Do You Feel Its Time For Child Support Reform? Do You Feel The System Is Bias?

  1. DonLeo profile image61
    DonLeoposted 7 years ago

    Do You Feel Its Time For Child Support Reform? Do You Feel The System Is Bias?

    If you feel that the child support system is being abused, If you feel its being used as a tool to wreck havoc in someone life, if your fed up of hearing stories or have a family member suffering or you yourself are a victim of this abusive and bias system. Share your story with me. Spread the word! Encourage others to come and share there story with me as well because as one man Im nothing but together we are strong, we are powerful and together we will see change. I can not allow this to go on any longer. The time is now to FIGHT BACK!

  2. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 7 years ago

    There should be NO child support required from any man -- single, married, formerly married -- unless the mother can produce a legal document signed by the man that he agrees with the woman's decision to have the child instead of aborting it.

    The final decision whether to have a child or to abort it is always the woman's decision.  (At least in an enlightened non-christian, non-muslim societies.)

    Furthermore, if the woman goes ahead and has the child without the man's agreement, not only should she not get child support from the man, but she should also not get it from the state (or national) government.  NO AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN (ADC).

    If ADC is allowed, a condition to receive it should be SPAYING.

    Enough is enough of these bimbos with their "need to breed" having litters with no thought of consequences.

    And scrw all you conservative religious wackos and liberal whiners if you don't agree.

  3. abu-murad profile image57
    abu-muradposted 5 years ago

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