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Undue burden on Real Americans (wealthy Republicans): Tennessee Has the Right Idea

Published April 7, 2013 by republicanfaithchat

Now I am sick and tired of reading all the “poor me, I am entitled to YOUR tax dollars” whining from the losers of society.

Oh sure, you’ve seen it on social media and on blogs like Daily Kos: some loser whines that they are living only on X per month (folks, making it on 5K a month is NOT that hard!) and complain that reducing their cost of living increases (NOT cutting; just not raising their handouts) will hurt them.

Will, boo frigging hoo.

Who are these losers? Well, imagine a woman who gets knocked up in high school or college by sleeping with a deadbeat dad…now she is stuck with a bunch of brats with low IQs, can’t get child support…and is working at a nothing job (or not at all) and thinks that she is ENTITLED to YOUR tax dollars.

Listen Honey: YOU are the one that got knocked up, not me. We went to the same high school and had the same choices. You choked on yours (and choked on other things as well) and made your bed. Lie in it!

Or you might have some obese loser who is now too fat and unhealthy to work, or someone with an IQ of about 60.

What good can come to giving these losers YOUR hard earned tax dollars? Ok, never mind that…

Let’s face it: we hate poor people. They must have done a lot of wrong things and not have made good choices in life!

So, we can pretend to show compassion (hee hee) by allowing the, ahem, “good” poor people (as if there were such a thing) to get benefits.

Now drug testing welfare recipients doesn’t work.

But Tennessee may have found a better solution:

A Tennessee lawmaker is pushing a controversial new bill that would tie welfare benefits to students’ performance in school.
Republican state Sen. Stacey Campfield last week introduced the legislation, which calls for the state to cut welfare benefits to parents whose kids don’t do well in class. Critics are already panning the proposal as unfair, and one that could hurt students in the end — but Campfield is defending his idea, which he says would force parents to take a more active role in their children’s education

Seriously, what is so hard about using:

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If the little sh**s can’t do this, the hell with them!

But Tennessee is too soft. Here is what I proposed (given to me by Jesus last night in a dream):

1. Don’t drug test welfare and public aid recipients: nicotine test ’em instead. Many smoke like chimneys. They’ll never pass.

2. Weigh them and give them a body fat test. If they are fat, they aren’t hungry. If they have kids, tell them to quit stuffing their face and feed their kids.

3. Give them an ACT exam. Score below 25: no benefits. Tell them to come back when they have learned something. Oh yes, cut funding to public libraries too.

4. Make ’em run 5K and give them a pull up test. Run slower than 30 minutes (a fast walk, really) and do fewer than 5 pull ups: FAIL. Why should be subsidize fat, out of shape people? Real Americans are:

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Well….let me rethink no. 4; these revolting blubber butts probably couldn’t run 50 meters much less 5K….well…they aren’t on welfare so it is ok.

China Has Republicans too? Who knew?

Published September 19, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Well, we know that the Chinese are communist. But from the article I just read, they aren’t ALL bad; they know how to treat low-lifes (e. g. poor people)

Beggars at a religious folk festival in southern China have been ordered to stay in purposely built cages, or be removed from the festivities.
Organisers gave the beggars an ultimatum saying their presence ruins the experience for visitors at the temple fair in Nanchang, Jiangxi province and if they wished to beg they had to do so from inside small cages.
The zoo-like cages are so small adults are unable to stand and although they are free to leave at will, they are immediately banished from the festival area and have to leave the town if they do so.

Now THOSE are Christian Republican values in actions! Poor people suck!

More good stuff about Mitt Romney

Published August 29, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Mitt knows what a good owner is and a good business owner doesn’t take gruff from hourly employee Riff-Raff:

A group of coal miners in Ohio feel they would have been fired if they did not attend an Aug. 14 event with presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and contribute to his campaign — and to make matters worse, they lost of day of pay for their trouble.

In phone calls and emails to WWVA radio host David Blomquist, employees at the Century Mine in Ohio said they feared retaliation if they did not attend the Romney event.

“Yes, we were in fact told that the Romney event was mandatory and would be without pay, that the hours spent there would need to be made up my non-salaried employees outside of regular working hours, with the only other option being to take a pay cut for the equivalent time,” the employees told Blomquist. “Yes, letters have gone around with lists of names of employees who have not attended or donated to political events.” […]

“I’m not saying pay then to attend the event, I’m saying, ‘Hey look, we have to close down the mine, if you want to attend this event, that’s fine, but you’re still going to get a day’s pay for the work that you would have done,’” Blomquist pointed out. “Why not do that?”

