Break my post apart and tear away... and I'll happily review my assumptions...or definitions and give you concrete information in lieu of.
But lets go back and REVIEW our banter, otay...?
Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
All these arguments work the other way too. Life ain't fair. Women clearly know prior to having sex that pregnancy can result, blah blah blah. All the arguments you use can be used in reverse as well; you've just made assumptions and definitions earlier on to support your argument is all.
As I stated much earlier in the thread, these topics are purely philosophical as no real law would ever be passed that would allow fathers to get away without paying for the kid. Thus we are free to explore the topic void of the usual moral quandary which typically accompanies the topic.
MORAL QUANDARY? You are too funny.No...I'm sorry, the arguments don't work the other way. This thread was created to rant about the inequalities, disparities, or lack of rights AKA DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MEN when it comes to what women want to do in case of a pregnancy. They have the legal right to abort...with or without a the father's permission. Should they choose to keep the baby, they can petition the court to mandate that the father pay child support...and other forms of responsibilities such as required visitations and so-forth...DESPITE the father wanting a child or NOT.
That's what this thread is about...legal discrimination against men.
I'm not a Constitutional Attorney or an Attorney General of some state -so I can't argue points of the law that exists to the degree that I can be a change agent. I will never be able to alter Federal and State Supreme Court Decisions. THE REALITY IS: They are what they are. AS A MAN...you are legally bound by them. It's your responsibility to be at least aware of them, if not educate yourself about these laws.
You have the choice to ignore them or abide by them. But ether way - the law will prevail with or without your approval.
IN THE END
NO...you aren't going to reverse anything. If it could be done...we wouldn't be having this debate.
As the country song says, "That's my story and I'm stickin to it!"