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Submitted by monkey on Mon, 06/02/2008 - 2:43am.
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I would've kicked the crap out of him!! What a lil Fu@ker!

Posted on Thu, 08/21/2008 - 2:53pm by Anonymous

This is sad. He couldn't have had my mother as a parent. Cuz 32 pick-up would be the name of the game. That mother needs to stop playing and beat da hell out that child one good time, and I bet he would remember that every time he thought of acting a fool.

Posted on Sat, 08/23/2008 - 5:39pm by Anonymous


Posted on Mon, 08/25/2008 - 6:43pm by Anonymous

Only in white households.......yes I said it

Posted on Wed, 08/27/2008 - 9:39pm by Anonymous

Let's see
Is this suppose to be a diplomatic conversation between two adults, or a mother in charge of her son

All I can say is, I am the easiest pushover you could ever meet
I let my kids get away with alot, but THIS???????

He needs to come over to Pleasant Grove in Dallas TX
and spend a couple of nights in my hood

I am a VERY soft parent, but he would have been knocked our of that chair so hard - - - where is Major Pain when you need him?
what would Mary Poppins do???
Even SHE spanked those kids -- - please spank your kids
for Gods sake
Too much diplomacy

Posted on Thu, 08/28/2008 - 4:36pm by Anonymous

I don't condone child abuse at all, but I would have went to prison because that young man would have gotten his ass whipped till he couldn't sit down. He wouldn't have gotten past raising his voice at me let alone striking me.

Posted on Thu, 08/28/2008 - 9:11pm by Anonymous

Oh hell no!!, My old man would have beat my ass,that is after my mom took off her shoe and Blistered it till I couldn't sit down!
In no way would I have even contemplated slapping my Mom.

Thanks ACLU! Continue the fantastic job you started!

Posted on Mon, 09/08/2008 - 10:10pm by Anonymous


Posted on Tue, 09/09/2008 - 4:25pm by Anonymous

I wish people would shove their "bible" comments up their watoosies! We witness behavioural problems in this video .. from both mother and child. The boy implies that he has been physically struck (abused?) by his mother - who knows how many times. The mother (I suspect) is getting off on this obnoxious behaviour - who can guess what her deep-seated problems might be. One of the most astute comments following this video was to ask where the father is in this scenario - is there one? I hope it is not too late to repair the damage to both mother and child psyches. It looks like a separation is in order for their own good.

Posted on Fri, 09/12/2008 - 3:09pm by Anonymous

Yea, this kid has problems but so does the mother. It is my belief that the mother emotionally abuses her child and/or physically....After the child slapped his mother, she raised her arm ready to hit him back, however she had restraint most likely she was on camera. Highly abusive relationship. The child is a product of their parents.

Posted on Thu, 09/18/2008 - 11:50pm by Anonymous

this is a prime example of what happened when the law says you cannot spank your children. this kid needs to come live with me for a week. bet he won't be hitting anyone else.

Posted on Mon, 09/22/2008 - 2:59pm by Anonymous

See listening to Dr. smock and those other supposedly educated children doctors did nothing but mess up people heads. The bible has always dealt with how to raise a child. says Proverb 23:14 of the King James version of the Holy Bible. Many of the verses of the Bible require your children to obey and honor you. Many seem to require you to use a rod to actually beat your children. For example...

Ephesians 6:1-3 CHILDREN, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right. Honour thy father and thy mother, which is the first commandment with promise; that it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth.

Proverb 13:24 He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes.

Proverb 22:15 Foolishness is bound up in the heart of a child, but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him.

Proverb 23:13 Withhold not correction from the child: for if thou beatest him with the rod, he shall not die.

Proverb 23:14 Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and shalt deliver his soul from hell.

Proverb 29:15 Thy rod and reproof give wisdom, but a child left to himself bringeth his mother to shame.

