Gov. Rick Scott vetoes alimony bill, cites potential harm to children | Miami Herald

is-florida-s-governor-scott-making-alimony-reform-political-again1In vetoing family law bill, governor emphasizes child-custody sharing clause and putting needs of children first

Thousands of people submitted comments on both sides of divorce reform…here’s one of our favorite comments

R. Michael Brown originally shared to Guys With Kids (Important Discussion):

Florida Gov. Rick Scott and supporters of vetoing the alimony bill presume that women are better parents than men – across the board.

Ask the police, ask the jail/prison guards, and ask me – we’ve all witnesses and testified about unfit mothers that are on drugs; live by violence, dishonesty, and/or stealing; or plunk their kids in front of TV and video games 24 hours a day and the fathers are good men that don’t do any of the above – yet the men are denied at least 50% custody.

The presumption that women are better at parenting just because of their gender in the year 2016 is delusional.

Yeah – children first Governor Scott.

The judges and family court system is so corrupt and don’t give a flip about what really goes on in a household so they can’t possible know what’s in the best interest of a child.

The presumption should be that BOTH parents are capable for 50/50 custody and then the judge-family court system should have to PROVE which parent is not qualified or capable of 50% custody.

Gov. Rick Scott, speaks at the AP Florida Legislative Planning Session, October 14, 2015.

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