State taking away 3c's(4c's as some still say)

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Jonathan

Campbellsville, KY

#1 Feb 5, 2013
The issue with the Governor's email has been corrected. All emails were bounced back to senders asking that they enter the email into a web form on the Governor's website. We've linked our mailing system to the Governor's web form to ensure that won't happen again. Even if you submitted an email on the Governor's website please submit again. There are more details in this email that the Governor needs to see.

Yesterday the Cabinet of Health and Human Services announced deep cuts in child care assistance which would take effect in April. Everyone knows parents with young children need child care in order to work. Kentucky's economy is weak enough. Now is not the time to make it more difficult for parents to get and keep a job!
•Effective April 1, 2013 the state will not accept new applications from low income working families seeking assistance.
•Effective July 1, 2013 income eligibility for current participants will be dramatically reduced -- in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line to receive assistance (i.e, low wage workers would no longer receive assistance).

This can not happen if this does it will put parents out of work, they would not be able to afford to pay for childcare. If this happens daycares will be forced to close all across the state putting thousands more out of a job. What is this state thinking? If this happens the unemployment rate will double at the least. If you want to know of ways for you to sign a petition please leave your email and I will help. We can not sit and watch this take place, it is time to exercise our first amendment. Thank you
Low Info Voters

Elizabethtown, KY

#2 Feb 5, 2013
Welcome to Obama World.
Jonathan wrote:
The issue with the Governor's email has been corrected. All emails were bounced back to senders asking that they enter the email into a web form on the Governor's website. We've linked our mailing system to the Governor's web form to ensure that won't happen again. Even if you submitted an email on the Governor's website please submit again. There are more details in this email that the Governor needs to see.
Yesterday the Cabinet of Health and Human Services announced deep cuts in child care assistance which would take effect in April. Everyone knows parents with young children need child care in order to work. Kentucky's economy is weak enough. Now is not the time to make it more difficult for parents to get and keep a job!
•Effective April 1, 2013 the state will not accept new applications from low income working families seeking assistance.
•Effective July 1, 2013 income eligibility for current participants will be dramatically reduced -- in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line to receive assistance (i.e, low wage workers would no longer receive assistance).
This can not happen if this does it will put parents out of work, they would not be able to afford to pay for childcare. If this happens daycares will be forced to close all across the state putting thousands more out of a job. What is this state thinking? If this happens the unemployment rate will double at the least. If you want to know of ways for you to sign a petition please leave your email and I will help. We can not sit and watch this take place, it is time to exercise our first amendment. Thank you
Working Hard

Frankfort, KY

#3 Feb 5, 2013
Jonathan wrote:
The issue with the Governor's email has been corrected. All emails were bounced back to senders asking that they enter the email into a web form on the Governor's website. We've linked our mailing system to the Governor's web form to ensure that won't happen again. Even if you submitted an email on the Governor's website please submit again. There are more details in this email that the Governor needs to see.
Yesterday the Cabinet of Health and Human Services announced deep cuts in child care assistance which would take effect in April. Everyone knows parents with young children need child care in order to work. Kentucky's economy is weak enough. Now is not the time to make it more difficult for parents to get and keep a job!
•Effective April 1, 2013 the state will not accept new applications from low income working families seeking assistance.
•Effective July 1, 2013 income eligibility for current participants will be dramatically reduced -- in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line to receive assistance (i.e, low wage workers would no longer receive assistance).
This can not happen if this does it will put parents out of work, they would not be able to afford to pay for childcare. If this happens daycares will be forced to close all across the state putting thousands more out of a job. What is this state thinking? If this happens the unemployment rate will double at the least. If you want to know of ways for you to sign a petition please leave your email and I will help. We can not sit and watch this take place, it is time to exercise our first amendment. Thank you
Let'em find a second job like I do!!!! No free handouts! "in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line"...heck I work a good job and still have to struggle to make ends meet because of having to pay for some lazy people to lay around, watching Jerry Springer, talking on their free cell phone, enjoying their heating assistance, eating whatever they want and having babies so that they can get a free check and health care! Again NO FREE HANDOUTS!!!!!!!!
whatever