Posted on Wed, 09/24/2008 - 9:33am by Anonymous

My eyes would have hit that gleam and then it would have all over. Chair, what chair. His butt would have been flying across that room so fast. Like someone else said, we would get that look and sit ourselves down somewhere quick.

Even my child at nine tried to fight me (something she saw her little new next-door friend doing) bad idea. Not going to say what I did, but she found herself on the flour. Then she said she was leaving. I told her to leave! She wanted to take clothes that I had bought. I took her to the door, told her she better be glad if I let her keep the clothes she had on her back. I opened the door, told her bye and shut my door.

She sat on the doorstep -- crying for about an hour. Then she wanted to come back inside. But she was not coming back until I was ready and she readily accepted all my stipulations, punishments and rules. She never tried anything like that again and is 35 years old today.

called tough love.

Posted on Wed, 09/24/2008 - 9:52am by Anonymous

That's why, I'm sticking to the principles of the bible, in which tells you to apply the rod of correction and deliver that child's soul from hell.

Do you know how many children are out there like this boy that to grew up and terrorized others. They have no respect for the law, no respect for life, and nor themselves. These are the same kids, raping women, burgularizing, assauting, and murdering people. Makes it hard for us to come out of our own homes and feel safe.

All this is due to how parents raise their childrem, and what we have to deal with as a result. Stop raising monster that we have to deal with in the long run.

Posted on Wed, 09/24/2008 - 10:11am by Anonymous

Wow!! I think that after they scraped him off the wall. I would have to really see a Doctor about my own anger issues.

Posted on Wed, 09/24/2008 - 1:20pm by Anonymous

if you ask me the mum should not have anything to do with this whole rude type of things, that all is the fathers job i mean only i father can keep his child well looked after (well mannerd)mum are to kind to get angery with thir kids but fathers don't care and that is my point (i m a boy yet)i m kinda worried what if i get kid/kids like him i will be done, but i know once you take good care of them from the start they wont be as rude as him.

Posted on Tue, 10/07/2008 - 4:57am by Anonymous


Posted on Wed, 10/08/2008 - 2:17pm by Anonymous

you have got to be kidding me.....and on top of that there is a advice on parenting in my day we did what we were told to do and respected our parents......we hated it...hated it....we tried to push the boundries often...but we listened...cuz we knew if we did not we got our asses kicked..i believe that most behavior problems can be resolved by communication this is one case where i can honestly say i would have kicked the living sh*t out of that kid...belt, switch from the back yard and the back of my hand.. i would have stoped the whole conversation before she even had a chance to say "dude", that is totally a result of bad parenting to have a kid that far out of whack takes more than a few days reading dumb ass "anti-hit your child" books followed by the the best seller " all conflicts can be resolved by talking and listening" gimmie a freeking break...

