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Tue 11th April 2006

Families Commission

Filed under: General — dpex @ 7:49 am

Good heavens.

That was a quick rersponse from the karmic system…or whatever you prefer to name coincidence. From today’s Herald.

Have a look at www.thecouch.org.nz.

Already we have a fresh opportunity to become movers and shakers.

It seems to me that not only can we join in with the information collection system, but we can also work hard at getting ‘our’ issues into the survey mix.

Cheers
David.

2 Responses to “Families Commission”

  1. DAVE L says:

    I have Already subscibed to this site and you can bet as soon as they are taking I will bombard them with all I can about the families, mine included that have been stuffed up by the scum that are at work in and around the family court system.There many others waiting also. Stick it to them friends./

  2. PaulM says:

    I have signed up on the family commission website at http://www.thecouch.org.nz and used the opportunity to have my say about the appalling lack of equal parenting opportunities for men.

    I thoroughly agree that we have to take every little opportunity like this, until we are heard, and I also thoroughly agree with David’s suggestion that
    “all correspondence to any of these parties ‘MUST’ be devoid of angst, emotion, and supposition. They must always be nothing but pure fact. If they are not, then the CYFSterhood and every other interested party will use the slightest diversion from the unadulterated truth to persuade others that we speak other than the truth. Moreover, the media will soon tire and label us as nutters.”

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