Khrysti Martarello-Lunnar writes:
Above you will find the link for our newest petition. As some of you know, we've created it to eliminate federal funding for children adopted from foster care. I made the decision to void the previous petition upon discovery that some of the people who signed it had, in fact, actually abused, neglected and even molested their children but signed the petition. My intention is NOT to pave the way for guilty parents/family members to regain custody of their children, nor is it my intention to eliminate CPS as a whole. CPS is needed for the children who are legitimately abused, neglected and molested at the hands of the people they love. I believe that abolishing the bonuses paid to state and local government for children adopted from foster care will eliminate the incentive to destroy innocent families. ....
Pass it along so we can quickly reach our quota for signatures. The sooner we reach our goal, the sooner some of these children may come home.
I'm writing to ask you all to sign this new petition as this is the petition we will submit to the U.S. President and U.S. Congress. We do need a LOT of signatures but I have faith that if we all share and sign the petition, if you havent already as only ONE signature is needed, we can achieve this much needed change for our children and future generations.
PLEASE BE SURE TO USE VALID INFO IN THE NAME AND CONTACT FIELD OR YOUR INFO WILL NOT BE COUNTED BY CONGRESS!** I WILL NOT SHARE, GIVE OUT OR SELL ANY OF YOUR INFO!!
Thank you all so much for your support in our efforts to protect our Nation's children from abuse at the hands of the very Government assigned to protect them!! Should you have questions or concerns, you may visit our website at www.reformasfa1997.info , join us on FB at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Citizens-for-Reformation-of-the-Adoption-Safe-Families-Act/355654914495219 , or simply reply to this email and I will personally get back to you within 24 hours. Thank you again and take care.
***Since the enactment of ASFA in 1997, the number of children placed in, as well as adopted from, foster care has risen at a disturbing rate. Children are being removed from falsely accused parents without tangible evidence of wrongdoing. Nearly 99% of all children in foster care are now deemed 'special needs', which further increases federal funding. The title 'Special Needs' was previously only assigned to children with documented physical, mental or psychological disabilities; it now encompasses children in therapy, those on psychotropic medications and suffering with attachment/abandonment issues as a direct result of being removed from loving parents and homes.