Shocking new US minority: children living in households without federal aid

I often read stories which claim the U.S. economy is on its way back. However, the Dow Jones is not a true indicator of what’s happening down on Main Street.

Wages for Americans are still depressed and our workforce participation rate remains at a catastrophic almost 36-year low. The ruse of printing money and artificially keeping interest rates low can’t hide the truth forever — we no longer have a free market/free enterprise economy. We are entering the era of a government-driven economy.

And there’s another disconcerting aspect of our economy — the expansion of the welfare nanny-state and the dependency society, which is becoming generationally entrenched.

As CNS News writes, “The Census Bureau reported in a study released this week that 65 percent of American children lived in households taking aid from one or more federal program as of the fall of 2011. “Almost two-thirds (65 percent) of children,” said the Census Bureau, “lived in households that participated in at least one or more of the following government aid programs: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Medicaid, and the National School Lunch Program.”

Now, I could be happier if this statistic included kids attending college who were receiving some type of financial aid — but then again, how much debt will they accumulate in an economy where they’re struggling to find a good paying job?

My concern is that the “new normal” seems to be that the temporary safety net is becoming a permanent hammock for subsequent generations. What are we teaching kids who grow up in government housing on government assistance?

And trust me, I lived in the inner city and back in the day, we black kids who lived in single-family homes kinda considered ourselves on a different scale. We watched our parents — notice I said “parents” — head off to work and at the dinner table tell us about what happened at work, while we told them about what happened at school. I remember the pride that swelled in my chest when Mom and Dad purchased their new cars with cash (of course they were old school and bought Lincolns – which actually are cool again).

Now, imagine the impact that had on us as their sons, as well as our extended family who grew up around Buck and Snooks. I grew up in the time of “layaway.” Kids in the inner city today are growing up in the time of “EBT.”

But perhaps most disturbing is the rapid rise of this dependency. As CNS News reports, “In 2003, according to the Census Bureau, there were a total of 72,658,000 children 17 and under in the United States, and 40,337,000 of these children — or 56 percent — lived in households receiving aid from one of more of these programs. That included 30,023,000 children in the National School Lunch Program, 18,175,000 in households on Medicaid, 8,287,000 in households on food stamps, 4,808,000 in households on WIC, and 2,347,000 in households on TANF.

By 2011, there were 74,294,000 children 17 and under and 47,939,000 of these children — or 65 percent — lived in households receiving aid from one or more of these programs. That included 34,959,000 in the National School Lunch Program; 26,350,000 in households on Medicaid; 17,321,000 in households on food stamps; 6,350,000 in households on WIC; and 2,279,000 in households on TANF.”

So what is the ensuing result –and consequence – of having a minority of children living in households that have never taken federal assistance? In the future, they will be among a minority of adults. We will have established a permanent American dependency society – as opposed to that which makes American exceptional, the opportunity society.

Next year will be the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s Great Society –the ramifications of which I address in my book Guardian of the Republic. I believe that if we do a hard analysis of the “War on Poverty” and this progressive socialist big government policy response, we’ll see it clearly as an abject failure and one of primary victims — the family.

The statistics show that as marriages dissolve, poverty rises.

CNS News says, “As recently as 1970, according to the Census Bureau, 85.2 percent of American children were living with two parents. Of the 74,294,000 children 17 and under in the United States in the fall of 2011, 50,442,000 — or 68 percent — were living with two parents. However, 3,760,000 of those children were living with two parents who were not married, leaving only 46,682,000 children — or 63 percent — living with two married parents.

“The economic status of children living with cohabitating parents more closely resembled single-parent families,” the study said. After children living with a single parent, they were the most likely to be in poverty. Among children living with one parent, 40.9 percent were in poverty. Among children living with two unmarried parents, 37.3 percent were in poverty. And among children living with a guardian (including a grandparent or another relative), 29.8 percent were in poverty. But among children living with two married parents, only 14.0 percent were in poverty.”

The real conversation needed in America — the one Al Sharpton and the progressive left don’t want to have — heck, they don’t want you to know about — is the cultural issue of the breakdown of the American family, particularly the black American family.

And when I talk about the American family, I mean the traditional family of one man, a dad, and one woman, a mom, not Spouse 1 and Spouse 2. The progressive socialist march towards the redefinition of the American family has meant the decimation of traditional marriage and the horrific consequence will be meted out on the future generations of Americans.

