Top 10 Farmers who get Welfare in the...

Top 10 Farmers who get Welfare in the Sayre, OK area

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Tax Payer

Topeka, KS

#1 Apr 6, 2008
1 Mark Damron Sayre, OK 73662 $ 385,840
2 Glynn Stringer Sayre, OK 73662 $ 220,994
3 Brian Silk Sayre, OK 73662 $ 150,556
4 Sandra Silk Sayre, OK 73662 $ 149,180
5 Keith Robertson Sayre, OK 73662 $ 141,920
6 Karen Stringer Sayre, OK 73662 $ 130,033
7 Ray Bills And Mary Bills Revocable Trust Sayre, OK 73662 $ 122,989
8 Phillips & Phillips Farms Sayre, OK 73662 $ 120,952
9 Jack Damron Sayre, OK 73662 $ 103,556
10 C C Killian Sayre, OK 73662 $ 102,033
passed thru

Clinton, OK

#2 Apr 7, 2008
very interesting. thank you. keep up the good work.
Big Spender Tax Payer

AOL

#3 Apr 7, 2008
Erick top 5 zip 73645
1. Mattie Gail Thompson $597,615
2. Gale Thompson 313,680
Thompson total 911,295
3. Danny Miller 256,012
4. Dennis Miller 228,203
5. Darrel Gamble 224,723

GOD Bless America for its' handouts - reckon the Chinese will be so gracious?
you must be kidding

Clinton, OK

#4 Apr 12, 2008
Almost a million dollars of taxpayers' money to two people in Erick! That's horrifying! Everybody I know in this area seems to have to work several jobs just to make a living. Now you tell us our taxes are going to make these people richer?
Big Spender Tax Payer

AOL

#5 Apr 12, 2008
Man and Wife - you can bet they look down their blue noses at the food stampers, Temporary Assistance recipients, low income public housing recipients, etc when in fact it is all Government welfare.

Let your boys in Congress know your fed up. Lucas of course is in hip pocket of subsidy sucking bunch!
fnidiots

Camargo, OK

#6 Apr 14, 2008
You ppl have not a clue! Do you like to eat? How about clothes? Or do you just want to start a nudist colony and try to be self sufficent. Without american farmers who HAVE to sign up in government programs to farm, you would be a ravenous pack of incestual children of satan... ha ha ha aha
tax payer

Clinton, OK

#7 Apr 14, 2008
fnidiots wrote:
You ppl have not a clue! Do you like to eat? How about clothes? Or do you just want to start a nudist colony and try to be self sufficent. Without american farmers who HAVE to sign up in government programs to farm, you would be a ravenous pack of incestual children of satan... ha ha ha aha
Why do they have to sign up for charity? The American way is that the people who have the best product get rewarded for that. These people are getting paid for NOT farming. Get real.
farmboy

United States

#8 Apr 16, 2008
Well once again people from the city are ready to linch the farmers for that so called wefare check. I would like to present you with a few facts not shown in this poor excuse for a public forum. Any and all of you tax payers are eligible for these payments. All you have to do is go to your local lending insitution, borrow a meer 3 to 4 million dollars for some farm land, an irrigation system, a couple of tractors, which by the way can cost up to a quarter million a piece, and don't forget all the dozen or more implements. When you get that first 4 million spent you can go by the next bank and borrow the money to buy diesel, seed, fertilizer, and chemicals. Don't forget, you have to buy your own health care insurance, your own car insurance, pay all your utilites, and eat, all on one paycheck a year. Now plant your crop and hope like hell there is no hail, flood, fire, insects, sandstorms, or people that destroy it. Now if you do make a crop pray that the market has not been supressed by some third party intrest group such as PETA, a record crop in some other country, or heaven forbid a decent crop here in the good old USA. If you get through it all you are welcome to get a piece of that "welfare", if your unwilling to make a 4 million dollar gamble then shut and eat that four coarse meal that you have infront of you that cost a meer 10 bucks. You must remember that without farm subsidies the same meal would cost you at least a 100 dollar bill. By the way, have you ever hear the old addige that states, "Don't cuse a farmer with your mouth full!"
questioner

