GOP is the food stamp party

GOP is the food stamp party

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Guest

United States

#2 Nov 13, 2012
Obamas the Man wrote:
The ten highest producing states (meaning less food stamp receipients) are Democratic in make up. The highest foodstamp
states are Republican.
^^^^ another sh*t stain on the underwear of life. Who cares about this? You're in a red state so what does that say about you? Obama is the president of all the states so if the rebubs are relying more in food stamps then that falls on Obama too. You need to grow up. You are just trying to stir sh*t. A quicker way to stir it would just be to brush your teeth.
Guest

United States

#4 Nov 13, 2012
Obamas the Man wrote:
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Still sore about losing by a landslide ain't you? Hey, if you don't like the USA move to Russia. I hear they are a "republic".
Let me give you a bit of advice, don't come on here if you can't
compete with people of higher intelligence. Your childish gibberish is an embarrassment to your taliban party. You might as well give up your party is dead.
Actually jizz guzzler, democrate is my party and I fully supported the dems in 2008 and 2012 by voting for president Obama. I wouldn't say we won in a landslide though. 3 million votes throughout the states isn't a landslide there dumba**. If you don't like living in a red state then you maybe should move to a blue one, and be a sh*t stain on that state? Just an idea. Also I wouldn't call yourself intelligent just because you found some pointless article online stating that republicans states have more food stamp recipients. Your post makes no sense and has no point at this stage in anything. The only thing I can think of is that you are very poor, receive food stamps to survive, and are trying to justify why you deserve them? I could be wrong but that's the only reason I can think of you posting such dumb posts. Or I guess you could be a black person that voted only because our president is half black. So you feel the need to support him here in arkansas by being a racist?? It's either one or the other. Me, I'm white and I support Obama 100%. I have a full time job making excellent salary, nice house with plenty of equity, and a wonderful successful family. I am not as narrow minded as you obviously. I don't think president Obama needs your support, but I bet he loves mine! You should find helpful ways to relieve your hate besides through the Internet. You will continue to become more angry and depressed until everyone hates you.
dems get the most welfare

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#6 Nov 13, 2012
WHO CARES THAT CLINTON AND OBAMA LEFT AMERICANS TO DIE IN LIBYA AS LONG AS THE KENYAN AND THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST WING ARE HAVING A GOOD TIME AT TAXPAYERS' EXPENSE, RIGHT?)

ONE of the Adelaide's largest joint security operations will protect US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her planned visit next week.

Sections of the CBD, including North Tce and King William St, are likely to be locked down for the visit, which was revealed on adelaidenow yesterday.

Planning for the massive operation to protect the second most powerful woman in the world has been under way for the past week.

US embassy officials and security specialists have been working with Australian Federal Police, senior SA Police and STAR Group officers to plan the operation.

The visit is expected to be confirmed by White House officials as early as today.

Sources said the initial planning indicated the operation would be similar to when US Defence Minister Donald Rumsfeld and other defence officials were in Adelaide for the Australia-US Ministerial Meeting (AUSMIN) in 2005.

In that operation, sections of North Tce and King William St were locked down to protect delegates.

Few details of Ms Clinton's visit on Wednesday and Thursday have been revealed, but it is understood she will visit close friends, one whom is connected to the Carnegie Mellon University. It also believed that:

THE 150-strong entourage is likely to visit Penfolds' Magill Estate for either a wine tasting session or private function.
THE entourage has booked more than 100 rooms over several floors at the Intercontinental Hotel on North Tce.
HEAVY traffic restrictions are likely from late Wednesday ahead of her anticipated arrival that night.
HER entourage will leave Adelaide on Friday morning.

While Ms Clinton will be protected at close quarters by her own US Secret Service detail, dozens of AFP protection officers and STAR Group officers will be involved in protecting her motorcade and any venues she visits.

Police are also likely to use helicopter surveillance to monitor her every move.

The operation will be larger than that mounted to protect Prince Charles and his wife Camilla for their five-hour flying visit to Adelaide on Wednesday.

Many of the SA police officers involved in that security operation will be involved in next week's, having regarded Wednesday's royal visit as a rehearsal for the Clinton visit. The sources said the Clinton entourage which uses its own US Air Force jet was considerable and comprised her personal staff, defence advisers and large security detail.

Ms Clinton, one of the most heavily guarded public officials in the world, will arrive in Perth on Tuesday before attending AUSMIN talks on Wednesday with US Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta and Australian officials, including Defence Minister Stephen Smith and Foreign Minister Bob Carr.
Guest

United States

#7 Nov 13, 2012
Obamas the Man wrote:
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The ONLY person that I KNOW I am smarter than is you. You're wrong on all counts. You're so stupid that you have to resort to childish
insults in order to have ANYTHING to say. I quote facts and you babble. You need a good old fashioned ass whipping..
Getting a little aggravated there jizz stain? Baha aha bah. Also any time you are feeling froggy, please post a time and place. This is one battle you won't want to be caught up in. You mad I narrowed demographics down and identified you? It was easy. You can deny it all you want, but I hit the nail on the head. See ya chump.
Guest

United States

#10 Nov 13, 2012
Haha punk, I asked you tough guy. You are the one saying stuff about kicking someone's a**. I simply stated that I accept the challenge. I will show up, make you my bitc*, spit in your face, wipe my as* with your nasty hair and drive off anonymously. Got it punk?
Jdp

