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THE NEW BREADWINNER Options
gentlegiant
#1 Posted : Tuesday, February 5, 2013 7:15:39 AM
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Wake up America The new breadwinner in the family...



An emergency room physician told me that a woman in
her late 20's came to the ER today with her
8th pregnancy.

She told the first doctor she saw: "My Mama told me that
I am the breadwinner for the family." He asked
her to explain. She said that she can make
babies, and babies get money from the State for
the family. It goes like this:

The Grandma calls the Department of Child &
Family Services, and states that the unemployed
daughter is not capable of caring for all of her
kids.

DCFS agrees, and tells her the children will need
to go into foster care.


The Grandma then volunteers to be the foster parent,
and receives a check for $1500 per child each month in
Illinois .

Income: $144,000 tax-free and nobody has to go to work!

In fact, they get more if there is no husband/father/man in the home!
Not to mention free healthcare (Medicaid), plus a
monthly card entitling them to free groceries
and a voucher for 250 free Obamaphone minutes
each month. This does not include WIC and other
welfare benefits...that they are "entitled" to.
Indeed, Grandma was correct that her fertile daughter
is the "breadwinner" for the family.

This is how the liberal politicians spend our tax dollars.
When this generous program was invented in the '60s, the
Great Society architects forgot to craft an end date...
and now we are hopelessly overrun with people who vote
only for those who will continue to keep them on the dole....
No wonder our country is broke!
Worse, the Muslims have been paying attention, and by mandating
that each Muslim family have eleven children,
they will soon replace the voting bloc above and can be running
this country within 25 years. Read the above again, until it sinks in,
and then ask yourself if your Children, Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren
will survive these severe changes to America !!!
Are You alarmed yet? Is anybody listening?
Is this a GREAT COUNTRY or what...?
Don't forget to pay your taxes!
There are a lot of "breadwinners"
depending on you!
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gentlegiant
#2 Posted : Saturday, February 9, 2013 11:50:20 AM
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According to this article Democrat's is subject to having their identity sold to the highest bidder.
Simply amazing what this Party will do to put more money in their pocket's.

Democratic Party officials are considering selling voter opinion information to credit card companies, retailers like Target or other commercial interests, according to an investigation by journalism watchdog group ProPublica.

Much of the data in the Democrats’ National Voter File Co-op is already public, such as voters’ names, addresses and party affiliation.

But local Democratic parties also have compiled information about individual voters’ views and preferences. Some state Democratic organizations are using it to estimate how likely any voter is to vote for a Democrat, support President Barack Obama or their opinions on topics such as abortion and gun control, ProPublica said.

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“Everything is on the table, nothing’s off the table,” said Ken Martin, a member of the co-op’s board and chairman of Minnesota’s Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.

“It’s up to us to figure out what [data] there’s a market for, and whether there’s a comfort level among state parties for selling that information,” he said.

In its exclusive investigation, ProPublica said the co-op is looking for new potential clients for its data, including companies that may use the data for commercial purposes.

“That’s one of our growth areas,” said Drew Brighton of TargetSmart Communications, which helps administer and market the Democratic co-op’s data. “Over the next six months, we are going to go ahead and make the rounds with some corporate interests.”

According to ProPublica, each state Democratic Party will have the final decision whether to sell their state’s voter information.

Republicans apparently do not share the view that detailed voter information should be sold to corporate bidders.

Asked if the GOP sells its proprietary data to retailers or credit card companies, Republican National Party spokeswoman Kirsten Kukowski wrote, “Absolutely not – hasn’t happened in past and won’t in [the] future.”

Karl Sandstrom, a former vice chairman of the Federal Elections Commission and an attorney for the Democratic co-op, said of the Democratic plan, “Generally, information freely provided to the party by the voter, or data about who participated in a primary is not subject to any prohibition on it being sold.”

The Obama campaign acknowledged recently its extensive database of voter information will be used to mobilize support for the president’s agenda via a new advocacy group, Organizing for Action. The group did not respond to ProPublica’s request for comment on the story.

ProPublica also contacted 11 Democratic state party chairs about the story. The investigative journalism group said all of them either declined or did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

Oregon Democratic officials said they would not sell data collected from state voters to commercial interests, the Oregonian reported.

