who's pregnant in this town

who's pregnant in this town

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#1 Dec 4, 2012
What girls
All the skanks

Waterloo, IL

#2 Dec 4, 2012
Can't keep their legs closed for shit. And just producing babies that us tax payers haffta pay for.
TJ

Baxter Springs, KS

#3 Dec 4, 2012
Who Cares?
Brian

Glen Carbon, IL

#4 Dec 4, 2012
Pregnancy is a career choice in Dupo these days. Why get a job when its easier to pop out a brat, get free daycare for the thing and live the good life on other peoples money.
pogo

Waterloo, IL

#5 Dec 4, 2012
I'm thinking Troll Brian must have got lucky again. If she is the uglest, dumbest, fattest girl in town, Troll Brian would still have to get them drunk or drugged. Right before they pass out, it's off the the little white church parking lot, right Brian? LAU.
DIP

Belleville, IL

#6 Dec 5, 2012
The problem is so much bigger than tax dollars being spent. And saying things like 'women should keep their legs closed' is indicative of the biggest problem. That problem is the attitude of men these days. With the divorce rate escalating more and more men are just looking to play it aloof, find women with whom to sleep with while eliminating or at the least significantly reducing any responsibilities they may have as a partner and as a parent. The result is kids who grow up without a proper foundation, no example of what a mother and father should be. They are emotional cripples as they mature into adulthood, doomed to repeat the process. Men need to wake up and buck up to their true responsibilities even if it isn't cool. Start thinking with the head on your shoulders, not the one below the waist.
Brian

Glen Carbon, IL

#7 Dec 5, 2012
DIP wrote:
The problem is so much bigger than tax dollars being spent. And saying things like 'women should keep their legs closed' is indicative of the biggest problem. That problem is the attitude of men these days. With the divorce rate escalating more and more men are just looking to play it aloof, find women with whom to sleep with while eliminating or at the least significantly reducing any responsibilities they may have as a partner and as a parent. The result is kids who grow up without a proper foundation, no example of what a mother and father should be. They are emotional cripples as they mature into adulthood, doomed to repeat the process. Men need to wake up and buck up to their true responsibilities even if it isn't cool. Start thinking with the head on your shoulders, not the one below the waist.
The welfare system encourages that situation though. If welfare were eliminated then maybe the younger set would be a bit more carefule before getting into situations where these kids are created and the mothers, without welfare to rely on, would legally make the fathers pay for their share of the problem at least. Thats how it worked in the days before welfare. Of course back in those days people in Dupo had jobs too. How things change
welfare mom

Saint Louis, MO

#8 Dec 5, 2012
I'm squirting out another paycheck in about a month.
Yee HAW!!!!
Easy money!!
DIP

Belleville, IL

#10 Dec 5, 2012
Brian wrote:
<quoted text>The welfare system encourages that situation though. If welfare were eliminated then maybe the younger set would be a bit more carefule before getting into situations where these kids are created and the mothers, without welfare to rely on, would legally make the fathers pay for their share of the problem at least. Thats how it worked in the days before welfare. Of course back in those days people in Dupo had jobs too. How things change
The welfare system isn't the problem Brian. People not taking responsibility for their lives is the problem. Men and boys who are just as much a parent to these children as their mothers are, not stepping up and doing what's right. While Dupo may have more than it's share of women and girls who are great examples of this it is certainly a problem that exists everywhere. The difference being when you are affluent you don't need welfare. When you're poor, you do. And welfare isn't offered in these cases in order to condone or endorse irresponsible behavior, it is meant to help give a child a fighting chance even while he/she is in the womb
Brian

Glen Carbon, IL

#11 Dec 5, 2012
DIP wrote:
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The welfare system isn't the problem Brian. People not taking responsibility for their lives is the problem. Men and boys who are just as much a parent to these children as their mothers are, not stepping up and doing what's right. While Dupo may have more than it's share of women and girls who are great examples of this it is certainly a problem that exists everywhere. The difference being when you are affluent you don't need welfare. When you're poor, you do. And welfare isn't offered in these cases in order to condone or endorse irresponsible behavior, it is meant to help give a child a fighting chance even while he/she is in the womb
If here were no welfare than there would be paternity suits and the deadbeat fathers would learn that there are consequences for their decisions. Thats why people don't take responsibilty...they always get a bailoutand the bailout are now expected as entitlements.
DIP