And sadly, this issue has a direct relation to the case of Michael Brown, about which no one is allowed to speak, because it doesn’t fit the narrative.

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Bonnie McCollett
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In Maine our governor is trying to have picture ID’s put on EBT cards to cut down on fraud and the sale of these cards which is a huge problem in this country, but Obama stepped in and threatened to cut off food stamps to the state all together if we did it.

Cherry
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Then the Governor should turn down the federal money. With less available funds to dispense, tighter controls can be established including picture EBT cards.

Uncle Ruckus
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please provide evidence of your claim…thanks

Andy Martin
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Take a course in logic dem-phuk.

Uncle Ruckus
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Logic? Asking someone to provide evidence of their claims??

Bonnie McCollett
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I’m sorry, sometimes I assume people are intelligent enough to do something as simple as “Google” Maine EBT cards

Andy Martin
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Uncle Sukazz here will always demand of others what he himself will never provide.

Andy Martin
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Refute the claims. It goes both ways race pimp.

Uncle Ruckus
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Refute what claim….she said OBAMA would strip her state from food stamps if they approved photo’s on the food stamp card…..yet provided NO EVIDENCE!!….nothing to refute

Andy Martin
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Past practice ape lover! If anyone does ANYTHING The Great Ape dislikes, he sends his race Nazi Holder in to deal with it. Look it up starting with the BP’s in Philly.

Uncle Ruckus
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I will have to ignore you….u are truly a RACIST behind a keyboard….I know u don’t have the courage to call a black man a APE to his face!

Andy Martin
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You don’t think so punk? Tell ya what uncle sukazz, YOU get in my face and see how it goes.

Rafael X
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“And sadly, this issue has a direct relation to the case of Michael Brown”

How does that sea of statistics directly relates to the death of MB. The author does not make the demonstration. Only drowns the reader under a pile of numbers without ever establishing causal relationship with his oversimplified conclusion.

” Inductive arguments lack deductive validity and must therefore be asserted or denied in the premises.”

Andy Martin
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Hey pimp, lemme guess. You and your ‘son’ are on aid and have been for years and you think that’s beneficial. You sound like a junkie who justifies his habit.

Rafael X
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You sound like you are running out of insults.

Andy Martin
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Where was the insult? Did I hit yet another nerve?

Rafael X
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Unless it’s in the wall in front of you.

Andy Martin
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YOU’RE that wall punk. You and your kid on aid?

Heartland Patriot
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And just how far up Karl Marx’ rotted backside is your cranium? I bet its so far up there, you can see daylight between his decaying teeth.

Rafael X
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“An ad hominem (Latin for “to the man” or “to the person”), short for argumentum ad hominem, means responding to arguments by attacking a person’s character, rather than to the content of their arguments.” And quite childish.

Andy Martin
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Suk LBJ’s great society knob welfare pimp. How’s that for ad hominem ?

Rafael X
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Lame.

Andy Martin
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Yes you are! So how much do you and the kid rake in every year?

pepjrp
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It is obvious to most other than the denial crowd. If MB came from a good family, then perhaps he would have been such an angry and violent person. It concluded, hook line and sinker. Why do you bring your hate to here? All the far-left loony sites are begging for you.

Rafael X
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“then perhaps” does not make a direct relation. What’s wrong can’t sustain the test of critical thinking?

Andy Martin
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A welfare pimp who calls someone out for critical thinking skills. That’s funny.

Rafael X
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Takes a ho to stalk a pimp.

Andy Martin
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You poor punk. You gonna cry because I slap you around for your moronic posts? Get used to it welfare pimp. Call yo mammy to protect yo azz.

Rafael X
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Slap me around? All you do is jerk yourself off.

Andy Martin
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No need to project Ruffy. Oh and your kid does that for me.

Camotim
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I am an old poverty pimp. I was one of those who had to tell people like Ruffy how to fill out the welfare applications. They still havent got over that they have to do more than show up at te welfare office and say, look at skin, give me money.

Andy Martin
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Old habits die hard for some. Pimps like Ruffy look at LBJ as their great savior as they teach their kids the same lifestyle.