Meredith Wood Smith, the Oregon Democratic chairwoman, said the ProPublica article prompted her to confirm with other party leaders that they would block their data from being used for commercial purposes.

Obama last year proposed what he called a “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights.”

He called the effort “a blueprint for privacy in the information age,” according to The Hill, and said, “My administration will work to advance these principles and work with Congress to put them into law.”

gentlegiant
#3 Posted : Saturday, March 2, 2013 10:25:13 AM
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Two prominent Democratic pollsters — Patrick Caddell and Doug Schoen — are criticizing President Barack Obama as harshly as any Republican.

Obama is trying to destroy the Republican Party by dividing Americans, the two write on Politico. Caddell was President Jimmy Carter’s pollster, while Schoen served that role for President Bill Clinton.

The president’s protestations about the horror that will result from the automatic spending cuts (sequester) that began today aren’t above board, they write in Politico.

“The president is obviously going all-out — but not to avoid the $85 billion in spending cuts,” Caddell and Schoen say. “Obama doesn’t want to make a deal with Republicans. His fear-mongering is part of a concerted plan that extends far beyond the sequester crisis: to obliterate the Republican Party as a viable force in American political life.”

And they offer a scathing denunciation for how Obama is going about it. “His self-righteous rhetoric obscures a bitter truth: Obama is not trying to unite the country,” the duo writes.

“He’s waging a class-based battle for political gain. His goal is to win back the House for Democrats in 2014, giving him a united Congress for his last two years in office and allowing him to pursue the most expansive government in American history.”


wchan22
#4 Posted : Saturday, March 2, 2013 5:30:49 PM
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The sky did not fall like Chicken Little claimed it would and I wonder how many times us Republicans are going to throw Granny over a cliff? I have heard that same story for over fifty years and She is still here.
jec4765
#5 Posted : Sunday, March 3, 2013 12:48:01 PM
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This isn't news to me! I worked as a tech in a national pharmacy for 10 years. I couldn't tell you the number of times I would see a group ranging in age from 70-75 to 0-1 come into the pharmacy to get their Medicaid prescriptions filled. Four or maybe even Five generations...all on Welfare - none had ever worked a day in their life...or ever will. More often than not, if there was a teenage girl in the group, she'd have a baby or two.

Grandma (sometimes great-grandma), her daughter (with 2 - 5 kids, from 0 -17; her daughter(s) (over 14) and THAT daughter's kid(s). And, if a child-bearing female didn't have kids, she was usually pregnant (or with some "prize-winning" loser that would get her that way).
They always drove a better, newer car than I could afford (well, usually a van or SUV), had the latest phone...and were almost always arrogant, abusive, demanding and "entitled".

This is the (not so) new way of life. The Welfare family. The children in these families are going to grow up learning that they don't need to work to have a better lifestyle than many us who do have.

Welfare was intended to be a short-term, stop-gap program to 'rescue' people who were down and out. It was to support their "needs", and provide them with various types of help to allow them the chance to get training, education or subsidation that would allow them to get a job, and get back on their feet.
Now...it's a lifestyle, a way of life - it IS a living...and a pretty good one.
wchan22
#6 Posted : Sunday, March 3, 2013 1:21:48 PM
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I agree that welfare used to be to help the needy instead of a way of life.
gentlegiant
#7 Posted : Sunday, March 3, 2013 9:33:24 PM
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- One bill would make it a felony to enforce the new federal health care law, punishable by up to five years in prison. Another prohibits a physician from asking a patient about firearms. Yet another is designed to curb the possible influence of the United Nations in local government.

While provocative bills aren't particularly unusual in state legislatures, so many have been offered by conservatives in Oklahoma this year that GOP leaders have established a special committee to handle what is now a major category of business: measures to combat the federal government's influence in the states.

"This gives a platform for what I think are issues that are concerning to a lot of Oklahomans, and that's this continual overreach of the federal government," said House Speaker T.W. Shannon.

Similar states' rights panels have been formed in Texas and Utah, which are also controlled by the GOP, and have been proposed in Alaska, Missouri and Tennessee.

