A day care worker in Tulsa, Okla., was looking after eight children ages 7 and younger.
One of the kids, a a 2-year-old boy, would not be quiet for nap time, so she bound his hands and covered his mouth with masking tape.
That silenced him — permanently. The boy died after several days on life support.
I never did trust people enough to have them raise my kid. Never did.
Now if you were to respond that the average day care worker is no less capable than the average American mom of raising a child without killing it, I’d say — you’re probably right!
I’m just talking about my kid . . .