The State taking childcare assistance away!!!

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believe a cracker

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Feb 13, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>both political parties are against the working man,why can i not get you to understand that? thats not some alex jones conspiricy if you have an open mind.
if people like me and you could come to some sort of agreement past government,unions,republican or democrat as we the people like minded under the constitution of the republic,no amount of conspiracy or party politics would matter,or make a damn!
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The Point wrote:
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It's because you've made yourself a dime a dozen by voting against your own self interest. I'm trying to convince you that you're actually worth at least a quarter, maybe a dollar a dozen :)
i recieved your attempt at a compliment toward me,now accept mine toward you. examine the tea party movement at its roots,not the palin,fox news version!
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None wrote:
Be financially secure before you decide to have kids. Don't make society pay for your mistakes.
I so agree with you, it is time to make it on your own, I got nothing when raising my kids and I made it just fine. Maybe you might need to get two jobs like I had to..
believe a cracker

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Oh, and have you found a good conspiracy theory about why the globalist made the Pope step down yet? I've been waiting all day for that one.
as far as i know so far as i can tell,the guy had good sound biblical intentions for stepping down,alot of pastors in power should do the same when they feel unable or complacent. no conspiracy,although i would have loved to provide you with one. i did like the lightning strike on the vatican though...Gods way of saying hello, I AM still here.:)
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believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>i recieved your attempt at a compliment toward me,now accept mine toward you. examine the tea party movement at its roots,not the palin,fox news version!
Nobody I know is against the ideas of constitutional freedoms, more efficient government, and lower taxation. I'm an investor, so I'm no way aligned with OWS either if the goal there is to make Wall Street out to be bad guys. But things like income inequality, healthcare costs, and poverty/crime are REAL problems (not just morally, but economically as well) that cannot be addressed with philosophical laissez-faire attitudes and "I hate Obama" bumper stickers. So if there is a "real" version of the Tea Party that wants to discuss the proper role of OUR government, then I think everyone would be willing to listen. But arguments like Obama is a tyrant, government investment is always socialism, Muslims/Gays/Mexicans are evil, etc. etc. aren't going to be taken seriously by anyone. That's why you saw Rubio on TV and Rand on the outskirts of the Internet.
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believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>both political parties are against the working man,why can i not get you to understand that? thats not some alex jones conspiricy if you have an open mind.
Every economy is composed of labor and capital. In the words of Warren Buffet "The Class War is over; my side (capital) won." But it isn't some conspiracy...politicians are against the working man because they're paid more to be (capital has deeper pockets than labor, especially without organized labor). As long as "the working men" fight among themselves and think that the "government" is something outside their control, that isn't going to change. And though I work on the side of capital, I, like Buffet, draw the line when it comes to poverty. When real people start suffering, I'll invoke the mercy rule. If that makes me a Socialist in somebody's rigid philosophical framework, so be it.
believe a cracker

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Feb 15, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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Every economy is composed of labor and capital. In the words of Warren Buffet "The Class War is over; my side (capital) won." But it isn't some conspiracy...politicians are against the working man because they're paid more to be (capital has deeper pockets than labor, especially without organized labor). As long as "the working men" fight among themselves and think that the "government" is something outside their control, that isn't going to change. And though I work on the side of capital, I, like Buffet, draw the line when it comes to poverty. When real people start suffering, I'll invoke the mercy rule. If that makes me a Socialist in somebody's rigid philosophical framework, so be it.
over regulation to the point it makes it hard to make a profit,isnt some conspiracy theory. a president operating outside of the frame work of the constitution, via executive order isnt conspiracy theory. if believing in the constitution, God,and personal responsibility, make me a redneck,uneducated ,right wing nut in somebodys rigid philosophical framework, so be it.
like ive said before, i think we both share the same goal of bettering this great republic, but have very different ideas of how to get there. i hope you have a good weekend bud.
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You just care about lining your pockets you Republican scumbag.
what kind of dumbass post is that? i line my pockets with money i earned with my bare hands,and i guess you think you should have some of it for free?
stfu believe a cracker

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believe a cracker pops off again. stfu. you are so full of it.
believe a cracker

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stfu believe a cracker wrote:
believe a cracker pops off again. stfu. you are so full of it.
i wont stfu, it is your job to shut me up with facts. until then, you are the one that is full of it.
are you a child? you cant bring anything to the debate table,so you think cheap insults result in what? did you say too yourself, "i dont know what he is talking about,but i know he's wrong". "popping off" is the true definition of what you have done.
do society a favor,and dont have an opinion if you cant produce facts! simply just dont have an opinion.:)
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Mar 1, 2013
 
Jonathan wrote:
It has been brought to my attention that the State will be taking away childcare assistance. I received this email from the 3c's:
The issue with the Governor's email has been corrected. All emails were bounced back to senders asking that they enter the email into a web form on the Governor's website. We've linked our mailing system to the Governor's web form to ensure that won't happen again. Even if you submitted an email on the Governor's website please submit again. There are more details in this email that the Governor needs to see.
Yesterday the Cabinet of Health and Human Services announced deep cuts in child care assistance which would take effect in April. Everyone knows parents with young children need child care in order to work. Kentucky's economy is weak enough. Now is not the time to make it more difficult for parents to get and keep a job!
•Effective April 1, 2013 the state will not accept new applications from low income working families seeking assistance.
•Effective July 1, 2013 income eligibility for current participants will be dramatically reduced -- in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line to receive assistance (i.e, low wage workers would no longer receive assistance).
This can not happen if this does it will put parents out of work, they would not be able to afford to pay for childcare. If this happens daycares will be forced to close all across the state putting thousands more out of a job. What is this state thinking? If this happens the unemployment rate will double at the least. If you want to know of ways for you to sign a petition please leave your email and I will help. We can not sit and watch this take place, it is time to exercise our first amendment. Thank you.
Please let me know i will help get this stoped hopefully@@@
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Mar 2, 2013
 
agree wrote:
<quoted text> I so agree with you, it is time to make it on your own, I got nothing when raising my kids and I made it just fine. Maybe you might need to get two jobs like I had to..
. So, you rather work than see your kid(s)? You rather spend almost your entire paycheck, than receive a little help? Honey, I worked two jobs & STILL eventually had to get help because of the prices of daycares. I was also financially secure before I had a child, but they cost money, doctor bills, extra groceries, diapers, wipes, formula which is almost twenty bucks a can, so tell me again how working two jobs, paying 600 a month in rent not including utilities and oh so much more, is wrong? Thanks to 3 cs I can see my children more often and not have to worry as much about where my entire check is going. You can get in a huff about it or have a fit, I don't give a crap about someone who more than likely doesn't even have children. Want to be judgmental? Go on a post referring to the 14-16 year olds girls being pregnant depending on their parents!
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#83
Mar 2, 2013
 
Maybe it will be alright. What if people learn to live without being dependent on the government. I'm not really sure how we got here. I married a jerk and I figured that was my fault, not the government so I felt guilty asking for help. Maybe these cuts will wean us off the government breast. Or maybe we will cry so loud they will nurse us forever. I don't know just a thought. I could be wrong?
Espinoza

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#84
Mar 2, 2013
 
Maybe some of you shoould have thought about the economics of raising a child before you started to have them.

I waited until I could afford to have child.

Maybe you should have, too.
Mandingo

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Well maybe ppl start using condoms ! Some are screwing. The system I know for a fact and ppl on welfare need to be drug tested . If ppl can afford cell phones , wireless Internet , cigarettes than you can afford daycare , you just need to get your priorities straight ....

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