State taking away 3c's(4c's as some s...
Jonathan

Leitchfield, KY

#85 Feb 8, 2013
It doesnt seem that I got the response from people I was hoping for, all I wanted was the people who were interested in emailing the governor to have the chance to by giving them the address however I didnt seem to get anybody who wanted to do so. All I got was people who try to better their boring life by talking smack to those who rely on the assistance. I reckon I will have the practice my own first amendment right any other ways. I thank you for the people who truly commented on here. And I feel sorry for the ones who just came on here to down other people. God bless everyone, thank you.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#86 Feb 8, 2013
Jonathan wrote:
It doesnt seem that I got the response from people I was hoping for, all I wanted was the people who were interested in emailing the governor to have the chance to by giving them the address however I didnt seem to get anybody who wanted to do so. All I got was people who try to better their boring life by talking smack to those who rely on the assistance. I reckon I will have the practice my own first amendment right any other ways. I thank you for the people who truly commented on here. And I feel sorry for the ones who just came on here to down other people. God bless everyone, thank you.
i have mixed feelings about 4 c's,but i will say this....it seems kind of cruel to take it away once people depend on it. it would seem more productive to keep it in place,but put a time limit on it and give the working poor time to transition into their job and actually get raises to pay for childcare. as with any government assistance program,it gets abused and i guess thats where the anger comes from in this thread. although i am a "teabagger" and a conservative, i think the working poor in america are resilient enough to get over this hurdle in life.
btw, my apologies for busting "the points" balls on this thread, i didnt want to take away from the seriousness of the post. he or she isnt a bad person,and we both have the same goals (making america better),but we are totally opposite on how to achieve this goal. have fun exercising your first amendment rights(while we still have them)
The Point

United States

#87 Feb 8, 2013
Wow wrote:
I can see a lot of people are uneducated by the many typos in comments. Many programs will be cut. Make the proper arrangements now in your lifestyles. This is the beginning not the end of cuts and major changes.
I think you're right. The US and European economies have healed to the point that new belt-tightening likely won't send us back into recession. The Federal government will continue to deleverage (pay off debt) largely by cutting down on support to state governments. States will have to react, like they've done in this case, by cutting out services until they can get their balance sheets healthy enough to start getting credit facilities/bonds going again. Unemployment will start to drop later this year as housing and construction jobs start coming back, and that will help states' budgets with new tax revenue. But there could be a rough transition period for many poorer people between the time the assistance stops and the hiring picks back up. Recoveries are usually pretty uneven, meaning the investment class recovers several months before the working class does. We could have been through this much sooner if we didn't elect partisan idiots to represent us in Congress.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#88 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
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I think you're right. The US and European economies have healed to the point that new belt-tightening likely won't send us back into recession. The Federal government will continue to deleverage (pay off debt) largely by cutting down on support to state governments. States will have to react, like they've done in this case, by cutting out services until they can get their balance sheets healthy enough to start getting credit facilities/bonds going again. Unemployment will start to drop later this year as housing and construction jobs start coming back, and that will help states' budgets with new tax revenue. But there could be a rough transition period for many poorer people between the time the assistance stops and the hiring picks back up. Recoveries are usually pretty uneven, meaning the investment class recovers several months before the working class does. We could have been through this much sooner if we didn't elect partisan idiots to represent us in Congress.
obama isnt a partisan? what is a partisan? people who dont agree with you?
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#89 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
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I think you're right. The US and European economies have healed to the point that new belt-tightening likely won't send us back into recession. The Federal government will continue to deleverage (pay off debt) largely by cutting down on support to state governments. States will have to react, like they've done in this case, by cutting out services until they can get their balance sheets healthy enough to start getting credit facilities/bonds going again. Unemployment will start to drop later this year as housing and construction jobs start coming back, and that will help states' budgets with new tax revenue. But there could be a rough transition period for many poorer people between the time the assistance stops and the hiring picks back up. Recoveries are usually pretty uneven, meaning the investment class recovers several months before the working class does. We could have been through this much sooner if we didn't elect partisan idiots to represent us in Congress.
furthermore, getting "balance sheets healthy enough to get credit facilities to back them". are you insane? we are not talking about some family member that doesnt budget money well........its the united states government!
why you claim that union busting is the result of personal economic woes in this country,have you took a look at inflation,and the borrowing,spending,printing of fictional money?
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#90 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
I think you're right. The US and European economies have healed to the point that new belt-tightening likely won't send us back into recession. The Federal government will continue to deleverage (pay off debt) largely by cutting down on support to state governments. States will have to react, like they've done in this case, by cutting out services until they can get their balance sheets healthy enough to start getting credit facilities/bonds going again. Unemployment will start to drop later this year as housing and construction jobs start coming back, and that will help states' budgets with new tax revenue. But there could be a rough transition period for many poorer people between the time the assistance stops and the hiring picks back up. Recoveries are usually pretty uneven, meaning the investment class recovers several months before the working class does. We could have been through this much sooner if we didn't elect partisan idiots to represent us in Congress.
furthermore,why did you comment on this persons post? it didnt have jack shit to do with the democrat party lines,and talking points you spewed so arrogantly! are you a local politician? bless your heart!
The Point

