Tommy Jordan is pissed. His daughter Hannah has gotten 'too big for her britches' as the saying goes, and complains on Facebook about doing chores, her life, and her parents.

First, props to Tommy for having the guts to be a parent, and take an active role in his daughter's life. Sometimes kids think they can run the show, and Jordan isn't willing to let Hannah do that.

But Tommy goes too far.

As you'll see in the video, Jordan has let the situation with his daughter spiral out of control. He's forced to use his computer skills in order to break into Hannah's Facebook account and then reads her complaint letter on camera. How does he solve the problem? With a .45-caliber pistol. How many parenting issues are really solved with guns?

"She chose to share this with the entire world on Facebook and block her parent's [sic] from seeing it. Well, umm... [sic] she failed.

No, sir, you failed. I've made it clear with my kids that we have the right to look at everything they do electronically, or they lose the privilege. Period. That means we know their passwords for their email, Facebook, and X-Box accounts, and we have every right to look at all their electronic communications. Yes, that includes text messages.

There are plenty of parent/child electronic-communication contracts available on the web, but Computer Diva Kim Komando provides an excellent '10 Commandments For Kids Online' contract which you can download and print here.

Let us know in the comments section what you think of Jordan's over-the-top parenting, and how you and your family handle kids and computers in this constantly-evolving electronic age.

Note:  The language in Tommy's video below is at times quite strong.