State taking away 3c's(4c's as some s...
one and only

Elizabethtown, KY

#22 Feb 5, 2013
well wrote:
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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
Nd like I said he doesn't have the greatest job in the world. He works in a factory taking care of five. But the last time I checked we pay the same prices as everyone else.
one and only

Elizabethtown, KY

#23 Feb 5, 2013
abc wrote:
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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!
did I say we were perfect? No but apparently we are smarter with our money than the some. And what is a marriage now days. Not really a whole lot anymore. Yeah we plan to get married. Still saving for that special day retard. Buti don't think our title has anything to do with our financial situation. Tell ur husband to go work at Akebono and put more meat on the table because apparently ur a little insecure with ur financial responsibilities
really

United States

#24 Feb 5, 2013
Jonathan wrote:
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Oh wait you used the word "actually" you must know what you are talking about. My bad.
Idiot I was just saying it's not just in Kentucky. I was told by someone at the childcare council that it was federal so I looked into it and a lot of states are a lot worse off than us but you can go throw yourself off of a cliff for being a prick...
low information voter

Columbia, KY

#25 Feb 5, 2013
Your Stimulus Dollars at work,give states the handout so they will support obummer and then yank the dollars when they dont need the voter anymore...
The cabinet has been able to plug $59.3 million in state cuts since 2009 with a combination of federal stimulus dollars, other federal money and general cost-saving measures. But the federal dollars used to offset those cuts have been depleted, said Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Audrey Tayse Haynes

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/01/29/2495359/ch...
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#26 Feb 5, 2013
low information voter wrote:
Your Stimulus Dollars at work,give states the handout so they will support obummer and then yank the dollars when they dont need the voter anymore...
The cabinet has been able to plug $59.3 million in state cuts since 2009 with a combination of federal stimulus dollars, other federal money and general cost-saving measures. But the federal dollars used to offset those cuts have been depleted, said Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Audrey Tayse Haynes
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/01/29/2495359/ch...
Seems like I recall "obummer" and his economists wanting the stimulus to be much larger...so I guess you'd have to say it was Congress that "yanked" the other half of the stimulus away. Plus, if obummer gave KY stimulus money to get our vote, he failed miserably, losing by 40% in the election. If you'd had your way, this program would have been broke in 2008, not 2013.
just me

Elizabethtown, KY

#27 Feb 5, 2013
Well my opinion is if you can't afford children. You shouldn't reproduce plain and simple
The truth

Louisville, KY

#28 Feb 5, 2013
So the mexican's can have it. That's it they want slaves to do the dirty job's. You people better be careful what you wish for.
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#29 Feb 5, 2013
The truth wrote:
So the mexican's can have it. That's it they want slaves to do the dirty job's. You people better be careful what you wish for.
Slaves for all jobs, not just the dirty ones. I literally laughed out loud at the woman above bragging about her husband's Akebono job; she herself was one auto bailout from being broke, and now she has the audacity to look down on someone else struggling.
The truth

Louisville, KY

#30 Feb 5, 2013
Until the gov't get's serious about bringing job's back to America. With a decent wage,and taking care of our own. The austerity measures will continue until everyone feels it.
A Single Mom

Radcliff, KY

#31 Feb 5, 2013
I have to stay that I am amazed by people and their opinions. I have been on 4c's for a year. When my sons father and I split up I could no longer stay home with my son. I work a decent 40 hour job noe. I am in the process of getting a better job but the only assistance I have had help with is daycare. I have no family here and in September I will be charged almost $600 a month in daycare fees. That is more than my rent. I have no idea what I will do. I do not sit on my butt. I work hard and the time I have off I spend with my son and working on my bachelors degree. For all of you that say 4Cs is a handout, try considering peoples situations. I never expected to be a single mother raising her son by herself.
one and only

Elizabethtown, KY

#32 Feb 5, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Slaves for all jobs, not just the dirty ones. I literally laughed out loud at the woman above bragging about her husband's Akebono job; she herself was one auto bailout from being broke, and now she has the audacity to look down on someone else struggling.
did I say it was a great place or bragging???? Nope I said he made decent money and didn't start working there until they were bought out and they bought Bosch thank u! But that job takes care of 5 of us. But apparently if two people can't make it on what they make then the man need to find a better job. As I've always been taught a man provides till no end for his family regardless the hours blood sweat and tears.It is nice to have the woman contribute financially but the words of we couldn't make it without her working should never cross his lips.

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#33 Feb 5, 2013
We, Americans, are spoiled and take so much for granted!!! If it wasn't so easy to get assistance and we had to figure out how to survive on our own, I'm sure we would all make better choices. Maybe we would not be so quick to have sex with some one or take relationships a little slower. Whining about how the government is not going to help with something that is ultimately your responsibility on one hand and then on the other hand wanting to not be controlled by the government!! Makes no sense to me!! Gimme gimme!! Too many Americans wanting the easy way out!! Grow up people! If you need assistance for a short time to get in your feet, fine! Living on assistance is not a lifestyle!!
Working Hard

