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Old 10-04-2013, 02:52 PM   #7661
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:55 PM   #7662
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:57 PM   #7663
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Hes gay & we are not sure about her??????
THought he was married? Don't care - don't watch her if I can avoid it.
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:50 PM   #7664
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exactly!!!
OH MY! At least not in public!
At least she did have some clothes on.

I bet Sue was OOGELING over Elvises pelvis though! Maby was even one of those that passed out at some of his concerts.
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:54 PM   #7665
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OH MY! At least not in public!
At least she did have some clothes on.

I bet Sue was OOGELING over Elvises pelvis though! Maby was even one of those that passed out at some of his concerts.
No, I did not. That kind of thing, like you just said, should be done behind closed doors with a S.O., not out in public.
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Old 10-04-2013, 04:05 PM   #7666
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THought he was married? Don't care - don't watch her if I can avoid it.
He uses his wife to pick up the drunk cute boys for some how shall i say this... After hours fun
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Old 10-04-2013, 04:07 PM   #7667
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Old 10-04-2013, 04:08 PM   #7668
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Maby he's married, but not to a woman!
Never know these days!
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Old 10-04-2013, 05:23 PM   #7669
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I am sure his injury is just getting on his nerves. When you are very active having an injury that really slows you down is the pitts.
I just came from his house, he showed me his 2- dd214's, a form letter saying he was a founding member/brick holder of the DHS dated 2002, several distinguished service ribbons with stars on them for himself and his unit, awards for him self and a aux team member for going into in harms way saving the life's of 6 people in the water . a 7 row ribbon bar filled up. his coxswains bars, his bravo dress uniform. double bars on his garrison cap and work uniform collars . guess that means officer? a letter he just got thanking him for his service of 15 years to the cg aux. and good luck on retiring

yes he is down from the pain of the surgery to reattach the biceps tendon at the elbow and both spots of his shoulder on the long and short tendons, plus his wife has been found to be very sick ( C) and now having to find new health insurance since the plan they have been paying for out of pocket for is dropping that plan.
he sold his 32 ford that made hot rod magazine hsi 1963 corvette split window z06 tanker he had from brand new, trying to get his partner in the charter boat to buy him out

Christ the man lives usa, don't dishonor the commander in chief in front of him even if you don't like the man he still gets the respect of the job from him
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Old 10-04-2013, 05:26 PM   #7671
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Hes gay & we are not sure about her??????
bi for sure!
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Old 10-04-2013, 06:35 PM   #7672
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That is what I mean. The kids today cannot distinguish between the office, of the President, and the man. It is really sad.
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Old 10-04-2013, 08:00 PM   #7673
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Evening all:

For Jerseygreaser
Sounds like the capt. has things piling up on him.
Hope all comes out well. Wishing him all the best!
Can only take your word, but sounds like he's a pretty good guy to know.
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Old 10-05-2013, 12:30 AM   #7674
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Evening all:

For Jerseygreaser
Sounds like the capt. has things piling up on him.
Hope all comes out well. Wishing him all the best!
Can only take your word, but sounds like he's a pretty good guy to know.
ok my name is john and yes it's been piling up on him. he lost his brother june 13th 2011 to ALS, his brother in law committed suicide dec 6 2011, he hurt him self on vacation to Alaska early july and had to come home early, reason for this surgery, he lost his father just back on july 31st, now his wife of almost 39 years is sick with the big C! his arm is killing him, besides fishing. flying and hot rods he loves to play his guitars he can't do any of that now.

knowing him you bet you would like to know him. and have him as a neighbor , we live 2 homes apart. in feb 99 when my home caught fire with a chimney fire he helped me rebuild, stick by stick, mechanic! omg is he a good one,

I looked last night at his office wall. saw his captains license, cg aux letters of awards . a plaque from our towns volunteer ambulance corps , thanking him for his time giving as a emt, 1239 hours in one year with 189 calls he had 2 cpr saves and delivered a baby in the rig. how he found that much time I wonder but black and white is just that.

