04-21-2017, 03:06 AM
This is the problem with our courts, purely subjective cases such as this, should be thrown out rather than humored by judges. At least on the face of it, Jones' children are not being abused or neglected by him, and his ex-wife seems to be loosing case after case, so much so that her attorneys apparently get fed up with her. So here we have yet another baseless case being entertained by a judge--do they not already have enough legitimate cases to preside over?
The premise of the case is that because he lives, breathes and sleeps his work he is a bad father to his children; because he is outrageous and opinionated he is a dangerous and felonious; because he wears his emotions on his sleeve and airs his anger and defensiveness in public he is an unstable presence to his children; a U.S. President can puff and just not inhale, yet should he do so (where it's legal mind you and away from his children), he becomes nefarious and unworthy of full-time fatherhood?
AJ has been doing the same thing for over 20-years and now suddenly it is a serious concern for her, she knew what she was getting into. Certainly, AJ is a pompous blowhard, know-it-all, but this makes one not a bad parent--just perhaps unbearable or unattractive to others.