Monday, June 20, 2005

I'm sad

and I miss Perry.

9 Comments:

Blogger One man said...

he never hurt anyone

6/20/2005 10:09:00 PM  
Blogger Tom Swanson said...

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. . . eventhough "W" hates it.

How many fathers must die, how many children must be deprived of their parents before someone does something about this. . .
All Perry wanted was equal rights, and equal parenting.
No one in the media paid any attention to our cause even when we burned a flag last month. This could have been avoided, if someone in the "system" would have executed a little juris prudence for once. . .

6/20/2005 11:17:00 PM  
Blogger One man said...

You can't see me cry.

6/20/2005 11:22:00 PM  
Anonymous nonsense said...

he knew what he was doing, and he knew what would happen, he made the choice to have his live taken. plain and simple.

6/21/2005 02:21:00 AM  
Blogger The Geezer said...

Tom, you were probably closest, and your comments are precise.

I am sad that he felt such pain over this. I guess extreme circumstance call for extreme measures.

6/21/2005 06:45:00 AM  
Blogger One man said...

Im still sad. His choice or not. I'm sad.

6/21/2005 08:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So yet another nutball hates-everything ex-dad that made a baby then didn't stick around finally did himself in, or rather got the cops to do it cause he was too gutless to pull the trigger himself.

So if his wish was to deprive his kids of his fatherhood, why did he wait so long, why didnt he off himself 15 years ago and let the kids live that much longer without a screwball father screaming at anything that moved?

I try and understand this guys motives, but finally just figure he was an a-hole that deliberately deprived his kids of child support they probably needed over his own selfish principles. And his descent into more and more screwy behavio r just shows how successful he was at living out his own principles.

Good riddance, its sad, but he could have saved his family the trouble and got this done years ago.

Yes, the law favors the mothers, but is this any reason to be such a coward in the face of adversity? How can this guy be called anything but a crapfest as a father for not paying support?

6/21/2005 10:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to comment to Mr.or Mrs anonymous. I had the oppurtunity to correspond with Perry on several occasions and I think he did his best to bring this issue of parenting and support to the forefront of publicity. I know his actions yesterday were extreme in every sense of the word but I know from experience how your sanity is oushed to the brink dealing with lawyer's court's and government agencies that grind you down time and time again. I myself spent 2 weeks in a psych ward because I too wanted to die after my wife decided she wanted out divorced me and then as a result I was told how much visitation I would get and how much I would pay which drove me into bankruptcy. Who are you to judge this man! He was not the only one who created his children and he didn't leave them she chose to leave the marriage and he was forced by our great Family Court system into limited or no visitation and monthly child support that broke him. He was not a "nutball" he was severly depressed and frustrated as most of us are with this pathetic government system. You must be a woman "Anonymous" with your mis-conceived notions of Perry's problems and what he stood for. Go back to watching Oprah and breeding more hatred toward men.
God Speed Perry...you will be missed but your legacy will live on

6/21/2005 02:08:00 PM  
Blogger One man said...

Yes he will be missed and remembered as a man of action. Not as a cowardly critic to full of fear to actually DO anything, but as someone with the courage to take a bullet for what he believed.

6/21/2005 05:51:00 PM  

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