United States

#91 Feb 8, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>furthermore, getting "balance sheets healthy enough to get credit facilities to back them". are you insane? we are not talking about some family member that doesnt budget money well........its the united states government!
why you claim that union busting is the result of personal economic woes in this country,have you took a look at inflation,and the borrowing,spending,printing of fictional money?
Yes, I "have took" a look at inflation, and it averaged 2.1% for 2012, which is lower than the typical average dating back to 1914. It's nearly 2% lower than it was in either 2008 or 2000. The theory is that monetary policy affects future inflation, not current. But, of course, those are numbers tracked by the "gubmit" based on theory from "socialist" economists, so you don't believe any of it. There, I saved you a follow-up rant.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#92 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, I "have took" a look at inflation, and it averaged 2.1% for 2012, which is lower than the typical average dating back to 1914. It's nearly 2% lower than it was in either 2008 or 2000. The theory is that monetary policy affects future inflation, not current. But, of course, those are numbers tracked by the "gubmit" based on theory from "socialist" economists, so you don't believe any of it. There, I saved you a follow-up rant.
thank you for helping me! so what you are saying is that your media outlet you got your information from pulled the crystal ball out of their ass and made a prediction,and thats your stance. what do you progressives call it? "projectded budget". it must be nice to dwell in the world of make believe. it brings my mind back to mr. rogers(rip) and the train what was his name...."trolly" going back the world of make believe
The Point

United States

#93 Feb 8, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>thank you for helping me! so what you are saying is that your media outlet you got your information from pulled the crystal ball out of their ass and made a prediction,and thats your stance. what do you progressives call it? "projectded budget". it must be nice to dwell in the world of make believe. it brings my mind back to mr. rogers(rip) and the train what was his name...."trolly" going back the world of make believe
Dude, take an Econ class or just stop talking, for God's sake. The Government tracks inflation every month so that the Fed can develop monetary policy. The current core inflation rate is actually below the Fed's target (too low in other words). Once inflation actually rises (if it does), the Fed will adjust rates upward to cool it off. If you think it's all a lie from some global media/banker cabal or whatever, then just buy some Glenn Beck gold and bury it in your back yard. But give us a rest from your trolling already. Yes, if I say up, you'll say down. If I say black, you'll say white..you want attention...we get it.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#94 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
Dude, take an Econ class or just stop talking, for God's sake. The Government tracks inflation every month so that the Fed can develop monetary policy. The current core inflation rate is actually below the Fed's target (too low in other words). Once inflation actually rises (if it does), the Fed will adjust rates upward to cool it off. If you think it's all a lie from some global media/banker cabal or whatever, then just buy some Glenn Beck gold and bury it in your back yard. But give us a rest from your trolling already. Yes, if I say up, you'll say down. If I say black, you'll say white..you want attention...we get it.
i dont need your college professors to educate me on economics,but thank you. by 'below the federal reserves target" again someone pulled the crystal ball out of their ass and made a "target" projetion. this doesent upset you? btw, i wouldnt spend one dime on gold, silver,or platinum....its not tangible. perhaps you have got me mixed up with the republicans you deal with........dude! if you want me to shut up,you will have to kill me!:)
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#95 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
Dude, take an Econ class or just stop talking, for God's sake. The Government tracks inflation every month so that the Fed can develop monetary policy. The current core inflation rate is actually below the Fed's target (too low in other words). Once inflation actually rises (if it does), the Fed will adjust rates upward to cool it off. If you think it's all a lie from some global media/banker cabal or whatever, then just buy some Glenn Beck gold and bury it in your back yard. But give us a rest from your trolling already. Yes, if I say up, you'll say down. If I say black, you'll say white..you want attention...we get it.
you can post under one thousand names,and spout off your luciferian view points till the cow comes home,but i will respond. i bet you hope i die?
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#96 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
Dude, take an Econ class or just stop talking, for God's sake. The Government tracks inflation every month so that the Fed can develop monetary policy. The current core inflation rate is actually below the Fed's target (too low in other words). Once inflation actually rises (if it does), the Fed will adjust rates upward to cool it off. If you think it's all a lie from some global media/banker cabal or whatever, then just buy some Glenn Beck gold and bury it in your back yard. But give us a rest from your trolling already. Yes, if I say up, you'll say down. If I say black, you'll say white..you want attention...we get it.
you little maggot,anyone who doesnt agree with your agenda(and i might add an overload of useless information) is a troll, redneck,knuckle dragger, uninformed,or a fox news junkie. when people get down to brass tax with you,you resort to name calling! you are a insecure individual that craves attention you accuse others of wanting!
The Point