David Castillo
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2/3 of children in households on gov’t assistance. Man how does the country recover from that. My opinion is the country is unfixable it comes down to who can muscle in and take over after everything crashes.

Rafael X
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That’s how many warplanes?

David Castillo
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What does warplanes have to do with the tragedy of families having depend on gov’t for assistance and a country going past the point of no return on its debt. Military machinery is the federal govt job not giving out hand outs that are used to pay people to stay down and not get up and provide for themselves.

Rafael X
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The price to society is what warplanes have to do with this. Plenty of warplanes stay down and don’t get up. We don’t have a problem paying for them.

Camotim
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And you dont have a problem abusing the freedom they give you.

David Castillo
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Warplanes are a necessity and yes I don’t mind paying for them. I don’t like having to pay for welfare benefits that don’t help but destroy poor families.

Jay Kenney
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You would rather that American children starve. That Includes White children as well. Are you aware that your Republican congress, as a part of the Omnibus Bill, appropriated 5.1 BILLION dollars to the military for weapons systems that the military DIDN’T want? Gee, I wonder to whom’s bidding those Congressmen and Senators were actually voting.

Bet you think you are a “good” Christian, too. How about donating to a food bank. “Tis the season.

Camotim
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You really need to stop watching MSNBC and reading tinkle progress. BTW, these military weapon systems create jobs. Oh damn its racist to ask someone who cant pull up his pants to work.

Jay Kenney
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THAT’S your rationale for spending 5.1 billion dollars of my and your tax dollars on weapon systems the Pentagon DOES NOT WANT? And you West lemmings are the first to complain that liberals waste money? WAKE UP AND SMELL THE LEMONS!

Camotim
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1–The civllians appointed by the POS named obama, and the military who afraid of loosing their pensions if the disagree wit the POS named obama, who wants defense cuts to the bone to destroy this country, are saying. I do not trust any civillian appointed by obama; in fact, i think they all belong in jail or at leasts stripped of their right to vote, drive, own firearms, do business with the federal government, Its obama, not the generals and admirals, who do not want these additions to our defense capacity. 2–Ever heard of high-paying jobs in the defense sector.… Read more »
Jay Kenney
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You’ve got to be kidding. Look up, “Osprey.” The Marines NEVER wanted it. Next to a helicopter, it is the most it is the most dangerous military a/c in the inventory. Lame.

David Castillo
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I believe in taking care of my fellow man regardless of race I don’t want to see anyone starve. I personally give away money and time to those in need without looking for anything in return so don’t be calling me a “good Christian” and tell me to donate to a food bank. I have nothing to prove to you. Yes I strive to be a good Christian but that’s between me and God. When it comes to the weapon systems that the pentagon doesn’t want was it political appointees or left wing generals that where told to repeat the… Read more »
Rafael X
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Feeding children is also a necessity. And what’s the alternative for people who need those benefits? And how exactly do they destroy poor families.

Camotim
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Maybe if the hood rats kept their zippers closed we wouldnt have so many children to feed.

Andy Martin
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I’m not surprised to find your ignorant azz applauding generational welfare. You stupid slob.

Rafael X
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I’m not sure that even exists, everyone is talking about it no one ever made the demonstration.

Andy Martin
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That what exists? Generational welfare? You dumb-phuk.

David Castillo
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My opinion is assistance should be dealt with at the state and local level in conjunction with charities and churches. Programs should be geared towards helping people get back on there feet and give them necessary job training skills. I am a mailman I sadly see it everyday people who just sit there and do nothing but wait for me to bring them checks and paperwork from the welfare office. It breaks my heart to see a human being just willfully throw there lives away. I make it a point to talk to the kids on my route and try… Read more »
Jay Kenney
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That’s the Libertarian position.

Uncle Ruckus
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I agree…lets start with job training to help people get off of welfare. When I worked in the Missouri Department of Family Services back in the 90’s they had a program called the FUTURES PROGRAM that removed all the obstacles that prevented people from going to work. We provided childcare, transportation and job training and I help hundreds get off of wefare!

Sad to say that those that want to CUT FUNDS for job training and head start just keeps people ON WELFARE. DON’T COMPLAIN about it when your CUTS make sure that people REMAIN ON WELFARE!