Clinton, OK

#9 Apr 18, 2008
farmboy wrote:
Well once again people from the city are ready to linch the farmers for that so called wefare check. I would like to present you with a few facts not shown in this poor excuse for a public forum. Any and all of you tax payers are eligible for these payments. All you have to do is go to your local lending insitution, borrow a meer 3 to 4 million dollars for some farm land, an irrigation system, a couple of tractors, which by the way can cost up to a quarter million a piece, and don't forget all the dozen or more implements. When you get that first 4 million spent you can go by the next bank and borrow the money to buy diesel, seed, fertilizer, and chemicals. Don't forget, you have to buy your own health care insurance, your own car insurance, pay all your utilites, and eat, all on one paycheck a year. Now plant your crop and hope like hell there is no hail, flood, fire, insects, sandstorms, or people that destroy it. Now if you do make a crop pray that the market has not been supressed by some third party intrest group such as PETA, a record crop in some other country, or heaven forbid a decent crop here in the good old USA. If you get through it all you are welcome to get a piece of that "welfare", if your unwilling to make a 4 million dollar gamble then shut and eat that four coarse meal that you have infront of you that cost a meer 10 bucks. You must remember that without farm subsidies the same meal would cost you at least a 100 dollar bill. By the way, have you ever hear the old addige that states, "Don't cuse a farmer with your mouth full!"
Will you please let me know how you arrived at the statement "without farm sutsidies the same meal would cost at least a 100 dollar bill"? Just saying it doesn't make it so. so, tell me, where did you get that particular piece of information?
tax payer also

Clinton, OK

#10 Apr 19, 2008
Farmboy makes some good points about the investment required of farmers, but loses his credibility toward the end with all that stuff about "without subsidies the meal would cost 10 bucks." Stay with what you know, Farmboy.
watching my home town

Rockwall, TX

#11 Apr 19, 2008
I'm sure these folks worked really hard to be born into the right families. Maybe they are just generations of strategic marriage. Look on the bright side, they can afford to employ the working poor.

With Frank Lucas, the once humble son of a mill grain owner- what do you expect? D. C. is really sweet for the folks who ride his coat-tails too.

I see that Cheyenne has a place where people of plenty can give to others. It's a start. Kudoo's to Mary B.. It is also good to see the Babtist and the Methodists getting along better.

I like your style. Keep it up.
fnidiots wrote:
You ppl have not a clue! Do you like to eat? How about clothes? Or do you just want to start a nudist colony and try to be self sufficent. Without american farmers who HAVE to sign up in government programs to farm, you would be a ravenous pack of incestual children of satan... ha ha ha aha
enquirer

Clinton, OK

#12 Apr 20, 2008
farmboy wrote:
Well once again people from the city are ready to linch the farmers for that so called wefare check. I would like to present you with a few facts not shown in this poor excuse for a public forum. Any and all of you tax payers are eligible for these payments. All you have to do is go to your local lending insitution, borrow a meer 3 to 4 million dollars for some farm land, an irrigation system, a couple of tractors, which by the way can cost up to a quarter million a piece, and don't forget all the dozen or more implements. When you get that first 4 million spent you can go by the next bank and borrow the money to buy diesel, seed, fertilizer, and chemicals. Don't forget, you have to buy your own health care insurance, your own car insurance, pay all your utilites, and eat, all on one paycheck a year. Now plant your crop and hope like hell there is no hail, flood, fire, insects, sandstorms, or people that destroy it. Now if you do make a crop pray that the market has not been supressed by some third party intrest group such as PETA, a record crop in some other country, or heaven forbid a decent crop here in the good old USA. If you get through it all you are welcome to get a piece of that "welfare", if your unwilling to make a 4 million dollar gamble then shut and eat that four coarse meal that you have infront of you that cost a meer 10 bucks. You must remember that without farm subsidies the same meal would cost you at least a 100 dollar bill. By the way, have you ever hear the old addige that states, "Don't cuse a farmer with your mouth full!"
How much farming does the couple that got almost a million dollars of taxpayer money actually do? Are they producing food?
former kadena resident

United States

#13 Apr 22, 2008
enquirer wrote:
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How much farming does the couple that got almost a million dollars of taxpayer money actually do? Are they producing food?
Maybe post this question in the Erick forum...I do hope it gets answered.
farmer

United States

#14 Apr 28, 2008
you must be kidding wrote:
Almost a million dollars of taxpayers' money to two people in Erick! That's horrifying! Everybody I know in this area seems to have to work several jobs just to make a living. Now you tell us our taxes are going to make these people richer?
I dont know why you are saying anything when you probably dont even know these people. I happen to know them and they worked very very hard to get where they are. In fact I know almost every farmer on the lists and they all deserve that money. They work hard
Sayre voter

