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Democrats: Shouldn’t you be consistent among different industries?

Posted in Child Care on 17th June 2012

Democrats: Shouldn’t you be consistent among different industries?
Thanks to your destructive health care “reform” legislation………………..

It is now ILLEGAL for health insurance companies to charge women higher premiums than men.

(they used to charge women higher rates because women utilize doctor facilities more frequently, especially during their child-bearing years.)

However…………………in most states, it is perfectly LEGAL to charge men higher rates than women for life insurance and auto insurance.

How can you say insurance discrimination is ok in the life insurance industry, but not the health insurance industry?

Insurance is Insurance is Insurance.
Either insurance discrimination is okay, or it isn’t. You think you can have it both ways, and say
It’s ok if it’s life insurance but not ok if it’s health insurance.

Shouldn’t you be consistent among different industries?

Best answer(s):

Answer by MtoR signing up is easy
Becasue auto insurance is not part paid for by government I guess

Answer by Bad Αss
Most people don’t pay for their own medical insurance. Their employer does. They could care less.

Answer by some guy
See you got it wrong. In libworld, discrimination against a woman or a minority isn’t allowed. Discrimination against a man is the holy grail.

Answer by king jeremy the wicked
it just goes to show the utter hypocrisy of political correctness and social engineering

Answer by Tommy B
Your question is flawed as it hinges on the fallacy that principle exists in the major parties — it clearly doesnt and has not for some time. They are about POWER; nothing more.

Answer by acid victim 25
You’re right.
Insurance is regulated at the state level, and if enough people care about the issue they will work together to make they changes they want.

Answer by Peace through blinding force
If they were consistent in any way about anything they’d be throw out of the party.

Answer by Hale
Yes.
So be it, I declare.

Done.

Answer by TAT
Ahhhh come on, Lois. It is always okay to discriminate against men. The whole plan to is to bankrupt insurance companies. This is just one of the ways they are going to do that. You can’t charge women more at an age they use more health care services so that the insurance companies will take a hit. This is quite transparent.

Answer by water_skipper
Because feminists are a special interest group demanding “equal” rights, but only when it benefits the women. You don’t hear feminists demanding women having to register for the draft, do you?

Different States Calculate Child Support in Different Ways

Posted in Child Support on 4th January 2012

Different States Calculate Child Support in Different Ways

Article by Kristie Brown

Child support can be the biggest bone of contention in any divorce settlement. How many times have you heard people complain about the high rate of support they’re being forced to pay, sometimes to the point where the non-custodial parent can hardly afford to live and make payments at the same time? You may have wondered how the court arrives at the figures for support the way they do, and this article is going to provide you with a general outline of what you might be up against if you, too, end up getting a divorce.

Basic child support rates are set by the state in which you live. In order to write the formula they base support payments on, lawmakers considered:

* The needs of the child. For example, if you have a child with a disability, his or her needs will be vastly different from those of a healthy child. * The lifestyle the child would have been entitled to had the parents not made the decision to divorce.* The amount the non-custodial parent needs to retain in order to support his or her own lifestyle. * Allowing for other children from former relationships the non-custodial parent may be required to support.

Some states base their payments on the income of both parents while others only base them on what the non-custodial parent earns. In the states where only one income is taken into consideration, the parent will be required to pay whatever the court deems equal responsibility for the child irregardless of whether the custodial parent makes a huge income on their own.

No child support agreement is set in stone. Haven’t you heard of people who have exes who are constantly dragging them into court to try and get more support? There are also couples who walk on eggshells around one partner’s ex for fear they’ll do something to trigger a fight for more support. Try to keep your support payments current. If your circumstances change, then it’s prudent to go back to the courts and request that your support payments we lowered. Not making payments will only hurt you.

Child custody issues in case of a divorce are headaches and heartbreaks for everyone involved. The non-custodial parent may feel like he or she is paying for a dead horse if they are seldom allowed to see their children. However, the children are very much alive and deserve your support.

Do you have “mothered” in two different countries?

Posted in Working Mothers on 7th November 2010

question kcal : Do you have “mothered” in two different countries ?
My father spent 4 years in Mexico in the late 60s (13-17 years), because his father got a job transfer there below. I asked my grandmother what it was to raise her 3 sons in another country and then returned to the USA by the end they bring you. Can you please answer a few questions for me? I’m on a school project for a sociology of the family class arbeiten.1. Which two countries have “mothered” in? How long have you been there? How many children do you have and how old they were? 2 Did you learn the language? 3 Do you work? What have you done? 4 Why were you in another country? 5th Was the plan to move there permanently or was it always be a temporary living situation? 6 Do your children go to “American School” (My father did), what kind of school they have to go? 7th Did you find it was hard to keep family traditions to live abroad? 8 Did you pick up new traditions there? *** I would especially women who are 55 and younger are hören.9. What difficulties did you have come to live abroad? 10 Do you think it benefits your children? How so? 11th How did the work has an impact on your relationship with your partner / husband? 12th What kinds of different traditions and have you noticed between your approach to motherhood and the motherhood of locals / nationals? 13th Any other stories and comments are welcome, thank you for taking the time to share your experiences with me! I appreciate it .*** Please include your age, so that I can embed a reference point in my project. Many thanks Best Answer:

response from SQ +2
It’s like an interesting project sounds, I’m sorry you got no answer. I would ask him a general question about raising children in another country and then when all the answers, go into more detail with them. Good Luck!


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