June 13, 2009

Occasional dad doing wrong?

Nick S Says:

June 9th, 2009 at 10:29 am
" Not long ago, a deranged Melbourne man threw his daughter off a bridge, killing her. Anti-father activists immediately seized on the tragedy to claim that the shared parenting law places children in the nefarious clutches of brutal dads."

Because the odd father is a psycho, this means that most fathers should have less contact with their children. It makes perfect sense to me. I can't see what the problem is.

Nick, Nick, Nick......

You must be under a rock or something dude....Do you not read the papers or watch tv news? Hundreds of thousands of stories of bad dads - dads killing the whole family and then themselves, dads abusing kids, dads abusing moms, dads comitting many many wrongs. Close your bb (bad breath) mouth, read a paper or watch some tv news, and then brush those stank teeth and then you can speak.

Not to be nasty or anything ya kno dude, but dang think before you speak. You might ctually appear intelligent.


Cold North Wind said...

"The odd dad" ??? Not only is the staement just plain incorrect- but- it follows,then, that this Nick person feels that the odd child murder here and there- doesn't matter. So- if a man throws YOUR child off a bridge- no matter- it's only a "now and then" occurrence -
Some sick,twisted crap going on in some people's minds - -

Cold North Wind said...

Further- it is NOT that the "odd" father now and then murders his own child- it is OFTEN and a LOT - read or listen to the news. These types are not all psycho- they feel entitled- automatic sharing parenting is plain dumb.Especially as it is almost NEVER shared -BEFORE a divorce- - -
Forced shared parenting when there are allegations of any kind of violence and/or other abuse-is- reprehensible.