Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Joe Ureneck for MA District 4 Governors Council

The court system in Massachusetts has had a series of cancers growing in, and around it, which have compromised the courts ability to rule effectively, and do what's truly best for the individuals it issues judgement to/for and instead it appears to be a tool to serve self interests. Because of those interests either political of financial, or if certain individuals want to gain power, and prestige, the court cannot be considered as impartial.

There is a growing number of people, organizations, and groups who understand that there is a problem with the family court system. Fathers frequently get put through the ringer, financially drained, emotionally drained, and to say that they get the short end of the stick when it comes to parental rights would be an understatement.

One of the groups that has emerged in Massachusetts is "The Fatherhood Coalition". The chairman of said group is taking a step beyond

Why I am a candidate
As chairman of The Fatherhood Coalition I monitored nearly every public judicial nomination hearing before the Governor's Council and attended more hearings than many councilors. Nominees routinely are not asked the most important questions - such as how they would handle important issues of law that conflict with the constitutional rights of those who appear before them in court. Nonetheless all are usually approved for life as judges by the council. The disregard of constitutional safeguards must change.
Our courts today do not consider providing 'Justice' their priority but instead consider keeping the court system functioning like a factory conveyor their main purpose. Governor Councilors at judicial nomination hearings often discuss the 'temperament 'of a nominee and the 'quality of justice' in Massachusetts courts. This is not 'justice' but a euphemisms for court management - not whether justice is delivered.

As Governor Councilor I will insist that all judicial nominees place 'Justice' first and foremost as their goal and will vote against those who do not.
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As the chair of the Fatherhood Coalition Joe Ureneck has a great understanding of what parents go through in Massachusetts. He has seen families ripped apart by the courts, and the Department of Children and Families (DCF). Knowing the specific areas of government that are causing the pain, and hardship to children and families allows Joe to specifically target those areas in an effort to remove their power.

Hopefully Joe is part of the beginning of those who have become aware of the massive problems in Massachusetts in regards to children and families. We need more people who are not afraid to step up and push for things such as fathers rights, and shared parenting. A person who isn't controlled by the "feminist" propaganda or by groups/individuals that don't care about the children, but rather lining their own pockets, or worse.

November 4th, 2014 A lot of people don't vote because they don't believe it matters and both parties are essentially the same. In this case, however, the candidate will have the ability to start to dismantle, change, or slow down the corrupt system attacking families.

If you live in Massachusetts District 4, and believe in things such as shared parenting, and removing the courts and administrative  panels from interfering with parenting when they shouldn't be involved then please vote for Joe Ureneck, and help start to fix the Commonwealth and turn it into a beacon of light for other jurisdictions, as well as  hopefully motivate others to look into the details

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