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Posted on Mon Dec 08, 2008 3:55 am  

My point exactly. I have days that I can barely move and have to take a sick day. Usually I get my rear end up and go to work. I don't know these people just irritate the crap out of me. Freeloaders.
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Posted on Mon Dec 08, 2008 7:55 pm  

Thats y opinion. Up until the accident about ayear ago I worked two jobs 8 months out of the year and 1 twelve months..now I can't and I can't get any financial help either. This is why you see more and more people like ourselves getting further in debt. There are no quick easy grants or checks for us..even in hard times. I get sick to my stomach wondering if the $600 I scraped up for fuel will be enough well others are getting $1100 grants and do not think they will need it all. I don't see why they can n ot put a little more effort into finding people that really qualify and give up the high income dismissals.
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Posted on Wed Dec 10, 2008 6:58 am  

I know what you mean, FIREYONE. When 'low-income' people need help, where is it? I'll tell ya where is 'it'? 'It's' sitting with those who are 'deemed' to be MORE (?) successful ( like the Donald Trumps). I guess, 'we' are the 'little people'. THAT'S what peeves me off!
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Posted on Fri Dec 19, 2008 3:42 pm  

There was a write up in the ppaper about the stimulus program so I thought I would update this post. The second economic stimulus is going to be for the nation to get back oin its feet. The moeny will go towards Health care, energy programs, Education, Food Stamp programs, Unemployment benefits and tax cuts for middle and low income families. There will be no increase so far for wealthy Americans. They are trying to draw up a final stimulus program as we speak because Mr. Obama wants to get it into the system with in days of his taking offices.
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Posted on Sat Dec 20, 2008 2:16 pm  

This 'economy' sure can use some help...that's for sure!!LOL I know there is 'alot on his shoulders' right now...our new Prez, I mean. I just hope he can straighten things out. I guess he has to 'clean up the mess' that Prez Bush made..ya know.
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Posted on Sat Dec 20, 2008 2:48 pm  

I will agree with you there. This nation has fallen into some serious debt and we need to start cutting out the things that are not important and getting these debts paid, especially the ones to other countries. If they would have started pulling extra vehicles off the road before and cutting out jobs in the government that was not needed or over occupied all along we probaly would not be so far in debt.
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Posted on Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:43 am  

With SOO many prices going up on itmes (groceries, etc.) I feel like 'we the people' are paying to bail the Government out. If things were 'tight' before, they are 'tighter' now.
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Posted on Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:01 am  

in drug and alcohol dependency programs, they say that it takes a "rock bottom" scenario to break you out of the habit, and make you admit that there's a problem.....

Financially, this country is about to go through rehab!
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Posted on Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:13 am  

Well the big wigs will never hit that rock bottom as long as the government feels free to just take our tax dollars and bail out the mortgage industry and now the auto industry.

I do like that fact that they are laying down some rules on the money, like stockholders don't get paid until the money is paid back. Well what about some of the bigger CEO's.

I think that they are just prolonging the inevitable, they will be good for a few months and then they will be right back there begging for more. I can not see how they can compete with the other companies, like toyota, they are self contained, turning profit and financing their own loans to potential buyers.

I think the big three needs a hell of alot more than a government bail out, they need a corporate make over. It will take sacrifices that many are not willing to make for it to make it.
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Posted on Mon Dec 22, 2008 12:15 am  

I will agree with everyone on this note too. You doi not see big bailouts on people who have aquired too much debt because of these big companies laying them off. We will continue to feed the big CEO's but in the end it will be the workers who have to take the paycut or give up a job they have worked for years.
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Posted on Mon Dec 22, 2008 4:20 am  

If they are going to do I would hope that they do it soon, many families could really use it for heating it is getting mighty cold here.
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Posted on Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:01 pm  

I do not think you would see the help come our way. I believe just getting them to take a look ar the credit card and banking indusrty was a long shot but finally they did. I am hoping to see more of these chyanges coming with the new president on board in the coming year. I just have a hard time swollowing that we did not try to bailout some of the people losing their homes but we did all those big indusrties.
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Posted on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:29 am  

I don't think the everyday consumer will see any cash in hand on the second stimulus, I think it is just for business. Would be nice I could use it right about now.
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Posted on Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:59 pm  

I have heard nothing about any cash in hand. Its more like each state has so much money to put where it is needed. Yes it would be nice right now but thereas not much of a chance of that happening. If it does I hope it isn't distributed to people wiht no income or that are already recieving state benefits like food stamps and such. Actually speaking of food stamps I believe they already used some of the money to increase the monthly allowment due to rising food prices. So I guess some has already recieved part of the second stimulus.
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Posted on Wed Dec 31, 2008 4:18 am  

I am not hearing anything at all lately. Mostly what has been on the news has been about the mortgage and car industry and how they need money to bail them out. So, nothing new to report but if I do hear anything I will be sure to come here and let you guys know, please do the same.

Should be soon, Obama takes office here soon right????
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