Craigslisters want proof, here it is???? The REAL reason behind the MP group is we are tired of being censored by left wing media and have made a group where you can comment where otherwise you are blocked from “telling it like it is”. See below in RED…
Phil Sydnor · Major Sales at ABC Warehouse Ontario, OhioI don’t know if forced child support is a scam, but I do know it’s very oppressive on one who pays it that would like to move on with their life like the one who receives it! I am not one who is ordered by the Court to pay it, but I am one who’s affected by another who does that I married. I don’t have the time to explain here, would take all day. With that said, I agree child support has become a fraud on the people made possible by corruption in the Courts.Reply · Like · Unfollow Post · 2 seconds ago – You will not see this comment on the MNJ site where it was made, proof enough that I am being CENSORED by Political powers?I think child support should be worked out by BOTH, outside of the Courts UNLESS PUBLIC ASSISTANCE is needed by the spouse who was awarded the children by corruption in the Courts. I believe awarding child support which is usually half of the spouses income who pays it very oppressive and lopsided at best! I know too many who are awarded children who are not hurting like those who have to pay, where’s the SYSTEMS compassion when they give away money every day to people who later become forced on dependence by .gov? – This could take ALL day to hash out, WE THE PEOPLE need to have a meeting of the minds, the CSEA is a HUGE problem for a person who’s been victimized by the Courts and people with money, Attorney’s to fight this are not CHEAP, and why many fall into depression, drugs, and alcohol. This my friends has a name, it’s CALLED OPPRESSION. Why else do you think they want me and this group SILENCED? – THE TRUTH!!!!
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Pattie Thomas · Follow · Top CommenterAnd Larry this is what Robert and I were referring to….the rant above by Peggy. Keep your pants up and a jacket on it. and (And) when that’s to (too) late, go to florida (Florida) blah blah blah. The blame game on the men, crude commenting. See what I mean by negative and nasty? Your wait has ended Robert Eichof.
Real Parents Don’t Use Their Child’s Support as a PaycheckThere are many fathers who go through many obstacles; however, at the end of the day.
He cannot get a decent job because of false accusations.
Yet the court system will not say they made a mistake on this case.
The mother knows in her heart what she did was wrong, but will not own up to her actions.
“The challenges in forgiveness are further constrained by any unhealed wounds of betrayal from past relationships. Moreover, these unhealed wounds can bring on a deleterious narrative about the opposite gender that continues into future relationships compromising their functioning (i.e., adaptive processes). (Chambers & Kravitz 2011) “
The kids are suffering because of these actions.
“Having an involved father has noticeable benefits to children. Fathers are important because they help to teach children values and lessons in solving the problems they may face, and they do so in a way that differs from what mothers contribute. Fathers also serve as role models in their children’s lives that affect how well they relate to peers and adults outside the home and in society.(Franks, 2011)”
A local civil rights organization will not assist him, because he is not a paying member.
He must go, regroup, pray, and do it again tomorrow.
Now, take a look at this father who is forced to live below his expectations and now he is tired.
“Many have asked why these fathers who provide some basic items do not simply pay child support. There are a number of reasons why they do not. Many of the items a father brings to his children are physical support of his efforts to provide for them, despite his dismal economic conditions. In return, the bits and pieces have greater significance, visibility, and permanence than cash payments. Such cash payments often vanish almost instantaneously as bills are paid, they are misused by the custodial parent, or, in the case of children receiving public assistance, they are used to reimburse the government for necessities it has provided the children.(Franks, 2011)”
There are some days he vision his own funeral and seeing his children crying because they never knew their father.
In his original divorce decree it states, “For the best interest of the children”. Because the mother do not want the father to have visitation to the children, so it is for the best interest of the children.
“Approximately two in three divorces are initiated not by the husbands but by the wives, and the children remain living with their mothers in 93 percent of these cases. Encouraged by the government, family courts have consistently taken the stance that if the mother does not want the child to see the father any more, then that must be what is best for the child. Consequently, following divorce or separation, 60 percent of fathers have no further meaningful relationship with their children. These fathers may be walking away and exhibiting negligence, but they are also being pushed out of their children’s lives.(Franks, 2011)”
The mother, like her mother before, and the past generations. They are living the dream by getting government assistance.
“ Many have asked why these fathers who provide some basic items do not simply pay child support. There are a number of reasons why they do not. Many of the items a father brings to his children are physical support of his efforts to provide for them, despite his dismal economic conditions. In return, the bits and pieces have greater significance, visibility, and permanence than cash payments. Such cash payments often vanish almost instantaneously as bills are paid, they are misused by the custodial parent, or, in the case of children receiving public assistance, they are used to reimburse the government for necessities it has provided the children.(Franks, 2011)”
Finally, he is labeled a deadbeat, a failure, and a loser because of other people actions, which is dead wrong!
“African American fathers often are seen as deadbeats due to their lack of economic support in the home, but it would be a bit fairer to say that they are dead broke as well. Seventy percent of the child support debts owed in 2003 were accumulated by men earning $10,000 a year or less. Over 2.5 million nonresident or absentee fathers of poor children are poor themselves, thus making it extremely difficult for them to fulfill the father role as it is currently conceived in U.S. society (Furstenberg and Weiss 2000).”
If his story moves you, then take the time and sign his petition (Below)
He needs the media coverage; therefore, please help.
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