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Rob Layton

You can vote at the link provided, please share this link with other forums.

Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 9:05 AM

While in Antarctica Senator Barnaby Joyce calls for your opinion on EQUAL SHARED PARENTING TIME.
Please go to his website and VOTE.


Do you support equal shared parenting time? In light of the Coalition Government’s proposed changes to the Family Law Act 1975, I would like to hear from you.
The public debate regarding family law reform has, in recent times, centred on equal shared parenting time.

To ensure I have a clear understanding of community expectations of family law reform, your response to the survey question would be very much appreciated.

Thank you again for taking the time to participate in this important community debate.

Senator Barnaby Joyce
The Nationals Senator for Queensland


83% yes so far.
Explaining misandry to a feminist is like explaining "wet" to a fish.


Yes 83% which is consistent with the results of the non-binding referendum vote in Massachussetts a couple of years ago that came out with 85%.

And the excellent progress of the shared parenting bill in the NYS legislature.  That same bill's been shot down many times before.  I sent Glenn Sack's campaign website to my mother who's spending her first winter in Florida this year in a little retirement community filled with snowbird NY'ers.  She then sent it around to an awful lot of pissed off Grandmas and Grandpas who've seen their sons and grandkids get raw deals.

She just got an email response from Glenn Sacks that there've been so many faxes to the Children and Families committee in NY that the fax machines jammed!  Apparently it's been well over 5000!

But back to the 83%.  I think maybe we can expect a lot more politicians latching onto this platform.  I mean, during a time when our country is so incredibly divided politically, finding an issue that garners support from 85% of the popultation is golden.  

Hear that sound?  That's the sound of the pendulum reaching its apex and beginning to swing back.
"To such females, womanhood is more sacrosanct by a thousand times than the Virgin Mary to popes--and motherhood, that degree raised to astronomic power. They have eaten the legend about themselves and believe it; they live it; they require fealty of us all." -- Philip Wylie, Generation of Vipers

Rob Layton

Original Message -------- Subject: The Child Support Agency
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 12:24:51 +0100
From: Paul Summerfield [email protected]

Hi All

My MP for Portsmouth Mrs Sarah McCarthy-Fry has written to me asking my views on what changes need to be made to the Child Support Agency.

Apart from placing an atom bomb deep within the foundations of this building I need to know what coherent view do the men's groups have on what changes need to happen to create something in its place that is fairer to All.

Should all maintence payments be made and paid via the family court so at least the finances of parents are treated on an individual basis,this I feel should be the case but the problem is that the family courts are biased and therefore corrupt which I know from my own bitter experience of family court and the dreaded family solicitor.

MP Sarah McCarthy-Fry is having meetings with Sir David Henshaw who as I'm sure you all know is in charge of the so called complete overhaul of the CSA and Sarah wants your views on the matter so she can express your views while she is in consultation with Sir David Henshaw and the Secretary of State over this matter.

I would personally be interested to know if there is a coherent view on this within the men's groups.

Could you all possibly email your views back to me on this one which I shall pass onto Sarah McCarthy-Fry.

As I sure you all know all personal views on the matter can also be sent to
[email protected] .

Please also could you circulate this email to your forums so as I can get as many replies to pass onto my MP.

Many thanks



Well here in America the plaintiff (mother/wife) as well as the defendant (father/husband) has the right to tell the truth as they see it.

Which often times in cases of divorce are false allegations of Domestic Violence (termed "the Bomb" by family law attorneys) and Child Abuse (termed the "nuclear bomb" by family law attorneys). Currently there are no measures of relief for the defendant.

You have to realize these allegations serve 2 purposes.

1. Limits the defendant's ability (financially) to defend himself. Often times he has to hire two attorneys, criminal and family law, or at least pay increased attorney fees

2. False allegations bolster the mother's case against the father. Limits or often time prevents the father's visitation of the children.

The courts should seek to relive the conditions that make false allegations common place amongst family law courts by setting in place the following.

All cost of defending any criminal cases generated by circumstances that existed during the marriage are of "joint" financial burden. That means those cost would be assumed by both parties during the division of common assets.
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