Tea Party freshman Rep Joe Walsh (R-IL), who relishes lecturing President Obama and Democrats on fiscal responsibility, owes more than $117,000 in child support to his ex-wife and three children. Despite loaning his own campaign $35,000 — and paying himself back at least $14,200 for the loans — Walsh has claimed he failed to make the payments because he “had no money.”
http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2011/0 … yone-else/
it doesn't matter who you are, your kids are suffering without this support
They are the "Do as I say, not as I do" party.
And yes, it's 2-tier Justice, which means NO justice.
by brittvan224 years ago
This is a little weird saying this, but should I sue my dad beat dad for child support for my baby sister? He is intentionally putting up roadblocks in my Mom's estate case, honestly I think he wants to see what monies...
by realtalk2472 years ago
Owning Your ShameSaigon and Erica / Love and Hip Hop New York Some women never own their shame, blame everyone else, and fail to accept responsibility for their choices. Iyanla VanzantIyanla Vanzant said it boldly...
by stacies296 months ago
I feel that some women are just scorned lovers who are out 4 revenge.
by stacies297 years ago
My fiance' is going through some issues with the mother of his child where he is paying child support but she will not let him see the child unless they are in a relationship and I am out of the picture. She has...
by kathleenkat3 years ago
<snipped - no promotional links in the forums>I, for one, am completely shocked to learn that child support extends well into adulthood in some states. This is a little saddening that an adult can still receive...
by Imani Faith2 years ago
Child support thats not about the child, and takes over half of what a person is making pluse jailNot being able to drive because of a unfair systems with DMV
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