Re: NACSA BOOK OF THE DEAD
- From: "Martin Davies" <mart2306@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 16:16:29 GMT
Martin, I am pleased you agree with the first line at least, but the
other points your made appear to be at a tangent and not relvant to
the points I made. However, I will defend your right to say what you
feel even if I do not agree with it.
As for your question who is stopping fathers from being fathers?, try
the family courts, Cafcass, some mothers and the politicians who
passed the legislation allowing that.
Is it the courts? Or the mothers who refuse to allow access no matter what
To me, the courts, cafcass and politicians are irrelevant to whether access
is actually given. Tools to use when things go wrong, but ultimately
If your ex says you can see the kids, does anyone else get to try and stop
A father is nothing more than a biological parent in name only unless
they are allowed to undertake their parental 'responsibilities' as a
Plenty of them about.
However, do all fathers want to undertake parental 'responsibilities' in
full? You know, taking the kids out, taking kids to
doctors/dentists/appointments. Leaving work to pick child up from school
Having days or weeks off when child is ill. Sorting out childminder.
Cleaning up after the child. And so on.
Come to think of it, not all fathers even live close to where the child
lives - so could be quite some journeys.
This Goverment is concerned only with a fathers wallets.
Possibly because fathers weren't back in the 80s?
A hell of a lot of benefit claims stated there was little or no payment in
child support. Where there was payment, it was often a pittance.
of the politicians should have studied more Oscar Wilde in thier
Ah yes, public schools. Very nice.
Private ones were better, but thats just my opinion.
'He who knows the price of everything knows the value of nothing'
And he who studied Oscar Wilde in school perhaps failed Latin tests.
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