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Kingdom Come

Dawsonville, GA

#122 Jan 28, 2013
Be prideful all you want but if my baby us hungry and I am unemployed or working some third rate job that does not even buy my gas to go to work, my ass is going to be the one you see with a nice clothes only because I bought them when times were better and can not resale them for what I paid for them in my secure alter life before. You are dumb and stupid to starve your family before asking for help and you are ignorant and low class to disgrace the less fortunate. Now I do not agree seeing people buying shake healthy products or cigarettes who are on welfare but then again if DFAX drug tested people, people may get the hint and buy groceries instead of drugs.

I know a girl who criticizes food stamp recipients all day long but she paid a girl 50.00 to get rid of her child's text messages to another as a bribe. She don't think anyone needs food stamps and I don't think anyone with a gay child should have any say in much at all when it comes to welfare.

Since: May 12

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#123 Jan 28, 2013
Kingdom Come wrote:
Be prideful all you want but if my baby us hungry and I am unemployed or working some third rate job that does not even buy my gas to go to work, my ass is going to be the one you see with a nice clothes only because I bought them when times were better and can not resale them for what I paid for them in my secure alter life before. You are dumb and stupid to starve your family before asking for help and you are ignorant and low class to disgrace the less fortunate. Now I do not agree seeing people buying shake healthy products or cigarettes who are on welfare but then again if DFAX drug tested people, people may get the hint and buy groceries instead of drugs.
I know a girl who criticizes food stamp recipients all day long but she paid a girl 50.00 to get rid of her child's text messages to another as a bribe. She don't think anyone needs food stamps and I don't think anyone with a gay child should have any say in much at all when it comes to welfare.
What does gay have to do with it?
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#124 Jan 28, 2013
Maybe we should worry about $500 Million in welfare to a multibillion dollar highly profitable organization, as opposed to somewhere, someone, is cashing a $238 check.

The day at the Georgia Dome was special. For the first time, I was a guest in one of the Dome's suites to watch the game, courtesy of a great friend who is someone I know well outside of politics. These suites are much of the focus in the desire to replace the current facility with a new one.

Georgia taxpayers are being asked to back $300 million in new bonds that will be paid with Atlanta hotel/motel tax dollars between now and 2050. They're also being asked to waive sales taxes on construction materials. And to buy the land for the new stadium. And to make traffic infrastructure improvements around the area of construction. A half-billion dollars is a nice, round number that taxpayers should use when looking at their total contribution for this gift to the Falcons and their owner, Arthur Blank.

SEC Commissioner Mike Slive gave glowing praise to the existing facility this past week in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, saying "the Georgia Dome has been terrific for us. The facility has been good and the Dome staff is really superb. And having the proximity of the World Congress Center so that we can have our FanFare running in conjunction with the game, that has become very popular. It's that, plus the fact Atlanta is an easy city to get to. And we are looking forward to continuing on, even beyond our current contract."

While a new stadium would be shiny and a presumed upgrade, the package offered by Atlanta includes a relatively new domed stadium attached to a world-class convention center, all surrounded by a convention and tourism district with restaurants and attractions for out-of-town guests.

All of that already exists today, without the additional half-billion dollars of taxpayer money set to be earmarked to benefit one taxpayer -- Arthur Blank.
Kingdom Come

Dawsonville, GA

#125 Jan 28, 2013
Don't talk about a needy family if you are bribing kids not to talk about your gay child. I am sorry but that is as white trash as it gets!
I would much rather see a mother feed her children with foodstamps as to pay off a bribe over her kid being gay!

