Sent: Friday, April 27, 2001 8:10 PM
Subject: (no subject)
Just a thought....women of which I am one have all the advantages. They
can get pregnant and then have an abortion, without any thought for the
child....or they can get pregnant and say you are the father (or not) and
then the state says, you have to pay. What about the child?
They really don't care about the child its just easier keeping the child
off the welfare roles. If we quit giving women pats on the head for
everything they do, we would make them more responsible for their actions.
In other words they can live as immorally as they wish and still come out ahead.
CAPF replied to SDwoman
Subject: When you're right --- it's too simple to ignore!
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2001 5:55 AM
Thanks for writing back. We (Citizens Against Paternity Fraud) are
in complete agreement. This entire issue is not about the best
interest of the children -- it comes down to cold hard CASH.
If you saw the CBS news stories -- nobody ever mentioned that
the entire problem is caused by one, irresponsible person -- the
mother. There is no other crime, that I know of where the victim
is held responsible for the actions of the criminal (for years).
We think that it would be fair to make it mandatory for moms
to tell the TRUTH in all child support cases and be held liable
for fraud, perjury and for fraud against the court. If anyone
cared about the children -- they would allow kid to see the
non-dad while mom gets money from the bio-dad. After all,
the bio-dad should be held responsible, too.
If mom commits fraud against public/private agencies such as
social security -- many have gone to prison and made restitution.
Why should paternity fraud allow moms to operate with a license
to steal? We know that all mothers are NOT dishonest like those
who prey on men for money.
I hope that you wll let others know about my website. I personally,
thank you for being willing to take stand for truth amd honesty.
Carnell Smith Pf.V - Director
Citizens Against Paternity Fraud (CAPF-GA)
Email: Director (at) PaternityFraud.com