Greenwood, IN

#12 Nov 17, 2012
Guest wrote:
Haha punk, I asked you tough guy. You are the one saying stuff about kicking someone's a**. I simply stated that I accept the challenge. I will show up, make you my bitc*, spit in your face, wipe my as* with your nasty hair and drive off anonymously. Got it punk?
Reply ***
Both of you are immature and pathetic when a discussion resorts to threats
And violence you both should grow up a little from adolescent posturing
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#15 Nov 17, 2012
I do find it ironic that the most solidy red states are the ones who proportionately depend the most on federal programs, not just social programs, but for schools and other programs. While the most solidly blue states are the most economically sound and take in less federal money because the need isn't as great. Proof that ignorant sheep are led to vote against their own economic interest by people that wouldn't let them on their property unless it was to cut the grass or clean the pool. You have to congratulate the Republicans on leading the states most lacking in education and with the highest percentage of citizens needing financial assistance into voting to screw themselves.
David

Jonesboro, AR

#17 Nov 18, 2012
In the last four years 421,000 more have been added to food stamp rolls than in the previous eight years combined.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#20 Nov 18, 2012
David wrote:
In the last four years 421,000 more have been added to food stamp rolls than in the previous eight years combined.

Eight years of Dubya's (the worst president of the last century) had more to do with the jboless rate and our economy will take a decade to straighten out. When Obama took office we were loosing 50,000 jobs a month and he stopped the damn burst and actually is reducing unemployment. No, it isn't as fast as we would like but you don't clean up 8 years worth of colosal mismangement in 4 years with GOP congressmen rooting for you to fail! If you're trying to in this mess on Obama you are in denial.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#21 Nov 19, 2012
Why were posts 1 and 3 deleted? Don't seem to be violating any rules. Censorship?
Knothead

Jonesboro, AR

#22 Nov 19, 2012
It's ashame that so many people especially young girls and boys have learned how to milk the system.
Some people really do need that help but those young lazy people that make babies and want us to care for them , that's wrong!!!! They do it to rebell against the parents and then have no where to turn. I've worked all my life and I don't mind helping the sick and elderly, And even some people that just have bad luck but not the lazy freeloders. This group is made up of white and black trash.
DOn't get me wrong. I like white, black and other
folks. But, I dislike the lazy ones that think they are entitled. One of these days the tax payers are going to get tired of this and rebell. Well at least I thought they would but I'm really not sure anymore.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#23 Nov 20, 2012
Knothead wrote:
It's ashame that so many people especially young girls and boys have learned how to milk the system.
Some people really do need that help but those young lazy people that make babies and want us to care for them , that's wrong!!!! They do it to rebell against the parents and then have no where to turn. I've worked all my life and I don't mind helping the sick and elderly, And even some people that just have bad luck but not the lazy freeloders. This group is made up of white and black trash.
DOn't get me wrong. I like white, black and other
folks. But, I dislike the lazy ones that think they are entitled. One of these days the tax payers are going to get tired of this and rebell. Well at least I thought they would but I'm really not sure anymore.
I share your view. I believe in taking care of the elderly and people who have met misfortune but I think all of us are tired of paying for people who just won't try to improve themselves. On a good note, I read the other day where a large percentage of people having to go on welfare and/or food stamps are off of it within a year. That shows that the majority of people want to work and have just been dealt some hard blows economically.
David

Jonesboro, AR

#25 Nov 20, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Eight years of Dubya's (the worst president of the last century) had more to do with the jboless rate and our economy will take a decade to straighten out. When Obama took office we were loosing 50,000 jobs a month and he stopped the damn burst and actually is reducing unemployment. No, it isn't as fast as we would like but you don't clean up 8 years worth of colosal mismangement in 4 years with GOP congressmen rooting for you to fail! If you're trying to in this mess on Obama you are in denial.
......Fact check: 4.5 million new jobs created under Obama?

With the Democratic National Convention in full swing, a number of party leaders are attempting to boost President Barack Obama's re-election effort by asserting that 4.5 million new jobs have been created during his term.

Obama himself has recently claimed more job growth in the past 27 months than President George W. Bush created "during the entire seven years before this crisis."

"Despite incredible odds and united Republican opposition, our president took action, and now we've seen 4.5 million new jobs," San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro said in his keynote address at the DNC on Tuesday night.

That statistic was echoed by virtually all of Tuesday night's speakers, including first lady Michelle Obama, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who previously served as Obama's chief of staff.

However, CNN fact-checked that claim and found it to be "not the whole picture." Instead, CNN found that there has been a net increase of just 300,000 nonfarm payroll jobs since Obama took office. And if you count government jobs, there are actually 400,000 fewer people working today than in January 2009.
Post Turtle

Melbourne, AR

#27 Dec 14, 2012
1.A Lesson in Irony
The Food Stamp Program, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture,
is proud to be distributing this year the greatest amount of free Meals and
Food Stamps ever, to 46 million people.

Meanwhile, the National Park Service, administered by the U.S. Department of
the Interior, asks us "Please Do Not Feed the Animals."

Their stated reason for the policy is because "The animals will grow
dependent on handouts and will not learn to take care of themselves."

This ends today's lesson in irony.

jenna

Saint Louis, MO

#28 Dec 14, 2012
Guest wrote:
I do find it ironic that the most solidy red states are the ones who proportionately depend the most on federal programs, not just social programs, but for schools and other programs. While the most solidly blue states are the most economically sound and take in less federal money because the need isn't as great. Proof that ignorant sheep are led to vote against their own economic interest by people that wouldn't let them on their property unless it was to cut the grass or clean the pool. You have to congratulate the Republicans on leading the states most lacking in education and with the highest percentage of citizens needing financial assistance into voting to screw themselves.
it is about time someone other than me figured this out most polititions i have met are full of more shit than a christmas turkey

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