his love of this country is deeper then a lot of people, generation y kids flipped that switch. their disrespect our commander in chief regardless of ones feelings about him don't go over well in his mind .to him that's to be kept to ones self , don't use a internet site to complain, get off their lazy generation y sixes and write a real letter to their senators and congress people and voice their feelings. get out and vote
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Old 10-05-2013, 09:04 AM   #7675
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ok my name is john and yes it's been piling up on him. he lost his brother june 13th 2011 to ALS, his brother in law committed suicide dec 6 2011, he hurt him self on vacation to Alaska early july and had to come home early, reason for this surgery, he lost his father just back on july 31st, now his wife of almost 39 years is sick with the big C! his arm is killing him, besides fishing. flying and hot rods he loves to play his guitars he can't do any of that now.

knowing him you bet you would like to know him. and have him as a neighbor , we live 2 homes apart. in feb 99 when my home caught fire with a chimney fire he helped me rebuild, stick by stick, mechanic! omg is he a good one,

I looked last night at his office wall. saw his captains license, cg aux letters of awards . a plaque from our towns volunteer ambulance corps , thanking him for his time giving as a emt, 1239 hours in one year with 189 calls he had 2 cpr saves and delivered a baby in the rig. how he found that much time I wonder but black and white is just that.

his love of this country is deeper then a lot of people, generation y kids flipped that switch. their disrespect our commander in chief regardless of ones feelings about him don't go over well in his mind .to him that's to be kept to ones self , don't use a internet site to complain, get off their lazy generation y sixes and write a real letter to their senators and congress people and voice their feelings. get out and vote
Glad you posted this about Capt. I have been kind of following that other thread he was posting on. you know the one. Thanks for sticking up for him. Yes , we should all vote & never forget this mess. no matter what side of the fence you are on.

greenpants....mike
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:57 PM   #7676
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Glad you posted this about Capt. I have been kind of following that other thread he was posting on. you know the one. Thanks for sticking up for him. Yes , we should all vote & never forget this mess. no matter what side of the fence you are on.

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FACT,,,Jim====In the U.S. today, total spending on means-tested welfare programs amounts to $956 billion per year. This figure represents an increase of32% over the level of welfare spending that was in place at the beginning of the Obama presidency. On average, each federal income taxpayer in America spends $8,776 annually to keep federal welfare programs afloat.



In the U.S. today,[1] there are more than 80 federal means-tested welfare programs that provide cash, food, housing, medical care, and social services to low-income residents. An October 2012 report by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS) indicates that as of 2011, federal spending on these programs had reached $746 billion per year—more than expenditures for Medicare ($480 billion), Social Security ($725 billion), or the military ($540 billion). In addition, state contributions into federal welfare programs amounted to $201 billion annually, while independent state programs contributed another $9 billion. All told, means-tested welfare spending from federal and state sources (combined) was $956 billion. This figure represents an increase of 32% over the level of welfare spending that was in place at the beginning of the Obama presidency.

America's $956 billion in annual welfare spending is distributed among approximately 100 million people—i.e., one-third of the U.S. population—who each month receive aid from at least one of the country's 80+ welfare programs. Average benefits amount to approximately $9,500 per recipient. If converted entirely to cash, these benefits equal more than five times the amount of money needed to lift every poor person in the United States out of poverty.

Each year, approximately 143 million federal income tax returns are filed in the United States. Of these, about 58 million have no tax liability after taking deductions and credits, leaving roughly 85 million people to shoulder the nation's entire federal income tax burden. It is these 85 million people who fund the $746 billion federal portion of the nation's total welfare spending. On average, each of them spends $8,776 to keep federal welfare programs afloat.

As of January 2009, only four of the 80+ federal welfare programs in existence had work requirements for their recipients; the Obama Administration subsequently suspended those requirements in two of the four programs. Most notable was its elimination of the provision in the 1996 welfare reform legislation (known as the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act) requiring that after three months on food stamps, able-bodied adult recipients with no children must become engaged in some kind of work activity for a minimum of 20 hours per week in order to remain eligible for assistance. The termination of this requirement caused the number of healthy, childless food-stamp beneficiaries to double, from 1.9 million to 3.9 million. All told, the total number of food stamp recipients nationwide reached 46.7 million by 2012—up from about 32 million in 2008.

