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post #1 of 10
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John McCain, Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama were walking down a Washington D.C. street when they came upon a homeless man.

John McCain gave the man his business card and told him to come to his office for a job. He then took $20.00 out of his pocket and gave to the man.

Hilary was very impressed, so when they came upon another homeless person, she decided to help. She walked over to him and gave him directions
to the welfare office. She, then, reached into John McCain's pocket and took out
$20.00. She kept $15.00 for her administrative fees and gave the homless man $5.00.

When they came upon, yet, another homeless person, Barak told him to,
"have hope...change is coming..." and gave him nothing.


I agree with John McCain. Generational welfare doesn't work, even though it is great for buying the votes of the poor, it keeps them down.
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
John McCain, Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama were walking down a Washington D.C. street when they came upon a homeless man.

John McCain gave the man his business card and told him to come to his office for a job. He then took $20.00 out of his pocket and gave to the man.

Hilary was very impressed, so when they came upon another homeless person, she decided to help. She walked over to him and gave him directions
to the welfare office. She, then, reached into John McCain's pocket and took out
$20.00. She kept $15.00 for her administrative fees and gave the homless man $5.00.

When they came upon, yet, another homeless person, Barak told him to,
"have hope...change is coming..." and gave him nothing.

A week later the homeless man went to John McCains office only to be turned away without a job as McCains line of credit was overextended and the banks were calling in the loans. There was no money to pay workers and layoffs were ensuing. All programs were being cut as there just was no more money to be had.

He went to the welfare office got temporary relief as Hillary used the administrative fees to pay down some of her debt and to invest in long term useful projects like alternative fuel instead of war.

Barack Obama went out and found some people that could advise him wisely and actually listened to their counsel and started paying down the debt and investing in lolong term useful projects like alternative fuel instead of war.
post #3 of 10
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Originally Posted by ckblv View Post
John McCain, Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama were walking down a Washington D.C. street when they came upon a homeless man.

John McCain gave the man his business card and told him to come to his office for a job. He then took $20.00 out of his pocket and gave to the man.

Hilary was very impressed, so when they came upon another homeless person, she decided to help. She walked over to him and gave him directions
to the welfare office. She, then, reached into John McCain's pocket and took out
$20.00. She kept $15.00 for her administrative fees and gave the homless man $5.00.

When they came upon, yet, another homeless person, Barak told him to,
"have hope...change is coming..." and gave him nothing.


I agree with John McCain. Generational welfare doesn't work, even though it is great for buying the votes of the poor, it keeps them down.

Sounds about right!
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Originally Posted by peachytoday View Post
A week later the homeless man went to John McCains office only to be turned away without a job as McCains line of credit was overextended and the banks were calling in the loans. There was no money to pay workers and layoffs were ensuing. All programs were being cut as there just was no more money to be had.

He went to the welfare office got temporary relief as Hillary used the administrative fees to pay down some of her debt and to invest in long term useful projects like alternative fuel instead of war.

Barack Obama went out and found some people that could advise him wisely and actually listened to their counsel and started paying down the debt and investing in lolong term useful projects like alternative fuel instead of war.
touche!
post #5 of 10
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Originally Posted by peachytoday View Post
A week later the homeless man went to John McCains office only to be turned away without a job as McCains line of credit was overextended and the banks were calling in the loans. There was no money to pay workers and layoffs were ensuing. All programs were being cut as there just was no more money to be had.

He went to the welfare office got temporary relief as Hillary used the administrative fees to pay down some of her debt and to invest in long term useful projects like alternative fuel instead of war.

Barack Obama went out and found some people that could advise him wisely and actually listened to their counsel and started paying down the debt and investing in lolong term useful projects like alternative fuel instead of war.



Pretty much.
post #6 of 10
Thread Starter 
Due to higher taxes on small business's
post #7 of 10
Ha ha .... you guys crack me up!! I needed a good laugh, and thanks to the first two posts, which are a great example of witty point/counterpoint, I
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by coaster View Post
Ha ha .... you guys crack me up!! I needed a good laugh, and thanks to the first two posts, which are a great example of witty point/counterpoint, I
i was impressed by both, as well!
post #9 of 10
That is a good laugh because it could go either way. I don't have much faith in any of them at this point.
post #10 of 10
That was a good laugh.
I like that we can disagree and still laugh. Good one guys.
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