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Old November 12th 03, 06:09 PM
Chris
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Default "Child Support" money?

Family kourt forces a man to give "child support" cash to the woman. She
uses such proceeds to purchase lottery tickets, alcoholic beverages,
cigarettes, gifts for her lover, and bon bons. How is this "child support"
money?


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Old November 12th 03, 06:43 PM
Gini52
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Default "Child Support" money?

In article [email protected], Chris says...

Family kourt forces a man to give "child support" cash to the woman. She
uses such proceeds to purchase lottery tickets, alcoholic beverages,
cigarettes, gifts for her lover, and bon bons. How is this "child support"
money?

===
It's the "trickle down" effect--You know, "Reaganomics." In the case of middle
income dads, the presumption is that if you give them (CPs) way more than they
need, there is a greater chance that enough will "trickle down" to the kids to
keep them from starving. Note: This does not include CS ordered to low income
dads that does not meet the basic needs of the child or upper income dads who
are not subject to CS guidelines.
===
===



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Old November 12th 03, 10:21 PM
Jon
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Default "Child Support" money?

So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?

FYI. Child support "dollars" can be spent on anything the CP wants,
as long as they have already had to beg, borrow or steal from others to make
up the the deadbeat's share before he decided to pay.


"Gini52" wrote in message
...
In article [email protected], Chris says...

Family kourt forces a man to give "child support" cash to the woman. She
uses such proceeds to purchase lottery tickets, alcoholic beverages,
cigarettes, gifts for her lover, and bon bons. How is this "child

support"
money?

===
It's the "trickle down" effect--You know, "Reaganomics." In the case of

middle
income dads, the presumption is that if you give them (CPs) way more than

they
need, there is a greater chance that enough will "trickle down" to the

kids to
keep them from starving. Note: This does not include CS ordered to low

income
dads that does not meet the basic needs of the child or upper income dads

who
are not subject to CS guidelines.
===
===





  #4  
Old November 12th 03, 11:14 PM
Dave
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Default "Child Support" money?


"Jon" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s01...
So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?


Child support should not be used for anything other than for supporting the
child.

FYI. Child support "dollars" can be spent on anything the CP

wants,
as long as they have already had to beg, borrow or steal from others to

make
up the the deadbeat's share before he decided to pay.


Real nice, labeling all fathers as deadbeats.

With the number of comcast email accounts you are now using and the level of
usenet abuse to this NG it is only a matter of time before your account is
suspended for TOS violation.


"Gini52" wrote in message
...
In article [email protected], Chris says...

Family kourt forces a man to give "child support" cash to the woman.

She
uses such proceeds to purchase lottery tickets, alcoholic beverages,
cigarettes, gifts for her lover, and bon bons. How is this "child

support"
money?

===
It's the "trickle down" effect--You know, "Reaganomics." In the case of

middle
income dads, the presumption is that if you give them (CPs) way more

than
they
need, there is a greater chance that enough will "trickle down" to the

kids to
keep them from starving. Note: This does not include CS ordered to low

income
dads that does not meet the basic needs of the child or upper income

dads
who
are not subject to CS guidelines.
===
===







  #5  
Old November 12th 03, 11:36 PM
Gini52
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Default "Child Support" money?

In article [email protected]_s01, Jon says...

So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?


====
Well, how about if the NCP tells the judge he can't pay that much because he
needs a drink and a lottery ticket?
====

FYI. Child support "dollars" can be spent on anything the CP wants,
as long as they have already had to beg, borrow or steal from others to make
up the the deadbeat's share before he decided to pay.


====
FYI. You are wrong. "Child support dollars can be spent on anything the CP
wants" as long as the children aren't starving. She can squander on time
payments just as easily as late payments.
===
===

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Old November 13th 03, 12:32 AM
Jon
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Default "Child Support" money?

So it abuse to have an opinion different from yours deadbeat?


"Dave" [email protected] wrote in message
...

"Jon" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s01...
So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?


Child support should not be used for anything other than for supporting

the
child.

