I'm going to pretend I didn't hear that

The feminist perspective just got worse

Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 02-11-03

The article entitled "And now for the feminist perspective", "The 'Fathers Rights Movement' exists to dodge child support" should include the following edited footnote:


Quoting from the Policy Studies Inc (PSI) webpage: "In 1984, three friends who wanted to make a difference joined each other for dinner. Seeing that changes in federal law were about to create a new opportunity to provide child support consulting services to government, they formed a small firm, based on a simple mission: Do socially useful work, have fun, and make money'". \1

Perhaps Kasich experienced a "Freudian slip", or a "cause and effect reversal", or a form of "projection and transference". Perhaps the reason why groups of guys are mad at paying child support is because an irresponsible child support consulting service was founded after eating dinner one night in 1984. I would like to know how Kasich knew they were drinking beer.

PSI is based out of Denver, CO and since 1984, has grown to a $93 million dollar company, operating around the country and abroad. While business has expanded tremendously, the mission remains the same. \1 PSI has offered innovative solutions in privatization, consulting and research, and technology to the federal government, 49 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Canada, and Australia. \2 PSI strives to create an environment which encourages employees to take risks without being penalized for errors. \3

It seems Kasich may be repressing insider knowledge, obtained during his 1982 stint as a member of the House of Representatives, which may be bubbling to the surface concerning PSI involvement in subverting federal laws to the states \4 and cooking the books for county child support agencies. \5

Kasich may allow us to uncover the ways and means by which these outrageous state child support guidelines established by PSI \6 are being fraudulently reported to the House of Representatives by the Institute for Family and Social Responsibility (FASR). \7

Perhaps John Kasich (R-Ohio) \8, Robert Williams (PSI), \9 and Maureen Pirog (FASR) \10 were the three friends eating dinner, and drinking beer, and joining each other that night in 1984, where they hatched a plan to exploit men's children for money. Kasich may have been "neuralized" after refusing to take part in this sinister conspiracy and he is just now starting to remember.

FASR is based out of the University of Indiana at Bloomington (UIB) and is paid by the taxpayers to operate as the clearinghouse for Child Support Enforcement statistics. \11 Recently a porn film was based out of UIB that is paid by the taxpayers to operate as an institution of higher learning. \12 A Nazi loving child molester was once basing his operations out of UIB. \13 How can anyone institute family and social responsibility from this University of treason, decadence, depravity, and the exploitation of children for money and sex?

Beer companies that sponsor FOX Network should pull their endorsement until Kasich apologizes for identifying their product as the common denominator regarding welfare reform and he should be made to answer the question "What did you know, and when did you stop knowing it?"

Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507, gzs@gndzerosrv.com, www.gndzerosrv.com

Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.


\1 About PSI, http://www.policy-studies.com/about/about_intro.htm
\2 Welcome to PSI, http://www.policy-studies.com/default2.htm
\3 PSI Corporate Values, http://www.policy-studies.com/about/about_values.htm
\4 Child Support Project (AB 1058), THE REVIEW OF CALIFORNIA’S STATEWIDE UNIFORM CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINE 2001, reported by Policy Studies Inc. (PSI), http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/programs/cfcc/programs/description/1058study2001.htm
\5 Los Angeles Times, Greg Krikorian, 06-03-01, "County Child Program's Accounting Under Scrutiny by State" Services: Inflated figures could affect funding statewide. A private firm is hired to examine the system, and Los Angeles Times, Greg Krikorian, 01-05-02, "Reformed Child Support System Termed a Success" Services: Glowing report comes on the two-year anniversary of the state agency that collects court-ordered payments, whose amounts doubled on average per case.
\6 Child support guideline data obtained from AllLaw.com and assumes NCP with 0% custody, $4,400/mo net income (Vermont and New Hampshire are not included since you must pay to find out how much you would owe in these states) http://www.alllaw.com/calculators/Childsupport/
\7 US House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means, GREENBOOK, Section 8, CSE, Table 8-2 - Interstate child support guidelines reported by Pirog, Klotz, and Buyers from the Institute of Family and Social Responsibility (FASR), http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/useftp.cgi?IPaddress=, ,
\8 John Kasich, http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,21715,00.html
\9 Robert Williams http://www.policy-studies.com/about/bwilliams.htm
\10 Maureen A. Pirog, http://www.indiana.edu/~speaweb/fcltydir/pirog.html
\11 National Child Support Enforcement Research Clearinghouse, http://www.spea.indiana.edu/ncsea/
\12 The O'Reilly Factor, 12-10-02, 'Dorm Porn', A Student Speaks Out, http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,72770,00.html
\13 FoxNews, Trace Gallagher, 02-07-03, Kinsey Film Contested, http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,77966,00.html