Andy Martin
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Where the hell have YOU been? Look up the WIA program. It’s been around for decades and NO ONE has ever cut it. It provides up to $10,000 for training that you can get in conjunction with your welfare stipend or you UI. So get your facts straight before you start with the crap about cuts that AREN’T taking place. Welfare-to-work was started by Republican Tommy Thompson in Wisconsin and WIA was the fed version Clinton enacted which was voted for by a Republican Congress. You get your training and your welfare for a two year period. $10,000 can get… Read more »
Uncle Ruckus
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And more bs

Andy Martin
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And suck on this, ape…………. The Good News About Welfare Reform: Wisconsin’s … http://www.heritage.org/…/hl593nbsp-the-good-news... The Heritage Foundation Mar 6, 1997 – The real star of welfare reform today is Governor Tommy Thompson, … I applaud Bill for the work and the leadership he has given America … —————————————————————————– WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Patty Murray (D-WA), Johnny Isakson (R-GA), Tom Harkin (D-IA), and Lamar Alexander (R-TN) applauded the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee vote to pass reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). The bill passed through the committee by a 18-3 vote, and will now… Read more »
Andy Martin
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LOL you friggin’ moron. Get yer head out of yer stupid azz and read it punk. You apes are always looking for an excuse to be lazy scum Northern Illinois Workforce Alliance PROVIDER CERTIFICATION POLICIES and INDIVIDUAL TRAINING ACCOUNT (ITA) POLICIES Adopted 10/3/00 ITA Policy 8.a. Appeals Process–Adopted 1/9/01 Policy Regarding Individual Courses Submitted for WIA Funding–Adopted 1/9/01 Amendment to Item 6. of Policy Regarding Individual Courses Submitted for WIA Funding– Adopted 3/6/01 ITA Cap Policy–Adopted 7/3/01 Modification to Provider Certification Policies, Item 2. – Adopted 5/7/02 ITA Cap Policy Modified–10/7/03 Amendment to II.2, policy regarding the application of financial… Read more »
Bonnie McCollett
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We provide the same in fact most states do…it doesn’t work unless theirs a time limit.

Uncle Ruckus
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There is a time limit

Rafael X
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Sure but how? What exactly would local government and churches deal with this issue better? Lot of countries do just that and they are called “third world”.

David Castillo
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Last time I checked the feds weren’t doing such a great job. Local level probably couldn’t do a worse job if they tried. These DC politicians use welfare to gain power by buying votes not to help people. Local groups and churches actually know the people there helping and what they need. Third world countries aren’t poor due to lack of programs but bad and tyrannical leadership that setup economic systems that only benefit them.

Rafael X
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In other words what is supposed to be the social safety net end up being their personal fortunes. Poor people everywhere need the same things. Roof on their heads clothes on their backs food on the table. How does “local expertise” benefit them. Only benefit I see is to those local politicians abusing that new power.

David Castillo
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You can never totally get rid of corruption. The best way I see is local transparent govt directly responsible to the people. Not some Washington politician or bureaucrat who lives in an ivory tower. DC is a cesspool full corrupt politicians in both parties from the president at the top to bureaucrats at the bottom. I use to work for one of those 3 letter agencies the corruption is astounding that’s why I said this country isn’t fixable.

Andy Martin
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Really stupid? And how many third world countries have you been in that are as charitable and philanthropic as we are?

Total charitable contributions by individuals, corporations, and foundations was an estimated $298.42 billion in 2011, up 4 percent in current dollars and 0.9 percent in inflation-adjusted dollars from a revised total of $286.91 billion in 2010, according to a report from the Giving USA Foundation and the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.

Rafael X
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And we still need welfare and social security?

Andy Martin
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Who says we need welfare? People pay into SS pimp. Just because LBJ made blacks slaves again via welfare doesn’t mean we need it.

Rafael X
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Not just black people on welfare.

Andy Martin
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LBJ never got the memo then…………….

LBJ: I’ll have those niggers voting Democratic for the next …

libertyalliance.com/lbj-ill-niggers-voting-democratic-next-200-years/

Mar 20, 2014 – LBJ: I’ll have those niggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years. On March 20, 1854 the Republican Party was established in Ripon, …

Rafael X
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Get over the sixties.

Andy Martin
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Says the prolapsed @nuz who constantly butchers MLK’s legacy.
What’s wrong Ruffy? Does it upset you to see your lib heroes quotes?

