To the editor:
It would be laughable if it weren't so pathetic. Here's this young man (please, don't call him a gentleman) in Michigan who is protesting his legal responsibility to contribute to the support of his soon-to-be-born child.
It would seem that Mr. Dubay must have been present and consenting to his role in the conception of the infant. I doubt very much that he was reluctant to participate, but now that a child, soon to be born, will need his financial support, he isn't man enough to step up to the plate. He acknowledges the baby is his, but says he did not want a child. If he truly did not want to become a father, then he was in the wrong place, since creation of a new life is the very likely outcome of placing one's self in that situation.
One can only conclude that he has never learned that actions have consequences, something every child should learn at an early age. Such irresponsibility is appalling.