Posted on Tue, 10/21/2008 - 10:52pm by Anonymous

It all stems from consistency. I live with my girlfriend and she has the most loving 6 year old in the world. I'm not scared to admit, however, he was the most disrespectful child I've ever encountered in my life. Now, we live together and have for a year. I rarely even raise my voice at him, I've never struck him, and never will him nor any child. Why? Because it has been mentioned previously acting out of emotion is extremely wrong from a parenting aspect. I'm one of those freaks with magically increasing strength when I'm angry. If I were to put my hands on a child I would hurt them. So I dont. But regardless, I refer to a 6 year old as sir. He referrs to me as sir. He loves me like his own father, but respects me as the man I portray to him. I spend time with him, read to him, help him with his homework. Not only is he making vast improvements academicaly, he is also making them in behavior. Changing a child's behavior after their formative years is very possible but requires consistency and discipline from the parents. There are plenty of nights I don't feel like having dinner at the table, or reading the story or messing around with 1st grade homework. But I disciplined myself, and taught my girlfriend the discipline required to hold it in importance. I'm a very calm person, but I can talk to him in a whisper and he will hear me above anything else. He knows that when I say "One more time and..." he knows that the next time he does it the purposed action I promised will take place. Sometimes it seems silly to punish the child just for being overly hyper and not keeping his hands off the stuff in the store, because they are kids. But those items aren't theirs and they need to respect other peoples things. But I keep my promises, whether it is infact a punishment or fun time. There have been plenty of occassions we have sat at the table up until bed time doing homework because he wouldn't pay attention and get it done. But I was sitting right there the whole time. Some people use spankings to deliver a message of "this is wrong". I'm telling you take their TV. Cancel their trip to the theme park. Most parents just lack the self discipline to cancel their own night out, or family fun,to punish the child. Discipline yourself before you discipline the child, be a role model. Teach them how to be a man or woman. Keep your anger out of the picture, you can still be stern without being loud, or striking the child. My girlfriend calls me a hard ass towards him, but he loves me, respects me, he always wants to spend time with me. I love him like my own. He responds to me how I respond to him. Where as someone he is used to having a verbal joust with... he will argue. Someone who displays argumentative behavior is not practiced or tolerated. Now in regards to the slap, I would never retaliate in that situation myself, a real man doesn't need to hit someone back to be hardcore. Especially in seeing this is a child enacting in a way that was displayed to him. Now, Mother's fault DAMN RIGHT. I would not have tolerated the slap, I would make him regret it without hitting him back. That poor child would forget what electricity or freedom is, and will perform labor around the house under my watch. Then after about a month of all that... he'll know what prison is like and never want to go there. Once the lesson is learned however, It's time to move on and find a new way to make the child a better person than I am.

Posted on Wed, 10/22/2008 - 2:47pm by Anonymous

It all comes from proper parenting. You can be a good parent and not physicaly touch your child.
You can be a good parent and spank your child, as long as your teaching them right from wrong and they are responding favorably.
A six year old is much easier to raise than a child of that age, not to take anything away from you. If what you are saying is true, when your child reaches his age, I think its a safe bet that you will have none of thoose issues even to deal with.
The longer you let poor behavior and bad parenting skills go on the worse it will get. I blame the parent not the child.
You can harm a child without hitting them. I am sure we all know there are many was that abuse can occur. They are children and must be kept safe. That kid in my mind still deserved much more of a response from his mother than what he got.
If we as parents do our job, and do it well, we most likely will not ever have to be in that position. There will always be a few exceptions to the rule.
The older you get and the more children you deal with, you start to find that there are kids that you will hardly need to raise your voice with. Then you will find the one who is the polar opposite. Kids do not come in plain paper boxes all made of the same stuff, and they do not all respond to the same things that other kids do.
Finding out what does and how to apply it makes a good parent and a good kid.

Posted on Wed, 10/22/2008 - 10:20pm by Anonymous

I have a 3 year old boy, and I love him more than anything. Because I love him more than anything, he does not get away with crap like this. Do I spank him? No. But I discipline him, and he knows that Mommy can turn off that nice switch real quick, and turn it back on once he's gotten the point. This kid (he's how old, 10 at least?) acts less mature than my 3 year old. Something has gone seriously wrong in this mother-son relationship. Where's the father? I wonder how he would react if he knew his kid was hitting Mom? And what about this kid's weight problem? That shows me he's been overindulged. Probably spoiled rotten.

Posted on Thu, 10/23/2008 - 3:16pm by Anonymous

If I had a child that was that disresfully in wouyld be out of my house and put in Boot Camp or upstate were he could not get out of Jail