Belleville, IL

#12 Dec 5, 2012
Brian wrote:
<quoted text>If here were no welfare than there would be paternity suits and the deadbeat fathers would learn that there are consequences for their decisions. Thats why people don't take responsibilty...they always get a bailoutand the bailout are now expected as entitlements.
What consequences Brian? Are we going to send men, women, girls and boys to jail for having babies out of wedlock? Maybe a law establishing certain criteria to be met before you're allowed to have kids? You can't legislate morals. You can take away the welfare money and leave them on their own, but they'll still have babies. And what kind of society would we be if we didn't help the children? It's inescapable thats all there is to it.
lol

Garden City, MI

#13 Dec 5, 2012
Dip was left abandoned it sounds like...man hater lol
Brian

Glen Carbon, IL

#14 Dec 5, 2012
Well DIP you're relying on the old tried and true liberal whine "but what about the children." It has been used so sucessfully in the past, often by teachers, social workers and others who seem to make a living off of the situation.
Here is an idea. Eliminate the welfare period. Then the babies will stop. If they dont there are plenty of couples looking to adopt.
Quite frankly though the methods of spending have shown over the past decades to merely encourage the welfare set to procreate at exponental rates.
This country became great without welfare and now is being dragged down by the trash it helped create and the parasites that run the programs that make the problems even worse.
By the way I hear the newest trend now is to get pregnant, get on welfare and wic, get an abortion and start the cycle all over again when one gets kicked off welfare and WIC after a year. That way they dont have the offals to feed but still get the goodies
I hope you find honest work someday though
DIP

Belleville, IL

#15 Dec 5, 2012
lol wrote:
Dip was left abandoned it sounds like...man hater lol
Wrong. Father of two young adults, raised by their mother and I. My wife and I both came from homes where our parents were married and stayed together 'til death do us part'. So make fun of that now okay?
I understand

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Dec 5, 2012
So you and pogo cross dress together?
DIP wrote:
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Wrong. Father of two young adults, raised by their mother and I. My wife and I both came from homes where our parents were married and stayed together 'til death do us part'. So make fun of that now okay?
sick

United States

#17 Dec 5, 2012
welfare mom wrote:
I'm squirting out another paycheck in about a month.
Yee HAW!!!!
Easy money!!
And I bet it's a black baby
Veritas

Belleville, IL

#19 Dec 6, 2012
Brian wrote:
Well DIP you're relying on the old tried and true liberal whine "but what about the children." It has been used so sucessfully in the past, often by teachers, social workers and others who seem to make a living off of the situation.
Here is an idea. Eliminate the welfare period. Then the babies will stop. If they dont there are plenty of couples looking to adopt.
Quite frankly though the methods of spending have shown over the past decades to merely encourage the welfare set to procreate at exponental rates.
This country became great without welfare and now is being dragged down by the trash it helped create and the parasites that run the programs that make the problems even worse.
By the way I hear the newest trend now is to get pregnant, get on welfare and wic, get an abortion and start the cycle all over again when one gets kicked off welfare and WIC after a year. That way they dont have the offals to feed but still get the goodies
I hope you find honest work someday though
I'm sure you don't feel this way, but your way of thinking regarding welfare is overly simplistic. Is there abuse in the system? Yes. Should we trash it? No. To do so would cause even greater problems in our society then we now have with a flawed welfare system. But I get the feeling that you'd probably like to take all welfare recipients and their children, wall them into a place like ESL and leave them to their own devices. Your opinions and the way you present them tell me that you've never been poor a day in your life.
Brian

Glen Carbon, IL

#20 Dec 6, 2012
Veritas wrote:
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I'm sure you don't feel this way, but your way of thinking regarding welfare is overly simplistic. Is there abuse in the system? Yes. Should we trash it? No. To do so would cause even greater problems in our society then we now have with a flawed welfare system. But I get the feeling that you'd probably like to take all welfare recipients and their children, wall them into a place like ESL and leave them to their own devices. Your opinions and the way you present them tell me that you've never been poor a day in your life.
I remember as a child walking to the railroad tracks with a bucket to get coal that had fallen off the trains for heat for my family. I know all about being poor
There was no welfare back then and we survived and grew by hard work. Many people in Granite City did so as well. Today things are different.
Welfare basically benefits the social workers and the rest of the bunch with their usual "subjective" claims about how the world will end without the programs that provide them a living.
The world did quite well for a long time without welfare. Eliminate it once and for all and then maybe the bums will figure it out and go get a job
Pops Girl

United States

#21 Dec 6, 2012
I remember when we sold our children to to Devil to get the drugs we needed.
Too bad now, no kids left to sell to the Devil.
ha ha

United States

#22 Dec 6, 2012
Lets pray that Pops Girl isn't pregnant again.
That child would not have a snow balls chance in hell of surviving.
She will take out an insurance policy and another child will soon die.

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