Four arrested in Hardee's robbery

Four arrested in Hardee's robbery

There are 5 comments on the Newms360.com story from Jan 23, 2014, titled Four arrested in Hardee's robbery. In it, Newms360.com reports that:

Malik J. Mosby, 18, was charged with armed robbery. Three others, Bryson Spragin, 18, Bronson Spragin, 18, and Dontrell Miller, 20, were charged with being an accessory to armed robbery.

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Poverty

Tupelo, MS

#1 Jan 23, 2014
There is no future for our young when the city promotes tourism as the way to make a living. If the schools can not teach children how to teach themselves and how to create opportunities we will have more crime.
If our youth are not inspired the say taking from others is OK because there is no way out of poverty working for a low wage.
The city refuses to address the problem of making children when the individual does not have the means to support that child.
Women are stuck in a place to have to get a man to support them. They have children to keep the man not because they want to live in poverty.

Without opportunity Tupelo is dead in the water and opportunity starts at an average national income of over $50K a year. They will not even pay teachers and city workers that.
But that can build sports complexes and pools which does not contribute to a higher knowledge of life.
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#2 Jan 29, 2014
Poverty wrote:
There is no future for our young when the city promotes tourism as the way to make a living. If the schools can not teach children how to teach themselves and how to create opportunities we will have more crime.
If our youth are not inspired the say taking from others is OK because there is no way out of poverty working for a low wage.
The city refuses to address the problem of making children when the individual does not have the means to support that child.
Women are stuck in a place to have to get a man to support them. They have children to keep the man not because they want to live in poverty.

Without opportunity Tupelo is dead in the water and opportunity starts at an average national income of over $50K a year. They will not even pay teachers and city workers that.
But that can build sports complexes and pools which does not contribute to a higher knowledge of life.
So you think EVERYONE deserves to start out in the middle class regardless of their effort? And what statistics can you cite on what the average national income " should" be? Using arbitrary numbers is what has caused the mess in our economy and why obumacare is causing more people to LOSE coverage than to GAIN it.
Fair

Tupelo, MS

#3 Jan 30, 2014
[QUOTE who="Phil O'Sophic"]<quoted text>
So you think EVERYONE deserves to start out in the middle class regardless of their effort? And what statistics can you cite on what the average national income " should" be? Using arbitrary numbers is what has caused the mess in our economy and why obumacare is causing more people to LOSE coverage than to GAIN it.[/QUOTE]

You missed the point. Poor people make poor decisions such as having children they can not afford or buying things they can not afford on time. If they do not have the ability to start a business they do not have the ability to have a family or any other middle class benefit of using your brain. It is the leaders that promote poverty by telling people to do the wrong things. School trains children to be Skinner/Pavlov dogs and obey rather that be creative and follow inspirations.
Fair

Tupelo, MS

#4 Jan 30, 2014
Obama care makes it advantageous for employers to cut workers to part time so they do not have to provide insurance. Obama care costs more than people can afford and the taxes do not have the money to pay. It is a system that is not sustainable.
Phil O'Sophic

Tupelo, MS

#5 Feb 5, 2014
Fair wrote:
Obama care makes it advantageous for employers to cut workers to part time so they do not have to provide insurance. Obama care costs more than people can afford and the taxes do not have the money to pay. It is a system that is not sustainable.
I certainly agree with you there friend.

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