Patty
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The war on poverty is really the war on America and we are all losing. When a SNAP customer is at the store the cashier should say “you cost hard working Americans $107” today same for Medicaid patients when they pick up their “free” meds at the pharmacy. Welfare has bankrupted the USA of money and values. There are almost no politicians with the courage to touch the issue effectively

Uncle Ruckus
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Sorry…welfare 54 billion…..corporate welfare 94 billion….

Andy Martin
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Hey poverty pimp. Corporations provide jobs and get tax breaks just like you do. Your welfare queens don’t provide jobs.

Uncle Ruckus
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Corporations have BILLIONS in profits where they don’t need tax payer funding to subsidize them….sorry RACIST!

Camotim
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another lieberal–so open minded that his brains fell out

Uncle Ruckus
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another idiot that cannot answer the question

Andy Martin
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Then why didn’t the half breed POS POTUS deal with it when he had both houses?

Patty
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All welfare is wrong including corporate welfare. Corporations don’t need handouts either. We also don’t need to build football and baseball stadiums with tax dollars. Mitt Romney was right about Big Bird too, Sesame Street can make plenty of money in the private sector like Dora the Explorer

Uncle Ruckus
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But yet you don’t see people like Allen west complaining about the corporate welfare…that doesn’t get him anything!

Andy Martin
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Your POS POTUS could have stopped that when he had a supermajority. Why didn’t he? Oh and remember that tax breaks aren’t welfare………….unless you’re on welfare too via your breaks.

Pam
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Troll are to stay under bridges.

Uncle Ruckus
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And idiots should remain silent

Camotim
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then why r/u posting

Andy Martin
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Then shut your phukkin mouth.

Pam
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Wow , never thought I would hear you admit it, hehe

Uncle Ruckus
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admit that you are an idiot??? Thats not difficult!

Andy Martin
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Give it a rest welfare queen.

Pam
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Trolls are do funny! Twisted little bitter people that want to make everyone like them.

Uncle Ruckus
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You just described this blog. Allen feels that every person in the world should act like a conservative. He ignores different cultures and traditions!! You hit the nail on the head with this one Pam!~!!

Camotim
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do you mean cultures where woman who are raped are then killed to restore family honor which never existed?

Uncle Ruckus
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Oh…u mean those countries that AMERICA SUPPORT like Saudi ARbia?

Andy Martin
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Libscum has screwed this nation. Take a bow scumbag.

Uncle Ruckus
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Nation is doing much better than it was in 2008….THANKS OBAMA!!

Andy Martin
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Really ape luver? Lower wages, no benefits, more people on welfare…….BUT WS is doing GREAT! Obama looked out for the rich you dumb punk!

Uncle Ruckus
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sorry but I ignore RACIST!! You are a RACIST and is a disgrace to this nation!!

Camotim
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We shall in the future not teach our children about the dangers of repeated prevarication by reading the fable of the “Boy Who Cried Wolf” we shall insted tell them the true story of the racist who said everyone else was a racist.

Andy Martin
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Refute my claims animal humper.

Andy Martin
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Suck that ape kok punk.

Uncle Ruckus
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You are a disgusting racist!

Andy Martin
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Don’t talk with you mouth full of ape.

Pam
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What made this country great was it had the ability to be a great melting pot. That my dear little troll means not a nation of divided cultures or traditions. This nation became great because it was founded on Christian principles and most settlers were Christian based. They came here and left their old lives and countries behind to become Americans with a common goal. In not enforcing immigration laws and having no borders we have taken the highway to hell and we are reaping what has been sown. That has been the downfall of Europe. We have to come… Read more »
MotherBatherick
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Thanks to obama and Leftist Liberal Progressives, the country has seen a surge in hammocks, handouts, ho’s and more women like Shirley Q Liquor asking themselves “who is my baby daddy?”.

lokiswife
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For many people today, the aid programs are the only way they can make ends meet. Remember those people who had full-time jobs until their employers learned that under Obamacare, they didn’t have to provide medical insurance for employees working 30 hours a week or less?. Bingo! Many people took a 25% or more wage cut and lost their insurance. If you are working a low paying job, how do you survive? How do you keep food on the table and a roof over your head? Another group who got hit hard are older retirees who had bank CDs for… Read more »
Republic
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How is the problem fixed (massive welfare)? First thing’s first. Vote for the Dream of ’16, or you’re dead in the water. A nice first step is to make the right voting decision.