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#126 Jan 28, 2013
Kingdom Come wrote:
Don't talk about a needy family if you are bribing kids not to talk about your gay child. I am sorry but that is as white trash as it gets!
I would much rather see a mother feed her children with foodstamps as to pay off a bribe over her kid being gay!
Okay glad you clarified that for me.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#127 Jan 28, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
Maybe we should worry about $500 Million in welfare to a multibillion dollar highly profitable organization, as opposed to somewhere, someone, is cashing a $238 check.
The day at the Georgia Dome was special. For the first time, I was a guest in one of the Dome's suites to watch the game, courtesy of a great friend who is someone I know well outside of politics. These suites are much of the focus in the desire to replace the current facility with a new one.
Georgia taxpayers are being asked to back $300 million in new bonds that will be paid with Atlanta hotel/motel tax dollars between now and 2050. They're also being asked to waive sales taxes on construction materials. And to buy the land for the new stadium. And to make traffic infrastructure improvements around the area of construction. A half-billion dollars is a nice, round number that taxpayers should use when looking at their total contribution for this gift to the Falcons and their owner, Arthur Blank.
SEC Commissioner Mike Slive gave glowing praise to the existing facility this past week in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, saying "the Georgia Dome has been terrific for us. The facility has been good and the Dome staff is really superb. And having the proximity of the World Congress Center so that we can have our FanFare running in conjunction with the game, that has become very popular. It's that, plus the fact Atlanta is an easy city to get to. And we are looking forward to continuing on, even beyond our current contract."
While a new stadium would be shiny and a presumed upgrade, the package offered by Atlanta includes a relatively new domed stadium attached to a world-class convention center, all surrounded by a convention and tourism district with restaurants and attractions for out-of-town guests.
All of that already exists today, without the additional half-billion dollars of taxpayer money set to be earmarked to benefit one taxpayer -- Arthur Blank.
You would think that money would be better spent on improving the roads in the state. But that is just my opinion.
Kingdom Come

Dawsonville, GA

#128 Jan 28, 2013
turniptown wrote:
<quoted text>Okay glad you clarified that for me.
Not a problem with doing so. Good Day.:-)
Wendy Daze Weather Woman

Blairsville, GA

#129 Jan 28, 2013
Evidently you haven't looked for a job in a while. Although, with 990 posts, you must have a lot of free time.

Everything is done online. You can't just pop-in for a visit or do follow up visits or calls, if you do you are greeted with, "leave your name and number and someone will get back to you."

As for sleeping with the boss and who your "daddy" is, in this town, you really are clueless.

All you good Jesus folks should be praying and helping the needy, not judging and gossiping about it online.

Haters gonna Hate

“Optimism”

Since: Dec 12

Blairsville, GA

#130 Jan 28, 2013
Wendy Daze Weather Woman wrote:
Evidently you haven't looked for a job in a while. Although, with 990 posts, you must have a lot of free time.
Everything is done online. You can't just pop-in for a visit or do follow up visits or calls, if you do you are greeted with, "leave your name and number and someone will get back to you."
As for sleeping with the boss and who your "daddy" is, in this town, you really are clueless.
All you good Jesus folks should be praying and helping the needy, not judging and gossiping about it online.
Haters gonna Hate
Hi woman, TOWN stated he is a boss. He either is or has invented boss of Topix in the mind. A limo picks him up for work or his butler is at his every call while he watches him workers by hidden camera. He made all those posts telling us about obtaining a job online. He makes a lot of money and believes everyone here in the county or beneath him gets food stamps. Just bringing you up to date if you have not had time to read this forum.
Laurel Wood

