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General Issues / Agreed!
« on: Nov 04, 2004, 09:22:14 AM »
While I am not in a position to do so at the moment, others can become active with their local party headquarters. Run for local office.  Sometimes babysteps can lead to better opportunities.

Imo, the first thing that needs to be done is to crack down on "no fault" divorce.  That will slow down the tide of people looking for greener pastures.  The next thing to do is to find a way to throw out corrupt judges and GAL's.  Incompetent attorneys should have their licences revoked.

I understand where you're going, but until we address the real problem in our society, nothing will change.  A country is nothing without family structure, and so the family structure has been systematically destroyed for the last 40 years.  I could write a post so long that your eyes would cross, so I won't.  

Speaking of the eGray Hooker, Free Republic and John and Ken from KFI (am 640) were instrumental in giving that bum the heave ho.  When Davis was running for reelection, I went to a couple of rallies with Free Republic, and my poster mentioned the paternity bill that Davis vetoed.  In Century City, the Secret Service guys were across the street, and were checking out my sign.  They were there protecting the Hilldabeast.

See?  That's what's wrong with our system.  Corrupt politicians who pander to the lowest common denomitor, which would be the Federal Government.  They seize your states tax dollars, then make you dance to their tune.  Want to try and fix that?

I don't want to be negative, but this is a huge task. Anyone who is able to, should try and run for local office in their town.  Quietly make your way up the ladder.  It's all I can think of.

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General Issues / Bump to the top!
« on: Oct 26, 2004, 10:41:01 AM »
I need to take care of this issue, myself.  It stinks to have to hold carwashes to bury your relatives....

I believe that my ex still holds a 200k life insurance policy on me.  

33
Stupid Spanish kids?  OMG.  Oh, don't forget that this person is a "mandatory reporter".  She gets to make false reports to your local CPS.

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You're right.  Of course you have to realize that the psychological testing that parents go through, is designed to keep them away from their kids.

Regarding teachers and their mental capabilities, all the government cares about is whether they can parrot pc bullshit.  I learned more from 5 years of Catholic school, than I did the rest of the 7 years of public school.  Sure, the nuns were scary.  What was really scary is getting my butt kicked on the playground daily for being RC....and the teachers on yard duty not doing anything about it.

This has been going on for a long time.  The story is pointing out just how bad things have gotten, when a teacher actually gets in a fist fight with a parent over a backpack.

If kids are in afterschool activities, the parent needs to be there.  I don't trust these people as far as I can throw them.

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Lol, this article was posted over on Free Republic.  A couple of posters asserted that there had to be a man involved.  As in these two women having some kind of a connection outside of the classroom.  

Too funny.  Why is it that some people automatically assume that when a couple of women get into a fist fight, it's over a man? Hahahaha!

That teacher is nuts.  Maybe the school districts need to start doing psychological testing, because I've run into some real live ones in the last 20 years.

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This is terrible.  What is going on in our schools?  Yes Brent, I agree with the point you're trying to make, however I'm looking at the main point of this story.

There are teachers employed by our public schools that shouldn't be around pets, nevermind innocent children.

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General Issues / Please see a doctor
« on: Oct 24, 2004, 10:06:23 AM »
Get everything checked out.  There's some good advice on the second and third replies.

I spent a year in bed, mostly because of the pbfh across the street.  My resting pulse was 123.  They put me on Prozac to try and lower my pulse rate.  What worked for me was that woman moving.  The bands came off my chest, and within 24 hours my pulse was down.  I'm still not back to normal, whatever that is, but it's an improvement.  

I'm thinking about going back on St. John's Wort.  It helped years ago with panic attacks.  Ask your doctor about it.

The woman will never "get it".  In fact with people like her, it's all a game.  She doesn't care about what's right, she just wants to win at any cost.  Don't let her bury you.

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General Issues / RE: Background check on the opposing attorney?
« on: Oct 24, 2004, 09:14:04 AM »
That is something that I don't know.  Check out MSD's suggestions on post #4.  I was tempted to look up the probate attorney that I'm stuck with, but I just don't have the time.  If I had thought to document everything, I could have at least reported him to the state bar.

I wish you good luck with your custody trial.  I hope your judge sees through any tricks that BM's attorney tries to pull.

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General Issues / Don't plea bargain!
« on: Oct 17, 2004, 10:00:12 AM »
Two weeks later I find myself in domestic voilence court accused of throwing my oldest son against a wall and cursing at him (false). I don't know where this story comes from. but i havent seen my oldest son in over a month. We have had five hearings just on this matter I have lost my job becuse of going to court, we where set for trial then ere was no trial but they said they would dropp the charges if we just go back to standard visitation.I don't agree to that I haven't done anything oh yaeh I am allowed to be around and have the reg visit time with my youngest. What should I do my lawyer doesn't seem to want to take action he seems to want me to give up my rights to equal parenting time. just to have the case over with. I feel like I shouldn't have to give up anything or agree toi less time just because.

If you have time, try and look at the ex's new attorney's past cases.  I'll bet most of them have been leveraged by false abuse complaints.  Your lawyer is not working in your best interests!  Ex is blackmailing you to get back the standard visitation.  Any lawyer who knows what he/she is doing, is going to use that in your favor.  Should use that in court to not only exonorate you, but even get you custody.  Your lawyer is supposed to be working for you, not the other side or the court system.

If you go along with this, it won't drop.  You may even end up in jail with a felony conviction.  I'm not blowing smoke.  Her goal is to strip you of all visitation.   Please check out the articles here dealing with false abuse complaints.  It's not too late for you, but it is for my friend.  His attorney had the same mindset as yours.

Good luck, and don't let them get away with this!

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General Issues / Lol!
« on: Oct 16, 2004, 09:41:46 AM »
At first I didn't realize it was the ad.  I muted the sound on my computer, because I couldn't type with that thing going.  There was no way to click it off, either.

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