http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/12/sports/football/12henry.html The NY Times is running a story on former running back Travis Henry who is in and out of jail over child support. He has nine children by nine women, and now he is bankrupt. On top of that he is facing drug charges. I want to make it clear, I do not feel sorry for Travis Henry. After a kid or two, the man should have invested heavily in condoms or porn and lotion. He also should have gotten some financial advice while he had some money instead of gambling on drug running once he was broke. That said, I see no point in keeping a father in jail because "he should have managed his money," or refusing to lower child support payments for a man who can clearly no longer afford to make them. Does the system want Henry to make a financial contribution to his children, or does it just want to punish him for failing to restrain Mr. Happy? If that is the case, the mothers, who were clearly seeing dollars when they slept with him, need some punishment too.