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Feb 5, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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Let'em find a second job like I do!!!! No free handouts! "in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line"...heck I work a good job and still have to struggle to make ends meet because of having to pay for some lazy people to lay around, watching Jerry Springer, talking on their free cell phone, enjoying their heating assistance, eating whatever they want and having babies so that they can get a free check and health care! Again NO FREE HANDOUTS!!!!!!!!
And who is going to watch the kids when they are at their second job? Child care is so expensive even a second job wouldn't cover it, on top of the fact they will charge extra for more time if they agree to have the child.more than 50 hrs a week. My kids are older now but I could not have worked or attended school without the help of the state and I am very grateful for it. I'm not saying people don't abuse the system and that is sad, I'm saying not everyone is out there for a free handout!
Jonathan

Hodgenville, KY

#6 Feb 5, 2013
Low Info Voters wrote:
Welcome to Obama World.
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My friend this has nothing to do with Obama, this decision is all Kentucky and our lovely Govenor
Jonathan

Hodgenville, KY

#7 Feb 5, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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Let'em find a second job like I do!!!! No free handouts! "in fact, families would have to live below the poverty line"...heck I work a good job and still have to struggle to make ends meet because of having to pay for some lazy people to lay around, watching Jerry Springer, talking on their free cell phone, enjoying their heating assistance, eating whatever they want and having babies so that they can get a free check and health care! Again NO FREE HANDOUTS!!!!!!!!
My friend they do not give childcare assistance to those that sit at home and watch Jerry Springer. If you dont have a job they dont give you assistance
Working Hard

Frankfort, KY

#8 Feb 5, 2013
Jonathan wrote:
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My friend they do not give childcare assistance to those that sit at home and watch Jerry Springer. If you dont have a job they dont give you assistance
So all these people sitting at home are not getting assistance? Whoo Hoo we can stop welfare!!!!! You ARE stuck in a small hole aren't you? LOL
Kinda strange

Nashville, TN

#9 Feb 5, 2013
your generation always wants help, think its cute to have a bunch of kids and then expect everything to be handed to you. i bet you got your i phone dont you?
really

Chicago, IL

#10 Feb 5, 2013
Jonathan wrote:
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My friend this has nothing to do with Obama, this decision is all Kentucky and our lovely Govenor
It's actually happening nationwide
really

Chicago, IL

#11 Feb 5, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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So all these people sitting at home are not getting assistance? Whoo Hoo we can stop welfare!!!!! You ARE stuck in a small hole aren't you? LOL
I believe he meant people that don't work don't get help with child care. Welfare has nothing to do with this topic
abc

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Feb 5, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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So all these people sitting at home are not getting assistance? Whoo Hoo we can stop welfare!!!!! You ARE stuck in a small hole aren't you? LOL
You do not get childcare assistance if you are sitting at home idiot! Yes, I receive assistance with childcare but my husband and I still pay 300 a month WITH assistance! So, do not group everyone together saying that everyone who gets assistance is lazy! My husband and I were both in college when we had our twins and we still are! So we are NOT sitting at home getting assistance. Ignorant!
Jonathan

Campbellsville, KY

#13 Feb 5, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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So all these people sitting at home are not getting assistance? Whoo Hoo we can stop welfare!!!!! You ARE stuck in a small hole aren't you? LOL
I guess you can say I am in a small hole, I am a certified EMT, as well as I have an associate degree in criminal justice, my wife has her associate in medical code and billing, we are foster parents and we own a daycare. I do not receive welfare or assistance but I see the faces of single mothers doing all they can to put food on the table, I see grandparents that raise their grandkids because their kids have died. I see the faces of so many people that could not be anywhere if they didnt receive some type of help. I see the faces of my workers who have been loyal to my wife for many years that depend on a check for their children. But at the same time I see the government taking so much away from everyday people that it is going to be real bad, because so many people are afraid to speak out, so many people form ignorant opinions on something to try and bring others down to make them feel good about themselves. So welcome to the hole I am stuck in, the only difference between my hole and your hole I am not afraid to speak my voice, I am not afraid to speak out for all those people out there that this will affect. I will not sit and watch this happen without my voice, and if it does I will do what I can to still provide services to all my great parents that work everyday to provide for their children, all my great employees that faithfully show up to work and take care of the kids like they are their own. So before you think you know what you are saying you ought to reconsider my friend.
Jonathan