Posted on Tue, 10/28/2008 - 8:13pm by Anonymous

I beg to differ with those who say white people do not discipline their children. My parents had eight children and five of those were boys. They weren't afraid of my Dad, but Mother was a different story. We were all scared to death of her. She saw everything and knew everything we did wrong. She had eyes in the back of her head. There was no way to every get anything over on her. And discipline: she had no reservations about picking up a broom and swinging it at one of my brothers for sassing her. There was no time out or go to your room. She took care of the problem immediately and it was usually with a board, a belt or the peach tree switch that we had to get ourselves. And don't think about bringing a small one back. She put stripes on the legs or bruises on the bottom. We were made to go to church, to school and to the cotton fields, (that we did not own; Dad was a sharecropper) where we picked cotton along side black folks and ate our lunch with. If one of my brother skipped school, the principle would call our Landlord (we didn' have a phone) and Mom would be waiting when the wayward child came home. Punishment was swift and painful. Needless to say none of us have ever been in jail, abused our children, nor beat our wives or husbands. (Oh, and we were tortured by being made to go to church every Sunday morning, Sunday evening and Wednesday night.)
This mother lost a child and may have went through a long grieving period. Everyone grieves differently, so she may have lost control of her son during this period. Losing a child is the most traumatic event a parent can go through. She probably should have received counciling during this time, but probably didn't. Her son was allowed to do whatever he wanted because she would have been too tired from mourning to notice. She may have showered extra affection and been way to soft on the boy to make up for the loss of her daughter. The fact is; this is never good for a child. He has grown to become a spoiled brat and now thinks he rules the family.
I don't know where the Dad was during this time, but, if there is one, he has deffinately shirked his responsiblity and ruined his child. Mom may have tried to discipline the son without being stern about it, and he paid no attention. This may be what happened on the plane. She may have tried to shush him up but he continued being the little brat that he is. She had enough and elbowed him on the arm because she couldn't paddle him in public for fear of being arrested.
Some kind of counciling has to be done. Most likely, he needs to go to a boot camp or someplace where he will learn discipline.
As for what I would do: I would have slapped him back and then the camera crew what have had to get me off him. I have a 37 year old son who is 6'2" and weighs 350. If he was EVER disrespectful to me, he knows what's coming. You've heard the old saying: the bigger they are the harder they fall. I may be just short enough to take him down with a kick to the crotch and I have told him so. Not that he has ever disrespected me to that point because the first time he said something disrecpectful, I warned him about what would happen and he believed me. Mamma don't take no mess off the child. Never have, Never will. And he has always respected other grown folks too.
And that's something that children of all colors no longer do. You may think you taught them to respect folks, and they may respect you in your house, but you aren't with them on the streets when they are cursing people in their vehicles or jumping in front of folks on the street and giving them the finger.
I didn't let my son walk the streets at night when he was a child and he didn't want to when he got to be a teenager.
Nowdays, I see little kids out at night in the black neighborhood I drive through to go home. Little girls like 10 - 12 years old on the streets, and I'm appalled at the way they act. And teen girls jumping in front of my vehicle to impress the young guys, then curing me for honking at them.
What is wrong with this senario. All I can say is Something is Missing Here.

Posted on Mon, 11/10/2008 - 12:10pm by Anonymous

I am not saying that the kid is right, or that he is wrong. You've only seen this part of their lives. She figures that because they are on TV shes gonna be all sweet and nice. He could be telling the truth and because youve only seen this from him, and the fact that hes not an adult, makes what he says less believable. From what i've seen (from a 14 yr olds point of view) he is wrong and I would have dropped his ass, whether I was on TV or not. But like I said you never know. odds are the mother is telling the truth cause he seems like kind of an asshole...So put them both up on a lie detector and see whos telling the truth....Thats just my opinion, and like I said, I wouldve dropped him.

Posted on Tue, 11/11/2008 - 5:03pm by Anonymous

I am not saying that the kid is right, or that he is wrong. You've only seen this part of their lives. She figures that because they are on TV shes gonna be all sweet and nice. He could be telling the truth and because youve only seen this from him, and the fact that hes not an adult, makes what he says less believable. From what i've seen (from a 14 yr olds point of view) he is wrong and I would have dropped his @$$, whether I was on TV or not. But like I said you never know. odds are the mother is telling the truth cause he seems like kind of an @$$hole...So put them both up on a lie detector and see whos telling the truth....Thats just my opinion, and like I said, I wouldve dropped him.