“As a private employer, it was our decision and we made the decision not to pay the people,” the Murray chief financial officer said.

Look, a day’s pay for a coal miner is about 200 dollars.

If you complain about a measly 200 dollars, you are a loser!

Mitt knows how to treat the riff-raff.

Mitt: not that bad….for a cultist!

Published August 25, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Well, Mitt has taken off the gloves and gone after our Kenyan President!

Ok, I get it….but let’s humble ourselves ok? A moron vote counts the same as a regular vote and we need the morons along, ok? It isn’t as if we have to have these “hourly wage” employee riff-raff over for dinner dates, ok?

Let’s just play along…throw them a bone or two…then get back to our tax cuts!

(psst: be quiet about Mitt’s five paternal grandmothers, ok?)

We ARE better than You. You have a problem with that?

Published August 21, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Oh goodness….the peasants are threatening to revolt.

First, they are mercilessly hounding Mitt for his tax returns. That is just soooo unfair! Listen: Ann Romney knows how to respond to the hired help when they get sassy:

And when, oh when will the riff-raff FINALLY understand that we are, well….more important than they are? From a campaign stop:

Romney responded to the question regarding US military involvement by stating, “We are the most powerful nation in the world, and it is our responsibility to make sure we protect all of our interests both here and abroad. This helps protect each and every freedom that has been fought for and won over the centuries of our nation’s existence. We will do what we have to in regard to strengthening our allied relationships, as well as letting our enemies know we do not intend to back down. We will stay the course of freedom at all costs. That is what our founders would have wanted.”

This very rehearsed answer to a scripted question was followed by a question that the former governor was not prepared to answer, or so it seemed by his response.

The next question asked went as follows, “Governor Romney, it is true, is it not that you had four deferments from the Vietnam War… You have said before that you support war and the efforts of US military involvement overseas at all costs, yet you made sure you would never go to war yourself. What makes you think that veterans and those currently serving in the military think that you have their best interests at heart when you yourself weren’t even interested in sacrificing your time, energy, or life for your nation at a time when it seemed most crucial?”

Romney responded:

“That’s a good question, young man, and I would be happy to answer it. The Vietnam War came at a time in my life when I had other plans. I knew in my heart of hearts that I would one day serve my nation. That I would one day hold an office that would help not only our nation, but also the world. So I did what I could to make sure that I would be around to serve my nation, as well as serving God by teaching very important religious principles to a broader audience overseas. My father did not want me serving, and he convinced me that yes, I was too important to go to Vietnam. I had a greater purpose in life. I wasn’t neglecting my nation, but rather preparing myself for a future of service.”

Of course, the uncouth person with the question in a most vulgar manner; what do you expect?

(note: the libs mention that this is a satire quote and was never really said but it makes the important point: real Republicans (those making 250 K a year or more) ARE more important than the riff-raff.)

Sarah Palin can keep waiting….

Published July 16, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Oh please:

On the day that Mitt Romney formally announced his run for the presidency last year, he found himself competing with a stiff New Hampshire wind, which stood his hair on end and played havoc with his microphones. What blew in later was even more distracting: the red, white, and blue bus bearing Sarah Palin on her “One Nation” tour. Palin stole the headlines, and Romney’s buzz, that day (“Coincidence,” she said), and beyond. Through much of the summer, she hovered at the edge of the Republican primary campaign as a shadow candidate, once predicting that she could not only beat Romney, but President Obama, too, before finally declaring herself out of the race last fall.

But Palin continued to vex Romney’s candidacy, questioning his conservatism, encouraging the non-Romneys still in the race, and publicly cheering for the prospect of an open convention. Even after Romney clinched the race in late spring, Palin remained pointedly hesitant about the presumed Republican nominee. She has not yet extended to Romney her full endorsement, and, while she speaks animatedly of the urgency of defeating President Obama in November, her support for Romney derives from the fact that Romney meets Palin’s threshold qualification—as “anybody but Obama.”

Ok, anyone but Obama is good:

But…

Mitt still hasn’t invited Sarah to the GOP’s nomination assembly in Tampa, and the Tea Party is livid. Peter J. Boyer on how the snub could sabotage Romney’s tenuous ties to the grassroots—and why Palin is keeping the week open, just in case.

Sarah: you can just keep waiting. Real Republicans don’t want to have to update their immunizations if people like you are welcomed! Now run along. Shoo.