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Old 07-25-2015, 09:06 AM
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Mel they know that if they keep giving out free stuff to the poor they will continue to vote democrat.
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Sure, the count on the stupid American public to just follow them with their hands out wanting more while they vote democrat. I don't want much from the government. However, having served in the military, of course I want my check, and my disability as well. I work for them again, so I will want the little I've earned and of course my 401K. I also want my Social Security, which some call an entitlement, which is the money I've put in for whole adult life of working my tail off and traveling all over the world serving this great country.
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Hmmm social security... Well a girlfriend told me sumptin I didn't know, nor did my beloved Government let me know..
I can file on my wife's SS at 60 as a widower..
The request went in last month, I have an appointment next month, figure I'll be 70 and applying for my SS before anything happens.
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EEEEK,
Great freaking timing...
http://www.nationalreview.com/articl...t-baby-boomers
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Don't get me started MKPA. My blood pressure is stating to rise.
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Remember the guy who boosted all his 120 employees salaries to 70K minimum a year in Seattle?
Wondering how socialism is working out for him?
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/08/01...?intcmp=hplnws
It ain't, he has to rent out his own house, "he's fallen on hard times".
Way to go Karl Marx, another sucker taken for a ride.
You figure after a century of failures.....
But noooo...
P.T. Barnum was right
There's a sucker born every minute....
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Old 08-01-2015, 11:20 PM
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He might qualify for a government bailout from obama.
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Yeah, I saw that story as well. Poor guy, I wonder how many of his employees have offered to help him out?
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A fool and his money are soon parted!
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Hmmm social security... Well a girlfriend told me sumptin I didn't know, nor did my beloved Government let me know..
I can file on my wife's SS at 60 as a widower..
The request went in last month, I have an appointment next month, figure I'll be 70 and applying for my SS before anything happens.
But

I'm an optimist.
Holy poo....it went quickly and painlessly.. I can't believe I'm actually gonna be drawing on social security... I feel sumptins missing though,



Aha!

Gotta pick up a cane...
Lol
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