Clinton, OK

#15 Apr 29, 2008
farmer wrote:
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I dont know why you are saying anything when you probably dont even know these people. I happen to know them and they worked very very hard to get where they are. In fact I know almost every farmer on the lists and they all deserve that money. They work hard
Puh-leeze! Nobody DESERVES almost $400,000 for NOT farming.
Tax Payer

Topeka, KS

#16 May 3, 2008
farmer wrote:
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I dont know why you are saying anything when you probably dont even know these people. I happen to know them and they worked very very hard to get where they are. In fact I know almost every farmer on the lists and they all deserve that money. They work hard
They don't deserve it, it is Welfare, if it is given to you through goverment program you don't deserve it, YOUR ON WELFARE. Farmers are some of the laziest people around, they watch thier crops grow from the coffee shop. Farmer you are related to Welfare Socialist!
objective observer

Clinton, OK

#17 May 3, 2008
farmer wrote:
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I dont know why you are saying anything when you probably dont even know these people. I happen to know them and they worked very very hard to get where they are. In fact I know almost every farmer on the lists and they all deserve that money. They work hard
NOBODY DESERVES THAT KIND OF HAND-OUT. Why don't you make the rounds of the coffee shops and see all those hard-working farmers. Or are you one of them. Bet nobody else will take up for them.
reading and thinking

Clinton, OK

#18 May 9, 2008
objective observer wrote:
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NOBODY DESERVES THAT KIND OF HAND-OUT. Why don't you make the rounds of the coffee shops and see all those hard-working farmers. Or are you one of them. Bet nobody else will take up for them.
Looks like you are right - nobody taking up for them.
uknowme08

Camargo, OK

#19 May 16, 2008
I was in the fsa office and asked how do these people get that much money when I have heard that there is a $50000 limit to subsidies,I was told by joe burch that the majority of the money that shows up on these, is in the form of government regulated loans against the crops produced, that money is paid back when the crop is sold at a later date, along with storage fees. So if a farmer prduces a 100,000 dollar crop and puts it in the loan program, to sell later, suppose he sells it 6 months later for a 110,000 he repays the loan plus the storage fees and makes a profit of 10000 but it shows up here as a 100,000 "welfare check" for all to debate the validity of it. I recieve no fsa payments but thought maybe all the people on here who think they know it all, might need to hear the truth, not that it will stop the gossip, probably just feed it more. The reason the gov has these programs is because the us allows world wide supplies of food and fiber, they make it impossible to complete with 2 dollar a day labor in mexico and china, but by contrast we all enjoy the cheap wal-mart stuff from china, mexico and tiawan, but those things are taxed during import to pay for all the other gov programs, wars and true welfare. The gov. does this so we can produce at least of our needs here instead of importing all our food, we see how importing all our fuel has worked out, would you like to see your food prices 4 times what they were 10 years ago as well?
wondering

Clinton, OK

#20 May 18, 2008
uknowme08 wrote:
I was in the fsa office and asked how do these people get that much money when I have heard that there is a $50000 limit to subsidies,I was told by joe burch that the majority of the money that shows up on these, is in the form of government regulated loans against the crops produced, that money is paid back when the crop is sold at a later date, along with storage fees. So if a farmer prduces a 100,000 dollar crop and puts it in the loan program, to sell later, suppose he sells it 6 months later for a 110,000 he repays the loan plus the storage fees and makes a profit of 10000 but it shows up here as a 100,000 "welfare check" for all to debate the validity of it. I recieve no fsa payments but thought maybe all the people on here who think they know it all, might need to hear the truth, not that it will stop the gossip, probably just feed it more. The reason the gov has these programs is because the us allows world wide supplies of food and fiber, they make it impossible to complete with 2 dollar a day labor in mexico and china, but by contrast we all enjoy the cheap wal-mart stuff from china, mexico and tiawan, but those things are taxed during import to pay for all the other gov programs, wars and true welfare. The gov. does this so we can produce at least of our needs here instead of importing all our food, we see how importing all our fuel has worked out, would you like to see your food prices 4 times what they were 10 years ago as well?
Would Joe Burch have a job if the farmers weren't getting welfare? Might it be influencing his opinions and views that his own job depends on hand-outs for farmers?

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