Frankly, without more information, it is difficult to pass judgement, either way. We don't know what the family was going through. We don't know how much help the family solicited and/or was denied, due to the child's citizenship issues. Of course, considering how flagrantly illegal aliens gobble up and abuse our social services, I would be surprised to find that a multitude of programs, grants and money were not lavished upon him.
It is the Natural born, hard-working citizen in this country who finds aid impossible to access. Back to the point, I am happy to see Russia shut the "puppy mill" down. I would like nothing better than to see Haiti, Africa, Korea, Viet Nam and every other country on earth keep their orphans at home. Granting, news agencies around the world would have much less to hawk and manipulate to the bored and benign, but more American orphans and abandoned children might find the "loving" homes they deserve. Perhaps it isn't so difficult to adopt in America, as people like to complain... and if it is the "exotic" child/pet you desire, we have plenty of that after opening our doors and coffers to so many countries.
I'm curious about all those "refugees" and how it is that so many of those countries turn up on the list of most favorite places to vacation for tourist!
Blah, blah, blah.
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