I got thrown off by my mini vacation and did not post a what do you think about this question yesterday. This week's is a good one.
Just do me one favor, this man has children and faced a tough time when his wife died so please be respectful with comments, agree or disagree.
Father Who Ditched Nine Kids Via Safe Haven Law Has Twins on the Way
The Nebraska man who abandoned his nine children under the state's Safe Haven law last year is expecting to become the father of twins, FOXNews.com has learned.
Gary Staton, 37, became a single father in February 2007 when his wife, RebelJane, died of a cerebral aneurysm shortly after giving birth to the couple's ninth child. Unable to handle the burden alone, Staton made national news more than a year later on Sept. 24 when he dropped off his children — ages 1 to 17 — at a hospital in Omaha. According to the law at the time, parents could hand children up to age 18 over to state custody without prosecution. Legislators would later amend the law to limit its reach to infants up to 30 days old.
Joanne Manzer — the wife of RebelJane's father, Jack Manzer — told FOXNews.com that Staton informed his children last week that he's expecting to become a father again with his new girlfriend, a woman named Gail.
So, what do you think about this? What are your thoughts on his actions last year? What are your thoughts on having more children after what he did last year? Women are criticized for doing this after losing and/or abandoning their children, is there any difference when it's a man?