BTW, that last post was not an insult. The quote, "Are you still beating your wife?" is a commonly known example of a loaded question -- a logical fallacy; -- the facts are presupposed by the question. Forgive me if you were not aware of that; my apology if you thought I was offering that quote as an insult.
Hopefully you will be able to use this information. It might even qualify as being something of "intellectual merit".
“When buying and selling are controlled by legislation, the first things to be bought and sold are legislators.” - P. J. O’Rourke
“Socialism is great until you run out of someone elses money” Margaret Thatcher
I disagree about the morality issue - hell yes morality has a consideration - how moral is it to further stress out a woman in labor who already is physically and emotionally stressed.
For whatever her reasons are - he is upsetting to her. They broke up. Why is it so odd that after breaking up she would not want him seeing her at her most physically and emotionally vulnerable?
There are many issues of "unfairness" towards the father in law ---this will never ever be one of them.
But it is very easily solved from a legal standpoint. It is blatantly obvious he has not legal right to be here.
Last edited by year2late; 03-19-14 at 08:23 AM.