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Pro-Abortionists: Why don’t a majority of you support a man’s right to say “My wallet, My choice”?

Posted in Child Support on 14th January 2011

Pro-Abortionists: Why don’t a majority of you support a man’s right to say “My wallet, My choice”?
The common weak responses are:

“It takes two to tango” : Yes it does so why can’t a man legally stop a healthy woman from aborting?

“The fetus is in her body” : Absolutely…Now, My money is in my wallet and MY bank account so why do I have to give it up for child support.

“The child is more the property of the mother than the father” – Bingo. So the majority of the child support should come from her.

“Many girls get abortions cause they know aholes like you won’t give them a dime” : Not a problem 🙂 Just don’t drag me into court and I’m fine with that idea 🙂

“Keep it in your pants if you don’t want to pay child support” : Ok… keep your legs closed if you don’t want to get pregnant.

You guys see where this is going? I NEVER get a clear answer on this question.
MOMO – I tend to like you’re answers but you’re wrong this time. If more women knew that men could cut and run on them at anytime you’re had way less promiscuity and free love than you have today. It’s the truth and everyone knows it. Most single teen moms would’ve been teen moms if there were no such thing as courted ordered child support and welfare.
EDIT: Would NOT have been teen moms
Ruth – By mentioning penury you’re implying that a single mother can’t make it without a man. That’s wrong and actually degrades women as a gender. A women is perfectly capable of supporting herself on her own without financial help from a man.

The feminist phrase of “my body, my choice” should allow a man to disappear on a child conceived with the ‘wrong girl’ whenever he pleases.
Ruth – By mentioning penury you’re implying that a single mother can’t make it without a man. That’s wrong and actually degrades women as a gender. A women is perfectly capable of supporting herself on her own without financial help from a man.

The feminist phrase of “my body, my choice” should allow a man to disappear on a child conceived with the ‘wrong girl’ whenever he pleases.

Best answer(s):

Answer by momo svcks good lollipop
Well I’m not pro-abortion but I’ll answer anyway.

The “threat” of child support actually helps keep birth rates DOWN. If child support is done away with, a lot more abortions and woman on welfare would happen.

When a man has sex with a woman, he has to be prepared for ANY POSSIBLE outcome.

Answer by DRKNOWITAL2
Liberals don’t do well answering paradox’s

Its funny how the man has to pay for the child if the woman decides to keep it, liberals will aways say the man made his choice when he didnt use a condom. well so did the woman

Answer by Report Monkey With Control Issues
I am vehemently pro-choice for both genders
..i could understand making men financially support the women in the 50s..but women work now..it isnt necessary

Answer by ruth
I’m a pro-lifer, but this argument right here is something that Gloria Allred and her ilk will fight til the end of time. Reason? If men have this power over a pregnancy, the pro-life movement will burst open at the seams overnight. Laws will get passed out-lawing abortion and this S. Ct. may uphold them.

Here’s why: You’re talking about taking away the right of a woman to choose motherhood unless she is willing to accept penury. You’re talking about hurting kids. The rule of law is the best interest of the children. Not the man’s pockets and not the woman’s uterus, either. If it comes down to where women’s righters and men’s righters are hurting kids, kids win.

Added: This kind of law would lead to a total break-down of society in a few years. Children are the future of society, not queers.

Answer by Duke Powerhand
I agree, before a child is born, and before it is too late to have an abortion, the male should have the option of “aborting” his responsibility to the fetus. At that point the woman is free to have the child, taking full financial responsibility, or abort.

The Child Care Maze – Making the Right Choice for Your Child

Posted in Child Care on 26th November 2010

The Child Care Maze – Making the Right Choice for Your Child

One of the most challenging times of parenthood is finding the right child care for your little one. This is no easy task and puts many a parent in a stressed-out state. It can also be an extremely expensive endeavor should you go through an agency or paid service.

These days there are three main options for Child Care:

Stay-at-home Mom/Dad
The most obvious is of course one parent staying at home and taking care of your child yourself. This is by far the most rewarding and arguably best option as most people would say that no one can truly substitute for a parent’s care. However, sadly nowadays, this option is becoming less and less viable for the average working family. Thus, we consider our next best options.

Hiring a Nanny / Babysitter
Hiring a Nanny to care for your child is a very popular choice these days. There are many advantages to hiring a nanny such as greater one-to-one care and having your child stay in an environment she is already familiar and comfortable with; your home.

When hiring a Nanny there are many things to consider: Should I hire locally or sponsor one from abroad? Should I hire a nanny to live-in or live-out? Sponsoring a Nanny from abroad usually means the Nanny is more likely to stay with you for the longer term and will typically work for a lower salary. However, hiring locally is often less hassle and allows you to meet the Nanny ahead of time and be sure she is the right one for your family. A live-in nanny will typically cost you less since her accommodation costs are taken into account in her salary though having someone living with your family is a very personal choice and certainly not for everyone.

Daycare
Another popular option is putting your child in the hands of child care professionals at a certified daycare center. The number of daycares in recent years has been growing rapidly, though not fast enough for most parents. The main advantage of a certified daycare center is that your child will be in an environment that is regulated and required to be of certain standards. Your child will also be with a number of other children where she can play and make friends.

An alternative to the traditional daycare center is a home daycare. A home daycare is a smaller daycare typically operated out of someone’s home, often by another mom or dad. Home daycares have some advantages over a daycare center in that they have a smaller number of children in a home-like atmosphere. This often allows children to have a better chance at bonding with each other as well as the child care provider.

Making the “right” choice
Finding the right child care for your child can be a daunting task. As with most things there is no right choice for everyone but there is a right choice for you and your child. Researching all of your options, speaking with other