Getting Pregnant When You Can't affor...

Getting Pregnant When You Can't afford the Kids You Have

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HearNoSpeakNoSee No

Costa Mesa, CA

#1 Jul 19, 2013
I see girl, especially around 18-23 that think it's ok to just keep having kids. If you are having them for the wrfong reasons like trying to get a guy to stay with you for example then you are a pretty pathetic parent. That's not fair to bring ANOTHER child into this world when you are struggling with the ones you got & can barely keep a roof over your head.
knowstomuch

Ashburn, VA

#2 Jul 19, 2013
AGREE!! A lot of them do it for the money.. it's disgusting!
Teacher

Berkeley Springs, WV

#3 Jul 20, 2013
That's ok...Welfare will keep them. Keep raising taxes.
Dang

Huntington, WV

#4 Jul 22, 2013
That is very selfish and terrible. Especially if you have a different babies dad. Can we say whres?
Banana pudding

Faber, VA

#5 Jul 23, 2013
Tiffany williamson
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justathought

Huntington, WV

#7 Jul 23, 2013
Worthington wrote:
Anyone on public assistance who becomes pregnant must have aboriton then neutured.
Horrible
JohnSwift

Huntington, WV

#8 Jul 23, 2013
First baby is free. The second child born to unmarried welfare mother is to be confiscated by the government.

All those "second babies" (and 3rds, etc., depending on the vigor and strong stomachs of the breeders), could be made into sausages and re-distributed to the welfare families through the WIC program. If they were made into steaks or more choice cuts, that might cause the mothers emotional distress, but as sausages, identification would be impossible, so...no tears. Everybody happy, and no one goes hungry.

I've explained this all years ago in my pamphlet regarding the "Irish Dilemma", titled "A Modest Proposal". No one listened to me then, and now we are over-run with ignorant, drunken Irishmen.

Not gonna say I told you so, but...
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Derper

Huntington, WV

#15 Jul 23, 2013
^^^^^^LOOK^^^^^

Seriously, I want this noted. You guys who tell me to learn the meaning of "succinct" and such.

Remember the above the next time you want to bust my chops.:)

And shame on that weird sausage guy. ;)
Gosh

Huntington, WV

#16 Jul 23, 2013
Jonathon Swift, Late 1700's, satirist.

The joy of education.
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killerisme

Huntington, WV

#18 Jul 23, 2013
Like leigah and Derek martin
big b

Huntington, WV

#19 Jul 23, 2013
IMO wrote:
^^^^^^That is just sick! Even go joke about! You need put in a mental institution because I don't think they even make meds for that kind of crazy! I don't think anyone, single or couples, should be having children they cannot afford but if they do I do not think abortion and certainly not "making the extra children into sausage" is the answer! 
ok abortion fix them and baby on meat hook in front of walmart on the first of the month breeder pay day
Way2GoDingus

Huntington, WV

#20 Jul 24, 2013
Gosh wrote:
Jonathon Swift, Late 1700's, satirist.
The joy of education.
Kinda threw cold water on what might have been a lot of fun, huh, Buzzkill?
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seriously

Beaver Falls, PA

#22 Sep 18, 2013
AND HOW DOSE 732 BILLION NOT EFFECT ARE ECONMY

The federal government collects taxes to finance various public services. As policymakers and citizens weigh key decisions about revenues and expenditures, it is instructive to examine what the government does with the money it collects.
In fiscal year 2012, the federal government spent $3.5 trillion, amounting to 23 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Of that $3.5 trillion, nearly $2.5 trillion was financed by federal revenues. The remaining amount (about $1.1 trillion) was financed by borrowing; this deficit will ultimately be paid for by future taxpayers. As the graph on the next page shows, three major areas of spending each make up about one-fifth of the budget:
Defense and international security assistance: In 2012, 19 percent of the budget, or $689 billion, paid for defense and security-related international activities. The bulk of the spending in this category reflects the underlying costs of the Department of Defense. The total also includes the cost of supporting operations in Afghanistan and other related activities, described as Overseas Contingency Operations in the budget, funding for which totaled $127 billion in 2012.