United States

#97 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
I think you're right. The US and European economies have healed to the point that new belt-tightening likely won't send us back into recession. The Federal government will continue to deleverage (pay off debt) largely by cutting down on support to state governments. States will have to react, like they've done in this case, by cutting out services until they can get their balance sheets healthy enough to start getting credit facilities/bonds going again. Unemployment will start to drop later this year as housing and construction jobs start coming back, and that will help states' budgets with new tax revenue. But there could be a rough transition period for many poorer people between the time the assistance stops and the hiring picks back up. Recoveries are usually pretty uneven, meaning the investment class recovers several months before the working class does. We could have been through this much sooner if we didn't elect partisan idiots to represent us in Congress.
The US Chamber of Commerce just said the same thing I did above about the economy doing great this year if the partisan Congress doesn't screw it up:
http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/economy...
If the Chamber is too liberal for you, seek help.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#99 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
The US Chamber of Commerce just said the same thing I did above about the economy doing great this year if the partisan Congress doesn't screw it up:
http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/economy...
If the Chamber is too liberal for you, seek help.
yes ,the us chamber of commerce is too liberal for me if they made a statememt like this while we are 16 trillion dollars in debt living on borrowed money with an 8% unemployment rate!
really

Elizabethtown, KY

#100 Feb 8, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
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If you need help with anything that means you can't afford them.
Okay, thank you for your OPINION.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#101 Feb 8, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
The US Chamber of Commerce just said the same thing I did above about the economy doing great this year if the partisan Congress doesn't screw it up:
http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/economy...
If the Chamber is too liberal for you, seek help.
i dont need karl marx to demand a "living wage"! i do it thru skill learning and being valuable to employers. why is so hard to understand?
Mandy

Elizabethtown, KY

#103 Feb 8, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
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If you need help with anything that means you can't afford them.
So what should people do who had kids when they could afford them, but then fall on hard times? Give them up for adoption?
Hardhearted

Tucker, GA

#104 Feb 8, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
Expenses > Income = you can't afford plain and simple.
I have two children, I had a GREAT job then because of layoffs lost mine and had to find a new one. I was married for awhile and wound up in divorce because of so many issues(and im against divorce in very way) Now, I work TWO jobs and STILL need help with daycare. Do you know the weekly and hourly rates? I doubt you even have children. Yes, unfortunately a lot of people abuse the system an take advantage of something that is very beneficial not only to us but to so many of these daycares! Why are you so hard up on people accepting help? It is not wrong, sometimes you have to swallow your pride and suck it up.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#105 Feb 8, 2013
Mandy wrote:
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So what should people do who had kids when they could afford them, but then fall on hard times? Give them up for adoption?
hi mandy! i have fell on hard times,but never took a dime of government money. i worked more,and more and more. i didnt have the safety blanket of parents watching my children either(they both work out of town). i learned at an early age to rely on myself to get my goals accomplished. this is the best learned lesson i have taught myself,and it is not hatefull to pass it on to others.
if you want,i can describe the story of my life in great detail,or i can just tell you that you have the good stuff inside you to survive like i did,and take my word on it? the working poor never needed assistance from anybody! i have more faith in this group of people than i do any other people of better economic background. why? they have learned tenacity! you could try to bend them,break them,but you cant. they are like a rubberband and bounce back! upper middle class people will suffer when it comes to doing without(and its coming shortly). they never understood poverty,except by viewing it like we view animals at a zoo! in the future they will get there chance to understand,and remember every word i say!
really

Elizabethtown, KY

#106 Feb 8, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
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Expenses > Income = you can't afford plain and simple.
You are so ignorant! Continue to judge others and know nothing about their lives! People like you disgust me! Do you even have children? You are no better than anyone else because you are commenting on Topix putting others down. Like I said, thank you for your OPINION! Hope you never fall on hard times, because the way you are talking, you seem to think you are exempt from this thing called LIFE!

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