In one of the reviews it says "don't judge him" ..." Baldwin makes a powerful case for re-exaiming divorce and child custody issue's".
It is obvious Alec Baldwin is the poster boy for "poor parental hostility." I do not agree that this particular book makes a powerful case. Baldwin's phone message did that all by itself. It takes two to conceive a baby. There was a time when Baldwin and his now ex-wife loved one another very much. For whatever reason when the two divorced it became extremely ugly.
The person most effected by the "action and reaction" behavior was their daughter. But, this does not excuse Baldwin's actions, allowing him to conveniently turn the situation around like a wounded warrior. We all heard the voice message, and that cannot be changed.
If Baldwin had written the book discussing divorce and custody issues that plague both mothers and fathers in court houses throughout the country because he had experienced first hand how the courts are unfair in their lack of understanding in these matters, I would appauld his efforts.
Writing this book is like placing butane fluid on an already burning fire.
I will put out a cordial invitation for Alec Baldwin to come on my radio show and discuss his book.
The one "he didn't want to write". But, I highly doubt he will accept.
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