President Barack Obama's re-election last year, while a victory for the Democrats, has made the anti-federal cause a growth industry in states dominated by conservative Republicans. When legislatures reconvened this year, a flood of bills came forth to block enforcement of federal laws, deny authority to federal agencies, and circumvent federal policies related to firearms, religion, the environment and, most of all, health care. Across the country, dozens of bills have been introduced to nullify federal firearms laws alone.

Even though many measures are legally questionable and may never come to a floor vote, the special committees are providing more public attention to sovereignty issues that were sidetracked in previous years.

In Oklahoma, "There's going to be healthy debate and discussion about what the limits of the federal government are and also about where state sovereignty begins," said Shannon. "I think that's a worthy discussion to have."

In marble halls normally bustling with suit-and-tie legislators and lobbyists, witnesses wearing camouflage, jeans and ball caps now file into committee rooms for sessions. Usually somnolent hearings are now sometimes raucous.

When the Oklahoma states' rights committee recently passed a bill that prohibits cities and counties from adopting any environmental recommendations in the United Nations' Agenda 21 plan, many of those in attendance burst into applause.

Some Democrats say they don't know whether to be alarmed or amused.

"Where is Jay Leno when you need him?" said Rep. Mike Shelton of Oklahoma City, one of 29 Democrats in the 101-member state House. "If I didn't know this was reality, I would think this committee was something out of a movie."

At a recent hearing, Democratic Rep. Kay Floyd, who was an administrative law judge before winning election to the Legislature, expressed concern that several bills the committee passed appeared to be unconstitutional. Republican Rep. Gus Blackwell, the author of a measure contravening part of the federal health care law, responded: "The Supreme Court may go on and make another decision. I don't care." His comment drew nods of approval from those in attendance.

The crowd of about two dozen spectators at one recent hearing included tea party members and other grassroots activists, some of whom took time away from work and traveled from towns around the state.

Don Spencer, a truck driver for an oil field supply company, hustled to the statehouse after work to hear the panel discuss amending the constitution to make gun possession easier.

Of the others in attendance, "you'll only see them at meetings dealing with constitutional issues," said Spencer, wearing jeans, a flannel shirt and an empty holster that shows he's not allowed to bring his handgun into the Capitol. "People are realizing they can't control the government creeping into their homes, and the more they learn, the scarier it gets."

Also on the committee agenda are measures barring local police from aiding the U.S. military in detaining Oklahoma citizens under the federal War Powers Resolution, prohibiting judges from considering foreign law, and amending the constitution to limit the Legislature's ability to regulate firearms.

Some critics dismiss the sessions as little more than political grandstanding for conservative voters in a state where Obama failed to carry a single county in either of his presidential races. They warn that any measures passed would only run up the state's legal bills in hopeless court challenges.

Under Supreme Court precedent, a state doesn't have the power to block the enforcement of federal law inside its borders, said Joseph Thai, a constitutional law professor at the University of Oklahoma who served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justices John Paul Stevens and Byron White.

Most such measures "do not merit serious comment - at least, not after the Civil War," Thai said.

Which IS an UNCONSTITUTIONAL STATEMENT as the Government's Contract with The People of America is Limited,
to the point they cannot supercede ANY STATES CONSTITUTION.........

But many conservatives insist the panel can help the state find ways to push back against the federal government.

Oklahoma's new Republican Attorney General Scott Pruitt has bolstered the cause by challenging the tax penalty provisions of the federal health care law, filing suit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and joining a multi-state challenge to the Dodd-Frank financial reform law.

"We're a country of citizens and not subjects," said Republican Rep. Lewis Moore, chairman of the committee. "It is our fault for not acting as citizens all the time."


gentlegiant
#8 Posted : Wednesday, March 6, 2013 1:02:54 AM
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Joined: 8/1/2011
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gentlegiant wrote:
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- One bill would make it a felony to enforce the new federal health care law, punishable by up to five years in prison. Another prohibits a physician from asking a patient about firearms. Yet another is designed to curb the possible influence of the United Nations in local government.

While provocative bills aren't particularly unusual in state legislatures, so many have been offered by conservatives in Oklahoma this year that GOP leaders have established a special committee to handle what is now a major category of business: measures to combat the federal government's influence in the states.