FYI. Child support "dollars" can be spent on anything the CP

wants,
as long as they have already had to beg, borrow or steal from others to

make
up the the deadbeat's share before he decided to pay.


Real nice, labeling all fathers as deadbeats.

With the number of comcast email accounts you are now using and the level

of
usenet abuse to this NG it is only a matter of time before your account is
suspended for TOS violation.


"Gini52" wrote in message
...
In article [email protected], Chris says...

Family kourt forces a man to give "child support" cash to the woman.

She
uses such proceeds to purchase lottery tickets, alcoholic beverages,
cigarettes, gifts for her lover, and bon bons. How is this "child

support"
money?
===
It's the "trickle down" effect--You know, "Reaganomics." In the case

of
middle
income dads, the presumption is that if you give them (CPs) way more

than
they
need, there is a greater chance that enough will "trickle down" to the

kids to
keep them from starving. Note: This does not include CS ordered to low

income
dads that does not meet the basic needs of the child or upper income

dads
who
are not subject to CS guidelines.
===
===









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Old November 13th 03, 12:38 AM
Cameron Stevens
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Default "Child Support" money?


"Dave" [email protected] wrote in message
...

"Jon" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s01...
So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?


Child support should not be used for anything other than for supporting

the
child.


Supporting the mother *is* supporting the child. I know what you mean but
there's no sane or reasonable way to enforce this.



  #8  
Old November 13th 03, 12:48 AM
The Dave©
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Default "Child Support" money?

Jon wrote:
So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?

FYI. Child support "dollars" can be spent on anything the CP
wants, as long as they have already had to beg, borrow or steal from
others to make up the the deadbeat's share before he decided to pay.


So, you admit that CS is really general income for the CP (read:
mother), and should be taxed accordingly?
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Old November 13th 03, 01:02 AM
Moon Shyne
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Default "Child Support" money?


"Dave" [email protected] wrote in message
...

"Jon" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s01...
So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?


Child support should not be used for anything other than for supporting the
child.


So I use the child support to support the children, and buy my lottery ticket
with my own money.

Now........... how can you tell which dollar was which? They all look the same.


FYI. Child support "dollars" can be spent on anything the CP

wants,
as long as they have already had to beg, borrow or steal from others to

make
up the the deadbeat's share before he decided to pay.


Real nice, labeling all fathers as deadbeats.

With the number of comcast email accounts you are now using and the level of
usenet abuse to this NG it is only a matter of time before your account is
suspended for TOS violation.


"Gini52" wrote in message
...
In article [email protected], Chris says...

Family kourt forces a man to give "child support" cash to the woman.

She
uses such proceeds to purchase lottery tickets, alcoholic beverages,
cigarettes, gifts for her lover, and bon bons. How is this "child

support"
money?
===
It's the "trickle down" effect--You know, "Reaganomics." In the case of

middle
income dads, the presumption is that if you give them (CPs) way more

than
they
need, there is a greater chance that enough will "trickle down" to the

kids to
keep them from starving. Note: This does not include CS ordered to low

income
dads that does not meet the basic needs of the child or upper income

dads
who
are not subject to CS guidelines.
===
===









  #10  
Old November 13th 03, 01:16 AM
Gini52
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Default "Child Support" money?

In article , Cameron Stevens
says...


"Dave" [email protected] wrote in message
...

"Jon" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s01...
So if you receive support you can never buy a lottery ticket or take a
drink?


Child support should not be used for anything other than for supporting

the
child.


Supporting the mother *is* supporting the child. I know what you mean but
there's no sane or reasonable way to enforce this.

=====
Of course there is. Our government requires us to maintain receipts for all tax
deductions for, what--7 years? We call it insane and unreasonable but the
government has no problem requiring us to do it. There is no reason a CP should
not be subject to audit if there is reason to believe CS is being misused. All
she needs to do is keep a shoebox for receipts should there be a question. This
would not apply however, if the amount ordered is in line with the actual
reasonable costs of a child. In that case, there is little room for
"discretionary spending."
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