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If men have no say in abortion, why should they have to pay child support?

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Discuss.
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I assume because child-rearing is a joint venture while chile-bearing is more of a solo mission
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I'm sure this is to be targetted more towards prochoice people.

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[quote name='thatlookseasy' timestamp='1343147585' post='1834897']
while chile-bearing is more of a solo mission
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Freudian slip of the day.

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Since when has child support had anything to do with gender?

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Not having a say in abortion sounds like a personal communication problem between you and your partner.
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[quote name='Anybodyhome' timestamp='1343170144' post='1835327']
Not having a say in abortion sounds like a personal communication problem between you and your partner.
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So is child support. It seems like people wringing their hands over this issue should work on being decent people rather than have government regulate what women are allowed to do because they can't handle their own poo.

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What a great argument - government shouldn't regulate a woman's body. Wait, we're not talking about Obamacare?

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As a prolifer...I feel every child should have a father listed on their birth certificate (believe it or not...some women choose to leave it off because it used to be in their best interest in their minds - pre-90s welfare reform). Males are tracked and if they cannot provide x amount of minimum support for the children they procreate, they are forced to work for the state to cover their costs the state is having to pick up. Be it digging ditches, cleaning roadsides, etc.

No more of this crap like Dennis Rodman's dad.

Ridiculous and downright negligent.

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[quote name='thatlookseasy' timestamp='1343147585' post='1834897']
I assume because child-rearing is a joint venture while chile-bearing is more of a solo mission
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welp looks like this thread was dealt with p quickly

gg mens rights activists

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[quote name='g5jamz' timestamp='1343179905' post='1835484']
As a prolifer...I feel every child should have a father listed on their birth certificate (believe it or not...some women choose to leave it off because it used to be in their best interest in their minds - pre-90s welfare reform). Males are tracked and if they cannot provide x amount of minimum support for the children they procreate, they are forced to work for the state to cover their costs the state is having to pick up. Be it digging ditches, cleaning roadsides, etc.

No more of this crap like Dennis Rodman's dad.

Ridiculous and downright negligent.
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I have never heard of leaving the father off the birth certificate because it was in the best interest of the mother for welfare.

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The father shoiuld be involved in every decision made regarding the child starting at conception.

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