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To: tcrlaf

Like some here know already, I took a kid from Brownsville who was the result of a rape under my wing.

Two years of HELL but I dropped him off at The National Guard Youth Challenge in Fort Dix yesterday for good after a million orientations and nearly clobbering him 2 dozen times over the past 2 years.

He will come out in five months hopefully with his GED, structure and an application to join the Guard or Army as he will turn 18 while in the “at-risk” program.

There is ALWAYS hope and that is why abortion is wrong. Well, one of the reasons.

It will cost the govt 5k a month for this program but if he pays taxes the rest of his life and doesn’t cost 25,00 a year in prison for 50 years it will have been a GREAT investment.

I know MANY here will be against the govt spending money on these kids with a national guard program.

But we can’t have it EVERY WAY.

We want them born, some of them need help early or later on.

NOT welfare. Not SNAP.

A military program to give them a shot at structure and a future to serve our country.

all I know is i am free for 5 months!!!

Then my mentoring term begins :(


4 posted on 07/11/2019 2:11:33 PM PDT by dp0622 (Bad, bad company Till the day I die.)
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To: dp0622

That’s great. You helped this guy to chose the right path to follow. Many young people get to that point where they can start making decisions that will effect them for a long time.

Most still need a nudge in the proper direction.
Most will never again have such an opportunity to chose without being under heavy pressure. Any change equals a risk.
Life style circumstance or ongoing financial debt can make your mind up for you.


6 posted on 07/11/2019 2:25:07 PM PDT by lee martell
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