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Deadbeat parents cost taxpayers $53 billion
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 24238594:MV8yMDQwMDg0XzM0MjkzNDIwXzhBRUU1MkUx] [quote:The Light Under the Door:MV8yMDQwMDg0XzM0MjkzMzU0X0M3OEQxNkJB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 24238594:MV8yMDQwMDg0XzM0MjkzMzQyXzM3RjU4MkNF] [quote:The Light Under the Door:MV8yMDQwMDg0XzM0MjkzMzA3XzIzRjNCMzQ1] [quote:Anonymous Coward 24238594:MV8yMDQwMDg0X0RFMDlEOUJB] http://money.cnn.com/2012/11/05/news/economy/unpaid-child-support/index.html?iid=HP_LN The answer for a win-win-win is this: When any ncp faces a judge, they have the option to enter the state-sponsored job program, tied in with affirmative action laws. This way every company has to hire an ncp if the excuse is 'I can't find work'. This eliminates the financial costs to the kids, the state (a worker pays taxes too) and the poor ncp can remain alive.[b] One minimum-wage job leads to wanting more, and they can then get a better job etc.[/b] [/quote] What world are you living in? [/quote] So you disagree with a solution that addresses the primary cause of missed payments? So what do you propose? More hang-em and eff-them mentality? [/quote] I disagree with your believing that one minimum wage job makes people want more. They're not pringles. Also, I find it a sad sign that so often people think more laws are the solution to everything. [/quote] I agree in sadness over more laws - though in this case it is to address the #1 cause of no payments; the 'I can't find work' line. So leave no possible way to allow that to happen by finding them one through the affirmative action laws already on the books. The mistake most make is 'force' usually leads to one of two outcomes - suicide or jail - all because in a terrible economy the thought of 'force' to make someone pay up is inhuman. The laws are there already to destroy so why not one more to build with? If a ncp can not find work and is in arrears they have lost everything already so more 'force' or 'tougher laws' is NOT the answer. Only hateful cp's want those. Anyone working at a minimum wage job will want to make more - duh. Allowing work to even exist for the ncp is a start over when all else has failed. Money does not grow on trees. It is a start. It allows another option than becoming a criminal and hurting others to pay support. The losers who think any ncp works under the table are the ones who are living in an alternate reality. The above suggestion fixes the problem so everyone wins. [/quote]
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The answer for a win-win-win is this: When any ncp faces a judge, they have the option to enter the state-sponsored job program, tied in with affirmative action laws. This way every company has to hire an ncp if the excuse is 'I can't find work'.
This eliminates the financial costs to the kids, the state (a worker pays taxes too) and the poor ncp can remain alive. One minimum-wage job leads to wanting more, and they can then get a better job etc.
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