What is the point of having children if you don't intend to raise them yourself? People should not have kids until they can afford them. And by "afford" I mean the financial ability to raise them in person. If you want to sponsor a child (i.e. pay for his food, necessities, schooling, etc.), you can sign up with any number of charities. If you want to raise a child, you must be present to do so.
Ok so like right we don't the ability to tell people to do this. Also what if they don't know it will be required or unintentionally have kids what do we do then. In so far aw we make this kind of rule or maintain this idea then we drive the day cares out of busniess and then leave ourselves open to problems for the cases I disucss above. Also the benefits of a full time day care are infinite to the kids because they learn many necessary social skills which will help them in life so day cares actually are benefitially. So again it comes back to one thing the question of why. To be honest there is no reason to stand for this because 1.) its wrong and 2.) even if the advcocacy was right its unenforcable and by standing for this your standing against the mothers free choice to use a day care and the day cares right to make money thus going against our constitution.
This isn't an argument in favor of forcing anyone to do anything. I just said people SHOULD not have children if they know those children will spend 70% of their waking hours in the care of strangers. It is a strong suggestion. I am not trying to advocate any law. Please use round 2 to address the topic. I'll save all my arguments for the final round.
Ok so I put responses to your main arguement. I argue that we should be able to have day care if we want. Also I discuss the benefits to the kids from going to day care, and at the point where you show no negative effects of going to the day care you don't prove a reason to affirm. Also you don't explain a single reason why who are you to determine the "point" of having a child if you have them at day care. Your advocacy just doesn't make sense and its not actually grounded in any way. Also it leads us to have day cares because if more people felt like you they would go out of business and then what if people needed them. Also you don't define your brightlines for full time day care vs. part time day care. Furthermore you don't explain what you mean by intentionally have a kid. Also since you don't prove harms, and provide no justification for your PERSONAL opinion we vote neg.
For one, I do not think you really comprehend the arguement and its ideas. Your grammar and spelling is so confusing, I'm not sure what are your opposing points. I never said that there should not be any day care facilities. I am all for a free marketplace. However, my point is that if people intentionally choose to get pregnant and have the responsibility of a child, then it is the parent who should and needs to be at home to raise that child. It is the PARENT who really loves and has INTEREST IN THE CHILD...that is where the child begins to learn their value and identity. A person who is an employee only cares, (and in some cases doesn't), if there's a smelly diaper and that the child has food. A child does not care about the parents career...it has NO relevance to their reality...they just want mom. You asked who I was...I am a mom. A mom who at the age of 23, almost 16 years ago, put my child in "day care" because that's "where you put a child at 6 weeks of age", only to arrive there unexpectedly one day to see the "caregiver" hold up a 15 month old to eye level and after screaming into his tearful face drop him to the ground. My daughter was never in day care again. I have since raised 3 girls who are social standouts in the fact that they are value driven, fun, happy children who have the undeniable peace and knowledge that they matter because of the love we have demonstrated in our care of raising them. Social standouts because they have respect for authority and others, are not cutters or drug addicts, do not hide things from their parents, and would rather build the best self they can instead of trying to find their identity with a boy. I do not believe that any one person is perfect, but it is in the best interest of a child to have a parent who makes the sacrifices necessary to set their child up for success thus ensuring their own. By the way, my first child was born out of wed-lock and was 2 when her father and I finally married...we are together 17 years today.
Ok so basically looking at your entire argument, because you did it this way its correct. Also look at some logic right, there is no negative impacts to the kids and they do only learn social skills when they are introduced to others at a day care. You also believe that all day care employees are negligent and could care less which is simply not true. Also full time day care required could be temporary so your claim that if the mother may need it for a month then she shouldn't have kids? That just doesn't make sense. So for the previous reasons I gave and the fact that this is illogical vote eng.