"This gives a platform for what I think are issues that are concerning to a lot of Oklahomans, and that's this continual overreach of the federal government," said House Speaker T.W. Shannon.

Similar states' rights panels have been formed in Texas and Utah, which are also controlled by the GOP, and have been proposed in Alaska, Missouri and Tennessee.

President Barack Obama's re-election last year, while a victory for the Democrats, has made the anti-federal cause a growth industry in states dominated by conservative Republicans. When legislatures reconvened this year, a flood of bills came forth to block enforcement of federal laws, deny authority to federal agencies, and circumvent federal policies related to firearms, religion, the environment and, most of all, health care. Across the country, dozens of bills have been introduced to nullify federal firearms laws alone.

Even though many measures are legally questionable and may never come to a floor vote, the special committees are providing more public attention to sovereignty issues that were sidetracked in previous years.

In Oklahoma, "There's going to be healthy debate and discussion about what the limits of the federal government are and also about where state sovereignty begins," said Shannon. "I think that's a worthy discussion to have."

In marble halls normally bustling with suit-and-tie legislators and lobbyists, witnesses wearing camouflage, jeans and ball caps now file into committee rooms for sessions. Usually somnolent hearings are now sometimes raucous.

When the Oklahoma states' rights committee recently passed a bill that prohibits cities and counties from adopting any environmental recommendations in the United Nations' Agenda 21 plan, many of those in attendance burst into applause.

Some Democrats say they don't know whether to be alarmed or amused.

"Where is Jay Leno when you need him?" said Rep. Mike Shelton of Oklahoma City, one of 29 Democrats in the 101-member state House. "If I didn't know this was reality, I would think this committee was something out of a movie."

At a recent hearing, Democratic Rep. Kay Floyd, who was an administrative law judge before winning election to the Legislature, expressed concern that several bills the committee passed appeared to be unconstitutional. Republican Rep. Gus Blackwell, the author of a measure contravening part of the federal health care law, responded: "The Supreme Court may go on and make another decision. I don't care." His comment drew nods of approval from those in attendance.

The crowd of about two dozen spectators at one recent hearing included tea party members and other grassroots activists, some of whom took time away from work and traveled from towns around the state.

Don Spencer, a truck driver for an oil field supply company, hustled to the statehouse after work to hear the panel discuss amending the constitution to make gun possession easier.

Of the others in attendance, "you'll only see them at meetings dealing with constitutional issues," said Spencer, wearing jeans, a flannel shirt and an empty holster that shows he's not allowed to bring his handgun into the Capitol. "People are realizing they can't control the government creeping into their homes, and the more they learn, the scarier it gets."

Also on the committee agenda are measures barring local police from aiding the U.S. military in detaining Oklahoma citizens under the federal War Powers Resolution, prohibiting judges from considering foreign law, and amending the constitution to limit the Legislature's ability to regulate firearms.

Some critics dismiss the sessions as little more than political grandstanding for conservative voters in a state where Obama failed to carry a single county in either of his presidential races. They warn that any measures passed would only run up the state's legal bills in hopeless court challenges.

Under Supreme Court precedent, a state doesn't have the power to block the enforcement of federal law inside its borders, said Joseph Thai, a constitutional law professor at the University of Oklahoma who served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justices John Paul Stevens and Byron White.

Most such measures "do not merit serious comment - at least, not after the Civil War," Thai said.

Which IS an UNCONSTITUTIONAL STATEMENT as the Government's Contract with The People of America is Limited,
to the point they cannot supercede ANY STATES CONSTITUTION.........

But many conservatives insist the panel can help the state find ways to push back against the federal government.

Oklahoma's new Republican Attorney General Scott Pruitt has bolstered the cause by challenging the tax penalty provisions of the federal health care law, filing suit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and joining a multi-state challenge to the Dodd-Frank financial reform law.

"We're a country of citizens and not subjects," said Republican Rep. Lewis Moore, chairman of the committee. "It is our fault for not acting as citizens all the time."



IT'S TIME WE ALL START VOTING, ATTENDING OUR LOCAL POLITICAL MEETING'S AND CHANGE OUR COMMUNITIES ONE AT A TIME!!!!!!!!!
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