Posted on Tue, 11/11/2008 - 5:05pm by Anonymous

I don't know what to tell you. This kid needs to put out to pasture. I mean, first of all you don't talk back to me, and for God sake's don't even think of putting you your little hands on me. See this is what happens when they are little kids and they begin to talk. You have to watch what you say around these little people, because they hear everything and see everything and they grow up marking their parents. And to say "Oh! did you here or see what Little Johnny just did?" Wasn't that cute? Hell Naw!! It wasn't cute and it wasn't funny. The way you teach your children and raise them up is the way they will grow up to be. Plain and simple.

Posted on Tue, 11/25/2008 - 1:09pm by Anonymous

dang u b----ed slaped her boy if i were ur mom i would've gave u tough love little boy u would not want to know what that would feel like!!!

Posted on Wed, 12/10/2008 - 9:51am by Anonymous

The problem is that this kid thinks he should have equal rights in the household. He needs to realise that he is kid.

And if my kid behaved like he would not forget that day for the rest of his life...

Posted on Fri, 01/02/2009 - 1:30am by Anonymous

That`s what you get when you call your son "Dude"

Posted on Wed, 01/07/2009 - 5:03pm by Anonymous

I grew up in the 1950's and 60's. If I had done something like that kid did, the talking back part much less the striking his mom, I would not be here now to tell you about anything. My mother, may she rest in peace, may have tolerated actions like this to some extent. But, my father would have killed me on the spot. While that, of course, is a rather drastic measure, that kid absolutely needs to have his ass beat on a regular basis and the Child Welfare people need to be shot. Richmond, VA

Posted on Tue, 01/13/2009 - 3:05am by Anonymous

Whoa...sounds like this kid needs a good discussion - a good paddle on the back side until he realizes who's the parent. Sheesh! And people wonder why today's kids are like they are?? Apparently the mother didn't do any form of discipline when this brat was smaller. The kids I've seen like this usually end up in jail.

Posted on Tue, 02/03/2009 - 9:52pm by Anonymous

I'm "old-school" when it comes to this kind of thing. First of all, WHY IS SHE ARGUING WITH A CHILD?? He's not an adult and doesn't have a say IN ANYTHING - period. While I agree the kids are people too, they aren't in charge of anything. If he's grown enough to stand toe-to-toe arguing with his mother, he'd be out finding a job and working to support himself and he'd be looking for another place to live. I don't know where the father is in this situation, but that's not the point. If a child feels okay with telling a parent to "shut up," and resorting to physical abuse, well, let's just say he might end up looking at the world out of the tops of his tennis shoes. I wouldn't take this from an adult, so a kid wouldn't stand a chance in my camp. Certain things are just NOT okay and "time outs" don't always work. While I don't agree with corporal punishment for everything, I think it's okay in some cases, like this one. That's why corporal punishment works when administered correctly: only for special occasions - like this one.

Posted on Wed, 02/04/2009 - 4:01pm by Anonymous

You have it backwards. He acts the way he does because that is what she has taught him. She never once denied the yelling, the hitting, the elbowing he accused her of, she simply tried to downplay it.

You reap what you sow.

Posted on Thu, 02/12/2009 - 2:58pm by Anonymous

I'm sure there is so much more to this relationship than meets the eye. This child had no right to behave the way he did, but it appears to me this was a cry out for help. Cameras are on, of course mom's going to keep her composure, I doubt this was the norm for her. The issue's for this family go much deeper than what we saw. This child is angry, frustrated and unheard by his mother. It's very sad for both of them and I hope they BOTH get the help they so desperately need.

Posted on Mon, 02/23/2009 - 4:45am by Anonymous

God from thee we came unto thee we commit ourselves.On behalf of me,i would have smashed his teeth inside his stomach with one solid punch and if 'Dr' Phill says a word, i will knock the sh*t out from his fat ...
If any body slaps you, its the highest form of disrespect and you do not question ''why did you slap me'? You reply quick with a sharp slap and a headbutt before checking your face for facial hand marks.

