men's rights in abortion?

Erica shante550 at
Fri Nov 29 22:30:39 EST 2002

I personally think thatmen should have some type of say so when it
comes to abortion. I know that we endure all the pain and suffeing
but, the baby is still their baby also I felt that we should respect
their opinions and views.
"Pope Dilbert" <Vatican at> wrote in message news:<JRuF9.167685$nB.13732 at sccrnsc03>...
> <michael at thelastchurch.borg> wrote in message
> news:l6scuu43jlg475avl861rlodnsreovg5oj at
> > On Thu, 28 Nov 2002 10:25:14 -0700, Bob <bobx23456 at> wrote:
> > >That's disappointing.  I would like to think that men are more
> > >concerned about our children than that.
> >
> > Yes it is nice to fantasize but first and foremost in the mind of most
> > men is sex.  KIds and puppies are cute and fun to play with.  And
> > If it is in my house I feed them.
> >     But when a woman screws me and then screws me out of my children,
> > Home, car, furniture and packs up pussy to leave, she gives up any
> > right to my protection or money.
> The children, by law, are still yours and still your financial
> responsibility.
> The only unfairness is when, and this is happening to a friend, the mother
> (divorced) is making three times what the father is; the father is below
> poverty level, while the mother makes enough to afford a new car with ease
> .. yet the man still has to pay a large part of his income for support -
> driving him even further into poverty!
> Were they married, the combined incomes would support all three.
> When they're not, her income and his needs are not considered.
> >
> > >. Law in many places does not allow a
> > >mother to waive the "child's" right to have mom take dad's money.
> >
> > The child only has a right to my money and protection if it lives in
> > my house. The law has no business in it. I would go to jail and stay
> > there before I let the law steal my money.
> >
> Merely your opinon, not law ... or even rational.
> You do not absolve yourself of that responsibility merely by getting pissed
> because you may have been screwed.

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