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Monday, May 21, 2007

Paternity problems

Identical twins in a custody dispute.
It cannot be resolved.
I predicted this years ago.



Patrick said...

This is an interesting conflict in the law versus society. This case says that in the end it should come down to the mother's word who is daddy, but her lawyer has said both brothers should split the bill because they both played. In past rulings, after a DNA test that proved he was not the father, one unfortunate man was forced to assume parental responsibilities anyway because they could not find the real dad. It seems that even as society tries to forego sexual responsibilities, the legal system is keeping with the "if you play, you pay" rules. Now with unmarried parental couples on a dramatic rise it will be interesting to see which changes first society or the law.

Rev. Don Spitz said...

I believe Eric Rudolph is not a terrorist, but an anti-terrorist fighter. Those who have killed babykilling abortionists have done so to protect the innocent. People use force everyday to protect the innocent and no one has a problem with it, except when it comes to protecting unborn human beings, then they go ballistic. It's very simple, the unborn deserve the same protection as the born. Born people are protected with force quite often. Force that you would be glad if it was to protect your children against a murderer. Force that you yourself might use to protect your own children from being murdered. The unborn deserve the same protection.
SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life.