In a related measure, the Obama Administration has actively recruited new welfare recipients. For instance, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has engaged in an aggressive outreach campaign to boost enrollment in the food stamp program, arguing that “every dollar of ... benefits generates $1.84 in the economy… It’s the most direct stimulus you can get.”

Obama's long-term projected budgets do not call for any post-recession cuts to welfare expenditures. In 2012, for instance, he advocated $12.7 trillion in spending on means-tested welfare over the next decade.
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Evening all:
I've seen those figures before. The bucket's empty, we need more!
"SOME"!!!! of those poor people need their cigarettes, piercings, beer, drugs, computer, cell phone, tattoos, lg. screen tv., pets, etc.
After they pay for all that, they don't have enough money to pay for rent, electric, food, gas, car ins., etc.
Don't laugh, I see it!!!!!! (I think we all have)
You can't fix stupid!
HUMMM! This may even somehow relate to Jims post!
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FACT,,,Jim====In the U.S. today, total spending on means-tested welfare programs amounts to $956 billion per year. This figure represents an increase of32% over the level of welfare spending that was in place at the beginning of the Obama presidency. On average, each federal income taxpayer in America spends $8,776 annually to keep federal welfare programs afloat.



In the U.S. today,[1] there are more than 80 federal means-tested welfare programs that provide cash, food, housing, medical care, and social services to low-income residents. An October 2012 report by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS) indicates that as of 2011, federal spending on these programs had reached $746 billion per year—more than expenditures for Medicare ($480 billion), Social Security ($725 billion), or the military ($540 billion). In addition, state contributions into federal welfare programs amounted to $201 billion annually, while independent state programs contributed another $9 billion. All told, means-tested welfare spending from federal and state sources (combined) was $956 billion. This figure represents an increase of 32% over the level of welfare spending that was in place at the beginning of the Obama presidency.

America's $956 billion in annual welfare spending is distributed among approximately 100 million people—i.e., one-third of the U.S. population—who each month receive aid from at least one of the country's 80+ welfare programs. Average benefits amount to approximately $9,500 per recipient. If converted entirely to cash, these benefits equal more than five times the amount of money needed to lift every poor person in the United States out of poverty.

Each year, approximately 143 million federal income tax returns are filed in the United States. Of these, about 58 million have no tax liability after taking deductions and credits, leaving roughly 85 million people to shoulder the nation's entire federal income tax burden. It is these 85 million people who fund the $746 billion federal portion of the nation's total welfare spending. On average, each of them spends $8,776 to keep federal welfare programs afloat.

As of January 2009, only four of the 80+ federal welfare programs in existence had work requirements for their recipients; the Obama Administration subsequently suspended those requirements in two of the four programs. Most notable was its elimination of the provision in the 1996 welfare reform legislation (known as the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act) requiring that after three months on food stamps, able-bodied adult recipients with no children must become engaged in some kind of work activity for a minimum of 20 hours per week in order to remain eligible for assistance. The termination of this requirement caused the number of healthy, childless food-stamp beneficiaries to double, from 1.9 million to 3.9 million. All told, the total number of food stamp recipients nationwide reached 46.7 million by 2012—up from about 32 million in 2008.

In a related measure, the Obama Administration has actively recruited new welfare recipients. For instance, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has engaged in an aggressive outreach campaign to boost enrollment in the food stamp program, arguing that “every dollar of ... benefits generates $1.84 in the economy… It’s the most direct stimulus you can get.”

Obama's long-term projected budgets do not call for any post-recession cuts to welfare expenditures. In 2012, for instance, he advocated $12.7 trillion in spending on means-tested welfare over the next decade.
to the video she needs to be fixed, since she obviously can't take care of the kids she already has.

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I've seen those figures before. The bucket's empty, we need more!
"SOME"!!!! of those poor people need their cigarettes, piercings, beer, drugs, computer, cell phone, tattoos, lg. screen tv., pets, etc.
After they pay for all that, they don't have enough money to pay for rent, electric, food, gas, car ins., etc.
Don't laugh, I see it!!!!!! (I think we all have)
You can't fix stupid!
HUMMM! This may even somehow relate to Jims post!
don't forget fancy 24 or 28" rims

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