In order to avoid the mediocrity that will be brought forward, support AmericaIdea for the only GOP 2016 Dream Candidate.

Alisha Lybolt Bolyard
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Alisha Lybolt Bolyard
You know, it’s sad. I see the statistics and you’re right, they are awfully high. But the truth of the matter is, instead of punishing single parents- which in turn, punishes their children, why not help them find better housing or better jobs so they can adequately care for their growing families? Why not push the lawmakers into doing something about the ever-growing cost of living, or getting rid of the new policy of forcing people into healthcare coverages that they already cannot afford? Since gas prices were on the rise, the cost of living has skyrocketed. It’s not easy… Read more »
MotherBatherick
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While I agree with some of what you are saying, keep in-mind that as costs rise, obama and his regime have devalued our dollar by printing more money. Our dollar isn’t worth as much anymore because of that. In other words, a dollar is no longer worth a dollar and so it takes more dollars to pay for things. Bottom line, more people, including families and innocent children are struggling more than ever under obama’s presidency.

Pam
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Instead of paying people to stay at home and get into trouble why not pay them to work. Americas infrastructure is falling apart. Surely they could be taught to drive a truck or other piece of equipment to resurface roads and other needed repairs. If you are going to pay them than get a return out of it. Would it violate their rights to be productive?

Rafael X
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Would have been nice if republicans in congress where not blocking Obama’s infrastructure investment bills.

Camotim
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typical liberal—so open minded that his brains have fallen out

Andy Martin
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Cut the crap Ruffy. Your POS POTUS had a 134 day supermajority at one time and could have passed it then. They could have also gone after the ‘evil rich’ at that time also. But the Coward In Chief didn’t have the balls to do so being the political puke that he is. So the slithering moron waited until the GOP was in charge and then made it political.

http://polipundit.com/?p=28927

Pam
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Oh, I didn’t hear about the Castro brothers proposals to help with that project.

MotherBatherick
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You mean obama’s proposals to squander someone else’s tax dollars on projects that only Liberals want and projects that go belly-up (Solyndra ring a bell?) and to pay Liberal Democrat Senators like Harry Reid to sit on all Job Bills that would have created new jobs?? And what happened to all those “shovel ready” jobs obama lied about? Oh yeah, that’s right, he said, “Guess those shovel ready jobs weren’t so uh, shovel ready, ha ha ha”. He doesn’t even make for a good liar.

-That’s not investing, that’s Liberal-Azz Progressivism.

Iceman47
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It seems to me that back in the 50’s 60’s and 70’s the saying that if you gave a man a fish, he could eat for a day. If you taught a man to fish, he could eat for a lifetime was the main stay of government programs to help people survive and lift them out of the poverty cycle. Somewhere along the line, the government abandoned this approach and came to the conscious decision that it was easier just to give the money directly to the people with no accountability for it’s use or qualification for it’s receipt. I… Read more »
Andy Martin
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Well stated. LBJ and his great society obscenity is nothing more than social heroin that has generations of junkies now.

The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.

Alexis de Tocqueville

empty pockets
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All according to plan. It’s in the progressive playbook. Dependency equals control. “He who has the money makes the rules.” …and can give to those who are favored (at least WHILE they’re favored) and take from those who displease. They’re headed to a flattening of wages/income for all–well, all but THEM, the ruling class. Barry told Joe [the Plumber] the truth–he’s all about wealth redistribution. Since the gov’t produces no wealth, in fact produces nothing at all (but debt), it has to come from those who work and be “redistributed” to those who don’t and those who won’t…so everyone is… Read more »
MUSLIMANIA
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let us not forget how we have ABORTED ourselves into extinction.

Igor
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“The home is the first and most effective place to learn
the lessons of life: truth, honor, virtue, self control, the value of education,
honest work, and the purpose and privilege of life. Nothing can take the place
of home in rearing and teaching children, and no other success can compensate
for failure in the home.”
― David O. McKay

Lili J
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But as PC takes hold, home teahces whatever it wants and your idea of normal may not be what my idea of normal is….

Lili J
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Thank you for speaking this truth!~
We need to stand together and push back the darkness and lies, and speak truth with boldness.