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Some Problems with Daycare for Under 3's, greenparty.ca, 3-Feb-05 It is a restricted notion of social justice that allows us to put under 3's in daycare.
What are we to think of a social justice that ignores the wishes and welfare of those who:
1.  cannot speak for themselves
2.  cannot hire a lawyer to speak for them
3.  cannot form a group or union to press for their interests.
4.  cannot run away or escape the situation they are in.
How often would infants and toddlers choose to go to a daycare centre rather than be with mom?
Category = Politics
Some Problems with Daycare for Under 3's, greenparty.ca, 3-Feb-05 The desire for daycare for under 3's is a by-product of consumerism.  Mothers and fathers are programmed to believe they need the money a mother can earn during the three years her child needs her most.  This is one of the richest countries of the world (Canada).
As Greens we should not support a level of consumption that poses risks to new human beings.
Category = Economics, Politics
Daycare Disservice With a Smile
Commentary by Brandon Dutcher, CNSNews.com, 18-Mar-05
People often use delicate language to obfuscate harsh realities...
...Euphemisms are a sure sign of a pricked conscience...
...parents who put their children in institutionalized day care often do so with a fair amount of guilt and anxiety...
...Consider: When's the last time you saw a day care center named "Infant Warehouse"?
It doesn't happen. "Hepatitis Haven" is not a popular choice, either. Ditto for "The Romanian Orphanage."
Names like that would only exacerbate parental guilt. What we see instead are reassuring names like "Gingerbread Manor," "Cheer for Kids," "Happy Hearts," and "In Grandmother's Arms."
These are actual names of day care centers ...
(Other names include:) "Comfort Zone," ...or "Just Like Home." Or perhaps "Grammy's," "An Angel's Touch," or (cruelest of all) "A Mother's Love."
A mother's love? Here is a tiny, helpless human who wants nothing more in this world than to be close to her mother. She cries and clings every morning, yet mom pushes her into the arms of Michelle, the caregiver du jour.

Category = Politics
Daycare Disservice With a Smile
Commentary by Brandon Dutcher, CNSNews.com, 18-Mar-05
Some names are tinged with ironic melancholy, such as "First Step Daycare" ("That's where I took my first step - mommy missed it, of course.") or "Golden Rule Day Care" ("That's where I learned how to do unto others; I wonder how mom and dad will feel when I put them in a nursing home?")
Category = Politics
Daycare Disservice With a Smile
Commentary by Brandon Dutcher, CNSNews.com, 18-Mar-05
It doesn't matter what you name the place; the disquieting truths about day care persist...
...institutionalized day care can have harmful effects on the emotional, psychological, and even physical development of youngsters.

Category = Behavior, Development, Politics
Daycare Disservice With a Smile
Commentary by Brandon Dutcher, CNSNews.com, 18-Mar-05
You can sugarcoat it all you like (did I mention "Lollipop Daycare" or "Peppermint Palace"?), but the conscience is not fooled. Mothers know what they know (Despite names like) 'Freckles 'N Grins' (and)  "Giggles & Wiggles."
Category = Politics

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