Time for Blunt Talk

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    When all of the rhetoric is cleared away, the Social Justice agenda of the Obama administration is to lift low income single parent households into the same economic status as middle income two parent households. Enough said?
     
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    You cannot lift someone who is clinging to the bottom!
     
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    Time for Blunt Talk

    Fuck Owe Bama. Is that blunt enough?
     
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    Shoot and here I was all ready to talk about blunts n foties
     
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    That's your narrative and I disagree. They may promise those things but the formula they have now is working for them, why would they want to change it? The republicans and "conservatives" aren't any better and really have NO room to talk. Here:
    How the Government Controls, Ruins Our Lives by John Seiler
     
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    What, exactly, do you disagree with?
     
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    indeed.
     
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    Read all about it right here:

    A Man's Home Is His Subsidy:

    Wednesday, January 09, 2013

    The Obama administration now proposes to spend millions more on handouts, despite ample evidence of their perverse effects.

    Shaun Donovan, secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, says, "The single most important thing HUD does is provide rental assistance to America's most vulnerable families -- and the Obama administration is proposing bold steps to meet their needs." They always propose "bold steps."

    In this case, HUD wants to spend millions more to renew Section 8 housing vouchers that help poor people pay rent. [ is there any faster way to bankrupt America? ]

    The Section 8 program ballooned during the '90s to "solve" a previous government failure: crime-ridden public housing. Rent vouchers allow the feds to disperse tenants from failed projects into private residencies. There, poor people would learn good habits from middle-class people. :rofl:

    It was a reasonable idea. But, as always, there were unintended consequences.

    Much more:

    A Man's Home Is His Subsidy - Rasmussen Reports™
     
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    Thank you, Mr Boehner.
     
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    OK, I will spell it out for you:

    It has become the official policy of the federal government to become a second parent in one-parent households, providing all of the support that a responsible second parent would have provided. The implications of this policy are to further undermine the concepts of self-sustaining nuclear families (remember, "it takes a village") and personal responsibility. Extrapolating these trends forecasts a disastrous decline in our society and our country.
     

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