Posted on Sat, 03/14/2009 - 4:28pm by Anonymous

There is no way this would happen if mom started teaching him at an early age that you have to fear God first and the wrath of mothers second!!! That was a waist of time trying to reason with him and he will probably become an abusive husband if he makes it to adulthood. I am a single parent of 3 and not one of them have ever raised their voice at me because we got that under control at the beginning. He has no boundaries what so ever and she is not fair in teaching him that in the real world you will always have authority figures directing your path. They both need to be institutionalized. She has created a MONSTER

Posted on Tue, 03/17/2009 - 2:07pm by Anonymous

I would have bet his ass w/o a doubt.

Posted on Mon, 04/13/2009 - 7:32pm by Anonymous

This is way out of line. This boy would have seen the floor before he would have had the chnace to utter the word shut up.

Posted on Mon, 04/20/2009 - 3:13pm by Anonymous

ugly kid lol

Posted on Tue, 04/28/2009 - 9:23pm by Anonymous

There's no way my kids put their hands on me.My mom always says, I brought you here and damnit, I'll take you OUT!!! I would have to put my foot in his butt and then put him away,because ain't no child I birth going to put their hands on me..The Hell With That!!! When your child talks to you like that,is because you allow them to do and say anything to you..Your the mother,not the other!!!

Posted on Wed, 05/20/2009 - 1:15pm by Anonymous

To be honest, I feel for this kid. He would not be doing that if there wasn't a reason. The mom probably yells at her son, tells him to shut up, and she's probably slapped him before too.
I think the kid should not be the only one blamed here.

Posted on Tue, 06/02/2009 - 7:00pm by Anonymous

I woulda knocked his but out of that chair

-big mama

Posted on Wed, 06/03/2009 - 5:32pm by Anonymous

hey ,mothers who are not trying 2 be mean or anything,but dont judge from a video that this child is bad
or anything if you dont know about his everyday life
in my country,they would have stoned him,but i dont think thats fair
hav u heard the saying 'mothers hav rights' i agree with
that,but they dont have the right to take the childs right away or to give themself a right

Posted on Wed, 06/17/2009 - 4:45pm by Anonymous

Dr. Phil is the biggest fraud since oprah

Posted on Fri, 07/10/2009 - 9:48pm by Anonymous

i'm not a parent, but i am a teenager, and i know that if a bratty little kid would ever think of slapping his mother then he is in for it. that mother needs to learn what real punishment is, you dont have to slap your child, you can ground them, and i do think she deserved that, but he had no right to yell at her, it is legal to slap your children if they are being bad, that little brat needs some help, seriously and so does the mom, i mean him saying it left a mark for 20 min, they should have just stopped the talking.

Posted on Sat, 08/01/2009 - 11:39pm by Anonymous

The problem is quite simple. She is trying to reason with him and explain.

No explanation or reasoning is needed, Parent talks child listens. Too many parents are putting the idea of being a childs friend before being their parent and as a result they are too scared to correctly discipline a child.

Posted on Thu, 08/06/2009 - 10:34pm by Anonymous

If that was a BLACK parent Dr. phil would have had to supply a bodybag to pick up the little pinhead.

Posted on Sun, 09/06/2009 - 4:27am by Anonymous

i think the mother should be butt slapped!!! really hard too!

Posted on Mon, 09/21/2009 - 1:57pm by Anonymous

That kid is a brat! I idol his mother for staying calm. BUT seriously, that kd needs to go to frickin rehab, he will be such a bad teenager if he continues to act that way, no one should touch a woman like that, especcially a boy, if he touched me I would have called 911 and sent him away. Can u say FUTURE WIFE BEATER!!!!! His mom probly never touched him! She seems nice. He will get hand cuffs!

Posted on Thu, 09/24/2009 - 3:54pm by Anonymous

Wow 20 whole minutes. Wimp

Posted on Thu, 09/24/2009 - 4:02pm by Anonymous

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