I can't even get anyone here to admit they drive like ****.
On another thread several were saying that often father's are not really the biological parent of the child, and that even though they believed they were -- for years and years -- that the father should never have to pay child support should the marriage end.
Nine years, nine months, nine hours, I'm there for the kid.
Is the other thread here on A2K?
If you had a 9 year old child (and I pick 9 because it's halfway between birth and adulthood) and you for some reason found out that the child was not biologically yours, what would you do?
If you divorced and were ordered to pay child support would you resent it?
I would consider it an injustice.
Quote:Is the other thread here on A2K?
Yes, it's the "child support and politics" thread.
Step into the kid's shoes (and here I'm talking about a normal family with a loving dad) and imagine that your dad walked out the door with a wave and never looked back
How do you think you would have dealt with that?
Do you think you, a child, deserved that?
I just took a look at who the most vocal posters were on that thread.
It's like an orgasmatron for douchebags.
Like I said, the usual suspects.
But I do have one question for you: You'd resist if the judge ordered it but you'd probably continue to support the child if it was up to you? Have I got that right?