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KingChicken Donating Member (814 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-14-05 10:14 AM
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31. Her job, her husbands job plus his support.
Edited on Fri Jan-14-05 10:20 AM by KingChicken
Do you understand what i'm saying here? She has financial support coming in from her family, her husbands job, plus her own job and his support payments, plus his additional financial burden with extra expenses plus at least 50% care time.

Do you relize that the mother is pulling in several times the amount of money that he is?

You are turning my words completely around, she has no more burden for taking care of the child than he does.

I do feel sorry for this guy because he loves his son more than you can imagine, but has to deal with this bittersweat experience because it's causing him to go broke while the mother gets fat.

How can he provide his son with a good environment if he is poor? How can he afford a decent home or car for his child? I remember when he drove around a 20 year old honda to save money so he could at least have something in the bank.

This guy is playing fair, and you are trying to nail him to the cross. This anti-men stance is insane and it's ruining the democrats chances of winning back moderate Americans. I'm just asking you to be rational on this issue, but you are just angry...
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