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The Point

United States

#42 Feb 6, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>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?
Perhaps you don't understand that the Federal "stimulus" is what kept State governments operating over the last 3+ years. Perhaps you don't understand that the Federal Government can create money but State governments cannot. Or perhaps you just don't give a sh$t if State governments go bankrupt and can't deliver vital services to their citizens. If that's the case, you're probably on the wrong thread...there's a revolution brewing in a bunker in Alabama that could have used your help...you could have guarded the five year old while Jimmy Ray fought off the tyrants.
Jonathan

Glasgow, KY

#43 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
Well my friend your guess is incorrect I am middle class, no more, no less. I stay in business because we provide quality care and people know that we cut good deals. I stay in business because we have alot of children enrolled and people know we offer great care for their children. And when this does happen I will continue to offer the same amount of care with the same amount of deals. I just know when it does happen it will be the begining of alot of bad things to come for our society. The purpose of this thread was not to debate who I am or what was going to hapen to me, but give the families the chance to speak out. It has already happened and will start in April. I just wanted people who wanted to speak out the chance to. Not prove anything to people that just want to be critical of others. I respect your opinion, however your opinion does not count for anything to me. I am here to do what I can to help others, you may say and feel whatever you want doesnt change the person I am today or will be tomorrow. Thank you for your response.
Jonathan

Glasgow, KY

#44 Feb 6, 2013
really wrote:
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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...
I respect your opinion of wanting me too jumping off a cliff, however I do not have that in my future plans at this time, but when I do I will let you know. Thank you very much for your kind words.
Mandy

United States

#45 Feb 6, 2013
one and only wrote:
<quoted text> 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.
Thats' great that you don't have to work, but stop judging families that have both parents working. My husband & I fell behind because he lost his job. He's been trying to get another one for almost a year now & nothing. We receive WIC only as I had a baby 9 months ago, but I just started getting that as I figured we wouldn't qualify. I pay for our families health care even though I was told I could probably get a medical card for our daughter. I don't want that & as soon as my husband gets hired somewhere then I will discontinue getting WIC. For you to judge someone & say the man should work while the woman stays home is ridiculous. Please move out of the 1950's. I was raised to always depend on myself & support myself. Yes I would love to stay home with my baby, but that isn't possible. Maybe with the next one, but I would make dang sure that we had plenty ins avings because you never know what could happen. What will happen to you all if your husband gets laid off as that company is known to do to people? Would you get a job to help out or make your husband try & get 2 jobs when it is hard to find the 1st one for some.?
What Crap

Frankfort, KY

#46 Feb 6, 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
This is not true. I know people that have social workers in their home that receive free daycare because for some reason they can't manage to "clean their house" or LOOK for "job" to pay their bills because they have no one to watch their children. Wish someone would have paid for me a "babysitter" when my kids were little while I cleaned my house and "attempted" to find a job. Big time BS
Jonathan

Glasgow, KY

#47 Feb 6, 2013
What Crap wrote:
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This is not true. I know people that have social workers in their home that receive free daycare because for some reason they can't manage to "clean their house" or LOOK for "job" to pay their bills because they have no one to watch their children. Wish someone would have paid for me a "babysitter" when my kids were little while I cleaned my house and "attempted" to find a job. Big time BS
Social workers and 3c's are two different areas. Social workers are not associated with the 3c's kids. Social workers have their own office for payments for children that might be in the system. 3c's will not approve you if you dont work. They say if your not working then you can watch your own kids, and I agree with that. So I know for sure that if you dont work you wont receive assistance from 3c's.
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#50 Feb 6, 2013
None wrote:
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The rise in women's rights have had a direct negative influence on traditional family values. Just because the woman stayed home to take care of the children while the man worked didn't mean that she was not equal. A single sex workplace has higher overall productivity also allowing employers to pay better wages. This compounded with the fact that there would be roughly half of the labor force that there is today would mean even higher pay due to worker demand. Basically if all women married with the intent of having/raising a family and being loyal to their partner household income could remain relatively the same with one worker as they are now with two.
Yeah, I'd like to see some research to back up that hypothesis. I'd propose that women (and children) were a significant part of the US labor force up until the mid 20th century and only left the force once unionization made single income families possible. It was the union busting of the 1980's and rise of imports in the 1990's that destroyed the single-income US family. That why they call it "privatizing gains, socializing losses"...once the unions were busted and cheap labor could be found anywhere in the world, it became the burden of the US tax payer to pick up everything the employer used to pay, from pensions to healthcare to daycare. The rise of income inequality in the US isn't a coincidence...through this transfer of responsibility, the transfer of wealth from workers to shareholders and middle class to upper class followed.
Mandy

Elizabethtown, KY

#51 Feb 6, 2013
Then why don't men stay home & raise the kids? There are plenty of women who make more money than their husbands. You can never tell what is going to happen un life.À husband can up & leave his wife & then she has no skills to get à job. Plus I don't know why you would think à same sex work environment is more productive. You get à bunch of men together & nothing gets done.
The truth

