Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by CParso, Mar 13, 2006.
That's one way of looking at it. But....I think this is probably just as valid (or invalid, in my honest opinion) as Roe vs. Wade. If the courts are going to allow women to shirk the responsibility for their actions, men should be granted the same "freedom". Equality for all and what-not.
She should have thought about it before accepting. She made em, yet she gets a choice?
As long as the courts continue to hold fathers responsible for children, then men haven't abdicated one damn thing.
I have often thought about this as unfair, but from a different end. What if the girl wants to abort, but the Father wants to raise the child.
Exactly. And since the girl does let the Father raise the child, is she then held finacially accountable?
there is so much unfairness and complexity involved it is maddening. even i cant think of an easy solution.
as a guy, i just figure the only solution is to be really careful where i put my dna. and not to get too graphic, but it obviously safer and kinda fun to shoot it in the safe places. although it can be difficult sometimes to not target the danger zones. and sometimes girls can be scheming. you have to watch them take those BC pills. i even think there is a small chance there is a 5 year old martin jr (i call him MJ) secretly hangin out in baton rouge.
the system is ok the way it is. it just means the fellas have to be super vigilant, and not get one past the goalie on a psycho lady, which of course can be tricky, because they are all psychos.
This is a sure sign that Arrmaggedon is coming.:thumb:
I mean if they open this box where does it end.
If the male wants to rasie the child and the female goes ahead and has an abortion, does the male have the right to file charges on her for murder?
I am not sure about this one, I do see the argument as to why they would like to have it BUT at the same time I can see a ****storm coming out of it also.
Where do you find this stuff?
Is this just some kind of twist to doing homework, or some kind of project?:grin:
Paul Harvey..........good day.