Dacula, GA

#131 Jan 29, 2013
Penelope Ruth wrote:
<quoted text>Hi woman, TOWN stated he is a boss. He either is or has invented boss of Topix in the mind. A limo picks him up for work or his butler is at his every call while he watches him workers by hidden camera. He made all those posts telling us about obtaining a job online. He makes a lot of money and believes everyone here in the county or beneath him gets food stamps. Just bringing you up to date if you have not had time to read this forum.
P R don't talk about my favorite turnip! He and I disagreed at one time but now oh he just emits nothing but intelligence. He may be rich and a bit bossy but but but........
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#132 Jan 29, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
Maybe we should worry about $500 Million in welfare to a multibillion dollar highly profitable organization, as opposed to somewhere, someone, is cashing a $238 check.
The day at the Georgia Dome was special. For the first time, I was a guest in one of the Dome's suites to watch the game, courtesy of a great friend who is someone I know well outside of politics. These suites are much of the focus in the desire to replace the current facility with a new one.
Georgia taxpayers are being asked to back $300 million in new bonds that will be paid with Atlanta hotel/motel tax dollars between now and 2050. They're also being asked to waive sales taxes on construction materials. And to buy the land for the new stadium. And to make traffic infrastructure improvements around the area of construction. A half-billion dollars is a nice, round number that taxpayers should use when looking at their total contribution for this gift to the Falcons and their owner, Arthur Blank.
SEC Commissioner Mike Slive gave glowing praise to the existing facility this past week in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, saying "the Georgia Dome has been terrific for us. The facility has been good and the Dome staff is really superb. And having the proximity of the World Congress Center so that we can have our FanFare running in conjunction with the game, that has become very popular. It's that, plus the fact Atlanta is an easy city to get to. And we are looking forward to continuing on, even beyond our current contract."
While a new stadium would be shiny and a presumed upgrade, the package offered by Atlanta includes a relatively new domed stadium attached to a world-class convention center, all surrounded by a convention and tourism district with restaurants and attractions for out-of-town guests.
All of that already exists today, without the additional half-billion dollars of taxpayer money set to be earmarked to benefit one taxpayer -- Arthur Blank.
Good post. About time.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#133 Jan 29, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Good post. About time.
There's ice on the roads in hell today !!!
Zoltar

Dahlonega, GA

#134 Jan 29, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
There's ice on the roads in hell today !!!
Congratulations Informed!

I knew that all that dogged determination of yours would eventually pay off.

I assume now, you will print a copy of Bored's post and hang it on the wall with other awards you may have received over the years.

Job well done, sir.

Btw, that was a great post re the new stadium.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#135 Jan 30, 2013
Zoltar wrote:
<quoted text>Congratulations Informed!

I knew that all that dogged determination of yours would eventually pay off.

I assume now, you will print a copy of Bored's post and hang it on the wall with other awards you may have received over the years.

Job well done, sir.

Btw, that was a great post re the new stadium.
Can you believe it ?

My mean old Uncle Charlie, who reportedly headed due south upon his demise, must be wearing a parka !

It's going to hang right next to the bar complaint an opposing party made against me saying that I was a ruthless, uncompromising ass who only wanted to take as much as I could for my side".

I bet 'Ol Bored is a good guy/gal who has sharp sarcastic wit.

Thanks for the kind words, we all still bow to you as the epitome of good natured humor.

I
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#136 Jan 30, 2013
STUDY: U.S. Spends $59 Billion on Social Welfare…$92 Billion on Corporate Welfare

Mike Sinn for Think by Numbers questions if the government spends more on social welfare or corporate welfare. The GOP has attempted to turn the political discussion surrounding the upcoming election into a debate about President Obama and social welfare, while progressives have done the same with Mitt Romney and corporate welfare. But who is right!? There have got to be…facts…haven’t there!?

According to analyzed numbers from the year 2006, the government spends $59 billion (3% of its total budget) on social welfare and $92 billion (5% of total budget) on corporate welfare. Perhaps more interesting is that in 1996, when new welfare reforms were signed into law by President Bill Clinton, both caseloads AND child poverty significantly dropped, saving the government gobs of money.

Those pesky annoying facts.
the black rooster

Dawsonville, GA

#137 Jan 30, 2013
you think that is bad watch the circle K on the first of the month and see how many come from tanyard to buy there beer for the month but thay half to live in goverment houseing so thay can efford there beer thay should be happy I dont run that place the first time I saw someone buying beer Id throw them out on there cans.
Literate

Talladega, AL

#138 Jan 30, 2013
the black rooster wrote:
you think that is bad watch the circle K on the first of the month and see how many come from tanyard to buy there beer for the month but thay half to live in goverment houseing so thay can efford there beer thay should be happy I dont run that place the first time I saw someone buying beer Id throw them out on there cans.
I don't think you'll be having to worry about running anything, even a gas station with grammar like that.
Wendy Daze Weather Woman

Blairsville, GA

#139 Feb 8, 2013
Rooster better be running for his continuing education...

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