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Re: “S.C. sponsor of Voter ID caught praising racist comments

.... and... I don't like Mitt Romney at all, but I would assume his 13% is more money than all of us combined...

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Posted by mediaman420 on August 31, 2012 at 11:10 AM

Re: “S.C. sponsor of Voter ID caught praising racist comments

my numbers are from .gov resources. I'm not a republican and nothing I said was racist, but thanks for your ignorant assumptions... I just dislike you pansy ass liberals and your pussification of our country. I voted for Perot, twice! I'm a harley guy, an engineer, a carlin fan, and the type of motherfucker who gets sick of listening to rich pansy-ass white boys sticking up for the poor lazy fucks that suck on the government tit and raise generations on welfare. I was born to a 16 year old single mother who worked her ass off to support two children without going on welfare. We couldn't afford to live in a trailer park, but we watched the welfare recipients drive around in Cadillacs and live for free. Are there more whites on welfare? there are 6 times as many of us, you dumb fuck!!! We are on the eve of a huge generation (baby boomers) about to retire and they are owed their social security. How are we going to pay for all of this and support every lazy poor fucker in the country? You want to save the world and every poor person in it, fine, stand up and do it, but don't reach your hand in my fucking pocket. I support my kids, I don't need to support every kid in the fucking ghetto too, and our country cannot afford to do it. This is not a moral issue, this is not a race issue, this is a fiscal issue and an issue of stupid assholes like you sticking up for the worst kind of people in our society. I've worked full time since I was 15 to help my family survive after my father was killed and have worked almost every day for over three decades, but then again, I'm a man, not some pansy ass college kid living off my parents... Our government has created a very easy way for people to sit on their fat lazy asses and do nothing, supported from cradle to grave... and because of liberal dumb fucks like you, it will continue!!! It's a good thing you fucking liberals do this shit online where you can hide your behind your computer. People need to get off their lazy asses and make their own way in this world. Our government will take as much as they can from the working class and hand it over to the laziest people in our society. So much for survival of the fittest...

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Posted by mediaman420 on August 31, 2012 at 10:57 AM

Re: “S.C. sponsor of Voter ID caught praising racist comments

If you are on Welfare, you would be a complete idiot not to vote for Obama. New campaign slogan for whoever wants to win in 2016 and beyond: "Vote for me and you'll never have to work again! I'll give you free healthcare, free housing, free food and I'll send you a fat check every month!" - you would be guaranteed over 50% of the vote since over half the country will be on government assistance!!! - I'm out... it's beer-thirty and I'm heading to watch some football - I'm sick of the liberals who want to use hardworking people's money to support lazy ass people... fucking pansies... oh, and I think gnu name likes the cute racist girl :) LOL - have fun y'all :)

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Posted by mediaman420 on August 30, 2012 at 6:39 PM

Re: “S.C. sponsor of Voter ID caught praising racist comments

The American Welfare State
How We Spend Nearly $1 Trillion a Year Fighting Poverty—and Fail

Since President Obama took office, federal welfare spending has increased by 41 percent, more than $193 billion per year. Despite this government largess, more than 46 million Americans continue to live in poverty... Clearly we are doing something wrong. Throwing money at the problem has neither reduced poverty nor made the poor self-sufficient. It is time to reevaluate our approach to fighting poverty. We should focus less on making poverty more comfortable and more on creating the prosperity that will get people out of poverty.

According to Obama administration projections, combined federal and state welfare
spending will not drop significantly once the economy fully recovers. As we have seen, welfare spending has continued to increase. By 2014 this spending is likely to equal $1 trillion per year and will total $10.3 trillion over the next 10 years. According to these
projections, over the next 10 years, federal and state governments will spend $250,000
for every American currently living in poverty, or $1 million for every poor family of four.
And that does not include spending under the Patient Protection and Affordable
Care Act, which will dramatically increase the number of low-income Americans participating in Medicaid.

There are lots of charts, stats and references in this one, it's a great read:

http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/PA694.pdf

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Posted by mediaman420 on August 30, 2012 at 6:29 PM

Re: “S.C. sponsor of Voter ID caught praising racist comments

Ending welfare is not an option that would be free from substantial problems, in fact, we would surely see a sudden and drastic increase in violent crimes and widespread rioting, and increased racial violence against whites. But to look at the recent changes in the system made by the current administration, they are rapidly expanding welfare and removing provisions that require welfare recipients to look for work or train for jobs. There are measures that can be taken to reduce our welfare spending though, such as mandatory drug testing, requirements for job training, shorter time limits for benefits, caps on benefits, more stringent requirements for those receiving aid, etc.. As I showed from the statistics from the The U.S. Department of Commerce, our government is making welfare a very attractive option for people and doing almost nothing to discourage or regulate it. Under the Clinton administration, a bipartisan effort achieved significant welfare reform, Obama has all but destroyed what was achieved, and worse, he is setting precedent for more expansion and less regulation. We are on an unsustainable path, any economist would agree with that. Any sane, intelligent person should be able to see that. This has nothing to do with the news, FOX, MSN, Newsweek, whatever.... this is about a completely irresponsible and unsustainable fiscal policy that is backed by statistical facts. We need reform, we simply cannot afford to ignore the problem and we cannot afford to have half of the people in the country, paying for the other half to live.

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Posted by mediaman420 on August 30, 2012 at 5:17 PM

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