High Cost for Hope

If Freedom is a Buck O’ Five, how much does hope in China cost?

I can’t pinpoint the exact amount, but it seems as if the stakes are getting raised, with this new law in China:
http://chinageeks.org/2011/09/troubling-legal-reforms

John Locke proposed the idea of a social contract between people and government, in which:
” Social contract arguments assert that individuals unite into political societies by a process of mutual consent, agreeing to abide by common rules and accept corresponding duties to protect themselves and one another from violence and other kinds of harm”

Honestly, if a government allows children with mental disabilities to exist without care, and leave them to a single woman to take care of, is this part of the government contract we entered?
http://www.chinasmack.com/2011/pictures/lives-like-garbage-chinese-children-with-birth-defects-abandoned.html

Hopefully this isn’t due to any poisons from adverse chemicals put in sustenance.In comparison to 1950, it feels that the communist government has lost its luster.

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