Re: Yeah, this makes sense. Jerk their job and saddle them with mor
Posted by: "Robert Gipson" firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun Dec 23, 2007 4:46 pm (PST)
It's all the same,
Family Court Corruption. I dare to call this the United States of Amrica. It is a government United to destroy Anerica.
Iraq will prevail in unity before Americans unite against this evil government that uses our tax money to destroy our children and good fathers.
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From: John Meyer <email@example.com
Sent: Sunday, December 23, 2007 4:15:49 PM
Subject: [Fathers-4-Justice] Yeah, this makes sense. Jerk their job and saddle them with more debt
Speaking of which, does anybody have links to statistics about license
suspension and repayment of child support debt?http://www.bnd.com/breaking_news/story/
to deny a person the one way they have to repay their debt the ability
to do so. Perfect; since when did McDonalds start hiring people at
$80,000 a year is all I’d like to know.
Given the exponential factor of child support over several months, not
to mention interest and penalties, this is practically screaming “beggar
state”, and a class of homeless people kept out of the ways by which
they can improve them is a security threat to any state. And that sort
of crowd has a tendency to listen to ANYBODY who promises a way out, no
matter how insane or illogical. Does the name Hitler mean anything to
you? Or Stalin? Mao?
Some may say that they should have enough in savings to restore those
licenses in the first place. Besides which, they may argue, maybe they
should have thought about that before buying that new Lamborghini or
Porsche. Ignoring the basest nature of such a verbal slap, the point of
child support is not to punish (at least that’s what they keep telling
me) but to help the children. How does it help to saddle a parent with
debt? What is that going to accomplish?
Besides which, if you look at the statistics of younger people and
investment, you’re not going to find a stellar record in the first place.
You can take a look at that from this article. It’s doubtful that they
have the money in investment to pay that up in the first place. Sure a
few people “miraculously” come up with that money but if it was there
why couldn’t the CSE find it. I’m guessing more than a few took out some
sort of loan from parents and family.
You also have the 5th Amendment implications of this in requiring
somebody to testify against themselves. No guarantee has been made that
this information will not be shared with other states. And given that
there are criminal contempt charges out there, you’re digging the roots
out of those constitutional guarantees.
Illinois seems to be playing catch up with Michigan in a convoluted game
of “how many non custodials can we scream over.” I’m not sure who’s
winning, but I doubt it’s the non custodial parent. Nor the child, for