Louisville, KY

#52 Feb 6, 2013
Collapse is near. The signs are everywhere.
elieve a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#53 Feb 6, 2013
The Point wrote:
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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.
if all the states compared operated in the red in their budget how could anybody pay for anybody? if new york only paid in 1 $ for every 1.16 spent, and kentucky only paid in 1 $ for every 1.46 spent how did new york support kentucky? new york my have done better in the ratio,but if it still operated in the red how does it pay for anyone?
i would rather have bad writing skills and tell the whole truth, then write wonderfully and be a less than truthful communist fag!
to each his own i guess
Jonathan

Elizabethtown, KY

#54 Feb 6, 2013
The truth wrote:
Collapse is near. The signs are everywhere.
You are absolutely right
one and only

Elizabethtown, KY

#55 Feb 6, 2013
Mandy wrote:
Then why don't men stay home & raise the kids? There are plenty of women who make more money than their husbands. You can never tell what is going to happen un life.À husband can up & leave his wife & then she has no skills to get à job. Plus I don't know why you would think à same sex work environment is more productive. You get à bunch of men together & nothing gets done.
and in those cases a court will make that foolish husband pay alimony.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#56 Feb 7, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Perhaps you don't understand that the Federal "stimulus" is what kept State governments operating over the last 3+ years. Perhaps you don't understand that the Federal Government can create money but State governments cannot. Or perhaps you just don't give a sh$t if State governments go bankrupt and can't deliver vital services to their citizens. If that's the case, you're probably on the wrong thread...there's a revolution brewing in a bunker in Alabama that could have used your help...you could have guarded the five year old while Jimmy Ray fought off the tyrants.
the federal government can print money,and borrow money,but it doesnt generate revenue. the printing of mass amounts of money creates inflation. you posted a comment on this thread blaming "union busting" as the reason for the end of single income families,but it couldnt be because inflation has went up 300% since the 80's. inflation going up is a direct result of fiscal irresponsibility,and doing what you still suggest is a good idea....print,borrow,spend!
as far as the stupid ass bunker,jimmy ray comments? what is that shit? we can both play that game......let me guess,you are a guy, probably about 22 years old sitting around in a tight pair of cranberry pants listening too tom waits,hanging out with your college professor at ectc having discussions of how pol pot khmer was misunderstood,and having a daily reading from the communist manifesto,and resisting the bourgeois of society(and i bet you look like harry potter also). the sad part is.....i bet my imagination of who you are is closer than yours of me.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#57 Feb 7, 2013
"the point", i hear there is a occupy wall street rally coming up in etown,and they need someone to take a shit on the hood of a police car. since you seem to be the leader of the communist party in hardin county, i thought you would receive the nomination,and feel honored to do so!
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#58 Feb 7, 2013
housemanager wrote:
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!!
well said! i wish more americans understood this concept!
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#59 Feb 7, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>i bet my imagination of who you are is closer than yours of me.
You're having fantasies about what I look like...that's pretty creepy. And, no, I don't want to imagine you...I think you might be on the wrong Internet site. But, no, not even close on your fantasy.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#60 Feb 7, 2013
The Point wrote:
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You're having fantasies about what I look like...that's pretty creepy. And, no, I don't want to imagine you...I think you might be on the wrong Internet site. But, no, not even close on your fantasy.
yep, its "creepy" when you do it as well, and it has nothing to do with our original conversation!
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#61 Feb 7, 2013
The Point wrote:
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You're having fantasies about what I look like...that's pretty creepy. And, no, I don't want to imagine you...I think you might be on the wrong Internet site. But, no, not even close on your fantasy.
everyone that disagrees with you doest have bunkers,bushmasters,pitbulls,a nd listen to david allen cole all day! its creepy you think that way,and you may be a little parinoid!?!
The Point

United States

#62 Feb 7, 2013
It is interesting that, in your worldview, a kid in college learning from a professor is the moral equivalent of a deranged anarchist who shoots bus drivers. Why do you hate education so much? You didn't get one, so now everyone with one is out to get you? Jailhouse lawyer are you? Get busted for drugs or lose custody of your kids to your ex-wife, so now everyone is out to get you? All the teachers, journalists and politicians in the world are conspirators, so the only valid truth is that which you can find in your own head while you work your dead-end job all day? Get a grip...we're talking about daycare assistance for the working poor, not Mao's revolution.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#63 Feb 7, 2013
The Point wrote:
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You're having fantasies about what I look like...that's pretty creepy. And, no, I don't want to imagine you...I think you might be on the wrong Internet site. But, no, not even close on your fantasy.
we have wasted alot of time(via your stupid bunker comment) lets get back to fiscal responsibility,unions,and the economic demise of the republic,and btw the end of four c's with a democratic governor,and a democratic president in power. you was explaining to all of us ignorant kentucky folks the way the republicans screwed us even though they havent had any power in this state,or the country for the past four years. im listening? im all ears? btw, i would give funding to four c's before i would spend money on the water front park in louisville,but thats just me. do you want more examples of state wide democrat government waste of money that could go to poor working families? i have alot more. we shall pick this up tomorrow, i will have to retire to my make shift bunker and snuggle up to my pitbulls and sawed off 1 gauge shotgun(i created it in my bunker,it takes five people to hold it,and one person to pull the trigger,we may all die while shooting,but we died with a woody) peace out.

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