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To: spudville
Reminds me of the Buddhist that went to New York and went to a hot dog stand and ordered one with everything.

And when the Buddhist received the hot dog, he gave the vendor a twenty, and got nothing. When he said he wanted his change, the vendor told him that change must come from within.

28 posted on 03/07/2014 5:46:56 PM PST by chajin ("There is no other name under heaven given among people by which we must be saved." Acts 4:12)
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To: snoringbear

I think you’re on to something.

I think the friend’s dad is worth checking into. Before meddling in another family’s private lives, I’d have to be very, very, very sure that I was helping and not making the situation worse.

I’d protect a child from an abusive parent, but not from a parent who has rules the child simply dislikes. That would be every teenager on earth. Setting and enforcing household rules (like curfews or study rules) or failing to provide expensive toys is not abuse.


29 posted on 03/07/2014 5:50:38 PM PST by generally (Don't be stupid. We have politicians for that.)
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To: Free Vulcan
Hate to tell you Boomers, but the Millenials are the little mini-me clones of your generation.

Not in my house, but then I'm my kids FATHER not their friend.

30 posted on 03/07/2014 5:58:31 PM PST by usconservative (When The Ballot Box No Longer Counts, The Ammunition Box Does. (What's In Your Ammo Box?))
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To: sinsofsolarempirefan
First of all Rush isn't a journalist. Second, both the letters M and N are next to each other on the keyboard. So it is most likely a typo.

Read the entire transcript again. Only one time does it say Rachel Cummings, all the other times it says Cunning

31 posted on 03/07/2014 6:06:48 PM PST by Kaslin (He needed the ignorant to reelect him, and he got them. Now we all have to pay the consequenses)
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To: spudville

Sounds like you got yourself a fine family FRiend.


32 posted on 03/07/2014 6:06:58 PM PST by Graybeard58 (God is not the author of confusion. 1 Cor 13: 33)
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To: MayflowerMadam

If the kids are well behaved, then I don’t have any problems that the parents bring them. But what kids are well behaved?
The parents probably don’t want to pay for a babysitter


33 posted on 03/07/2014 6:11:49 PM PST by Kaslin (He needed the ignorant to reelect him, and he got them. Now we all have to pay the consequenses)
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To: Paisan
According to Wikipedia the baby boomer generation was from 1945-1964

My youngest brother (born 1947 is a baby boomer and my son (born 1963) is one also

34 posted on 03/07/2014 6:26:17 PM PST by Kaslin (He needed the ignorant to reelect him, and he got them. Now we all have to pay the consequenses)
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To: Scoutmaster

My understanding is that it was her friends’ parents, the ones with whom she is living, that allowed her to drink not her parents. She supposedly had her first drink in the company of the friends and their parents.


35 posted on 03/07/2014 6:40:39 PM PST by This I Wonder32460
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To: Kaslin

She’s dissing her parents, demanding to be supported by them, and she calls THEM selfish? She would never have dared to try this if her parents were Greatest Generation or earlier.


36 posted on 03/07/2014 6:57:04 PM PST by Nea Wood (When people get used to preferential treatment, equal treatment seems like discrimination.-Sowell)
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To: Kaslin

It might be off subject, but Rush might be showing he his getting up in the years with this one. He assumes the parents are baby boomers. The odds are they are not. They are of the next generation after. The majority of parents today of 18 year olds probably graduated HS somewhere in the mid 1980’s, the Reagan years. They were the teenagers at the time the EIB network started. I know, I am a parent of an 15, 17 and 20 year old. I was born in 1962, and I’m one of the older dudes among the dads, most are still in their forties, just a few years older than Derek Jeter. Hell I played college ball against Jamie Moyer and he just retired recently. So after the decades of baby boomer parents Rush hasn’t realized that the baby boomers’ kids are turning 30 or older.


37 posted on 03/07/2014 7:05:10 PM PST by gusty
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To: gusty
They are of the next generation after.

I looked it up. Called Gen X, but there are conflicting definitions of the time span. Generally after Baby Boomers (1945/46 through 1963/1964), so that would be 1964/1965 through 1984/1985. Millenials are the next group after that. That puts my kids in the Gen X group. Don't know what recently born kids are, if the Millenials are a twenty-year span. I consider Gen X somewhat spoiled, and Millenials definitely spoiled as compared to Baby Boomers. Of course, my parents probably thought Boomers were spoiled (ha-ha).

