Look how great that worked out! We have undisciplined disrespectful young people who knows no boundaries! You can also see the kids who were disciplined, are respectful, and have safe boundaries! Now where's my switch!!!— Fightin for America! (@DemHugh) November 5, 2018
2) Violence DOES solve problems. Or at least teach lessons.
3) Assault is okay as long as there's a sufficient age gap.
4) It's not violence if a family member does it.
5) Beatings are the surest way of instilling respect for authority.
6) If I don't hit you, how will you know I love you?
7) Beatings in childhood prepare you to raise your own children and beat them, because violence should always be carried forward.
8) Beatings make a man out of you (you don't beat girls, that's just wrong!), by teaching by example. And the example is: it's okay to beat people smaller and younger than you. (I mean, don't be an idiot; that big guy? Who are you kidding?)
9) Anger management is for p*ssies!
10) Childhood beatings made me the man I am today! Angry, bitter, and resentful of people who think corporal punishment is not good for children. Then who am I gonna take my childhood beatings out on?!?! HUH?!!!?????!!!!!
I can't believe this is back in the news. Then again, I can.
Spanking never hurt me none! Probably helped me in the long run. That's the problem in today's society, the kids tell the parents what their going to do, I say spank them if they need it, it's not going to hurt the kids, good grief!— 😻Preston Mangrum😻 (@Preston66117) November 5, 2018
Another example of why liberals should never be put in power. They'll legally define a spanking as a beating and spend so much time arresting ordinary parents they won't have time to prosecute real abusers.— Daniel Lee (@RealDanLee) November 5, 2018