pool fences

Dennis Putnam dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET
Mon May 9 07:09:04 MDT 2005


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At 02:14 AM 5/9/2005, you wrote:

>The way I figure it, the legal requirements for pool fences should be
>abolished.  I should not be responsible for protecting my neighbour's
>stupid little brat.  If mum and dad are too lazy to watch their little
>brats, I should not be required to do their job for them.  After all if
>they respected other peoples' property rights they would teach their
>little monsters not to go wandering into someone else's yard without
>permission.

The problem is, it is the child that dies not mum or dad. I don't think you
really mean to imply the it is OK for the children of negligent parents to
die for that negligence. Particularity the really young ones who are not
yet old enough to be "little monsters." As for the "little monsters", who
made them that way? Is it really the child's fault?

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