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originally posted by: abe froman
The way the family court system works is a disgrace.
The courts are openly and shamelessly biased against fathers.
I know several women who don't give a damn about the children's happiness, only what the kids can do for them.
" I know you'd be happier living at your dad's but, then I wouldn't get MY money."
Hey moms, if you live on child support and welfare, you don't support your kids, your kids support you.
Also, you're a bum.
These are the real deadbeats, not dads.
I am so tired of this 'Men's right's movement'. It should be called "I don;t want to pay child support, I want a sports car".
Who are the real second class citizens today? Father's predominantly pay child support, see their kids the least, and are constantly criticized with demeaning labels.
Two young women who lived in the same house and who both had an infant son came to Solomon for a judgment. One of the women claimed that the other, after accidentally smothering her own son while sleeping, had exchanged the two children to make it appear that the living child was hers. The other woman denied this and so both women claimed to be the mother of the living son and said that the dead boy belonged to the other.
After some deliberation, King Solomon called for a sword to be brought before him. He declared that there was only one fair solution: the live son must be split in two, each woman receiving half of the child. Upon hearing this terrible verdict, the boy's true mother cried out, "Oh Lord, give the baby to her, just don't kill him!" The liar, in her bitter jealousy, exclaimed, "It shall be neither mine nor yours—divide it!"
The king declared the first mother as the true mother, as a true, loving mother would rather surrender her baby to another than hurt him, and gave her the baby. King Solomon's judgment became known throughout all of Israel and was considered an example of profound wisdom.
originally posted by: darkwarrior
a reply to: reldra
Lol unless you've been to all the courts and met all the judges then you're well under qualified to make an assessment on them.
And I knew there was something with you and your posts lol. Salty cuz you got kids and passed opportunities to get your degree lol. Take out a loan and finish your sh£t. Quit making excuses about your life. It's not hard to raise a kid, work, and get a degree. But some members of the human race were trained for under achieving...so it's in their nature to make excuses and under achieve
originally posted by: reldra
He would have said pay up, man up and let that mother raise her children. Can someone give an argument that he wouldn't have said that?