Campbellsville, KY

#14 Feb 5, 2013
really wrote:
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It's actually happening nationwide
Oh wait you used the word "actually" you must know what you are talking about. My bad.
Jonathan

Campbellsville, KY

#15 Feb 5, 2013
abc wrote:
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You do not get childcare assistance if you are sitting at home idiot! Yes, I receive assistance with childcare but my husband and I still pay 300 a month WITH assistance! So, do not group everyone together saying that everyone who gets assistance is lazy! My husband and I were both in college when we had our twins and we still are! So we are NOT sitting at home getting assistance. Ignorant!
You and your husband are both wonderful parents and you are right people are ignorant
one and only

Vine Grove, KY

#16 Feb 5, 2013
I really don't get it. I am a 25 year old mother of 3 and my fiance is 29. He has a decent job and by decent I mean it's not minimal wage and it's not high paid. We would be ur typical middle class family. I am a stay at home mom and we own our own home and own decent vehicles. We do not receive assistance but we get by Well. BECAUSE we live within our means. We don't rack up debt on expensive vehicles nor have granite and hardwood in our home. But we have a rather decent size home with 4 bedrooms and a large lot in etown. We don't splurge on fancy new tech gadgets or anything like that. We had our first baby when I was 17 and he was 21. Again no help. If more people focused on living within their means or below them they would find themselves alot better off. I understand there are a few who really need the help like single mother's and father's and the other parent does not contribute or hardly does. But in that situation remember u picked that person to sleep with. If they were good enough to sleep with then they are good enough to reap the consequences.
well

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Feb 5, 2013
thats what people get for voting brasier back in, i didnt vote for him
well

Elizabethtown, KY

#18 Feb 5, 2013
well, shoulkd not have voted for obama or steve brashear people, i know i didnt, but i guess everyone can rest easy knowing that gay rights will move forward at the expense of normal families
well

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Feb 5, 2013
one and only wrote:
I really don't get it. I am a 25 year old mother of 3 and my fiance is 29. He has a decent job and by decent I mean it's not minimal wage and it's not high paid. We would be ur typical middle class family. I am a stay at home mom and we own our own home and own decent vehicles. We do not receive assistance but we get by Well. BECAUSE we live within our means. We don't rack up debt on expensive vehicles nor have granite and hardwood in our home. But we have a rather decent size home with 4 bedrooms and a large lot in etown. We don't splurge on fancy new tech gadgets or anything like that. We had our first baby when I was 17 and he was 21. Again no help. If more people focused on living within their means or below them they would find themselves alot better off. I understand there are a few who really need the help like single mother's and father's and the other parent does not contribute or hardly does. But in that situation remember u picked that person to sleep with. If they were good enough to sleep with then they are good enough to reap the consequences.
uhm, you are clueless. everything is sky high, even if you try to live in your means it doesnt make up for the exorbiant prices we have in our day
abc

Elizabethtown, KY

#20 Feb 5, 2013
one and only wrote:
I really don't get it. I am a 25 year old mother of 3 and my fiance is 29. He has a decent job and by decent I mean it's not minimal wage and it's not high paid. We would be ur typical middle class family. I am a stay at home mom and we own our own home and own decent vehicles. We do not receive assistance but we get by Well. BECAUSE we live within our means. We don't rack up debt on expensive vehicles nor have granite and hardwood in our home. But we have a rather decent size home with 4 bedrooms and a large lot in etown. We don't splurge on fancy new tech gadgets or anything like that. We had our first baby when I was 17 and he was 21. Again no help. If more people focused on living within their means or below them they would find themselves alot better off. I understand there are a few who really need the help like single mother's and father's and the other parent does not contribute or hardly does. But in that situation remember u picked that person to sleep with. If they were good enough to sleep with then they are good enough to reap the consequences.
You just said you are a STAY AT HOME MOME!!! Not everyone can afford to stay at home!Just because my husband and I both have to work does not mean we live outside of our means. Don't expect everyone to have your comfy little situation. If you were so perfect you wouldn't be calling someone you had a kid with when you were 17 your FIANCE'!!! You would be calling him your HUSBAND!
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#21 Feb 5, 2013
Low Info Voters wrote:
Welcome to Obama World.
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He blames a State budget shortfall for a social program on Obama...the name "Low Info Voters" fits him well.

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