Posts Tagged ‘Moochers’
April 1, 2013 – I cannot think of a better way to honor those among us that helped make it possible to elect the worst, most destructive, most dangerous jerk to sit in our White House in the history of our Republic than to give them this day, April 1st, as their day of remembrance.
This is for all of you moochers, leeches, deadbeats, welfare broodmares, and parasites. -JRoycroft
March 25, 2013 – Here is a nice little video that explains, very simply, just how Obama and his predecessors got our country in this economic disaster that our children and grandchildren will be left to deal with.
Oh, and if after viewing this video you still have no clue, and you still cannot fully understand why we are in debt, then you should consider yourself part of the problem and please, please, DO NOT VOTE EVER AGAIN!!!
By the way, you have no Constitutional right to vote in a presidential election anyway. Now if we could just figure a way to stop the moochers and leaches in our society from voting, we just might have a chance. -JRoycroft
January 2, 2013 – Remember that story about the poor lady down in Macon Georgia who said she needed assistance to pay for her heating bills?
We all took notice of the huge flat panel tv and the XBox in the background. According to her, the reporter got the story all wrong. Listen to Raymeica Kelley’s explanation when she calls a local radio station.
About 5,000 people showed up for the Section 8 voucher applications in Dallas on Thursday. There were about 3500 vouchers available. In this video you can see how these moochers nearly killed each other trying to be the first through the doors.
How many of those people with the athletic ability to run that hard also claim to be disabled and therefore cannot work? These people have the drive to get up and wait in line before dark to get government hand outs, but I wonder how many of these people would take this motivation to a job fair?
Listen closely to the young college student at the end of this video explain why she needs government help. “I need help with my rent so I don’t have to work as much.”
June 1, 2011 - The number of people depending on the government is increasing at a dramatic rate. More than 44.5 million Americans, nearly 21 million households, are now receiving food stamps. This is an increase of 11% from one year ago and a 61% increase from just four years ago.
Here is just another example of a government program that has grown out of control. When established in 1964, the Food Stamp Act appropriated $75 million to 350,000 individuals in 40 counties and three cities. At the time, the Agriculture Department estimated that participation in the program would eventually reach 4 million, at a cost of $360 million annually. By 2010, it reached over 40 million Americans costing $68 billion in one year.
And you put these people in charge of your healthcare after they promised to bring down the costs of medical care??
But here we go again. Last week it was Medicare, this week it is food stamps. What I’m talking about are ways for Democrats and the ObamaMedia to make Republicans look like the evil out-of-touch poverty mongers who want people to go hungry while giving tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires. Republicans are reviewing the fiscal year 2012 appropriations bill for the Department of Agriculture that includes $71 billion for food stamps. The problem is that this is $2 billion less than what Obama has requested for the program. But also keep in mind that this $71 billion is STILL a 9% increase from 2011. But immediately, the line from the Democrats and the ObamaMedia is that the Republicans are making cuts on the backs of poor Americans. Here are the two directions for the future of food stamps as per ABC:
- The Republicans’ 2012 budget plan proposes changing SNAP from an entitlement to a block-grant program that would be tailored for each individual state, much like their proposal for Medicaid. States would no longer receive open-ended subsidies and the aid would be contingent on work or job training. It would also limit funding for the program.
- The president’s 2012 budget, however, goes in a completely opposite direction. It aims to make requirements less stringent by temporarily suspending for one year the time limit for certain age groups without dependents. The president also suggested restoring benefit cuts that were included in the Child Nutrition Reauthorization bill last year.
Which future for America would you choose? – Neal Boortz