Social Security: Another 22 percent of the budget, or $773 billion, paid for Social Security, which provided monthly retirement benefits averaging $1,262 to 36.7 million retired workers in December 2012. Social Security also provided benefits to 2.9 million spouses and children of retired workers, 6.3 million surviving children and spouses of deceased workers, and 10.9 million disabled workers and their eligible dependents in December 2012.

Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP: Three health insurance programs — Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)— together accounted for 21 percent of the budget in 2012, or $732 billion. Nearly two-thirds of this amount, or $472 billion, went to Medicare, which provides health coverage to around 48 million people who are over the age of 65 or have disabilities. The remainder of this category funds Medicaid and CHIP, which in a typical month in 2012 provided health care or long-term care to about 60 million low-income children, parents, elderly people, and people with disabilities. Both Medicaid and CHIP require matching payments from the states.
big b

Huntington, WV

#23 Sep 18, 2013
seriously wrote:
AND HOW DOSE 732 BILLION NOT EFFECT ARE ECONMY
The federal government collects taxes to finance various public services. As policymakers and citizens weigh key decisions about revenues and expenditures, it is instructive to examine what the government does with the money it collects.
In fiscal year 2012, the federal government spent $3.5 trillion, amounting to 23 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Of that $3.5 trillion, nearly $2.5 trillion was financed by federal revenues. The remaining amount (about $1.1 trillion) was financed by borrowing; this deficit will ultimately be paid for by future taxpayers. As the graph on the next page shows, three major areas of spending each make up about one-fifth of the budget:
Defense and international security assistance: In 2012, 19 percent of the budget, or $689 billion, paid for defense and security-related international activities. The bulk of the spending in this category reflects the underlying costs of the Department of Defense. The total also includes the cost of supporting operations in Afghanistan and other related activities, described as Overseas Contingency Operations in the budget, funding for which totaled $127 billion in 2012.
Social Security: Another 22 percent of the budget, or $773 billion, paid for Social Security, which provided monthly retirement benefits averaging $1,262 to 36.7 million retired workers in December 2012. Social Security also provided benefits to 2.9 million spouses and children of retired workers, 6.3 million surviving children and spouses of deceased workers, and 10.9 million disabled workers and their eligible dependents in December 2012.
Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP: Three health insurance programs — Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)— together accounted for 21 percent of the budget in 2012, or $732 billion. Nearly two-thirds of this amount, or $472 billion, went to Medicare, which provides health coverage to around 48 million people who are over the age of 65 or have disabilities. The remainder of this category funds Medicaid and CHIP, which in a typical month in 2012 provided health care or long-term care to about 60 million low-income children, parents, elderly people, and people with disabilities. Both Medicaid and CHIP require matching payments from the states.
i really could care less
Walter

Ridgeview, WV

#24 Sep 19, 2013
I have always found these type of people usually on welfare. It increases their benefits. These days a lot of the children are diagnosed with developmental disorders that opens the door for a lot of extra benefits.
hmmm

Chesapeake, OH

#25 Sep 19, 2013
Dang wrote:
That is very selfish and terrible. Especially if you have a different babies dad. Can we say whres?
You must be mad because someone took your man.
big b

Huntington, WV

#26 Sep 20, 2013
i really could care less so every one chill out
JFK

Nellis, WV

#27 Sep 20, 2013
I love seeing trashy people with trashy kids that I know for a fact will grow up to be trash as well. We should just exterminate the trash and move on with a better society. The educated, responsible people are being out-bred by the cock roaches.
big b

Huntington, WV

#28 Sep 21, 2013
JFK wrote:
I love seeing trashy people with trashy kids that I know for a fact will grow up to be trash as well. We should just exterminate the trash and move on with a better society. The educated, responsible people are being out-bred by the cock roaches.
very true just go to the huntington wal mart around the first of the month you will see them too bad no star bucks in walmart it would to sit back and watch the losers flock in trash in with trash buying trash on e.b.t. cards
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big b

Huntington, WV

#30 Sep 23, 2013
disneywalt wrote:
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What's an ebt card mr high society? Do u and your significant other go there a lot at the first of the month to watch or are u trying to score lol??
I agree if u can't feed um, by God don't bread um!!!!!
i try to stay a way from walmarts near the first of the month too many losers and low lifes there its depressing i stay in barboursville and shop at krogers

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