Frankfort, KY

#34 Feb 6, 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.
AMEN!!!! My wife and I don't have fancy things either. We scrimp each and every month just to get by. We could attempt to get assistance but figure we can do something else to make ends meet. One of our vehicles is over 8 years old, mine is over 19 years old. They get us to and from our jobs. I'd be willing to bet that the person who said they owned a daycare won't say how much they receive from the federal government! If they are sooooo concerned about single and/or struggling parents, let them pass on some of that government money! Stop your crying, tighten your budget and do whatever it takes. Oh and to the one who made a comment that assistance isn't welfare...what is it then moron?
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#35 Feb 6, 2013
i tried to tell everyone a couple of years back.....get out of debt,try your best not to depend on assistance,work two jobs to pay stuff off. i simply said, to prepare for a life with less government assistance. i was told that i was hateful,clueless,mean,heartles s...ect. the problem is that it is going to get worse before it gets better. the money is simply no longer there.
i wasnt trying to be mean by pointing that out then,or now.
Jonathan

Elizabethtown, KY

#36 Feb 6, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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AMEN!!!! My wife and I don't have fancy things either. We scrimp each and every month just to get by. We could attempt to get assistance but figure we can do something else to make ends meet. One of our vehicles is over 8 years old, mine is over 19 years old. They get us to and from our jobs. I'd be willing to bet that the person who said they owned a daycare won't say how much they receive from the federal government! If they are sooooo concerned about single and/or struggling parents, let them pass on some of that government money! Stop your crying, tighten your budget and do whatever it takes. Oh and to the one who made a comment that assistance isn't welfare...what is it then moron?
I make just as much as someone working a 9-5 job maybe even less, my wife and I are in the business to help people that is why all my cash people I cut them great deals to give them a break, that is why I give most of our parents more than ten hours a day if need to and not charge them. I don't charge a yearly enrollment fee. I do what every it takes to help people, we are in the business to help not collect money. And the little money we do make uncle sam takes most of it. Being a small business owner doesn't mean your rich, I live the same as the next person.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#37 Feb 6, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Seems like I recall "obummer" and his economists wanting the stimulus to be much larger...so I guess you'd have to say it was Congress that "yanked" the other half of the stimulus away. Plus, if obummer gave KY stimulus money to get our vote, he failed miserably, losing by 40% in the election. If you'd had your way, this program would have been broke in 2008, not 2013.
a "stimulus" to grow government doesnt,and wont generate revenue. pumping money into government programs only last as long as the money does.....guess what,the money is gone and generated nothing! when will you progressives understand that? is that the progressive stance now? that it wasnt enough?
you generate revenue by pumping money into companies. having said that, you also have to control crony capitalism. right now we have the worst of both worlds....big government spending,and crony capitalism.
the point,you can only blame republicans for 50% of the budget problems at this point and time. im not understanding where you think this money is coming from?
Working Hard

Frankfort, KY

#38 Feb 6, 2013
Jonathan wrote:
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I make just as much as someone working a 9-5 job maybe even less, my wife and I are in the business to help people that is why all my cash people I cut them great deals to give them a break, that is why I give most of our parents more than ten hours a day if need to and not charge them. I don't charge a yearly enrollment fee. I do what every it takes to help people, we are in the business to help not collect money. And the little money we do make uncle sam takes most of it. Being a small business owner doesn't mean your rich, I live the same as the next person.
LOL like I said, you're not going to reveal how much you receive from the government in subsidies. I didn't say you were rich but I'm guessing your in the upper middle class or lower upper??? You said you were in the business to "help people" and "to give them a break" then my question is how do you stay in business? Sounds to me like you're worried that you are going to lose your government handout! HAHAHAHAHAHA
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#39 Feb 6, 2013
The Point wrote:
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He blames a State budget shortfall for a social program on Obama...the name "Low Info Voters" fits him well.
well you claim that yankee states with budget shortfalls are sending kentucky money. i think you may be just as much of an uniformed voter as this guy.
btw, have you seen the massive migration of us citizens moving from the northeast to southern states?(it made national news) i wonder why? i thought voting for the socialist candidate created a utopia? i guess not? i bet those dumb bastards move down here and still vote democrat. ;)
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#40 Feb 6, 2013
Working Hard wrote:
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LOL like I said, you're not going to reveal how much you receive from the government in subsidies. I didn't say you were rich but I'm guessing your in the upper middle class or lower upper??? You said you were in the business to "help people" and "to give them a break" then my question is how do you stay in business? Sounds to me like you're worried that you are going to lose your government handout! HAHAHAHAHAHA
you are correct! he is worried about his government handout. his buisness would not survive without it...four c's , food programs ect. thats why he posted. im not saying he is right or wrong,but i am saying that the money is no longer there for either of you. finding a personal solution is the next step. making sacrifices, cutting personal budgets ect.
The Point

United States

#41 Feb 6, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>well you claim that yankee states with budget shortfalls are sending kentucky money. i think you may be just as much of an uniformed voter as this guy.
btw, have you seen the massive migration of us citizens moving from the northeast to southern states?(it made national news) i wonder why? i thought voting for the socialist candidate created a utopia? i guess not? i bet those dumb bastards move down here and still vote democrat. ;)
You read as well as you write. Yes, those states are sending more money to the Federal government than they receive...there is probably even a Fox infographic for you to look at on that one. The reason is because people like you don't have the pride/education to demand a living wage, and thus they have to pay your state to make up the difference/raise your kids. They wouldn't be running a deficit if their tax dollars stayed home. So, yeah, I could see why unskilled people in the North would migrate to the Southern Utopia where other people's money raises your kids. And, yet, all you can do is bite the hand that feeds and rail against the "gubmit" every day.

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