38 posted on 03/07/2014 9:23:16 PM PST by roadcat
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To: Nea Wood
She would never have dared to try this if her parents were Greatest Generation or earlier.

Right. I moved out, on my own at 19. Same with my siblings around the same age. My parents were Greatest Gen. Same with my wife's parents. Soon as she turned 18, she had to pay her parents rent money for the privilege of staying in the house (until she left at 21 when we got married). Her siblings also paid rent. That's just the way it was, you turned 18 and you were expected to behave as an independent adult if you had Greatest Generation parents.

39 posted on 03/07/2014 9:31:28 PM PST by roadcat
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To: Howie66
100%
40 posted on 03/07/2014 9:35:11 PM PST by Chode (Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered - *DTOM* -vvv- NO Pity for the LAZY - 86-44)
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To: Kaslin

This was most likely written by a transcriptionist, who made a mistake.


41 posted on 03/08/2014 5:51:28 AM PST by smalltownslick
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To: This I Wonder32460
No. The claims that the Inglesino family allowed Rachel to drink are new.

The claims that the Canning family let her drink are two weeks old. Link. That's one of many links I could provide. The Canning family has not disputed those claims.

42 posted on 03/08/2014 6:29:21 AM PST by Scoutmaster (I'd rather be at Philmont)
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To: chajin

Now that’s funny!


43 posted on 03/08/2014 8:13:53 AM PST by spudville
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To: spudville
Yep....both my sons obtained grants and worked their way thru college with some “Help” from mom along the way. Today he serves two levels from the top of the Veterans Administration.

One son rode a mini-bike from college to a gas station where he worked...more than once frozen ice on his face when he arrived... Today he serves two levels from the top of the Veterans Administration.

The other son walked to college and back....his choice to stay fit. Worked serving tables and today is manager of a five star hotel restaurant.

Both served in the military..Marines and the Airforce.

They put their own skin into their accomplishments...mom helped now and then.

44 posted on 03/08/2014 8:27:51 AM PST by caww
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To: Scoutmaster

Our son drank at home before he was 21 - with us, at dinner. He drank in Italy and Germany too - mid-teens, with friends, at dinner. He was also booted out early on, and we were not friends but parents. Some of us BBs grew up in adulthood.


45 posted on 03/08/2014 5:17:29 PM PST by bboop (does not suffer fools gladly)
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To: bboop
I apologize. The conversation's gone on so long that I've begun to truncate descriptions.

This isn't about drinking at dinner with the family, or in Italy or Germany.

Rachel Canning clearly has a problem with alcohol. She was suspended for showing up drunk to her senior problem. She sneaks out of the house at night to go drinking.

Rachel's parents now say John Inglesino allowed her to drink so much in his home that she threw up in a garbage can.

I mentioned that her father has also been accused of promoting Rachel's problem, allegedly waking her up at 3:00 a.m. to play beer pong with him, and allegedly taking her with him to cocktail parties.

None of this sounds like simple drinking at home or with friends at dinner.

46 posted on 03/09/2014 5:22:04 AM PDT by Scoutmaster (I'd rather be at Philmont)
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To: bboop
I apologize. The conversation's gone on so long that I've begun to truncate descriptions.

This isn't about drinking at dinner with the family, or in Italy or Germany.

Rachel Canning clearly has a problem with alcohol. She was suspended for showing up drunk to her senior problem. She sneaks out of the house at night to go drinking.

Rachel's parents now say John Inglesino allowed her to drink so much in his home that she threw up in a garbage can.

I mentioned that her father has also been accused of promoting Rachel's problem, allegedly waking her up at 3:00 a.m. to play beer pong with him, and allegedly taking her with him to cocktail parties.

None of this sounds like simple drinking at home or with friends at dinner.

47 posted on 03/09/2014 5:22:04 AM PDT by Scoutmaster (I'd rather be at Philmont)
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To: Scoutmaster

Oh Scoutmaster, I misunderstood and had not seen those ‘drank til she threw up’ details. At the lawyer’s family’s home? Oh good grief. Well, she’s definitely a twit! And a lot more. I feel for her parents.


48 posted on 03/10/2014 12:32:49 PM PDT by bboop (does not suffer fools gladly)
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