Your children were placed in foster care after it was found that they were being abused and neglected. You want to visit them, but in order to do that you need the judge's permission. Do you:
A). Sneak a visit in the hope that the judge is none the wiser.
B). Attempt to bribe the judge with flattery and a fruit basket.
C). Dress in drag as an elderly Scottish woman and get hired by your child's family as the new housekeeper, or;
D). Put on your best Nazi uniform, straighten your swastika patch, pencil on your Hitler moustache and front up to court to tell the judge that all you want is the chance to prove you can be a good father to little Adolf.
If you picked option D, then obviously you're the rather eccentric fellow from New Jersey who thought it'd be a good idea to front up to a visitation hearing wearing his Nazi themed best [link].
And by eccentric, of course I mean bat shit crazy.
Dude, why on earth are you idolising a guy who was, not to put too fine a point on it, evil? The guy was insane, had both Mummy and Daddy issues, and seriously blamed an entire race of people because he wasn't rich to the point that he had millions of them killed! None of these are things you should be trying to emulate.
And even if we put aside your ideological beliefs, surely you must have realised that turning up looking like an extra from A Springtime For Hitler wasn't going to win you any brownie points with that judge.
I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you're not going to be allowed to see your kids any time soon.
I'd like to thank Smashgirl over at Smash!Mosaics [link] for showing me this article. She works at the library with me and her blog is awesomesauce, full of great posts about her travels and adventures. And her mosaics aren't anything to sneeze at either [link].